In Switzerland, FDPIC warned in its comments that contractual guarantees such as the SSC or the BBC would not prevent foreign authorities from accessing personal data in cases of foreign law to the contrary. FDPIC indicated that, in many cases, CSC or similar contractual agreements would therefore not be generic to the contractual guarantee requirements of the federal Data Protection Act. Electronic communications operators can only store traffic data to the extent necessary to market electronic communications services or to provide value-added services. Prior express consent is required and consent may be revoked at any time. 6.2.2 To keep you in our database as a business contact; Despite this, the TRS may disclose personal data for legal reasons; for example, law enforcement agencies for the prosecution and detection of illegal activities or tax authorities. Processing officials take appropriate technical and organizational measures and take appropriate levels of security to protect personal data from total or partial accidental or unlawful destruction, accidental loss, total or partial change, unauthorized disclosure or unauthorized access (especially where processing involves the transfer of data through a network) and from any other form of illicit processing. These measures ensure a level of security commensurnable to the risks associated with the processing and the nature of the data to be protected in relation to the facilities and the costs of implementing companies. Specific security measures are taken for certain types of data and purposes of a personal nature (including sensitive data, recording of phone calls and video surveillance). Please note that the transfer of personal data to a recipient, third party or subcontractor is subject to specific legal conditions and requirements. Your personal data will not be transmitted, transmitted or sold to third parties outside of SRT, unless you have expressly consented to it. (a) The right to information on the collection and use of personal data;b) The right to access the personal data we have about you (see section 5); c) The right to rectification if the personal data we hold about you is inaccurate or incomplete (please contact us through the details of Section 10) ;d) The Right to Be Forgotten – i.e.
The right to ask us to delete the personal data we have stored about you; e) the right to restrict (i.e. to prevent) the right to data portability (get a copy of your personal data for reuse with another service or organization); (g) the right to contradict us by using your personal data for specific purposes; eth) automated decision-making and profiling rights. As a general rule, companies must obtain the prior express consent of the individuals concerned and inform the ODA in advance that personal data is legally collected and processed. However, the consent of the person concerned is not required in certain circumstances under the law. 6.1 When we collect personal data, it is needed safely and securely, and not for longer than necessary, given why it was collected first. We will do our best to meet our commitments and protect your rights at all times under the DPA and/or the RGPD. In addition, the FDPIC followed the ECJ ruling and concluded that the application of alternative data transfer mechanisms, such as standard contractual clauses (“SCCs”) or mandatory business rules commonly used in Switzerland, requires companies to carry out a risk assessment and, if necessary, to take additional security measures (including technical measures that could effectively prevent the authorities of the recipient country. B to access transmitted data, such as encryption), when the risk assessment indicates that the data to be