Our website address is: https://shop.9tactical.com. The 9Tactical (the “Company”) is a manufacturer of concealed carry bags and special equipment for: police, military, security forces, and civilian gun owners. We are the Company, Inc. a Ukrainian company doing business as 9Tactical, operating out of the United States of America, and with our registered office at 9Tactical, Magnitogorska str, building 1, corpus 39, 02094 Kyiv, UKRAINE. We operate the website and affiliated sites such as (“Website”), and other 9Tactical pages on social media platforms (such as Facebook, Twitter, and the like).
GDPR. The European General Data Protection Regulation.
9Tactical guarantees greater transparency and protection of your personal data in accordance with the European regulation on the protection of personal data (GDPR), applicable as of May 25, 2018.
INFORMATION WE COLLECT. What, why and for how long is your personal data being processed?
In order to enter into and maintain agreements with our customers, the Company processes personal data related to customers or representatives of customers. Personal data may also be processed on the basis of customers’ consent. Certain personal data can also be processed on the basis of legal obligations of the Company, for example personal information on invoices on account of accounting obligations.
The Company processes personal data relating to customers, such as name, phone number, IP-address, e-mail address, personal identity number and historical data regarding purchases and payment. The Company may also process name and personal identity number for guarantors related to the customer agreements. Further, the Company may process personal data related to potential customers, such as name, phone number, IP-address and e-mail address.
The primary recipients of the personal data are persons at the Company’s sales department which are relevant to the customer’s agreement, the financial department, the marketing department, managers and administrators of the agreement. Helpdesk and technicians may also receive the data.
In cases where there is an existing customer agreement, the Company only processes personal data which is of relevance for the customer relationship and that is required in order to fulfil the agreement. Personal data such as names, e-mail addresses and phone numbers of customers is processed in order to administrate the customer agreement and to keep a dialogue with the customer. Personal data such as personal identity number or driver’s license is only processed if it is necessary in order to administrate invoicing, credit worthiness and similar activities. Personal data may also be processed for the purpose of sending offers and adverts of interest to the customer. However, customers have the right to, at any moment, object to the processing of their personal data for the purpose of direct marketing.
The Company does not store personal data longer than necessary in relation to the purpose for which the data was processed. Therefore, the Company performs screenings of stored personal data on a regular basis and removes data which is no longer necessary. The Company may need to store personal data for a period of time even after the customer relationship has been terminated, if such storage is necessary in order to administrate possible warranties and limitation periods of complaints, handle possible legal claims against the Company or in order to promote services and send offers which the Company believes may be of interest to our former customers. Exceptionally, personal data may therefore be stored during some time after the termination of the customer relationship or until the person being subject of the data has objected to direct marketing. It may also be necessary for the Company to store personal data generally, in order to fulfil legal obligations regarding accounting, for example. If such obligations are at hand the personal data may be stored for up to seven years.
HOW DO WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
When the Company collects, processes and stores personal data, it shall be conducted in a legal, correct and open manner and in accordance with the purpose of the processing and only to the extent deemed necessary by the Company. The Company shall continuously process personal data in a manner aiming at avoiding a violation of the data subject’s personal integrity. In every case of processing personal data the Company is strictly ensuring that the personal data is protected by appropriate safety measures.
The Company may, from time to time, be required to submit information to a relevant third party (including but not limited to situations where the Company has a legal obligation to do so). To ensure that your personal data is processed in a safe manner in every such situation, the Company regularly drafts agreements (such as data processor agreements) with every third party processing personal data on behalf of the Company. Such agreements always state the subject of the processing, the duration, kind and purpose of the processing, the type of personal data and categories of data subjects and the Company’s obligations and rights as data controller. Further, the Company always provides the data processor with documented instructions which the data processor is obliged to follow.
WHAT RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE AS A DATA SUBJECT?
As data subject you have a right to turn to the Company, as data controller, and request access to the personal data related to you and processed by the Company. You also have the right to request information about the personal data, such as the purpose of the processing and the recipients of the data. As data controller, the Company shall provide you as data subject with a copy regarding the processed personal data, free of charge. If you request further copies, the Company may charge an administration fee.
As data subject you also have the right to, without undue delay, have your personal data rectified or, under certain circumstances, limited or deleted. If you believe that the Company is processing personal data regarding you which is inaccurate or incomplete, you may request to have them rectified or completed. Further, you have the right to have your personal data deleted if, among other, the data no longer is necessary or if the processing is based on consent which has been withdrawn. If you request to have your personal data rectified, deleted or limited in process, the Company as data processor shall regularly, if possible with reasonable effort, notify every recipient of the personal data of your request.
As data subject you have the right to, at any moment, object to the processing of your personal data if the legal basis of the processing is public interest or a balance of interests in accordance with article 6.1 (e) and (f) in the General Data Protection Regulation. You also have the right to, at any moment, object to the process of your personal data if the data is processed for the purpose of direct marketing.
As data subject you have the right to receive the personal data that you have provided the Company with and transmit this data to another controller (data portability), provided that such portability is technically possible and that the legal basis for processing data is consent or that the processing has been necessary for the fulfilment of an agreement.
If the processing of personal data is based on consent, as data subject you have the right to, at any time, withdraw your consent. Such withdrawal does not affect the legality of the processing of data before the consent was withdrawn.
As data subject you also have the right to not be subject to decisions based on automated decision making alone, including profiling, and which may lead to legal consequences for you. This right does not apply if such processing is necessary in order for the Company to enter into or fulfil an agreement with you, if such processing is allowed according to applicable legislation, or if the legal basis for such processing is your consent.
THE RIGHT TO FILE A COMPLAINT TO THE UKRAINIAN DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY?
As data subject you have the right to file a complaint to the Ukrainian Data Protection Authority. Contact information to the Ukrainian Data Protection Authority can be found at the authority’s website.
CONTACT INFORMATION TO THE COMPANY’S DATA PROTECTION OFFICER.
The Data Protection Officer (DPO) is an expert in the protection of personal data, whose task is to provide consultancy services regarding privacy to companies, and to verify that personal data are treated in a lawful and relevant manner. The Company (9Tactical) has appointed its own DPO, that you can contact by sending an email to st**@9t*******.com
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