ECCT Privacy Notice and Policy
The European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan (“ECCT”) collects, processes, and uses personal data, particularly data voluntarily submitted by you or in connection to your membership with the ECCT (“Data”). Your Data is collected,
processed, and used in accordance with Taiwan’s Personal Information Protection Act.
1.1 Personal Data
As part of your membership, we will require that you provide your name, email address, and other information and we may also collect other personal information during the course of your membership, all necessary to help us provide our membership services to
you. Uses of your Data for such services include but are not limited to marketing our events and services, publishing Euroview, our Membership Directory, the ECCT website, and on the ECCT social media accounts, improving our services, and informing you about
new ECCT or third party services, upcoming offers, and events. You acknowledge that your Data may be used by us or third-parties performing services for us, so as to provide you with these and other membership services as well as for the overall operation
of the ECCT. Third-parties may include a subcontractor, professional or other service provider, another affiliated Chamber, or a member.
We will use some of your Data submitted as part of the Membership Application Form in the online and print versions of our Membership Directory. This Data includes your name, photo, title, company, company address, telephone number, fax number, and email address.
1.2 Protecting Your Privacy
The ECCT will not sell or lease your Data. It will only be provided to a third-party so as to facilitate the provision of membership services or services to the ECCT. It will not otherwise be shared without your prior written consent, except to comply with
the order of any court of law or governmental department acting within its jurisdiction or powers, or to otherwise comply with the laws of Taiwan.
Data may be transferred by the ECCT to such a third-party overseas provided that, in any such case, either there are laws in force in that country or such companies/parties are bound by contractual terms, which are substantially similar to, or serve the same
purposes as, Taiwanese laws governing the protection of your Data.
1.3 Your Rights
You have statutory rights under Article 3 of Taiwan’s Personal Information Protection Act that cannot be waived in advance, limited by agreement, or limited by this Policy. These rights include the right to: i. Inquire and request a review of your Data; ii.
Request copies of your Data; iii. Request a supplement or correction to your Data; iv. Request the cessation of the collection, processing or use of your data; and v. Request the deletion of your Data.
You are entitled to exercise your statutory rights at any time. You may do so by addressing a written request to the ECCT by email (firstname.lastname@example.org
, and therefore you should review it regularly. We will of course notify you of any changes where we are required to do so.