We take data privacy seriously and all our services are up to date to make sure that all your personal information is safe and handled correctly. At Double your data is processed in accordance with applicable personal data legislation and General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”).
Double is the controller of personal data provided by you through the website or sub-sites to doublecloud.com.
Personal data means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (called “user” or “you” below).
You can view and search for jobs and entities without having an account. An entity can be a company, organization, government, or other legal entity (“Entity”) whose purpose or goal is to get promoted through our services. If you choose to apply for a job posted by an Entity or connect with our staff, then you need to create an account and provide us with some personal information so that we can provide you with our services.
A personal profile can be both public or private. The profile is basically a summary of the user and used to provide our services to the user. The public/private status of the profile and any personal information in the profile is added and controlled by the user.
Every user that signs up gets a personal profile. The profile is by default public but the user can set the profile to non-public at any time via the account settings. Public profiles can be viewed by anyone via a personalized URL, but they are only searchable by our staff working for Double. Profiles can also be viewed by Entities that the user is Following or the user has Liked.
If you choose to connect an Entity to any of our services then that Entity will also get a public profile. Entity profiles are viewable and searchable by anyone. All jobs posted by Entities to our services are also public and viewable and searchable by anyone.
Non-public profiles can still be accessed via the user's personalized URL but will only display the user's main image and name.
Non-public profiles can only be fully accessed by the Entities that the user has applied for a job to or by staff working for Double.
Double collects information such as to which jobs the user has applied to and if the user is open for new opportunities. However this information is not public and is only available to the Entities that the user has applied for a job to or by staff working for Double.
Collection of personal data
Double only collects, processes and stores data that may be provided by the user to Double with consent to use the data. When using Double’s services, Double can collect personal data like images, name, age, gender, email address, postal address, phone number, ip-address, browser information, personal identity numbers, skills, experiences, and/or other information that the user provides to Double in order to use Double’s services.
In addition to information that the user shares with us, we look at what content the user has viewed and other patterns to determine what content the user is interested in to show the user more relevant content and information.
Data can also be collected as part of our sales and marketing efforts through online forms for contact purposes. This data could be used for prospecting, generating leads and receiving inquiries.
The purpose of collecting and processing personal data is to be able to provide Double’s services. Your personal data will be processed in accordance with applicable laws and agreements.
Use of personal data
Personal data provided to Double can be used for the following purposes: provide you our services; find the best jobs for you; offer you support; send you notifications; make internal analysis; direct marketing and similar tasks.
Transfer of personal data
Personal data can be transferred to and used by subsidiaries and subcontractors or processors in order to fully deliver Double’s services. These subsidiaries, subcontractors and processors are in turn bound by agreement to keep all personal data safe and comply with GDPR. Double can reveal personal information when required by law and to comply with legal inquiries or to prevent criminal activity.
Double will seek consent from you to process your personal data when Double deems it appropriate or is required by law. Double displays information throughout its websites and services about how personal data is collected and used so that the user can understand what the personal data is used for.
Right to information, withdrawal of consent and erase personal data
The user has the right to obtain information of the personal data processed by Double concerning the user. The user can at any time recall consent from Double to process the personal data. The user understands that recalling consent to use personal data can limit Double’s possibilities to deliver the service fully and that functionality might become limited to the user. The user can also ask Double to delete, adjust or limit personal data used about the user at any time, this has to be done in writing.
Personal data that is no longer needed or used by Double for the purposes for which it was collected will be deleted or de-identified. This is for example done when a user cancels or stops using our services which in turn leads to a cancelled account. If an account is cancelled all user data is destroyed or de-identified. This cannot be undone. To start using our services again the user must create a new account and re-enter all data needed by the service.
Double has taken appropriate measures to protect personal data throughout the whole organization as well as technical services, platforms and systems to ensure that only personal data which is necessary for each specific purpose is processed.
Cookies are used by Double for technical reasons to provide users Double’s services and to make the website experience better. Cookies are small files that are stored on the users hard drive. Cookies control login sessions and other important functionalities on our websites. They contain no personal data. The user can prevent cookies from being used at any time by changing settings in the browser. The user understands that this can cause websites and services to stop working properly.