1. Personal Data
We strive to maintain very high standards for the collection, processing, use, and transfer of Personal Data gathered in this context.
Certain information submitted by you will be displayed publically on the website, see below for further details:
Project owner – You will be asked to enter information with regards to you and your planned project (e.g. your email address, the name of the organisation you represent, project title and description). Such information will be used to check whether you and the project submitted fulfil the eligibility criteria to be displayed on the initiative website. Prior to certain parts of this information being displayed on the website, you will be shown a preview of your project.
Donator – If you donate to a project, your email address is needed for verification purposes. You can have the option of your name and email address being sent to the project owner or you can remain anonymous. You will need to select relevant opt-ins. In order to donate you will be asked to provide payment details to our partner companies processing the payment only. We will not receive or hold any such data.
Storyteller – You will be asked to submit your personal or professional experiences with AF and AF-related stroke as outlined on the website and in the Terms & Conditions. Registration on the initiative website is necessary for verification purposes. With regards to information displayed publicly on the initiative website, you can choose to stay anonymous with only your country of residence being published, or your first name and the initial of the surname as well as the country of residence being published by selecting the relevant opt-ins. You may voluntarily provide further information, such as geographic details, profession or other personal data which will be used to further illustrate your story.
c) Petition – When signing the petition you will be asked to supply Personal Data as well as a photograph of yourself (optional) but you can decide whether or not this information is displayed on the website through the selection of opt-ins. You will also have the option of selecting which category best describes yourself. This information will not be displayed on the website but may be used by the 1 Mission 1 Million organisers for statistical evaluations and possibly media outreach.
2. Data Sharing and Transfer
We may also share Personal Data with our company’s subsidiaries, the independent supporting organisations (in order to facilitate the review of projects and stories), the Fundraising Partner Website (ammado.com) and Worldpay as outlined in the Terms & Conditions. These organisations will only use any Personal Data for the agreed upon purposes, and will not sell your Personal Data to third parties, and will not disclose it to third parties except as may be required by law. Although such companies may be located in third countries not providing the same data protection standard as may be afforded to you in your country we will not transfer any of your personally identifiable data to such companies without your prior consent to such data transfer. In such case, we will ensure that appropriate protections are in place to require the recipient of the data in that country to maintain protections of the data that are equivalent to those that apply in Germany.
3. Protection of Your Personal Data
To ensure the security and confidentiality of any Personal Data that we collect online, we use data networks protected, inter alia, by industry standard firewall and password protection. We have in place security policies that are intended to ensure, as far as possible, the security and integrity of all our information, including your Personal Data. In the course of handling your Personal Data, we take measures reasonably designed to protect that information from loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction. While we cannot guarantee against any loss, misuse, unauthorized access, or disclosure, alteration or destruction to data, we try to prevent such unfortunate occurrences.
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