Komitéen UIA 2023 Copenhagen (hereinafter called UIA 2023 CPH) is an association set up to organize and carry through the UIA World Congress of Architects and General Assembly in Copenhagen in July 2023.
Here you can read how UIA 2023 CPH registers the personal information you provide, why we need to save them and how they are handled. UIA 2023 CPH processes and records information about persons who are in contact with us, mainly members of the international architectural society, designers, planners, urban developers, researchers, engineers, civil servants, IT- and data specialists, lawyers, consultants, construction clients, manufacturers, NGOs, participants in congresses, contributors to the guidebooks, media persons and exhibitors.
What information do we collect about you?
UIA 2023 CPH collects personal information when you register to submit a project and or sign up for receiving news. We also collect information when you voluntarily complete surveys, provide feedback and voluntarily exchange business cards at events. Website usage information is collected using cookies.
How will we use and store the information about you?
Access to your information and correction
You have the right to request a copy of the information that we hold about you. If you would like a copy of some or all of your personal information, please e-mail us at the following address. If you believe that incorrect information has been stored, you may ask UIA 2023 CPH to correct the information. The information will be corrected accordingly, or it will be noted in the files that you have asked for a correction. The information will be ignored until it is decided which information is correct.
Data Protection Officer
UIA 2023 CPH shares a data protection officer with the Danish Association of Architects. The data protection officer can be contacted at the following e-mail address.
You are entitled to lodge complaints about the processing of your data to the Danish Data Protection Agency (Datatilsynet).
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Use of personal data
We never collect personal information without you having provided us with this information, for example by registering for an event, a contribution or signing up for a newsletter, etc. In this case, the information typically collected is your name, address, postal code, email, field of study or profession and/or your interests.
Protection of personal data
According to the Data Protection Act and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), your personal data must be kept secure and confidential. We store your personal information on computers with limited access, which are in controlled facilities, and our security measures are continually reviewed in order to determine if our user information is handled responsibly and in accordance with your rights as a user. However, we cannot guarantee 100 percent security for data transfers over the Internet. This means that there may be a risk of unauthorized outsiders deliberately accessing the protected data when data is transferred and stored electronically. Thus, you are providing your personal information at your own risk. The rapid development of the Internet may necessitate changes to the way in which we process personal information. We therefore reserve the right to update and amend these guidelines for the processing of personal data.