With reference to the Privacy Policy of Infonet Solutions NZ Ltd. (Mod.P02 Rev. 0 of 20/11/2017), here is the update to the NEW EU Regulation Information 2016/679 – GDPR.

  1. Who is the data controller?
    Infonet Solutions NZ Limited
    Unit 7, 343 Church Street, Penrose, Auckland 1061, New Zealand
  2. What are the contact details of the Data Protection Officer?
    Infonet Solutions NZ Limited has appointed the Head of Protection of personal data which can be reached via email at
  3. What data are processed?
    Only data supplied directly by the interested party are processed.
  4. What is the purpose of this data processing?
    The data are collected in order to comply with the maintenance service of the computer system offered and the implementation of legal obligations, contractual obligations, accounting, banking, insurance obligations, financial, credit protection. Data processing can be either manual and computerized.
  5. On what basis are the data processed?
    The provision of personal data is mandatory to stipulate and execute the service contract as well as for the preparation of the same, its billing cycle and the related commercial offers. The refusal to supply data for these purposes determines the impossibility of stipulating a service contract.
  6. To whom are the data communicated?
    The data will be acquired within the Infonet Solutions NZ Limited and can be shared with Sales, Management, Procurement, Administration and Support offices as they are the subjects responsible and in charge of the data processing.
  7. How long will the data be stored?
    The data due to legal obligations will be kept in accordance with the rules for which they have been collected. Data collected for any other purposes other than legal obligations, will be retained for the entire duration of the existing contract and up to 36 months after the termination of the contract. However, the interested party has the right to request their deletion.
  8. What are the rights of the interested party?
    The interested party can exercise the following rights:
    Right of access, Right to cancel, Right to limit the processing, Right to move data, Right to object to the processing, Right to propose a claim to the Guarantor for protection of personal data.