DATA PRIVACY STATEMENT
The new European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council effective May 25, 2018 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data. GDPR sets new standards and compliance requirements for every company that holds or processes personal data.
enrollmentFUEL, LLC, a US based company, having its registered office at 306 West Franklin Street, Suite F Chapel Hill, NC 27516, USA, is committed to protecting the data of our clients and their consumers. We set high standards for the handling of any and all information we collect, and manage data in accordance with legislation and regulation, including but not limited to GDPR. enrollmentFUEL verifies it will comply with all applicable GDPR regulations as a data processor which collects and stores, for a limited time period, potential college and university applicant data for the colleges and universities we partner with. We also strive to work in conjunction with our customers, the data controllers, to help them meet their GDPR obligations.
enrollmentFUEL has three main areas of focus in complying with GDPR:
1. Building on and perfecting existing security and data management policies, processes and controls, to ensure compliance.
2. Analyzing privacy risks, and updating our systems to support GDPR compliance for enrollmentFUEL customers, and for the data we collect from their potential applicants. enrollmentFUEL is committed to protecting data from inappropriate access or use and stores only data needed to successfully fulfill the needs of our customers. enrollmentFUEL does not collect data outside of the interest of our organization or the interest of our customers’ organizations.
3. Working with our vendors who help us analyze the data we collect from authorized third-parties, our advertisements, and other marketing tools to ensure the vendor is compliant with GDPR regulations and understand privacy best practices.
It is important to stress that compliance is a shared responsibility and that enrollmentFUEL customers may also need to adapt their business processes, data management practices, and integrations. enrollmentFUEL attests that the customers of its marketing solutions remain the sole owner of the data, retaining the rights, title, and interest in the data stored from our student search campaigns and can take advantage of the features inherent in the service to meet their GDPR obligations related to deletion, rectification, transfer of, access to, and objection to processing of personal data.
As a data processor, enrollmentFUEL is undertaking assessments of the data we collect, revamping our security policies and procedures, and analyzing our contracts with data controllers and our sub-contractors. enrollmentFUEL is also reviewing our data erasure procedures and will adjust storage as necessary for each customer’s unique needs.
enrollmentFUEL is committed to protecting our customer’s data and the data they share with us. enrollmentFUEL’s Data Processing Officer Allen Archer may be reached at email@example.com or 1-919-228-8122. You may also send inquiries to:
ATTN: Allen Archer
306 West Franklin Street, Suite F
Chapel Hill, NC 27516
United States of America
Additionally, customers have a right to a copy of the data being collected and may withdraw their consent at any time provided they alert the DPO. Altering data consent may result in altered availability of statistical data relevant to a customer’s advertising campaign. Such impacts will be addressed at the time consent is withdrawn.
Last Updated 2/18/2020