GDPR is Europe's data privacy and security law that was put into effect on May 25, 2018.
It imposes obligations on organizations worldwide, if they target or collect data related to people in the EU.
This document is intended to convey general information for event organizers who
need to have a general understading on GDPR. Please read the Disclaimer.
For accurate information check for the official GDPR publications. See the General data protection regulation
Data processing has to be done according to seven protection and accountability principles
Eventact is an online event managementplatform for event organizers. Eventact applications, websites and online service ( the "system" or "eventact platform") allow our customers, event organizers (hereinafter: the "organizers") to create event websites, registration forms and various other forms, build event applications, build social communities around events, collect paymnets , promote events, invite and register potenital event guests, check-in event guests, send e-mail, SMS and push messages to event participants and potential event participants (hereinafter: "participants")
The the event organizer as a Data Controller is resposible for GDPR compliance. Eventact, As a Data Processor can assist event organizers to comply with GDPR by providing tools and applications that enable secure data managment, enable participants to perform actions that are required by GDPR, provide avidence for cocent. ways to publish
When using Eventact event applications, event websites or browsing our website, information may be collected about the way you access , use and interact with features in the system, the device users use, the location of the computer through which users accessed the system , its IP address and more (hereinafter: the "Information"). EventAct may store the information in its servers.
This document is intended to convey general information only, and should only be used as a starting point in your understanding of issues relating to events and GDPR. This is not intended as legal advice, nor is it meant to convey legal facts or opinions. The contents of this document should not be relied upon in any particular situation, and the information presented here is not guaranteed to be correct, complete or up-to-date. No action should be taken in reliance on the information found here, and Eventact disclaims all liability with respect to any acts or omissions based on the contents of this document. You should consult a licensed attorney or regulatory expert to discuss your specific legal, compliance and GDPR-related issues.