The European Public Real Estate Association (“EPRA”), established in The Netherlands and now based in Brussels, is the administrator of the website http://www.epra.com (the “Website”). The purpose of this policy is to explain how EPRA collects and processes personal data. EPRA is committed to ensuring that any personal data supplied by its registered users or members, or that are otherwise collected through the Website, are collected and processed in a fair and lawful manner. What types of personal data does EPRA collect? EPRA only collects and processes personal data of its registered users and members. The data collected and processed may include: individual contact name, job title, postal address, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address.
For what purposes does EPRA collect personal data?
EPRA uses the personal data for administrative purposes and to provide its services to its registered users and members. These services may include contacting the companies that are listed on the EPRA/NAREIT Global Real Estate Index and sending them the EPRA Monthly Statistical Bulletin, other monthly research reports and Press Releases.
To whom does EPRA disclose personal data?
How does EPRA protect the personal data it holds?
EPRA has implemented appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect personal data against unlawful processing.
Rights of registered users and members
Registered users and members have the right to request EPRA to inform them as to whether EPRA processes personal data relating to them. EPRA will provide the registered users and members with the requested information within 4 weeks after such request. Furthermore, registered users and members can request EPRA to delete, rectify and block personal data that EPRA holds on them. They can also access and rectify their data themselves by logging in to their account. Registered users or members can at any time request EPRA to stop sending them the EPRA Monthly Statistical Bulletin, other monthly research reports and Press Releases.
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