Article Dec. 9, 2019
Article Dec. 9, 2019
Article Dec. 9, 2019
This General Privacy Statement is effective from January 1, 2020.
Last updated on December 9, 2019.
The protection of your personal data is important to us.
Your privacy is important to us and we want you to understand our practices with respect to the gathering and handling of your personal data.
This Privacy Statement describes how we Process the personal data which we receive from you:
ExxonMobil provides additional privacy notices for specific uses of certain personal data. For example, we provide additional notices to visitors to our facilities, to our suppliers, to job applicants, to users of specific mobile Apps, and to participants of our loyalty card programs. The relevant ExxonMobil affiliates will Process the personal data in accordance with the privacy notices they provide for such specific uses. When these notices apply to you, we recommend that you read them carefully. You can find links to relevant notices and more information about ExxonMobil’s privacy program here.
In this Privacy Statement, we use certain defined terms. In order to understand the meaning of the defined terms, we refer you to Section 13, Defined Terms.
This Privacy Statement is addressed to the suppliers (including their subcontractors) and their representatives, whose Personal Data is collected by the Data Controller(s) listed in Section 2 below.
Information from Children
ExxonMobil does not seek through the Site to gather personal data from or about minors (as this term is defined by applicable law), nor does ExxonMobil sell the personal information of minors without affirmative authorization.
The ExxonMobil affiliate which operates the Site pertaining to its business activities is the Data Controller of the personal data collected through the Site. If you have a contractual or other business relationship with an ExxonMobil affiliate, such affiliate is the Data Controller of the personal data that it collects from you in the context of that relationship.
In case you have questions, please contact the email@example.com.
The ExxonMobil affiliate(s) acting as the Data Controller of the personal data, may transfer all or some of the personal data to ExxonMobil affiliates worldwide which may be located in third countries that are not regarded as providing an adequate level of protection to the personal data. The transfers take place in accordance with Section 7 below.
ExxonMobil is committed to collecting and using personal data in a lawful manner.
ExxonMobil will ensure that, when it Processes personal data, the Processing is allowed under applicable data protection law. In the EEA, UK and Switzerland, this means that in particular ExxonMobil shall assess whether and which justification (legal basis) it has for the Processing of personal data, as stipulated in the EU General Data Protection Regulation and applicable law. Justification for processing can, depending on the situation, include:
For more information on particular data processing activities, the purposes of this processing, and a description of the specific personal data, please review the table in Section 4.
Individuals may object to the Processing of their personal data and we will consider such objections carefully where required by law. For more information about your rights with respect to how we process your personal data, please refer to Section 9 and/or contact the ExxonMobil Data Privacy Office via firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this table we describe the categories of information that we gather via the Site and in connection with our business relationship with you. We also describe the purpose and legal basis, where applicable, for using and processing the information.
When ExxonMobil relies on its legitimate interest as a legal basis to Process personal data, ExxonMobil will ensure that these interests do not disproportionately and adversely impact an individual’s rights and freedoms.
When ExxonMobil relies on an individual’s consent as a legal basis to Process personal data, individuals can withdraw their consent at any time. Visitors wishing to withdraw their consent should notify us at email@example.com and we will stop the Processing of your personal data as soon as reasonably possible.
|Categories of Personal Data||Business Purpose of Processing of personal data||Legal basis, where applicable, of Processing||Categories of Sources||Categories of Third Parties to whom information is shared, if applicable|
|Access permissions, supplier’s banking details, logon/system ID, user name (first and last name), system activity log, and supplier’s contact details (including business contact details of its staff involved in the procurement process).||For bids submitted electronically, to identify you as an authorized user and grant you access to the procurement platform in order to permit electronic bidding.||The Processing is a contractual requirement under the procurement contract with ExxonMobil, and/or the Processing is necessary to enter into a procurement contract with ExxonMobil.
ExxonMobil’s legitimate business interest in validating your identity and access permissions to ensure only approved users have access to the Site.
ExxonMobil’s legitimate business interest to operate efficiently and manage the eventual commercial relationship between you and ExxonMobil and/or ExxonMobil affiliates by facilitating and accelerating the Source to Pay process and the collaboration between ExxonMobil and supplier.
|We collect this information directly from you.||We may share this information with our system administration vendor who assists us for support purposes.|
|All Personal Data related to individuals involved in the performance of the contract and/or in the procurement procedures either as supplier or subcontractor.
Personal data including the image, name and surname, address, telephone, e-mail address, signature, academic and professional training, qualifications and accreditations, work experience, education and membership of professional bodies, as incorporated in CVs, copy of various documents submitted as supporting documents, or in forms pre-established by ExxonMobil. Vendor classification status, vendor performance scorecards and vendor bidding evaluations.
|Bid evaluation, administration of the agreement, document repository and supplier management.||The Processing is necessary for (i) the evaluation of bids; (ii) obtaining references; (iii) checking for any conflicts of interest; (iv) enabling ExxonMobil to administer and manage any contract that may be awarded; (v) audit of performance under the agreement, (vi) complying with applicable law and (vii) preserve and defend ExxonMobil’s legal rights.||We collect this information directly from you.||We may share this information with our system administration vendor who assists us for support purposes.|
|Personal data including name and business contact details, positions held, principal lines of business, locations of business activities, citizenship, country of residence, shareholdership and ownership interests, relationships with government officials and public international organizations, position as a government official, details regarding whether the individual is subject to trade sanctions regulations, details regarding certain investigations or offenses if permitted under applicable law, and other information on the basis of publicly available sources, and/or information provided by the prospective business partner and/or information obtained through Thomson Reuters World-Check or other tools or service providers.||Due diligence of suppliers and third parties.||Compliance with legal obligations to which ExxonMobil is subject, in particular anti-bribery laws, trade sanctions, import/export controls, and anti-money laundering laws.
ExxonMobil’s legitimate business interest to minimize legal risks under certain laws, such as the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, trade sanctions, import/export controls, and anti-money laundering laws.
ExxonMobil’s legitimate business interest in maintaining standards and integrity of its operations, to ensure compliance with its ethics policy, and protect against reputational harm.
ExxonMobil’s interest in leveraging centralized, functional support available within the ExxonMobil group and to ensure that transactions with prospective business partners can be operationalized through ExxonMobil networks and systems.
By providing information about third parties, you confirm that you have received the permission of the person(s), to provide to ExxonMobil the personal data for processing in accordance with the Privacy Statement.
|We collect this information directly from you.||We share this information with due diligence vendors.|
|Access permissions, authentication information, business contact details, login/system ID, name, preferred language, title, and IP address.||To identify you as an authorized user of the Site for the purposes of account and Site information management.||ExxonMobil’s legitimate business interest in validating your identity and access permissions to ensure only approved users have access to the Site.||We collect this information automatically and directly from you.||We may share this information with our system administration vendor who assists us for support purposes.|
|Any of the personal data referred to in this notice, provided the information is appropriately pseudonomized or anonymized, as required under applicable law.||For analytical and statistical purposes.||ExxonMobil’s legitimate business interest to ensure the relevance of the Site, to improve the functionality of the Site and to improve our procurement process.||We collect this information automatically and directly from you.|
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Note that some goods or services may not be available if you choose not to provide the necessary personal data.
We may use the information we collect through the Site to help manage our on-line advertising. For example, we may use information collected from the Site, to show you ads for our products and services when you visit other websites, e.g. third-party social media sites, news sites and (video) search engines. We use third-party advertising technology for this purpose. To learn more about third-party ad-serving technology and how to "opt-out" from such technology, please visit YourOnlineChoices.Com. Note: you will be taken to a third-party website.
Similarly, ExxonMobil is not responsible for the policies and practices of any website from which you linked to our Site.
We may use information collected through the Site to analyze links between your usage of the Site and your usage of other applications (e.g. our mobile payment App) across the different types of devices you use to access the Site or applications, in order to improve your cross-application experiences. In doing so, we use cookie files and other storage technologies on our Site in accordance with this Privacy Statement and the cookie statement on the Site.
We contract with other companies and persons to perform functions on our behalf. They have access to personal data needed to perform these business purposes.
For example, ExxonMobil may share your personal data with vendors in order to allow ExxonMobil to fulfill orders and make deliveries, to send postal mail, and e-mail, to manage customer lists, analyze data, provide marketing assistance, host websites, process card payments, and provide and improve customer service. Furthermore, communicating via the Internet and sending information, products, and services to you by other means necessarily involves your personal data passing through or being handled by third-parties.
These service providers have access to your personal data needed to perform their business purposes, but may not use it for other purposes.
Before any personal data is shared with service providers, we enter into a written agreement which requires them: (1) not to make any unauthorized disclosures of the personal data; (2) to use the personal data only for the specified purposes and only according to the instructions received from ExxonMobil; (3) to retain the personal data only as long as necessary or to protect company interests; and (4) to have in place adequate and appropriate security measures.
In some circumstances, ExxonMobil will disclose personal data to vendors, including competent authorities, legal advisors, Exxon, Mobil, or Esso-branded fuel station operators, payment and loyalty card issuers, and other contracted parties. These vendors process the personal data on their own behalf, for instance: if required by law, in order to defend ExxonMobil’s rights, or to handle individuals’ complaints and requests. We may also share your information in connection with a transfer of assets, or if we are otherwise involved in a merger or transfer. Only when permitted by applicable law and with your consent as required, will we distribute personal data to vendors, such as ExxonMobil distributors, for the purpose of allowing them to market their products and services to you.
Furthermore, we use vendor’s screening tools to perform due diligence and other screening activities in accordance with our legal or regulatory obligations, and in particular Thomson Reuters World Check and Thomson Reuters Enhanced Due Diligence tools (EDD), where permitted by law, to do integrity and advanced background checks that provide us with information that help us to identify and protect against any regulatory, and/or reputational risk.
The relevant ExxonMobil affiliate who is the Data Controller may make personal data available to other ExxonMobil affiliates and may transfer some or all of the personal data to ExxonMobil servers located worldwide in accordance with applicable law.
The transfer of personal data from the EEA, UK and Switzerland to recipients located outside such territories is subject to restrictions. ExxonMobil has taken steps so that personal data receives an adequate level of data protection at all ExxonMobil locations. These steps include ExxonMobil affiliates entering into Inter Affiliate Agreements containing the EU “Standard Contractual Clauses”.
The EU Standard Contractual Clauses have been approved by the European Commission and relevant European authorities as offering adequate protection for transfers of personal data outside the EEA, UK and Switzerland.
When transferring personal data, ExxonMobil puts in place safeguards to ensure that the recipient adequately protects the personal data. With respect to the transfer of personal data from the EEA, UK and Switzerland to outside such territories, ExxonMobil relies on (1.) EU “Standard Contractual Clauses”, (2.) contractual safeguards imposed on the recipient which is contracted by ExxonMobil affiliates outside of EEA, UK or Switzerland (so-called onward transfers), and (3.) protections available under local law for the recipient established in a country deemed adequate by the EU Commission. Where permitted, and as applicable, we will rely on the individual’s consent.
For more information about specific transfer mechanisms, including information on existing safeguards implemented by ExxonMobil, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicable law may give you certain rights with respect to your personal data.
In California consumers may have the right to delete their data, to access and port personal data collected, used, or disclosed by ExxonMobil, and to exercise these rights freely from discrimination.
In order to submit a verifiable consumer request to exercise your right to know about, or delete, your personal information, please visit ExxonMobil’s privacy program landing page where you may submit your request via email, web form or via phone.
Under data privacy laws in the EEA, UK and Switzerland, applicable law gives consumers the right to: access their personal data; have inaccurate or incomplete personal data rectified; restrict the Processing of their personal data, under certain circumstances; object to the Processing operations, having regard to the given circumstances and for reasons related to their particular situation; or have personal data erased when such data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it has been collected, in accordance with applicable law.
In some circumstances, you also have a right to request a portable extract of your personal data, which will allow you to reuse your personal data for your own purposes.
You also have a right to lodge a complaint to the data protection supervisory authority in your country.
For more information about the specific mechanisms available to exercise these rights, please contact the email@example.com.
To facilitate our efforts to address your request, please let us know the circumstances in which you initially provided ExxonMobil with your personal data, e.g. in connection with a specific product or service.
Do-Not-Track Signals and Similar Mechanisms. Some mobile web browsers transmit "do-not-track" signals. Because of differences in how web browsers incorporate and activate this feature, it is not always clear whether users intend for these signals to be transmitted, or whether they even are aware of them. We currently do not take action in response to these signals.
ExxonMobil does not use automated decision-making unless it is (i.) necessary for entering into, or performance of, a contract between the Individual and ExxonMobil and its affiliates, (ii.) permitted or required by law, or (iii.) based on the Individual’s explicit consent.
Automated decision-making refers to decisions that produce legal effects concerning an Individual or significantly affect the Individual and which are based solely on automated Processing (i.e. no human intervention) of personal data. ExxonMobil shall implement suitable measures to safeguard the Individual’s rights and freedoms and legitimate interests when automated decision-making is used.
ExxonMobil is committed to protecting your personal data as described in this Privacy Statement and as required by applicable laws. If you have any questions about this notice or our handling of your personal data, or if you would like additional information, please contact:
The term “Data Controller” means the natural or legal person (in the case of ExxonMobil, the relevant ExxonMobil affiliate) which determines the purposes and means of the Processing of personal data.
“ExxonMobil” and/or “ExxonMobil affiliates” mean (a) Exxon Mobil Corporation or any parent of Exxon Mobil Corporation, (b) any company or partnership in which Exxon Mobil Corporation or any parent of Exxon Mobil Corporation now or hereafter, directly or indirectly (1) owns or (2) controls, more than fifty per cent (50%) of the ownership interest having the right to vote or appoint its directors or functional equivalents (“Affiliated Company”) and (c) any joint venture in which Exxon Mobil Corporations, any parent of Exxon Mobil Corporation or an Affiliated Company has day to day operational control.
By “Processed” or “Processing” we mean any operation(s) which is performed on personal data, whether or not by automated means, such as collection, recording, organizing, structuring, storage, adaptation, alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction.