Anyone can visit this website without sharing their personal information. However, if you are interested in my translation, proofreading or revising services, I may require your:
– First and last name
– Email address
– Postal address
– Telephone number (landline or mobile)
– If you are contacting me on behalf of a business or company, I’ll need the organisation’s contact information and VAT and SIRET numbers
1. Data controller
The data controller is Andrea Klatt. Address: 20 bis rue de la Chapelle, La Pommeraye, 49620 Mauges-sur-Loire, France. Phone +33 (0)2 53 20 21 05 / +33 (0)6 45 16 66 05. Email: info[at]andreaklatt.com
2. Purpose of data processing
Your personal data is processed in accordance with Article 6.1.b (contract performance) of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. Any personal data collected will be processed solely for the following purposes:
– Quote and invoice preparation
– The translation work itself
– Business development and customer care
– Following up with potential business partners
The above-mentioned data is needed to properly handle your order and prepare quotes and invoices. It must be provided before I can accept any order, but it’s optional in all other cases.
I am the sole recipient of collected data. It will never be sent unencrypted to a third party without your prior approval. I may need to back up some encrypted personal data to cloud servers located in a country outside the EU (Switzerland). The European Commission has deemed that servers in Switzerland offer an adequate level of data protection.
I will never sell your personal data.
4. How long will your data be kept?
Data collected on prospective clients will be kept for five years. Data collected on clients or colleagues for the purpose of collaboration will be kept for 10 years.
5. Data protection
In accordance with the GDPR and the French Data Protection Act (French only), you can exercise your right to access your personal data and have it corrected or deleted by contacting Andrea Klatt at the address provided in Point 1.
You also have the right to file a claim with the relevant authority.