By signing up to ASA International Law, you consent to us holding your name, email address, field of study, and student number. We need your email address to process your request to join and to facilitate payment of the membership fee. Your data will be accessible only by the current board and will only be used 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 we use Wix to facilitate the collection of your information. This may mean that your data is stored in the United States and the European Union. You can request that we delete your personal information at any time.
SPECIAL CATEGORY DATA
By registering for our events, you may need to share special category data with us, such as :
Date of birth
Bank transfer information
Passport or identity card number
Allergy or medical information
We will only use the information you provide us when it is necessary to facilitate your booking or participation in the specific event. Your data will be accessible only by the current board but may be shared with Google This may mean that your data is stored in the United States. With your consent, we may share your data with suppliers as necessary to secure your participation in the event. This may mean that your data is stored outside the European Union.
During events, ASA International Law reserves the right to take photos and video content for promotional purposes. The content will stay within the organisation and will only be used for promotional purposes of ASA International Law itself. In case you do not wish to be photographed or if you do not want the content of you to be uploaded online, you can contact us and we will make sure that this footage is not saved or distributed.
ASA INTERNATIONAL LAW AND OTHER WEBSITES
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Improving your experience of visiting the site, including providing personalised content;
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Gathering information you have submitted via the site;
Gathering statistical information about the usage of the site;
Ensuring the smooth operation of online services;
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