Niet Normaal INT Foundation
(for (IM)POSSIBLE BODIES, version October 23, 2020)
This is the privacy statement of Stichting Niet Normaal INT for the project (IM)POSSIBLE BODIES, registered in the Trade Register at the Chamber of Commerce under number 73212806.
What does Niet Normaal INT Foundation do?
The Niet Normaal INT Foundation aims to create public visual art events about socially relevant themes. Niet Normaal INT Foundation uses the practice-what-you-preach model to reach and activate the public. The foundation already invests in the relationships with various public groups in the pre-stages of the event. In this context, (IM)POSSIBLE BODIES is an art manifestation of the Niet Normaal INT Foundation with the following question: “What does it really mean to be a cyborg?”
Why this privacy statement?
Because the Foundation exchanges information in the context of its activities, including data that can be classified as personal data, you can read in this privacy statement what information we process and how we handle that personal data. This declaration therefore applies to all personal data processed by the Foundation in the framework of the (IM)POSSIBLE BODIES project.
Which personal data does the Foundation process?
The Foundation processes name, e-mail address and place of residence of users and all information that is collected in the survey
For what purpose does the Foundation process personal data?
The Foundation processes the name, e-mail address and place of residence to send the user a personal e-mail, or to send the newsletter after registration for the newsletter. The answers of the survey are processed to be able to apply analysis and serve as input for future projects of the Foundation.
May the Foundation process the data?
The Foundation informs users before processing their personal data and asks for permission. You only receive the newsletter and/or mails concerning the giveaway after registration.
How does the Foundation deal with the security of the data?
The Foundation ensures sufficient technical and organizational measures to protect the personal data against loss or any form of unlawful processing (such as unauthorized inspection, violation, alteration or provision of the data) in line with the applicable laws and regulations, including the Dutch Act on Protection, personal data (Wbp) and the General Data Protection Regulation (AVG).
How long does the Foundation keep the data?
The Foundation stores personal data it processes on its servers no longer than necessary for the purpose of data processing, but in any case no longer than 4 weeks after the main exhibition of (IM)POSSIBLE BODIES from the 23rd of October until the 1st of November 2020.
Does the Foundation provide data to third parties?
The Foundation does not provide personal data to third parties unless there is a legal obligation to provide the data to a third party.
Does the Foundation use third parties for the processing of data?
The Foundation uses a hosting party for the processing of data where the web and mail server of Stichting Niet normaal is hosted. We also use a survey from an open source platform.
Does the Foundation meet the requirements of the law?
The Foundation handles the personal data with the utmost care and complies with the laws and regulations relating to the protection of personal data, such as the Personal Data Protection Act (Wbp) and the General Data Protection Regulation (AVG).
What does the Foundation do on the website?
The Foundation uses Google Analytics on the websites; https://impossiblebodies.nl/ and https://impossiblebodies-experience.nl/ to gain insight into visitor flows, traffic sources and pageviews on the website. The website also uses a survey from www.surveylegend.com to be able to converse with the users and to analyze the input as feedback for future projects of the Niet Normaal INT Foundation. The data is stored for up to 1 day at Google Analytics.
How can you influence the processing of your personal data?
You can unsubscribe from the newsletter online at any time. In addition, every user whose personal data is stored has the right to inspect his or her personal data and the right to request correction and deletion of his or her personal data. A user can also object to the use of his or her data and the user from (IM)POSSIBLE BODIES 2020 also has the right to transfer the relevant personal data.
You can submit a request in writing by sending a letter to Stichting Niet Normaal INT, p/a Prof. Jordanlaan 14, 3571 KA Utrecht, stating the name of your request and providing your contact details. We do everything to treat your request or objection as quickly as possible and in any case within 4 weeks.
Is the privacy statement ever changed?
Although the privacy statement will not be changed frequently, we reserve the right to change this privacy statement at any time. Check this website for the latest version.