What personal data is collected?
Gender, first name and surname (user ID), address, e-mail address (account ID), telephone, date/time of registration and last update of the data as well as the information that the user enters in addition (e.g. date of birth, CV, pictures).
Where can a user see what data Kulturserver has stored about him or her?
The user can view the stored data in register.culturebase.org after logging in. If he or she belongs to a specific project, the data he or she has released for publication on the net will also be displayed via the project website.
For what purpose is the data stored?
The purpose is project-related, such as membership in an association. It makes it easier for CultureBase partner projects to manage their membership data internally for various purposes.
In the case of active participation in the network, the purpose, apart from the self-presentation of the cultural worker on community websites, is the possibility of tracing posted content such as texts and images through Culture Servers.
How does the personal data get into the CultureBase database?
The data is either collected by the online editor, project manager, etc. of the respective website (employees of associations, cultural institutions, municipalities, etc.) or by the user himself/herself if he/she wishes to present his/her artistic activity or similar on the web.
Are the prescribed double opt-in procedures in place? In which areas?
Double opt-in procedures are in place for both personal registration and newsletter registration. In projects where, for example, online editors enter personal data as part of their project, project staff are obliged to obtain the consent of the persons concerned beforehand.
How long is user data stored?
User data is stored until a request for deletion is received.
Is the CultureBase database a cloud service for personal data?