GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)

Freedom is affected by the Personal Data Act, and at the new entry into force of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) May 25, 2018, the protection for consumers, employees and others whose personal data is processed is expanded. Freedom therefore wants to inform the persons concerned about how we in general deal with your personal data.
We collect and / or process information about employees, former employees, job seekers, customers, website users, shareholders and the like that are affected by the business. Every time personal data is collected or processed, Freedom strives to meet its statutory requirements, for example by keeping data minimalistic, meaningful and necessary.

Freedom retransmits personal data to third parties if this is part of the contractual relationship itself, for example, it can happen when customers have decided to invest in a property.

When Freedom uses suppliers of IT services to run its business, for example for employees and its wages, the personal data processing is regulated through a data processing agreement in which rules are set for the scope of the treatment, purposes. In this way, a chain of responsibility is kept intact.

A private person has a statutory right to, under certain circumstances, have his or her data deleted, modified or transferred. A person who wants to exercise their rights is welcome to submit a request, which will be answered as soon as possible, or in the worst case within 1 month.

Freedom strives to always adhere to the principles of data processing by:

1. Avoid redundant collection of personal data by asking employees whether the personal data is necessary or “good to have”.

2. Use the personal data for what they were originally intended to be used for.

3. Delete personal information that is no longer necessary for legal, accounting, tax or business reasons.

4. Use a time limit as a standard to delete superfluous personal data when the law and the business do not require continued processing.

5. Keep personal information accurate and up to date.

6. Avoid gathering sensitive information about people if not absolutely necessary.


** Google Analytics **
Data: Cookies and usage data

**Facebook Pixel**
Data: Cookies and usage data

** Contact Form **
Data: Postal address, first name, last name, telephone number, other information

** Cookies **
Data: A type of data stored in the user’s device