Dual membership International Week and International Week Coordinating Organization.
The International Week organizing committee is entitled to transmit the data to International Week Coordinating Organization once a person attends an International Week as an organizer/host or as a participant. The applicant/organizer agrees that he/she then also becomes member of this association as an IW Alumni.
Privacy / personality rights
(1) International Week Coordinating Organization collects, processes and uses personal data of its members and alumnis. Using data processing equipment (EDP) to meet the permissible purposes under this statute and tasks, for example in the context of membership management, orientation and organization of the event as well as communication with other associations and obtaining sponsors or partners.
(2) In connection with its network operations and other statutory events, the organization publishes personal data and photos of its members in the organization’s newsletters and on its website, sharing data and photos for publication in print and tele-media and electronic media such as social media. A member may at any time object to the IWCO Board the publication of individual photos of his/her person. Upon receipt of the objection, the publication / communication is omitted and the organization removes existing photos from its site and the specific platform.
(3) Through the membership and participation in IWCO brand related events (such as International Week, International Week Coordinating Organization Conference, International Week Alumni Weekend) a member agrees on the collection, processing (storage, modification and transmission), distribution and use of personal data in the above scale and scope. In particular, data can be passed on to companies being part of the sponsoring members. Any other use of data, beyond the fulfillment of its statutory objects and purposes, is prohibited, unless the organization is required for legal reasons to do so.
(4) Each member has within the legal provisions of the Federal Data Protection Act (in particular § § 34, 35) the right to access stored personal data, the recipient and the purpose of storage, rectification, erasure or blocking of his/her data.