ICD.world takes your privacy seriously. Here’s more details about what information we retain, what we do with it, and how we protect your browsing experience.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificate: The ICD.world website is protected using SHA-2 256-bit encryption and a 2048-bit signing algorithm which encrypt the information you provide us and keeps sensitive data safe. The padlock icon, displayed next to our URL in the web browser, indicates a secure mode where communications between browser and web server are encrypted. This type of connection is designed to prevent anyone from reading or modifying the data you exchange with the website.
What information about you do we collect? The ICD is a data controller. It obtains basic information – name, email address and telephone number – from the contact form on our website when you provide it to us. This information is sent to our PR firm, Palamedes PR, which forwards-on those details to the ICD.
What do we use for your information for? The information you provide us through the contact form on our website will be used for to notify you when tickets for the ICD become available.
Disclosure to third parties: The information you provide us is as above disclosed to our PR agency, which forwards-on your details to us. The PR agency securely deletes your information immediately thereafter. It is never shared with anyone else.
How long do we retain your information? We will retain the basic information you provide us until such a time that tickets for the ICD 2020 become available and we have notified you of this development. If for any reason the ICD 2020 does not proceed, we will delete the information you have provided to us once we become aware of the fact.
How we secure your information? We store information on secure, password-enabled encrypted servers. Some of those servers are in the United States and have self-certified themselves as compliant with the EU-US Privacy Shield.
Your information, your rights: Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018, you can access and receive the information we have, correct or update it, restrict its use, object to us storing it, ask to have it deleted, or complain to a supervisory authority.
Data Protection Officer: Karl de Leeuw, founder of ICD.
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