The provision of your personal data to Booking.com is voluntary. However, we may only be able to provide you with certain services if we can only collect some personal data. For example, we cannot change your travel booking if we do not list your name and contact details. If you would like more information about the categories of sources from which we receive personal data, the specific types of personal data we collect or the purposes for which we collect it, please read the sections of our privacy statement entitled “What type of personal data Booking.com collected?” and “Why Booking.com do you collect your personal data?” Another way to obtain data about you is through the communication services integrated into our platforms. These communication services allow you to contact the tour operator with whom you have booked to discuss your stay. In some cases, we receive metadata about these communication activities (for example. B who you are, where you called from and the date and duration of the call). Please note that we sometimes have to pass on the tour operator`s instructions to parties related to the tour operator to conclude and manage your booking. These parties may include other companies in a hotel group or service providers that process the data on behalf of the tour operator. f) it intends to appoint subcontractors in order to help it fulfil its obligations under this CCA, to delegate all or part of the transformation activities to these subcontractors from bookingFor online`s list of subcontractors (currently available from subcontractors) with a view to the acceptance of this contract, as in agreement with the customer to such subcontracting; d) Any complaint or request (in particular, for example, requests for access, rectification or blocking of the customer`s personal data obtained directly from the customer`s data subjects. BookingFor will respond to such a request without the prior written permission of the customer. All companies in the Booking Holdings Inc. group may need to exchange personal data about their customers in order to ensure that all users are protected from fraudulent activity on their online platforms.
If we process your personal data on the basis of a legitimate interest or a public interest, you have the right to object at any time to this use of your personal data, subject to applicable law. We may share portions of your personal data with third parties who, under California law, may be treated as a “sale” of information. This may include information relating to identifiers, business information, geolocation data, internet activities and interference, as described above. We may also share your personal data listed above under A-I for “commercial” purposes.B. to service providers who help us secure our services, for payment purposes, customer messaging services, distribution of marketing messages or advertising. . . .