B. Accordingly, in accordance with point 11 of these clauses, the data exporter gives the data importer a general agreement to transmit the subprocessors. This consent is conditional on the data importer complying with the requirements set out in the “Notification and Objection to New Contractors” section of the data protection authority. 2) The processor may give additional instructions to the data processor outside the processing contract, but these instructions must be documented. The parties agree not to change or amend the clauses. This does not prevent the parties from adding clauses to business matters, as long as they are necessary, provided they do not object to the clause. (i) that processing services be provided by the subcontractor in accordance with Point 11; Online replicators and backups: Production databases are designed, where possible, for you to replicate data between no less than 1 primary database and a secondary database. All databases are secure and managed by at least industrial methods. b) to refer the dispute to the courts of the Member State in which the data extract is established. The European Commission may decide that standard contractual clauses provide sufficient data protection guarantees so that data can be transferred internationally. It should be noted that the standard contractual clauses of Article 28 of the RGPD, which aim to conclude the data processing agreement, depart from the standard contractual clauses of Article 46 of the RGPD, which can be defined for those responsible for processing and data processors as appropriate guarantees for the transmission of data outside the EU.
Types of personal data. Identification and contact data (name, email, title, contact information, etc.) Work-related information (employer, employee card, professional title, department, etc.) data on the use of density products and systems used to provide and support density products; and other electronic data transmitted, stored, sent or received by density products.