ECMA respects the privacy of her online visitors. ECMA does not collect personal data, unless these are provided on a voluntary basis. By filling out and sending a form or by sending an e-mail a visitor gives ECMA permission to store and use his or her personal data in order to use them for requested information and services and for participation in meetings and events. Personal data provided to ECMA while visiting the site may be collected and stored. Personal data will be processed only if such processing is compatible with the purpose of collecting personal data as set out below.
1.1 What does ECMA do with your data?
If you voluntarily provide your data in order to be kept up-to-date on certain ECMA information and/or activities, the data you provide will be used for that purpose only.
Your data will be used:
- for our membership management, and/or
- to keep you abreast of information that is of interest and relevant to you and to offer our services in accordance with the aims of our association.
The personal data collected will not be sold or made available to third parties, except in special circumstances, such as where obliged by law. As an association we do not pursue commercial acts, therefore your personal data will not be used for this purpose.
1.3 Storage period
ECMA stores the personal data it processes no longer than necessary for the purpose of the data processing or required by the Public Records Act.
ECMA has taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to secure personal data against loss or unlawful processing.
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) ECMA is exempted from notifying the Data Protection Authority of data stored.
2. Your rights
You may apply for access to your personal data and you are entitled to correct those data or have them removed from our system. You can also object to the use of your data. For further information please contact the ECMA Secretariat via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to know which of your personal data ECMA processes, you can submit a written request for perusal by sending a letter to:
P.O. Box 85612
2508 CH The Hague