Statement on GDPR
GDPR Rights for Individuals in the European Union
- The right to access the personal information collected about them;
- The right to rectify the personal information collected about them;
- The right to erasure (the “right to be forgotten”);
- The right to restrict processing;
- The right to data portability; and
- The right to object to processing.
Here are some additional examples of our approach to privacy under the GDPR:
Proactive Approach. Roomchecking proactively monitors upcoming changes to privacy law in the EU so that we can be prepared to implement any new changes in the law.
Privacy by Design. Our legal and engineering teams collaborate to implement privacy practices during the design and development of our software. As a result, we are building our services in a way that will make privacy compliance simple for us, our Account Holders, and their Clients.
Vendor Management. We understand that with data privacy, you are only as strong as the weakest link. That is why we assess the data privacy posture of all of our vendors, with enhanced scrutiny applied to those that process personal data.
Trust and Accessibility. We understand the need to offer choice and transparency around the collection and processing of personal data. That is why we have a dedicated privacy team ready to respond to any data privacy questions or requests. You can contact our privacy team at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transparency and Evolution. We collaborate internally and externally, with our legal and data privacy counsel, and our Account Holders as part of an iterative process to develop and implement workable privacy practices and solutions.