This notice is provided in connection with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/697 ("GDPR") and the Data Protection, Privacy and Electronic Communications (Amendments etc) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 ("UK Privacy Law") and only applies to individuals who can enforce the relevant law.
The controller for this personal data is "Juksta" who is:
We are collecting the personal data that is required by this website and that you are including in our web form at this time for the primary purpose of dealing with the enquiry or request that you are submitting. We collect and process this information on the lawful basis of our legitimate interest in responding to your enquiry or dealing with your request.
Where you also provide us with your consent to provide you with newsletters, information about our products and services and those of our trusted third parties, we collect and process this personal data under the lawful basis of you providing your consent and we may use your personal data for this purpose as well. This includes direct marketing to you. We will not provide your personal data to any third party for them to provide direct marketing to you on their own behalf.
Juksta will process your personal data in Ireland, and/or may authorise other Juksta group companies, and their contractors, to process your personal data in Australia, any EU countries and/or the United States.
Where your personal data is transferred to:
we will use our best efforts to ensure that it is transferred and processed in accordance with legal requirements, and use contractors who have represented to us that they comply with required privacy law, and/or are bound by approved Model Clauses of clauses that reflect Article 30 of GDPR or UK Privacy Law (as applicable).
The primary third party processors for Juksta Pty Ltd are:
We keep the personal data that you give to us through this Contact Us webpage or where you give us your consent to provide you with newsletters, information about our products and services and those of our trusted third parties, whilst we have an on-going relationship with you, for a reasonable period afterwards (but not longer than 3 years for this reason) and for any additional period that we are required to do so under the law of the jurisdiction in which the personal data is kept. After this period, that personal data will be automatically and permanently destroyed.
Data Protection Commission
21 Fitzwilliam Square South
Information Commissioner's Office