Our terms and conditions are available at www.taskenator.com
We understand that you are sensitive about your personal data and how it is handled. Your privacy is important to us, too. It is our duty to protect your personal data while on this website. This policy statement will explain how we handle your information to ensure that it is safe. All applicable laws and regulations are in full effect to safeguard your personal information.
Your personal data is managed by our Data Controller; the person that is legally responsible for your Data. The Data Controller is under our obligation and acts according to the current data protection laws, where applicable.See ‘Your Rights’ below.
We collect data from the details you provide online. This data is collected and processed according to UK legislation.
By providing us with your data, you confirm that you are over 18 years of age.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) states that there must be a lawful reason for collecting and storing people personal information. Therefore, this policy statement represents our intention to ensure that your data is kept and administered according to the UK data protection law. How we collect and process your data will depend on the type of data and the intention for which it was collected, as stipulated by law. The reasons why we will collect your personal information are:
At times, your personal data is needed for us to serve you better. If you fail to provide us with the requested information we may not be able to assist you.
In some instances, we may have a legal right to request your personal data, either to protect you or your vital interest or that of another person.
If we ask for your consent to obtain your personal data, you have the right to refuse. If you have agreed for us to process your personal data, you have the right to withdraw at any time. When we ask for your personal data for our legitimate interest, this will not affect your fundamental rights. See ‘Your Rights’ below.
You agree that all information, blogs, photographs, and other material that you post on the Website belong to you exclusively and that you assign to us full copyright of the content.
To provide your details to customers you must fill in the contact form on our website. Your name, email and top 3 tasker skills will be needed to complete this form. Your contact information will be processed according to general company enquiries.
Copies of your emails will be kept on our servers. In accordance with this privacy statement, we will also retain your personal information for legitimate reasons pertaining to our business interest.
Sometimes, we may require third party information about you. This is applicable when necessary to provide our services to users and as permitted by law.
To engage with users, we link them to our Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram pages. We only keep data about our followers. Data that will identify you as a specific user are destroyed. The Privacy Policies on these channels have the information on how they handle your personal data. Please refer to their websites for more information.
Here are the links:
You may receive, by email, general communications from us if: -
a. both parties are in a contractual relationship
b. we have a legitimate business interest
We will email marketing materials to you if: -
a. we have an ongoing customer relationship
b. you authorise us to do so
We use your personal details to keep you up-to-date about our products and services. We act in the capacity of Data Controller, so your sensitive information is protected in accordance with the requirements of GDPR. We are fully responsible for the safekeeping and storing of your private information.
We will use your personal data upon your consent to:
You agree that you will use this website at your own risk. Therefore, personal data that you provide to us is provided at your own discretion.
In certain circumstances, where legal proceedings are in effect or if we must defend our legal rights, your data may be disclosed to third parties, if required by law.
Subcontractors and Data Processors who are employed by Taskenator may have access to your data. Accumulated or anonymized data may also be shared.
Our Data Processors will abide by our rules pertaining to your data and perform their duties in accordance with the data protection laws and regulations governing the management of personal data. We have signed a contractual agreement with our Data Processors that have access to your personal information as required by GDPR.
If other Data Controllers have access to your information and wish to process your information as a Joint Data Controller, we will inform you.
Where there is need to resolve or investigate a dispute between tasker and customers, your personal information may be disclosed to third parties. Your personal data will only be accessed on a “need-to-know” basis. All personnel who are responsible to provide a dispute resolution will act according to our rules and regulations to protect confidentiality. A contractual agreement will be enforced between us and our dispute resolution providers to make sure that they abide by their obligations in relation to data protection and data subjects’ rights.
With your consent, we will send you direct marketing emails about our products and services.
You are under no obligation to give consent, and you can withdraw your consent at any time. To withdraw your consent, send us an email at email@example.com
Your information is stored in accordance with our Data Retention Policy. Our Data Retention Policy expresses our desire to provide services to you as contracted and as such, required to meet legal, statutory and regulatory obligations. Regular review will be done on our need to hold data, and outdated data will be disposed of.
While using our website it is your duty to be cautious about clicking external website links. For example, clicking on banners, images, or clickable text that will open in different links outside of our website.
We are not responsible, neither can we verify the authenticity of external websites. Clicking on external websites will be done at your own risk; Taskenator and its owners will not be held responsible for any damages caused by your own negligence.
The information you provided when making payments through our third-party providers are not stored on our server.
Your personal information may be stored and processed on our servers located in the US, or in any other place where we engage service providers that comply with the data protection rules and regulations.
When sharing information, countries outside of the EEA that provide protection for EEA data may have access to or may process your data. Third parties that have approved data safekeeping systems i.e. by entering the European Commission’s Standard Contractual Clauses, or by ensuring the entity complies with the EU-US Privacy Shield, may also have access to your data.
The appropriate data protection law will be applied to data transfers.
All unlawful data activities will be reported as required by the GDPR within 3 days (72hrs). Data breaches that are considered as “high risk” will be communicated through an appropriate channel to all data subjects. All breaches of data will be reported to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
Taskenator will respect your (Data Subjects) rights and will maintain these rights as regulated by data protection laws.
We cannot deprive you of your data. You have the right to your data and the right to ask questions about the following:
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) gives individuals, known as ‘data subjects’, the right to access personal data that is held by organisations by a subject access request (SAR).
Your request will be attended to within one month, as stipulated by law after we have received the relevant information needed to process your requests.
A subject access request can be made by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
You have the right to request an adjustment or to change any information you have submitted to us without undue delay. We cannot prevent you from doing so.
You have the right, without providing a reason, to unsubscribed or request that your information is deleted. Your request will be granted without delay and within the 30-day limit required by UK data protection.
Your right to erasure is not absolute and can be overridden depending on the rights of other parties.
We will also consider the needs of Taskenator to retain records for lawful purposes. If we have a legal reason(s) to continue processing data that you have requested to delete, we will promptly communicate the reason(s) to you when we respond.
You have the right to rectify or restrict the processing of your personal data in the following circumstances: - inaccurate data - unlawful processing of data - data is required to exercise legal rights or defend legal claims - data is unlawful but there may be lawful grounds for processing, which override this right.
You (Data subjects) have the right to move your data to your preferred service providers.
You (Data subjects) have the right to object to the processing of your data at any time, based on your situation. This includes objecting to profiling unless it is in the ‘public interest’ or exercised lawfully by an official authority. We will only process data where we can demonstrate lawful grounds for doing so.
Right to be Informed About Data Automated Processing
You have the right to receive details about the existence of automated decision making and profiling of your personal data.
We do not use any automated processing that results in a relevant automated decision based on a data subject’s personal information.
Your consent is the legal basis on which we can process your personal data, therefore it is your right to withdraw your consent at any time. Withdrawal of your consent will not affect the lawfulness of processing before the withdrawal.
If you wish to invoke any of these rights, contact our Data Controller by email at email@example.com
Cookies are small text files that are saved to your computer when you access certain websites. These text files are used to provide website owners with information about you. Cookies are also used to make websites work more efficiently and to provide you with a personalised experience when browsing. Session cookies are temporary cookies that also collect your information and will stay in your browser while you are visiting a website. Once you leave the website session cookies are permanently deleted.
Cookies can be disabled at any time from your device by changing the settings in the options menu on your browser. You can change your browser settings to block, reject, or alert you if a website tries to put a cookie on your device. Cookies can also be deleted. However, if you block or delete our website cookies parts of the site may not function properly.
There are two types of cookies, persistent cookies, and session cookies
1. Persistent cookies are cookies that remain in your browser for a specific time that is set by the cookie. These cookies are activated every time you visit the website.
2. Session cookies are temporary cookies that are stored in your browser subfolder. They are used to validate your access to different parts of the website during a browser session. Once the browser session ends, session cookies are deleted.
Cookies are used for different purposes as outlined below.
To get a full understanding of how users use our website we use Google Analytics tracking software to monitor our visitors’ performance. See above table. Cookies from the software will be saved to your computer’s hard drive to monitor your engagement and for tracking purposes but your personal information will not be stored, collected or saved.
You will also find information at www.ec.europa.eu/ipg/basics/legal/cookies/index_en.html and http://www.allaboutcookies.org
For enquiries about personal data or if you need more information on how we use your data please contact the Data Controller by emailing Taskenator LTD at firstname.lastname@example.org
To lodge a complaint about the usage of your personal data, please contact our Data Controller by email at email@example.com
You can also make a formal complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office, the UK body that governs Data Protection. See www.ico.org.uk