When you upload an image to the Sortition Image Library we ask for a valid email address and a name. When you make a mapping entry we need a valid email address for the account. No further personal information is required. The personal information you have entered will be stored unprocessed but will not be displayed. Like many other websites, we automatically receive general information, which is stored in our logs on the server, e.g. which IP address is used when using the website.
The purpose of processing your personal data is to contact you in the event we have questions about your image upload or mapping entry. The basis for our processing of your data is:
٭ Your consent to process and pass on your personal data internally, e.g. your email address.
٭ When we are legally obliged to process or pass on your information, e.g. as part of administration and bookkeeping.
٭ In some cases, we are legally obliged to assist the authorities.
We do not share your personal data with third parties.
We have established data security that protects your personal data from destruction, loss or alteration, as well as from unauthorised disclosure or unauthorised access.
There may be forces beyond our control that may result in the disclosure of data. As a consequence of this, we disclaim any warranty regarding the maintenance and confidentiality of data. In the event of a breach of security which is likely to expose you to a high risk, e.g. in the form of discrimination, identity theft, financial loss, damage to reputation or any other significant inconvenience, we will notify you of the data breach without undue delay.
There will be changes in this policy from time to time. We will notify you of major changes by displaying it clearly on our website or by sending you an email to the email address you provided.
You have the right to delete or request that we assist in deleting the Personal Data that we have collected about You.
If you find that the data processing at INSA is incorrect or illegal, you can contact us using the contact information below. You also have the right to complain to the Danish Data Protection Agency, e.g. if you are not satisfied with the result of your complaint or the way we have processed your complaint. You can contact the Danish Data Protection Agency by sending an email to: email@example.com or send a letter to: Datatilsynet, Borgergade 28, 5., 1300 København K. The Danish Data Protection Agency has a complaint form on their website www.datatilsynet.dk.
You are welcome to contact us regarding general questions or if you want to make use of your data rights. We respond to your inquiry without undue delay and no later than one month after we receive your request. Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.