The FINN - Banking of Things (BoT) product suite consists of a secure Software Development Kit (‘SDK’) for Internet of Things devices, a FINN application (‘App’) and a community website (‘Community’) provided to you by ING Bank N.V.
With FINN you can enable your own IoT devices to start doing trigger based financial transactions. FINN facilitates you to download and use the App to make your IoT projects more safe and enable autonomous financial transactions.
If you visit our website or in any other way contact FINN, we process your personal data. By “processing” we mean everything we can do with this data such as collecting, recording, storing, adjusting, organising, using, disclosing, transferring or deleting that data.
This Privacy Statement aims to explain in a simple and transparent way what personal data we gather about you and how we process it. We process your personal data to enable us to perform our services as effectively as possible. Needless to say, we treat your personal data with the utmost care and in full compliance with privacy laws and regulations.
Below, we explain what personal data are and which personal data we use for which purposes.
As FINN is a part of ING Bank N.V., please also refer to the ING Privacy Statement located at ing.com for further information about how ING processes data and your privacy rights and obligations.
Personal data refers to any information that tells us something about you and that we can link to you.
We only use your personal data for legitimate business reasons. This includes:
We may disclose personal data to third parties like regulators if required to do so by law. When we use other service providers we only share personal data that is required for a particular assignment. Service providers support us with activities like:
A cookie is a small text file that is stored by your browser on your computer. On each subsequent visit to the website, the browser searches for cookies. If the browser finds cookies, it sends the information stored by the cookie to the website. The website downloads cookies on your computer, tablet or mobile phone which are strictly necessary for the functioning of the website, such as cookies that ensure that you can retrieve information on the website quickly, and cookies that are strictly necessary to provide a service which has explicitly been requested by you, such as a cookie that remembers your cookie settings. To download cookies that are not strictly necessary, such as cookies for gathering statistical information, FINN needs your prior consent.
If you have adjusted your cookie settings so that websites are not permitted to place cookies on your computer, the FINN website may not be able to download the cookie which remembers whether or not you consented to the placing of cookies. If so, you will be asked to indicate your cookie preferences each time you visit the website. If you do not wish to be asked about your cookie preferences each time you visit the website, you need to adjust your browser’s cookie settings.
We will not use your personal data for marketing or promotional purposes.
We are only allowed to keep your personal data for as long as it’s still necessary for the purpose we initially required it. After this we look for feasible solutions, like anonymize, archiving and deleting it.
We respect your rights to determine how your personal information is used. These rights include:
Please refer to the ING Privacy Statement for a full overview of your rights and how to exercise them.
This Privacy and Cookie Statement may be modified from time to time to comply with applicable laws or to reflect our updated business practices, so please check this Privacy Statement periodically for any changes. https://www.makethingsFINN.com. The most recent version was created on 7 December 2018.
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