Collection, Use and Transfer of Your Information
You can visit most of the Dean & Company site without disclosing your personally-identifiable information (“personal data”). However, you may choose to provide us with your personal data, for example when you contact us, register for seminars, activities and programs available on our website or when you request information or services. You also may decide to provide us voluntarily with personal data of a third person, such as your spouse, colleague or friend. In such case, we assume that you have an unrestricted permission of such person to provide her personal data to Dean & Company. Dean & Company may use suppliers to collect, process, store, use, analyze and/or transfer the data on its behalf. In such case, it is Dean & Company practice to require that these suppliers handle the personal data they process or transfer in a manner consistent with Dean & Company’s policies. By submitting the personal data to us, you acknowledge and agree with your data being processed and/or transferred on Dean & Company’s behalf by its suppliers. Dean & Company will handle the information we learn from you from your visit to our website in the following manner:
If you submit personal data when visiting a Dean & Company website:
If you are a client, or are part of a client organization, or are a subcontractor:
Personal data you provide to Dean & Company including personal data of a third party, such as your spouse, colleague and friend may be collected, stored, used and transferred as necessary for Dean & Company to carry out business or seek potential business in the future with your company. If you provide us with personal data, whether in the form of an e-mail, business card, orally during business meeting or otherwise, we assume that you have granted us a permission to collect, store, use and transfer such information with no limitations even in and to countries where the level of data protection may not be commensurate with the high standard of protection adopted by certain countries, such as the standard suggested by the EU Data Protection Directive. We also assume that you have unrestricted permission from the third party for the transfer of its personal data.