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European Plastics (EUP) collects, stores and uses information about employees, customers, suppliers, contractors and others that they have contacted in the course of their business operations. 
 The law also stipulates specific sanctions (civil, administrative, criminal) applied to cases of violating personal information in the network environment depending on the seriousness and consequences of the violations. . The legal documents are referred to as follows:

– Civil Code No. 33/2005 / QH11 of June 14, 2005 (Articles 31, 38);

– Electronic Transaction Law No. 51/2005 / QH11 of November 29, 2005 (Clause 2, Article 46);

– Law on Information Technology No. 67/2006 / QH11 dated June 29, 2006 (Articles 17, 21, 22);

– Law amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Penal Code No. 100/2015 / QH13 of June 20, 2017 (Article 226);

– Law on Consumer Protection No. 59/2010 / QH12 dated November 17, 2010 (Article 6);

– Law on Network Information Security 2015 (Articles 16, 17, 18, 19, 20);

– Decree No. 63/2007 / ND-CP of April 10, 2007, on sanctioning of administrative violations in the field of information technology;

– Decree No. 64/2007 / ND-CP dated 10/4/2007 of the Government on the application of information technology in operations of state agencies (Clause 5, Article 3, Article 5);

– Decree No. 90/2008 / ND-CP dated August 13, 2008 of the Government on combating spam;

– Circular No. 09/2008 / TT-BCT dated July 21, 2008 of the Ministry of Industry and Trade guiding the Decree on e-commerce on information provision and contract conclusion on e-commerce websites;

– Circular No. 25/2010 / TT-BTTTT dated November 15, 2010 of the Minister of Information and Communications providing for the collection, use, sharing, safety and protection of personal information on websites or web portals of state agencies (Articles 8, 9, 12, 13).

This has been done in an effort to balance the privacy of individuals with the reasonable requirements of an organization. The Civil Code governs the collection, use and disclosure of personal information collected through commercial activities and sets out 10 principles to follow in protecting this personal information (as passed in law). . When the same legislation already exists in any province, this policy is designed to comply with the same law as long as it is considered acceptable in the Civil Code view.
The EUP believes that it is important not only to comply with the Civil Code and other provincial laws that are accepted by the Civil Code, but also to apply these principles to personal information about its employees.
Caution: There is no security and complete confidentiality on the Internet. The EUP recommends that the Internet is not a means of security and privacy cannot be absolutely guaranteed.

This policy applies to all EUP full-time and part-time employees, whether permanent or temporary in employment, as well as any other individuals, including third parties, who have may have access to the personal information they own.

EUP is committed to maintaining the accuracy, confidentiality, confidentiality and privacy of personal information owned by them and disclosed to third parties, even if such personal information is about employees. , customers, suppliers or anyone else) with whom it’s doing business.
EUP similarly expects all employees to adhere to the privacy principles set forth in this policy and to cooperate to meet EUP’s privacy obligations. Employees may not collect, disclose or use personal information without consent or against any part of this policy.

Personal information includes any actual or subjective information, recorded or not, identified or can be manipulated to identify an individual. This includes information in any form such as a person’s personal email address, credit card number, home address, identification number (e.g. SIN, driver’s license, employee number), age or date. births, as well as health (for example, medical records), finance (e.g. wages, credit information) and performance information (e.g. comments and forms in employee records) , etc. It usually does not include the information normally found on business cards, such as name, title, company, business address, business e email address, business phone number or fax number. Usually, it also does not include personal information that an individual collects, uses or discloses about another individual entirely for personal, non-commercial purposes.
Commercial activity is a specific transaction, action or behavior (or a normal process) “of a commercial character”, in particular including the sale, exchange or rental of sponsors, members or other fundraising listings. That is the nature of the activity, not the nature of the organization.


EUP is committed to ensuring that the following principles are accepted:
Responsibilities: EUP is responsible for personal information in care, custody and / or control.


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