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We at everyone.org are fully committed to compliance with the GDPR.
What personal data we collect
Why and how we use personal data
Who we share personal data with
The choices about accessing, updating and removing personal data
If you do not agree, please leave our site and do not access or use our service.
In order to achieve compliance, the following steps were taken:
Research areas of impact by GDPR
Appointment of a data protection officer
Rewrite of our data protection policy
Ensure with partners who need data in order to process our customer’s orders that this is in GDPR compliance
Performance of the necessary changes to our internal processes and procedures (Update SOP’s, installing security technologies and access controls)
Communication of the changes
Purpose of this guide
This guide contains the policies and procedures put in place by everyone.org to protect the personal information of individuals on whom everyone.org maintains systems of records. All everyone.org systems of records from which information is retrieved by name or a personal identifier are covered.
Personal information is maintained in systems of records (SORs). A system of records is a file, database, or program from which personal information is retrieved by name or another personal identifier. Personally Identifiable Information (PII) are reviewed periodically to ensure they are relevant, necessary, accurate, up-to-date, and covered by the appropriate legal or regulatory authority. We use the Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) as a tool to ensure that privacy issues and protections are addressed within information technology systems that contain any PII.
Definition of terms
The terms in this part are defined to ensure consistency and common understanding when used in a Privacy Act context:
Record means any item, collection, or grouping of information about an individual which contains the individual's name or other personal identifier. The information may relate to education, financial transactions or medical conditions collected in connection with an individual's interaction with everyone.org.
System of records means a group of records under everyone.org's control from which information is retrieved by the name of an individual, or by any number, symbol, or other identifier assigned to that individual.
Routine use means disclosure of a record for the purpose for which it is intended.
Request for access means a request by an individual to obtain or review his or her record or the information in the record.
Disclosure of information means providing a record or the information in a record to someone other than the individual of record.
Information technology (IT) system (also known as electronic information system) means the equipment and software used in the automatic acquisition, storage, manipulation, management, movement, control, display, switching, interchange, transmission, or reception of data or information.
Information in identifiable form means data within an IT system or online collection that permits the identity of an individual to whom the information applies to be reasonably inferred; information that identifies the individual by name or other unique identifier or by which an individual is identified in conjunction with other data elements such as gender, race, birth date, geographic indicator, and similar personal information. Information permitting the physical or online contacting of a specific individual is considered information in identifiable form.
Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) means the process for evaluating privacy issues in an electronic information system, including examining the risks and effects of collecting, maintaining, and disseminating information in identifiable form, and identifying and evaluating protections and alternative processes to mitigate the impact to privacy of collecting such information. The process consists of gathering data on privacy issues from a project, identifying and resolving privacy risks, and obtaining approval from agency privacy and security officials. Completion of the PIA process results in the PIA Report.
System Manager is the technically appointed employee dealing with any processing of any data.
What personal data do we collect?
We ask you for certain personal data to provide you with the products or services you request. For example, when you contact our consumer services, request to receive communications, prices or any information, create an account, use our website, or enter into a contract with us.
This personal data includes your:
contact details - including name, email, telephone number, shipping and billing address
personal details - including gender, hometown, date of birth and purchase history
personal details about the patient (in case purchaser and patient are not the same person)
personal information about the treating physician
payment or credit card information
images as screens of prescriptions, official approval documents and other attachments that are necessary to make a purchase of medicines with us
data on patient history.
Device IDs, call state, network access, storage information and battery information
Cookies, IP addresses, referrer headers, data identifying your web browser and version, and web beacons and tags.
Why and how do we use your personal data?
We use your personal data in the following ways:
To provide our services you request
When you use our Site and Services we will use your personal data to provide the requested product and/or service. If you contact our consumer services, we will use information provided by you to inform you about a product, delivery, costs or payment information.
Please note that everyone.org only asks for and uses information that is needed to perform our services and enter into a purchase agreement. We use the personal data you provide to us to operate our business. For example, when you make a purchase, we use that information for accounting, audits and other internal functions. We may use personal data about how you use our products and services to enhance your user experience and to help us diagnose technical and service problems and administer our Site.
By getting in touch with customer services and sharing information such as your name, email address, address and further (patient) details you consent to the use of this data in order to perform our services and a possible contract. You can opt-out at any time after entering into a purchase agreement. Please do so in writing to [email protected] Please note that after you opt out we cannot perform any service nor get into a purchase agreement.
If you are an existing customer of everyone.org (for example, if you have requested our services and/or placed an order with us), we store your personal details in our files (unless you have opted-out). Please note that according to Art. 80 sub e Directive 2001/83/EC records must be kept regarding transactions in medicinal products such as date, name of product, quantity, name and address of supplier, batch number.
To protect our or others' rights, property or safety
For general research and analysis purposes
We use data about how our visitors use our Site and services to understand customer behaviour or preferences. For example, we may use information about how visitors search for and find products to better understand the best ways to organise and present our services and products.
Who we share your personal data with
TSM shares your personal data with:
Entities for the purposes and under the conditions outlined above.
Third party service providers processing personal data on TSM’s behalf, for example to process credit cards and payments, shipping and deliveries, administering medicines, host, manage and service our data, research and analysis, and features. When using third party service providers we enter into agreements that require them to implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data.
Disclosure of information
No information contained in a system of records may be disclosed to anyone other than the individual of record without the written consent of that individual, unless specifically allowed under the EU GDPR.
Collection and use of information
When soliciting personal information from an individual or a third party, the system manager must include the following information on the data collection form or other data collection instrument:
The legal or regulatory authority for collecting the information
Whether furnishing the information is voluntary or mandatory
The purpose for which the information will be used
The routine uses of the information
The effect on the individual of not providing the information
Personal information provided by individuals must be accurate and complete. System managers must ensure that the information in the system is relevant, necessary, and timely.
Standards of Conduct on Personal Information
everyone.org's employees have a duty to protect the security of personal information by:
Ensuring the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, and completeness of records
Avoiding any unauthorised disclosure, verbal or written, of records
Not collecting personal information unless authorized
Collecting only the information needed to perform an authorised function
Collecting information directly from the individual whenever possible
Maintaining and using records with care to prevent any inadvertent disclosure of information.
Physical, administrative, and technical safeguards for their systems of records must be established. The safeguards must ensure the security and confidentiality of records, protect against possible threats or hazards, and permit access only to authorised persons.
Paper records (if any) will be placed in secure locations. Electronic systems will use passwords, identity verification, detection of break-in attempts, firewalls, encryption, and/or other security measures determined to be appropriate by the responsible system and program managers.
The choices about accessing, updating and removing Personal Data
Accessing your records
You can request access in writing (email sufficient). You will be able to examine the record and get a copy of it on request. If you are requesting the information on behalf of another individual, you will be asked to provide a signed statement authorising disclosure of the record from that person, and the statement will be kept with the record.
Send your request to [email protected] with the subject “Request for Information". Include in your email:
Your full name and address
A description of the records you want
A brief description of the nature, time, and place of your association with everyone.org and any other information that you believe will help in locating the record.
How long will it take to get your record?
The record will be provided to you by the system manager within 28 working days after receipt of your request.
Routine uses and disclosures
What is a routine use? It's the sharing of information for the purpose for which it is collected.
What are everyone.org's standard routine uses? everyone.org has identified certain standard routine uses for its systems of records.
everyone.org may disclose system information as a routine use: everyone.org employees in the performance of their official duties
In any legal proceeding, where pertinent, to which everyone.org is a party before a court or administrative body
To authorised officials engaged in investigating or settling a grievance, complaint, or appeal filed by an individual who is the subject of the record.
Protection and management of your personal data
Encryption and security
We use a variety of technical and organisational security measures, including encryption and authentication tools, to maintain the safety of your personal data.
Retention of your personal data
Rights relating to your personal data
You have the right to request: (i) access to your personal data; (ii) an electronic copy of your personal data (portability); (iii) correction of your personal data if it is incomplete or inaccurate; or (iv) deletion or restriction of your personal data in certain circumstances provided by applicable law (to the extend records must not be kept by law).
If you like would to request a copy of your personal data or exercise any of your other rights, please contact the [email protected].
Cookies and Pixel Tags
everyone.org collects information, which may include personal data, from your browser when you use our Sites. We use a variety of methods, such as cookies and pixel tags to collect this information, which may include your (i) IP-address; (ii) unique cookie identifier, cookie information and information on whether your device has software to access certain features; (iii) unique device identifier and device type; (iv) domain, browser type and language, (v) operating system and system settings; (vi) country and time zone; (vii) previously visited websites; (viii) information about your interaction with our Sites such as click behaviour, purchases and indicated preferences; and (ix) access times and referring URLs.
Third parties may also collect information via Sites through cookies, third party plugins and widgets. These third parties collect data directly from your web browser and the processing of this data is subject to their own privacy policies.
Functional: These cookies are required for basic site functionality and are therefore always enabled. These include cookies that allow you to be remembered as you explore our Sites within a single session or, if you request, from session to session. They help make the shopping cart and checkout process possible as well as assist in security issues and conforming to regulations.
Performance: These cookies allow us to improve our Sites’ functionality by tracking usage. In some cases, these cookies improve the speed with which we can process your request and allow us to remember site preferences you have selected. Refusing these cookies may result in poorly-tailored recommendations and slow site performance.
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