3. Why do we want to process your personal data?

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3.1. Logflow must comply with legal obligations

We are legally obliged to process your personal data in some cases. These are the most important ones:

• tax law

• commercial law

• warranty and warranty rights

• there is a possibility that we are obliged to provide personal data to authorities or other third parties. For example if this is necessary for a legal obligation or for the performance of a task of public interest.

3.2. Logflow must be able to execute its contract with you

As a customer you call on our services or buy our products. In order to guarantee the correct execution of our agreement, we must process and manage these contracts for the purpose of administration, accounting and operations.

3.3. Logflow must be able to function as a company in Direct Marketing and communication.

As a commercial company, we have a number of legitimate interests that form the basis for the processing of personal data. We also ensure a good balance between your right to privacy and the legitimate interests of Logflow. If you still have objections to the processing on this basis, you can submit an objection to these processing.

Logflow wants to continue communicating with you, as an existing customer or active prospect, through direct marketing. This can be done on your specific request or we can suspect that you are interested in our new products/services. Since we strive to provide you with a better service, better products and to communicate this to you, we process your personal data for direct marketing under the legitimate interest of our company. This information can be sent to you in various ways, namely by e-mail, by mail, by telephone and at events. We choose the most suitable channel so that we disturb you as little as possible. If you do not wish to receive our commercial communication, please let us know. You can do this for all our communications or for one of the different channels.

3.4. Logflow does not sell your personal data

We do not sell, rent or pass on your personal data to third parties for their own use.

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