Data protection at a glance
In this data protection policy, you receive information on how we process your data and which of your data is collected, when you visit our website. Personal data are all data by which you can be personally identified.
Responsible for your personal data
JSB Partners LP is responsible for the personal data of affected persons:
JSB Partners LP
465 Waverley Oaks Rd.
Waltham, MA 02452
How we use your information
We use your information to administer services and to improve the website.
Our main use of your information is to respond to requests for information from you, to ensure the efficient operation of the site, and to provide you with information that may be of interest to you or your business. We provide this information to you through the site, by e-mail or by postal mail. If you have opted into receiving communications from JSB Partners, we may provide you with marketing information we think would be of interest. You may opt out of receiving such marketing communications at any time.
We only use personal data that you provide us with. Where you have provided us with your personal information to receive newsletters or other marketing communications, we will store that information until you notify us that you no longer wish to receive these communications, or we determine that the information is no longer accurate.
The standards that protect your data
We may, for the above purposes, transfer your information to any office of JSB Partners. JSB Partner's offices are located in the United States of America, Germany and Switzerland.
For the processing of your data JSB Partners will at all times ensure a data protection level equivalent to the one in the European Economic Area, namely the one provided by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). JSB Partners will implement appropriate safeguards within the meaning of Art. 46 GDPR, such as standard data protection clauses, if the recipient is not located in a country considered to be ensuring an adequate level of protection within the meaning of Art. 45 GDPR.
Under certain circumstances, your personal data also enjoy the protection of the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (FDPL).
Under the GDPR, the processing activities described in this document are based on consent (Art. 6(1)(a) GDPR and legitimate interest (Art. 6(1)f) GDPR), specifically our interest in promoting our services and customizing our website.
The data that is registered when you visit our website
Server Log Files
As with any connection to a web server, our web hosting provider's server logs and stores certain technical data. This data includes the IP address and operating system of your device, the data, the access time, the type of browser and the browser request including the origin of the request (referrer). This is necessary for technical reasons to make our website available to you. Our web hosting provider is obliged to protect this data with technical and organizational measures against unauthorized access and not to pass it on to third parties. As far as personal data is processed, this is only done to offer you the best possible user experience and to guarantee the security and stability of the systems.
Cookies are small data packets that are stored on a website visitor's browser and are usually used to track their movements and actions on a website. The only cookies used on our website are those used by Google Analytics. (See hereunder).
Duration of processing of personal data
We process personal data for the duration necessary for the respective purpose or purposes. In case of longer-term storage obligations to which we are subject, we limit the processing accordingly (for example to the mere archiving of your personal data).
Disclosure of your data to third parties
Your rights in connection with your personal data
In particular, you have the right to access your data, the right to correction of the data, the right to deletion and the right to object to data processing. You can assert your rights at any time by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conflicting legal obligations to keep records are reserved.
Changes to our policies
In February 2019.