The Utrecht Introduction Time (hereafter "UIT") strives to ensure that the personal details of participants, volunteers and other visitors are treated and protected with the greatest possible care. The UIT therefore also complies with the requirements of the Dutch Personal Data Protection Act and other privacy legislation. The responsible party for data processing is Utrecht University, Heidelberglaan 8, 3584 CS Utrecht.
Processing of personal data
The UIT records personal data in the context of its services and shares them if necessary. This is the case when you register as a volunteer or participant. The UIT uses this data for its services and internal business operations. This includes contact details and data to better serve you during the UIT, for example whether or not you are vegetarian or sharing your contact details with your mentors.
Access and correction of your data
The UIT offers you the possibility to view your data as well as to change it at your personal (profile) page. You can also request the UIT by e-mail to view your data. If the information is incorrect, you can have it adjusted.
Anonymous analysis of participants
Anonymous personal data will be used to analyze the participants of the UIT. This will, for example, concern the male / female ratio and the amount of participants from a University or a University of Applied Sciences.
General visitor information is kept on the websites of the UIT, without identifying the visitors. The purpose of this is to optimize the layout of the website. This data can also be used to put more targeted information on the website. In this way the UIT can further optimize its services to you.
UIT and other websites
On the UIT sites you will find a number of hyperlinks to other websites. However, the UIT cannot bear any responsibility with regard to the way in which those parties handle your data. For this, read the Privacy Statement, if any, of the site that you visit.
If you do not appreciate information about the UIT after the UIT is finished, you can unsubscribe at any time by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
The UIT can decide to make video and/or audio recordings (e.g. via drone images) of the event and its visitors. These recordings can be made public or reproduced. The participant gives unconditional permission to make these recordings and to exploit them without the UIT or third parties owing a fee to the visitors. Any neighboring rights and/or copyrights and/or portrait rights are transferred by the visitor to the organization without any restriction. Furthermore, the visitor irrevocably waives the right to invoke his/her personality rights. Images and photos can be deleted on written request.