1.1 What information is being collected?
The only personal information collected are the contact information of third-parties: first name, last name, email addresses and potentially phone numbers.
1.2 Who is collecting it?
Personal information is exclusively collected by Insomni'hack staff.
1.3 How is it collected?
Information is provided either directly by the data owner. Collection could occur through third party services for event registration purpose.
1.4 Why is it being collected?
They are collected for commercial communications, technical notifications or information exchange necessary to execute a project, with the data owner and more largely with the company he represents.
1.5 How will it be used?
Data will be used for commercial and technical communications sent by Insomni'hack to its customers.
1.6 Who will it be shared with?
Data collected through event inscription might be shared with event sponsors if explicit consent is given by data owner.
1.7 What will be the effect of this on the individuals concerned?
The individuals might be contacted by sponsors for commercial enquiries with prior authorization of the owner.
1.8 Is the intended use likely to cause individuals to object or complain?
The information is very limited information that is potentially already largely spread. Usage is very limited Insomni'hack, either following a solicitation from the individual or for exceptional communications in the interest of the individual. Unsolicited email notifications contain needed information to ask deregistration.
By consenting to this notification regarding the protection of personal data, you give us permission to use the personal data you provide to us for the sole purpose of answering you.
When we ask you for personal data we will always expressly explain to you why and how the information will be used to obtain your explicit consent.
To withdraw your consent at any time or to exercise your right applied in your country please contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO) by calling the +41 21 802 64 01 or by mail at [email protected]
No data will be disclosed to any third party without prior authorization of the owner.
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