Cyclomedia and privacy
Privacy statement for job applicants
In this privacy statement, Cyclomedia Technology B.V. (hereinafter 'Cyclomedia') describes how the company secures your personal data, that is, the data you provide us with during the recruiting process or data we receive from third parties (recruitment agencies).
We respect the privacy of job applicants. We will ensure that the personal information you provide us with is treated confidentially and in accordance with the requirements in the General Data Protection Regulation. By submitting your application, you give your consent to Cyclomedia to process your personal data and record it in our database. We will treat your personal data confidentially, and will only use it for the job application process with Cyclomedia. We will not transfer your data to third parties, unless we are legally required to do so.
Cyclomedia retains personal data of job applicants during and after the recruitment process. After the recruitment process, the data will be retained for a maximum of one year. After this, the personal data will be erased from Cyclomedia's system. On your request, we will erase your personal data before that time.
By submitting the job application data you agree with this privacy statement.
This privacy statement will be updated regularly to comply with amendments in the privacy law. We therefore reserve the right to amend this privacy statement.
If you have any questions regarding this privacy statement, you can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. For all other questions about the selection and recruitment process, we refer to the website.
GeoCycloramas™ are not real time
Cyclomedia's Cycloramas only reflect the environment as it is on the day the pictures are taken. Cyclomedia does not make video recordings and the images gathered are not real-time.
Data Protection Officer
Cyclomedia Technology B.V. has appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO)to supervise the adoption and compliance with the GDPR. The DPO can be contacted via the contact details on our website.
Questions about privacy?
Do you have any privacy-related question about our photographic activities from public roads? If so, please consult our frequently asked questions about privacy (see below) or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Frequently asked questions about privacy
- It is possible that photographs have been taken on my private grounds, and I do not want these images to be included in your database. What can I do to have these images removed?
We are only allowed to make recordings from the public road. Recordings that were inadvertently made on private grounds will be removed from our database. You can send your request by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- What can I do when I suspect I am visible in an image and I do not agree to this?
In photographs that are currently being recorded by Cyclomedia, faces are made unrecognizable (‘blurred’). If you have any further requests, you can send your request by e-mail to email@example.com.
- What can I do if I believe an image contains inappropriate content?
When you believe that an image has inappropriate content, you can send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with additional information.
- Why does Cyclomedia take photographs?
Cyclomedia takes photographs from the public road in order to map the environment and to - under stringent conditions - make these photographs available to our business clients, in particular authorities and companies. These parties use the photographs, for instance, for purposes of inspection, management and assessment of objects (such as houses, traffic signs, lampposts, trees etc.) in public spaces. The images are employed by users as visual support for the implementation of legislation, maintaining public order and security, the development of building plans, the preparation of work in public spaces, and other purposes.
- What is recorded by Cyclomedia's cameras?
Cyclomedia uses recording vehicles to take photographs from public roads, so what is visible from the public road is recorded in images. These recordings are processed by Cyclomedia and stored in a database. The images gathered are not real-time and Cyclomedia does not make video recordings.
- How often does Cyclomedia take photographs?
Cyclomedia updates its database of images regularly, in the Netherlands once a year. In other countries where Cyclomedia operates, recording frequency may differ.
- Where can I view photographs made by Cyclomedia?
Cyclomedia's images database is not public, but is made available - under stringent conditions - to authorities and corporate customers. However, if you are involved as a data subject, for instance as the owner of a house, you can request for inspection. You can send your request by e-mail to email@example.com.