The European data protection General Regulation (AVG) gives stakeholders a number of rights which we of course.

The AVG:

  1. Puts more responsibilities in the organisation that processes personal data ("controller").
  2. Protects and strengthens the rights of the individuals whose personal data are processed (data subjects).
  3. Gives the supervisory authority, the authority personal data, more powers, including the power to high penalties.


Processing in charge: the organization that the aim and the means of the processing of personal data. In this context, this global CMTC-OVM organization in Netherlands.

Processor: a third party that processes personal data on behalf of the controller. Examples are: the editor of the newsletter, the company that the members and financial records and the company where our website is ' hosted '. But also the volunteer who gets a members to organize an activity file.

Personal data: any data about an identified or identifiable natural person. For example, name, address, telephone number, email address, or IP address.

Person concerned: the identified or identifiable natural person, for example the members, patients, but also donors or volunteers.

Data on health: personal data relating to the physical or mental health of an individual. Health records are sensitive personal data. To the processing of these sets the AVG more stringent requirements.

Data subjects ' rights

The rights of people who log on to us (eg. as a member, donor and receive news letter) are as follows:

  1. The right to information on and access to the processing of the data of the person concerned.
  2. The right to correction or restriction of the personal data.
  3. The right to be forgotten (' oblivion '); the person concerned has the right to ask us to delete his/her personal data (including the removed any other organizations to which we disclosed it).
  4. The right to dataportabiliteit; data subjects can ask us to receive their personal data in a standard format and/or forward to a new organization.
  5. The right to object to profiling and automated decision making.

When a person concerned is of the opinion that we do not cope well with personal data than the data subject may file a complaint with us by sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

In case the data subject considers that we are/not correctly handle her complaint than the data subject may lodge a complaint with the Authority personal data on how our organization with personal data. The personal data Authority is obliged to this complaint.