How is personal data processed by BEPI LTD?
BEPI LTD processes personal data in one or more of the cases mentioned below:

1) for signing and executing the agreement;
2) requested by the law;
3) for pursuing legitimate (lawful) interests;
4) consent has been obtained from the customer.

BEPI LTD processes data only for specific purposes and the data are not stored for longer than necessary. BEPI LTD maintains the data, which is necessary for providing the services selected by the customer and BEPI LTD is able to deliver it to the customer.
Our Data processing Policy
The Personal data processing Policy provides information on the processing and protection of personal data of BEPI LTD customers, employees and other individuals. In addition to the description of the Policy, more detailed information on the processing of personal data can be included in your service agreements, other documents related to services and on the website.
Access to this data
BEPI LTD may share customer data only in the cases:
1) If the data are required by a public/supervisory authority;
2) If that is necessary for providing the relevant service by authorized data receivers.

The data receivers authorized by BEPI LTD, i.e., the companies that process the data on behalf of BEPI LTD. BEPI LTD shall take the necessary measures to ensure that the authorized data receivers carry out the customer data processing according to the guidance received from BEPI LTD, comply with the required security and confidentiality requirements, as well as act in accordance with the legal requirements.
***Data protection law in the UK after Brexit 2020***
The changes to UK law after Exit Day –

The EU’s GDPR has been amended into a new “UK-GDPR” (United Kingdom General Data Protection
Regulation) that took effect on January 31, 2020.
The Data Protection Act 2018 has been amended to be read in conjunction with the new UK-GDPR instead of the EU GDPR.
The European GDPR will apply to the UK in the transition period lasting from January 31, 2020 until December 31, 2020 (unless further extensions are agreed upon between the UK and EU).
It is likely that the UK government will move to consolidate the two amended laws (UK-GDPR and Data Protection Act 2018) into one, comprehensive piece of data protection law at a later point.
All the main principles, obligations and rights remain in place.

If you have any questions about data processing at BEPI LTD,
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