Read this document to understand how ICCL (“us”, “we”, etc.) use data to operate our websites and communications.
Why is there no consent banner on your website?
ICCL websites are designed to work without saving any extraneous information, including cookies, on your device. Learn more
(The ePrivacy Directive requires a banner before information is stored on a website or app visitor’s device.)
How and why your data are used by ICCL
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Contacting ICCL about your privacy
You can ask to know what information we have about you, update incorrect information, delete it, object to our use of it, or get a copy of it. You can contact us at email@example.com.
If you’re in the European Union, you also have the right to complain to your local data protection authority (though everyone should have this right).
We’ll update this policy whenever we make material changes to our practices, and we’ll announce it to let you know.
Keeping your visit to ICCL anonymous
ICCL websites use no cookies or other trackers.
We use an anonymous analytics service called Matomo, which we configure to operate with anonymous settings. We host Matomo on our own servers so that no one else learns what you do when you visit us.
ICCL websites display recent tweets, but do so in a manner that prevents any information about you or your device from being visible to Twitter.
Where your data go
ICCL websites are hosted on infrastructure operated on our behalf by Anu Internet Services, which uses servers in the Netherlands.
Membership signup forms are hosted on our behalf by Agitate.ie, which is also hosted in the Netherlands.
If you are a member of ICCL, we keep a record of your membership using Salesforce.
If you ask us to keep in touch with you by email, we will use a company called MailChimp to do so. Every email we send like this includes an unsubscribe link. If you email us we will reply using Microsoft’s Exchange email system.
Some Salesforce, MailChimp, and Microsoft servers are in the United States. If personal data relating to you is transferred to these servers, contractual provisions provide safeguards intended to be equivalent to those provided in the EU (see contracts for MailChimp, Salesforce, and Microsoft).
Note, however, that Microsoft is subject to the US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) and Executive Order (EO) 12333, and may be compelled to transfer data to the US pursuant to a court order or an US intelligence services request.