Handling of Personal Data
The European Union’s new Data Protection Regulation, General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR, which entered into affect on 25 May 2018, entails stricter requirements for the handling of personal data. The regulation sets requirements for new routines and processes in regards to secure handling of registers as well as requirements for a responsible level of management. The new data protection regulation applies to all organisations and industries that store or in some way handle personal and sensitive information about their employees or customers.
JR Hunting collects and stores your data only with your consent. When you sign up for our newsletter, we save your email address and your name for this purpose only. But you can unsubscribe from our newsletter at any time and also request that we delete the information we have saved. You also have the right to inquire about what information we have saved about you. After a certain period of inactivity or when your information can be assumed to have become obsolete, it will be deleted from our system.
When you book with us for one of our hunting events abroad, we provide a copy of your passport and a copy of your firearms license to our outfitters. In most cases this is necessary to be able to apply for firearms and hunting licenses in each country respectively as well as temporary import permits for firearms to these countries. However, this information is not stored with us after the hunting event has been completed, and must be re-submitted if you choose to book with us again.
JR Hunting does not buy personal data and we do not exchange personal data with others in the industry.
If you have any questions about this, please contact us at INFO@JRHUNTING.COM