Website Disclaimer (Privacy Statement)
Our Privacy Statement is published separately and can be found here
The non Comsure articles posted on the Comsure website are found on none subscription/paid internet sites and are deemed important and relevant to a Comsure audience (regulated financial services and professional firms). On this basis and for the purposes of commentary Comsure is reposting these articles.
Comsure does not wish to take any credit for the publication and the publication can be read in full in its original form if you click the articles link that will always be published. Also, Comsure does not seek any payment for highlighting these important articles.
Further Comsure will not reproduce and link any material that has been published for a payment / subscription and / or payment to the author and or publisher. If you want any article removed Comsure will do so automatically if you email email@example.com
Comsure Newsfeed – Use of Publicly Available Data within Our news Services
Many professionals and third parties rely on the use of publicly available information to carry out research (e.g., on case law) or to satisfy their compliance obligations (e.g., to carry out anti-money-laundering checks). To assist them, Comsure makes available information obtained from publicly available sources like public websites, open regulatory databases (and similar pages), open government databases or other data in the public domain.
In utilising publicly available information Comsure take privacy seriously and puts in place measures designed to ensure it processes personal information in a proportionate way and compliance with data protection laws.
The measures in place include:-
Non-Sensitive Personal Information – Where Comsure processes non-sensitive personal information within the Comsure Newsfeed, it is because it is in our or a third parties’ legitimate interests to do so.
Sensitive Personal Information – In the limited circumstances where we process sensitive personal information, we usually do so where:
1. necessary because of obligations found in legislation such financial services, employment, social security and social protection.
2. personal information has been manifestly made public by the person to whom it relates
3. necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims or whenever courts are acting in their judicial capacity
4. processing is necessary for reasons of substantial public interest, by applicable law
Also, Comsure put in place appropriate measures to protect your information where it is transferred internationally, to secure it and to ensure it is retained only for a reasonable period.
If you would like to make further enquiries about how personal information is used within the Comsure Newsfeed, please contact the Comsure Privacy Team.
COMSURE’S Data Protection & Marketing/communication Policy
1. Comsure understands and recognises that the new Data Protection (Jersey) 2018 Law has come into effect.
2. Comsure takes its responsibilities under the Law seriously and will use its best endeavours to ensure that it complies with the Law.
3. Comsure does not and will not either purchase or sell any data for any purpose.
4. In the event of any data subject requiring Comsure to disclose what data it holds on the data subject, this information shall be provided as soon as is reasonably possible without charge (see paragraph 7 below).
5. Comsure shall not hold any personal data which has no relevance to its marketed services.
6. When Comsure communicates (for example by email) with clients (and other interested parties) Comsure will compile a list of organisations and their appointed representatives to whom it may reasonably be expected to be of interest to their employer.
7. Except where permission has expressly been given, we hold no data on the recipients of emails except their name, corporate title, place of work, and corporate email address.
8. In sending out emails, Comsure shall take every precaution to ensure that the details of each recipient are not disclosed to any of the other recipients.
9. Recipients of any communication (for example email) who do not wish us to contact them again should write to the the company or email: firstname.lastname@example.org and add into the subject line the word ‘Remove’. Your action or otherwise under this paragraph shall not affect your statutory rights.
For more information, visit: https://oicjersey.org/guidance/