DC Conference & Association Management (DCC&A) is aware of its obligations under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and is committed to processing data securely and transparently. This privacy notice sets out, in line with GDPR, the types of personal data that we collect and process about our event participants and stakeholders. It also sets out how we use that information and other relevant information about your data.
Australia operates under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), as amended, and the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches), 2017. The objective of these is to protect the right of the individual to privacy of their information.
Europe operates under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679). The GDPR aims primarily to give protection to citizens over their personal data.
We are committed to protecting the privacy of all personal data you provide us for this event registration. The following statements describe what we are doing with your data, how long we store it so you are fully informed prior to you submitting your personal information for event registration.
DC Conference & Association Management
Suite 103, Level 1
3-5 West Street
North Sydney NSW 2060
+61 2 9954 4400
+ 61 2 9954 4400
We ask for your personal data to facilitate your registration for the event
Your data will be shared with other organisations and third parties in order to process your registration. These will include:
Your personal data will be retained by us for up to 24 months after the conclusion of this event.
You retain the right to ask us about your personal data at any time. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any inquiries you may have.
The right to forget or anonymise your personal details
You retain the right to request that we forget or anonymise your personal data. If you have attended any event with us, we will retain any financial, tax or event attendance records for reporting reasons, but will remove all personal data from our database, leaving an “anonymised” record for reporting reasons.