Fowe Eco Solutions Ltd. (the “Company”) will act as the data controller in relation to all processing of personal information collected either through the registration form of this website
On May 25, 2018, the European Union (“EU”)’s new General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”) entered into force and has direct effect in the EU.
Similar data protection Laws apply in Monaco and other countries.
The Company gives great importance to personal information; when storing and transmitting data, the Company’s aim is to ensure a high level of data protection and data security. This is the reason why the Company considers that it is its duty to comply with the laws and regulations which govern the collection and processing of personal information.
The Company is committed to ensure that the privacy of individuals is protected.
By accessing and using the website and/or providing the information as detailed in the Form, you confirm that (a) you have read and fully understood the Policy, (b) you agree on the collection, the use of your own and others personal information in accordance with the Policy and (c) you have authority to provide the Company with all information submitted by you via the website, including but not limited to the personal information of third parties.
Your information is collected in the Form; and by providing information as required in accordance with the Form.
The Company collects information by which you, your company’s shareholders and/or ultimate, beneficial owners may be personally identified, specifically, we collect your e-mail, your full name, your company name, (the “personal information”).
The Company uses your personal information to send or e-mail you according to your choices: information about the Company and/or its activities and/or operations, in particular with regards to the employment of a certain technology in the marine, refinery or energy industry as well as in order to set out possible cooperation and contractual relationships.
- Disclosure and transfer:
The Company does not share with, or transfer to any third parties, your personal information except as provided herein.
- Law enforcement
Under certain circumstances, the Company may be required to disclose your personal information if required to do so by law or in response to valid requests by public authorities (e.g. a court or a government agency).Other legal requirements
The Company may disclose your personal information in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to:
– Comply with a legal obligation
– Protect and defend the rights or property of the Company
– Prevent or investigate possible wrongdoing in connection with the Service
– Protect the personal safety of Users of the Service or the public
– Protect against legal liability
- Data retention:
the Company uses a tracking technology for session authentication or settings storage where applicable (the “Cookies”). The cookies are data sent from the web server to your browser, where they are stored for later recovery.Cookie collection may be disabled in your browser preferences. You may also configure it in such a way as to inform you of the recording of a cookie. The cookie storage occurs only in case you expressly agree to it. Your browser allows the Company’s website to access only the cookies they have installed, not those installed by other website.
- Data Security:
We do our best to protect your personal information. We are committed to ensure that your personal information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.
6. Your Rights:
Under the applicable Laws and the GDPR, individuals who have their personal information collected by the Company (the “Data Subjects”) have certain rights, including:
- To be informed about the collection and use of their personal information
- To request from the Company access to their personal information, or to restrict processing of their personal information, and to receive their personal information or have it transmitted to another data controller
- In addition to the possibility of using direct access to data to make modifications directly, data subjects also have the right to request that the Company corrects their personal information on their behalf, in case such data is processed incompletely or inaccurately, provided that any modification pertaining to certain fields, (for example, bank details), requires the completion of an approval process.
- To request deletion or destruction of their personal information
- To restrict processing of their personal information where applicable under the GDPR; and
- To lodge a complaint with a relevant supervisory authority
In addition, you may have certain additional rights under local data protection laws. the Company is committed to complying with all local data protection laws and will promptly respond to your requests in connection with the rights you may have in accordance such laws.
Data Subjects may contact the Company by email at: email@example.com at any time.
The Company may revise the Policy at any time by amending this web page. You are expected to check this web page from time to time to take notice of any changes the Company makes. The Policy is published on the Company’s website and is kept up to date.Policy version: 22 June 2022