PRIVACY AND DATA PROTECTION PRINCIPLES
These privacy and data protection principles (hereinafter the “Principles”) are the basic principles governing the International Union of Angiology, c/o Collège Français de Pathologie Vasculaire, Maison de l'Angiologie, 18 rue de l'Université, 75007 Paris, France, (hereinafter the “IUA”) in the collection and processing of personal data. These Principles implement the IUA’s rights, and obligations arising in particular from the generally binding Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation) (hereinafter the “GDPR”);
These Principles apply to all persons visiting the IUA’s websites [www.angiology.org] (hereinafter the “Websites”), whether or not these persons are in a contractual relationship with the IUA.
WHAT ARE PERSONAL DATA
Personal Data, in accordance with the GDPR, shall mean any information about a designated or identifiable natural person (not a legal person). In principle, therefore, it is any information that, whether on its own or in combination with other information, can serve to identify a particular individual (hereinafter the “Personal Data”).
WHAT PERSONAL DATA DOES THE IUA PROCESS
The IUA may collect the Personal Data that you communicate to the IUA yourself.
Such Personal Data is, in particular, information that you provide in a completed registration, order, or other form or communicated to the IUA by e-mail, telephone, fax, or other similar device. You may also provide the IUA with personal information during competitions, booking training places or by sending a general inquiry. This includes your first name, surname, mailing address, e-mail address, phone number, bank account details, selected payment method, etc.
Your Personal Data will be processed by the IUA for the following purposes:
If you wish to be informed about our activities or educational events, you can provide the IUA with your e-mail address to which these messages will be sent on a regular basis.
You can unsubscribe at any time, for example by clicking on the "UNSUBSCRIBE" link that is included as part of each newsletter.
If you are an IUA member or fellow, you may receive the IUA newsletters even if you have not filled out the newsletter form. If you do not wish to receive such e-mails, you can unsubscribe at any time, for example by clicking on the "UNSUBSCRIBE" link that is included as part of each newsletter.
Personal information that the IUA collects on your behalf
When visiting our Website, the IUA may collect some information necessary to ensure the proper and convenient operation of the Website. This information may consist of the Internet Protocol (IP) data used to connect your computer to the Internet, your registration information, browser type and version, time zone settings, browser plug-ins, your visit information, including a valid Uniform Resource Locator (URL), the path to and from the Website (including date and time), the information you viewed or searched for, response times, download errors, the length of visits to certain pages, site visit interaction information (such as scrolling, clicks, and mouse locations), or the way of leaving the page.
These Personal Data are used by the IUA to administer and improve its Websites and for internal operations, including problem solving, data analysis, testing, research, statistical purposes, and recording the frequency of previews. These Personal Data can also be used to measure ad performance and provide relevant advertising.
PROVIDING PERSONAL INFORMATION
Personal data that the IUA acquires may be transferred to third parties (hereinafter the “Processors”) who assist the IUA in performing its contractual obligations by mediating certain services (e.g., delivery services). The IUA only passes Personal Data to those Processors who provide guarantees of an adequate level of security of your Personal Data and process these Personal Data solely on the basis of a Personal Data Processing Agreement.
In this sense, the IUA may transmit Personal Data to the following Processors:
External contractors and suppliers to meet the IUA’s contractual obligations;
1. Payment service providers and payment processors in order to secure the transfer of funds and the implementation of payment transactions;
2. Providers of postal and delivery services for the purpose of delivering products or services offered by the IUA;
3. Website administrators.
Under certain circumstances, the IUA may be required to provide your Personal Data to third parties (e.g. law enforcement agencies) in accordance with the generally binding legal regulations.
MEANS OF PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
In order to protect and minimise the risk of unauthorised access to Personal Data, the IUA has adopted organisational and technical measures.
Internal organisational restrictions limiting the range of persons authorised to come into contact with Personal Data; and
Ensuring the technical security of the servers and the IUA’s Websites against unauthorised access.
Persons in contact with Personal Data are instructed on the privacy policies and are bound by secrecy when processing them.
LENGTH OF PERSONAL DATA RETENTION
The IUA keeps personal data for as long as is strictly necessary to perform its contractual obligations and for the fulfilment of the obligations that the IUA derives from the applicable legal regulations. Personal data that is processed with your consent is retained by the IUA only for the duration of the purpose for which the consent was granted.
Once the legitimate reason for processing your Personal Data has expired, the IUA will destroy these Personal Data and any existing copies thereof.
The IUA uses the following types of Cookies:
First-party cookies that enable the basic operation and functionality of the Website and without which the content of the Web pages could not be properly displayed. This type of Cookies can be used by default without your prior consent. When setting up your browser, however, you can disable the storing of any Cookies at any time;
Technical Cookies that allow for the analysis of your use of the Website, enable secure sign-up, remember the progress of filling your order, store your registration data. This type of Cookies can be used by default without your prior consent. When setting up your browser, however, you can disable the storing of any Cookies at any time;
Cookies can be removed using your browser settings. It can also be set up so that Cookies are not automatically saved. However, if you block, disable, or otherwise reject certain Cookies, the Website may not display properly, or you may not be able to use certain Web Services or features.
RIGHTS OF DATA SUBJECTS
In connection with the processing of your Personal Data by the IUA, you are entitled to the following Personal Data protection rights:
1. The right to withdraw your consent to the processing of Personal Data, when the processing is based on such consent;
2. The right to request access to your Personal Data and information about what Personal Data is processed by the IUA;
3. The right to correct inaccurate Personal Data and also to supplement incomplete Personal Data;
4. The right to delete the processed Personal Data;
5. The right to limit the processing of Personal Data;
6. The right to obtain the Personal Data you have provided to the IUA in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format, and the right to pass this information to another person;
7. The right to be informed of a Personal Data breach;
8. The right to object to the processing of Personal Data; and
9. The right to file a complaint with the Supervisory Authority, i.e. the Office for Personal Data Protection, at Pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Prague 7, or a data box at qkbaa2n.
The above rights and possible complaints may be filed with the IUA as the Data Controller in writing to the address below or by email to the following e-mail address email@example.com.
International Union of Angiology
c/o Collège Français de Pathologie Vasculaire, Maison de l'Angiologie
18 rue de l'Université
75007 Paris, France
These Principles are valid and effective as of May 25, 2018.