Business Change Mentor (described below ala BCMentor) offers an individual or collaborative service
for creating, analyzing, sharing and discussing business change issues, such as business change models
(hereinafter referred to as “Content”). In addition, it makes it possible to add meaningful metadata and comments
add to content created individually or jointly.
BCMentor is committed to protecting users’ privacy and complying with all relevant laws. This
rules specifically applicable to users in the EU.
Data Collection and Usage Practices
You can choose to make your content public so that anyone can access it, too
limit it to a limited number of other BCMentor users, or keep the content private so that only you there
have access to it.
We collect personally identifiable information (“personal data”) from you when you volunteer for it
choose to provide personal information. We use the personal information we collect to
provide and improve our services. Examples of personal information we collect are
include first name, last name, address, e-mail address, telephone number, billing and credit card details and
information about your subscription.
Use of Personal Information
BCMentor uses the personal information you provide in a way that is consistent with this
use only in connection with the reason for which they were provided. When we receive your personal information
We may receive that personal information from a BCMentor customer you have registered with
to contact you on behalf of that BCMentor customer (by email or otherwise). BCMentor and
its affiliates also use your personal information and other non-personally identifiable information
information collected through the website to help us improve the content and functionality of the website
to better understand the users of our website and to improve our services.
Aggregated Personal Information
In an ongoing effort to better understand our users, we may analyze the personal data provided to the website in aggregated form. This aggregated information does not identify you personally. We may share this aggregated information with our affiliates, agents and business partners. We may also disclose aggregated user statistics to describe our services to current and potential business partners, and to other third parties for other lawful purposes.
Information Passively Collected
When you communicate with us through the website, we do not receive or store certain additional items
personally identifiable information. For example, we automatically receive and register information in our
server logs from your browser, including your IP address, browser type and language, referring / exit pages and
URLs, other browser history, platform type, number of clicks, landing pages, cookie information, the
pages you have requested and viewed, the amount of time you have spent on particular pages
and the date and time. We only use this data in aggregated form, that is, as a
statistical measure, and not in a way that could personally identify you. With this kind
aggregated data allows us to find out how often users share the website or services
so that we can make the website attractive to as many users and our services as possible
can improve. As part of this use of information, we may include aggregated information
to our partners about how our users collectively use the website. We share this kind
statistical data so that our partners also understand how often people use their services and the website
so that they too can provide you with an optimal online experience.
As an example: we use Google Analytics to collect and view this information and to connect
to do with Google Analytics advertising features. This allows us to better inform and inform relevant groups
target. Currently we have implemented:
• Remarketing with Google Analytics
• Reporting of impressions on the Google Display Network
• DoubleClick Platform Integrations
• Google Analytics reporting on demographics and interests
Information collected by Google Analytics is only merged with your personal
data if we have obtained your prior consent for this. Google Analytics offers you the
option to opt out of data collection here. It is also possible to use these
stop data collection and sending of information in your browser settings. We can provide your
share personal data with:
• Authorized Service Providers. Our authorized service providers are companies acting on our behalf
run certain services. These services may include the fulfillment of orders, the
processing credit card payments, delivering packages, providing customer service and marketing support, conducting business and sales analytics, supporting website functionality, and supporting any contests, sweepstakes, surveys or other features we offer. These service providers may have access to your personal information as necessary to perform their functions, but we do not allow them to share or use your personal information for any other purpose.
• BCMentor affiliates. We may collect information we collect, including personal information
share data with companies owned or affiliated with BCMentor. By information
sharing with our affiliates, we can provide you with information about a variety of products and services that may interest you. All BCMentor companies comply with applicable privacy and security laws and will, in any event, in any commercial email they send you, give you the option to opt-out of receiving such email messages in the future.
Protection from BCMentor and others
We may disclose Personal Information if we have a good faith belief that disclosure is necessary for our
Enforce or apply terms of service and other agreements; or for rights, property
or the safety of our company, our employees, our users or others. This includes, without
mitigation, exchanging information with other companies and organizations for the purpose of monitoring, detecting and preventing fraud.
In response to a subpoena or similar investigation request, court order or request for
cooperation of a law enforcement or other governmental agency; to establish our legal rights
or to exercise; in defense of legal claims; or as otherwise required by law. In such
In instances, we may submit or from any legal objections or rights available to us
Information Exchange and Disclosure Practices
You can indicate whether you want your content to be accessible to the public, to a specific group, to a
group of selected individuals of your choice, or whether it should be privately accessible only to you (only you
can access them with your BCMentor ID and password).
Practices related to your ability to update or delete information
You can delete individual content you have on BCMentor by deleting the content you wish to delete
and then clicking the delete button. Go to your BCMentor account information area to get your
profile, default content privacy settings, and more.
Communication with you
BCMentor communication is currently managed from your BCMentor on Marketing Preferences and –
subscriptions. Go to your BCMentor account information area to view your email notification settings
• Ownership of content. The project owner is the owner of all content created in it. As owner
of the content, he or she has the right to take any action he or she deems appropriate.
• Cooperation. All work done by the employees is owned by the project owner. The project owner has the right to add and remove members from his project at his discretion.
On May 25, 2018, a new European privacy law, the General Regulation, entered into force
Data protection (GDPR). It imposes new rules on companies, government agencies, non-
profit organizations and other organizations that offer goods and services to or provide their
collect and analyze data. The GDPR applies regardless of where the data is processed
and where the organization that processes data is physically located.
It aims to strengthen users’ rights in the face of fast technological
developments and the increasing globalization of business activities involving any kind of processing
personal data is involved.
The GDPR regulates the “processing” of personal data for EU individuals, including the collection,
store, transfer or use. The term “personal information” is very broad under new regulations as well
extends to any information relating to an identified or identifiable person (a
The GDPR also extends the concept of sensitive data (revealing personal data: racial / ethnic
descent, political / religious, etc. Views, union membership, health, sex life and
sexual orientation, genetic and biometric data).
BCMentor can assure its users that it does not process any such sensitive data. BCMentor
is committed to complying with EU data protection regulations and offers its EU users a number of important guarantees, such as the following: We will keep your data within BCMentor and our trusted third parties, except where disclosure is required by law, for example to government authorities and law enforcement agencies. Some of our trusted third parties may need to transfer personal information overseas. BCMentor is responsible for the personal data of its users and always ensures that your data remains protected and safe during transmission. BCMentor only processes your data in accordance with a legitimate purpose, i.e. to provide and improve our services. BCMentor follows your instructions regarding storage and processing of your data. Importantly, the consent you have given to receive information about a variety of products and services that BCMentor offers can be withdrawn at any time.
BCMentor users have the ‘right to be forgotten’, which means the right to require BCMentor to erase personal data about you under certain conditions, even if the personal data is no longer necessary for the original purpose of the processing or if the data subject withdraws. permission for
the processing. You now also have the right, in certain circumstances, to request the personal data that you provide
BCMentor has provided, to be received in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format.
BCMentor has and will take technical and organizational measures to protect your data
BCMentor will notify you of a security incident without undue delay after it becomes aware
of the security incident.
When using BCMentor services, you are subject to BCMentor’s terms of service.
Please consult BCMentor Customer Care if you have any questions about this service. This page describes the current
BCMentor practices related to this particular service. This information can change when
BCMentor is reviewing this service by adding or removing functions or by different ones