We need your email to process your request to join and to facilitate payment of the membership fee. You can request that we delete your email address at any time.
By signing up to ASA International Law, you consent to us holding your name, email address, field of study and UvA student number for up to three years. Your data will be accessible only by the current board and used only to certify your membership of ASA International Law and to contact you regarding our events and services via email.
To do this, we store your name and email address with Google and with MailChimp and use WordPress to facilitate collection via the website This may mean that your data is stored in the United States. Wherever possible, we will ensure that storage is governed by EU model contract clauses.
We will retain your data for no longer than is necessary and endeavour to delete it when it is no longer require or if you request to terminate your membership of ASA International Law before the three-year membership period.
SPECIAL CATEGORY DATA
By registering for our events, you may share special category data with us to facilitate your travel, which may include:
- Bank transfer information
- Passport or identity card number
- Allergy or medical information
We will only use the information you provide us which is necessary to facilitate your booking or participation in the specific event. Your data will be accessible only by the current board buy may be shared with Google which we use to provide our email and secure storage services. This may mean that your data is stored in the United States.
With your consent we may share your data with suppliers including travel providers or accommodation as necessary to secure your participation. This may mean your data is stored outside the EU.
Wherever possible, we will ensure that storage is governed by EU model contract clauses.
We will hold your data for no longer that 3 months from the date of the event and only for as long as is required before we delete it. You may opt for us to delete your data at any point, however this may make it impossible to facilitate participation on your behalf.
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