We take the protection of our user’s personal data very seriously and consider all relevant data protection directives. T3CB only processes your personal data when you have given us your permission to do so or if it is allowed under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The responsible office is
Consulting Piezunka & Schamoni - Information Technologies GmbH
(Private Limited Company)
Gustav-Meyer-Allee 25 | Gebäude 13/5
Tel.: (+49) 30.2009549.0
Fax: (+49) 30.2009549.29
Managing Directors: Sascha Böttcher, Andre Redlich, Claudio Gallio
2.1. Personal data
According to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) personal data is “any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’); an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person (…)”
2.2. Which of your data we use and where we get them from
2.2.1. Website visit
Upon the visit of our website we collect the data of each server that our service is located on (so called ’server logs’), according to the GDPR Article 6 (1) f).
The access logs of our webservers record which pages are requested at which time. They contain the following data: IP, secured access user, date, time, viewed sites, protocols, status code, data volume, referrer, user agent, viewed host name.
The IP-addresses are saved anonymously by discarding the last three digits, i.e. 127.0.01 is saved as 127.0.*. IPv6-addresses are also rendered anonymous.
Error-logs record faulty page requests. Besides the error notifications, these logs contain the requesting IP-address and, depending on the error, the details of the requested page.
The mail-logs for the delivery of e-mails are also recorded. The pseudonymization function processes your and the receiver´s personal data in such a manner that the personal data can no longer be attributed to a specific data subject. Only the date and time, and the information on how the e-mails were processed, are stored (Queue-ID or 'not delivered').
2.2.2. Contact form and e-mail
The current contact form on the website collects the following information:
Additionally you can get in touch with us via e-mail. When you send us a message via e-mail, you disclose your e-mail address to us, and where necessary your name and other personal information.
For our newsletter and to sign up for invitations to annual events your name and e-mail address will be saved.
2.2.4. Registering as a participant
The registration for the event is done in cooperation with the service provider XING Events GmbH, Sandstr. 33, 80335 Munich, Germany.
The data below is collected upon registration. Some of this information must be provided:
We use payment service providers for the registration process, based on GDPR Article 6 (1) b). Additionally we use external payment service providers based on our rightful interest according to Article 6 (1) f) of the GDPR to offer our users effective and secure payment options. The required data, which is processed by the payment service providers, consists of user-related data, such as name and address, financial details, such as account no. and credit card no., passwords, TANs, check sums, as well as information about your contract, the total amount and the beneficiary.
2.3. Uses and regulations for data processing
2.3.1. Website Visit
The data you provide when you contact us, is used for the response of each request. Your legal basis for this data processing can be found in Article 6 (1) f) (GDPR). Here, our rightful interest is to give you the best response possible.
We use hosting services such as platform and infrastructure services, for computing capacity, storage capacity and databank services, e-mail delivery and security services as well as maintenance support. All of these help to run and maintain our website.
The alias analysis of your user behavior on our website is done based on Article 6 (1) f) (GDPR). It is our rightful interest to analyze the usage of our website for market research and a needs-based and accessible design.
Personal data that we get from requests and messages via our contact form or e-mail is processed for the response process.
Your information you have provided when you signed up for the newsletter, is used to send you information and news via e-mail (GDPR, Article 6 (1) b)). All other processes conducted in relation to this are based on Article 6 (1) f) (GDPR). It is our rightful interest to process your data for invitations or send you tailored and interesting information.
2.3.4. Registering as a participant
Personal data that is provided upon registration for the event, is used for funding, the organization of the location, the catering, the production of visitor passes and other additional services, such as the pre-event and child care.
At the end of the event, this pseudonymized data is used for the evaluation of the past event and for the preparation of the next one.
Your personal data is shared with the responsible persons and organizers listed on our website. The members of our organization team are in charge of registration, the organization and the execution of the camp. Additionally we use external service providers for tasks and services we cannot appropriately conduct ourselves. These are listed below.
Any other forwarding of data to third parties only occurs if this is required for the execution and organization of the event, if it is required by law, or if you have agreed to this.
3.1. Participant Registration
The delivery service provider is contracted on the base of our rightful interest according to Article 6 (1) f) and an agreement for the processing of personal data on behalf of a controller in accordance with Article 28 (3) p.1 of the GDPR.
The personal data that we received before the 16th of May 2018 was transmitted to the printer for the production of your visitor passes:
Laserline Druckzentrum Berlin GmbH & Co. KG, Scheringstr. 1, 13355 Berlin, Germany, www.laserline.de
This data was collected at registration and was partially adjusted:
No direct personal data is transmitted for catering purposes. Only the sums of the different eating preferences of all participants will be shared with the caterer.
4.1. Usage of our Website
Upon requesting our website, all IP-addresses will be stored anonymously in the access-logs for 60 days. Details of the user of a password protected site are pseudonymized within one day. Error-logs, which record faulty page requests, are deleted after seven days.
4.2. Contact & E-mail
The mail-logs for the delivery of e-mails from the web are pseudonymized within one day and subsequently stored for 60 days.
Mail-logs for the delivery through our mail server is deleted after four weeks. This extended period of storage time is necessary in order to secure the safe functionality of mail-services and avoid junk mail and spam.
If you have reached out to us via e-mail or our contact form, we save this data until we have established an active flow of communication and we have responded to your request and until the data is redundant for the organization of the event.
If you have subscribed to our newsletter all relevant information is saved until you revoke your agreement to this. After you have done so, all data will be deleted immediately.
4.4. Participant registration
All data for registering as a participant is collected and stored for the duration of registration, organization and the execution of the event. All data is pseudonymized after a period of two years subsequent to the end of the event.
All data that we have forwarded to our printing service provider are part of requirements, which the service provider must transmit to the fiscal authorities upon examination (record retention six to 10 years) according to Article 17 (3) b) and e) in the GDPR.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation guarantees you certain rights, which you can claim against us.
If you have given us permission – i.e. by signing up to the newsletter – to use your data, you can object to this at any time. All data processing that we have conducted up to your time of objection remains rightful in this case. To opt out of our e-mail service you can click the link provided in every e-mail that we send you. Or you can send us a message to team(at)typo3camp-berlin(dot)de. When you let us know that you no longer wish to receive any e-mails, we will stop sending messages to your e-mail address.
You have no duty or obligation to provide us with any personal data. However, with no information we are unable to offer you our services or the participation of our event.
We do not use any automatized decision making that limits you or has any regulating effects.
A browser cookie is a small piece of data that is stored on your device. Through the source established by the cookie, certain information can flow. Cookies cannot operate any programs or transmit a virus on your device. They serve to make the internet more user friendly and more effective.
Through these cookies we receive information about your browser type, its version, the URL-click stream (order of our webpages that you view), the date and time of your visit, as well as the cookie number. We do not receive names, postal address, e-mail address or IP-address of our users. The immediate cookies placed by T3CB only serve statistical purposes, so that we can learn things such as which contents are most popular and to make our website more user-friendly.
Through these statistical findings about the browser and system we can also optimize our website design. Moreover we always aim to offer our users relevant content and services. For these purposes we and our partners analyze the information contained in log files and cookies automatically.
8.2. Use of Matomo
Our website uses Matomo, a web and mobile analytics software, to analyze the use of our site so we can continuously improve our website and make it more interesting for you. The legal basis for our use of Matomo is Article 6 (1) p.1 (f) of the GDPR.
For this evaluation, cookies are saved on your computer. The collected information is stored exclusively on the server of the responsible party. You can stop the evaluation by deleting the existing cookies and by changing the settings in your browser so that no additional cookies are saved on your device. We want to point out that you might not be able to fully use our website if you choose to do so.
8.3. Google Maps
8.4. Social Media
We do not use so-called “social plugins”.
We take all precautions we can for your safety and the security of your data. Your questions and comments on data security are very important to us, please feel free to message us on team(at)typo3camp-berlin(dot)de.
Berlin, May 2018
Send us an email to team(at)typo3camp-berlin(dot)de. You can also reach us via Twitter and Facebook of course.
Contact person for all questions regarding sponsoring is Hannes Gräf.