Obligation to provide information
In principle, everybody is aware of the fact that SEBECO
is processing data about them. We inform you about the processing each time we ask
for your data. If SEBECO conducts a survey
for example, we inform you about who we are and why the data will be processed. We will also point
out that you have the right to look in and to ask us to change your data. If our operation is
entered into the public register, we will inform you about it. If we do not get our data from you
directly, we will check whether you were informed about the fact that this information would be
passed on to us. If not, we will personally inform you about our processing. However, we are not
obliged to inform you if we only process identification data – name and coordinates – with whom we
have social or professional relations.
If you ask for it in writing, we will inform you whether we have information of you at our disposal
and if it is the case, what kind of data it concerns. We will pass on these data within 45 days after
the receipt of your request. In our reply we will also inform you about your right to ask for free
adaptation. We are not obliged to comply with a second, similar request within a period of 12 months
after the date of your first request.
You may also suggest free adaptations. We will immediately correct inaccuracies in our information.
Opinions or appreciations cannot be disputed, unless they are based on incorrect information. You may
ask us to remove data that are not relevant as far as the objective of the operation is concerned or
data that have been preserved too long. Within one month of thorough investigation, we will inform you
about the adaptations made. We will also inform any person to whom we may have given incorrect information.