Last updated: 05/03/2020
UXDX is all about making things easier and engaging for users. Privacy policies are hard to make fun but we've done our best at simplification. Like all companies, we process customer information. UXDX collects, uses and stores information about users of our websites and attendees at our conferences. This means that we process your personal data or information and it is your right to know how we use this information.
As an organisation we will:
We collect information to allow us to carry out the work of UXDX delivering conferences, networking and business development solutions. We never sell your information! Collection falls into a number of categories:
As mentioned above we do not sell your data. However, there are certain circumstances where information is shared:
We publish the attendee lists for our events to enable people to plan and network better at the event. These lists include your name, job title, company and social media links. We never share contact details.
We take photos/videos at our events to share with people who could not attend. There is a chance that you will be visible in these recordings if you attend the event.
We can't afford to run our events without the support of our partners. We use aggregated data to identify the best, and most relevant vendors for our events. We share that aggregated data with potential partners so that they can understand the value as well. We never share contact information with partners.
We will keep your details on file indefinitely as it enables us to understand our past interactions with you and enable us to better tailor our product to you over time.
You have the right to make a Data Subject Access Request to receive a copy of the information we hold about you. No payment is required, and we will provide the information to you within one month of receiving and verifying your request.
To request a copy of the information we hold on you, please email [email protected]
You will need to provide:
We will be completely open about the information we keep on you, but there are certain limits to what we can legally give you access to. For example, we will not give you information:
We will inform you if there is any information that we cannot share with you.
As well as your right to access the information we hold on you by making a Data Subject Access Request, you also have the right to have the information amended, to have it deleted, to have the processing restricted or to object to the processing. This may apply if you believe the information we hold on you is not accurate, untrue or is incomplete. In these circumstances, you should contact us on [email protected].
Firstly, please talk to us and let us know your concerns. We will do our best to resolve any issues that you have.
Lastly, if you are still not happy with how we are dealing with your information, you can write to the Data Protection Commissioner and ask them to look at the procedures we are following. You can contact the Data Protection Commissioner at [email protected]
Further information about the process of making a complaint can be found at: https://www.dataprotection.ie/docs/complaints/1592.htm