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OVERVIEW

In this document we (Tastatur und Maus e. V., Landstraße 35, 69502 Hemsbach) inform you as controller according to art. 4 para 7 GDPR about the collection and use of personal data when

a) Visiting our website (“Website”) available on https://revision-party.net; and
b) Attending our “Revision” demoparty event happening in Saarbrücken around Easter each year.

“Personal Data” is all data relating to you, e.g. name, address, e-mail address, and further information such as user behavior. For an exact definition of the term, see art. 4 no. 1 GDPR.

WEBSITE VISITS

  1. Website Visits in General
    1. When using the Website merely for information purposes, meaning when you don’t register or transmit to us information another way, we collect only the personal data that your browser transmits to our server. When you peruse our Website, we collect the following data that is technically necessary to display the Website and to ensure stability and security (legal basis is our legitimate interest in the flawless and secure functionality of the Website according to art. 6 para 1 s. 1 lit. f GDPR):
      • IP address;
      • Date and time of the request;
      • Time zone difference to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT);
      • Content of the request (concrete web page);
      • Access status/HTTP status code;
      • Respectively transmitted data volume;
      • Website from which the request originates;
      • Used browser incl. language and version;
      • Operating system (OS) of the used device and its surface.
    2. In addition to the previously mentioned data, the following transient and persistent cookies are stored on your computer when using the Website:
      • Transient cookies: These cookies are automatically deleted when you close the browser. This applies i.e. to session cookies that store a so-called Session ID with which several requests from your browser can be assigned to the same session. In doing so, your computer can be recognized when you return to the Website. Session cookies are deleted when you close the browser.
      • Persistent cookies: These cookies are automatically deleted after a predefined time that can vary from cookie to cookie. You can delete cookies in your browser’s settings at any time. You can configure your browser settings according to your liking and, e.g., deny the acceptance of third-party cookies or of cookies altogether. In such a case you might not be able to use all functions of the Website though.
  2. Registration Form for Attending Revision
    We provide a form on https://2020.revision-party.net through which anyone can announce their attendance of the respectively upcoming edition of Revision, and, in doing so, indicate their handle, demogroups and country of residence. The use of the form is voluntary. If you prefer not to use it, just don’t. When using it, our legal basis for listing your indicated information is your consent acc. to art. 6 para 1 s. 1 lit. a GDPR.
  3. Contacting Us
    When you contact us (e.g. via e-mail or contact form), indicating any of your data is voluntary as far as we do not need it to fulfill or answer your request. We store said data to handle your request and potential follow-up questions.
    When contacting us, depending on your given data, different data categories are collected. The legal basis for using this service is, depending on your type of inquiry, art. 6 para 1 s. 1 lit. a (your consent) or lit. b (our having to process your data to fulfill our duties towards you) GDPR.
  4. YouTube Videos (Extended-Privacy Mode)
    We embed YouTube videos on the Website to demonstrate our products that are hosted by the YouTube in the USA, YouTube being a subsidiary of Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. The videos are embedded using the so-called Extended Privacy option (information on that is available here: https://support.google.com/ youtube/answer/171780?hl=de). With this option activated, cookies are only set on your device, and your personal data is only collected when you click on the video.
    If after said first click you click on any YouTube video embedded on the Website, Google stores in the mentioned cookie an abundance of data (e.g. device-based information, logfiles, location-based information, application identifiers, and visits of websites using Google advertising services) and processes it e.g. for the provision and maintenance of the services, development of new services, and provision of customized content (advertisements and search results). The data collected through the cookies is usually transferred to a Google server in the USA and stored there. The compliance with data protection standards and your rights is ensured by Google’s certificate and the EU-US Privacy Shield.
    Google transmits data to third parties as far as a respective consent has been declared, as it is required by law or third parties process said data on Google’s behalf.
    You can prevent storing of the Google cookies through a pertaining setting in your browser. This might limit the functionality of the YouTube videos and Google services. Further information is available in the Google Privacy Statement.
    Using the YouTube video function is voluntary. Legal basis of processing your data is art. 6 para 1 s. 1 lit. a GDPR.
  5. Google Analytics
    On this Website we use Google Analytics run by Google LLC, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA to analyze website traffic. Google uses the data collected to track and monitor the use of our Website. This data is shared with other Google services. Google may use the collected data to contextualize and personalize the ads of its own advertising network.
    You can opt-out of having made your activity on the Service available to Google Analytics by installing the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on. The add-on prevents the Google Analytics JavaScript (ga.js, analytics.js, and dc.js) from sharing information with Google Analytics about visits activity.
    For more information on the privacy practices of Google, please visit the Google Privacy & Terms web page: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en
  6. Google Maps
    This Website embeds maps using the Google Maps API run by Google LLC (address as mentioned above) in order to visualize geographic information. When visiting web pages with embedded Google Maps, your geolocation is collected and transmitted to a Google server in the USA in order to display route options to certain locations. Further information on the data processed in doing so is available in Google’s Privacy Policy on Google Maps (https://www.google.com /intl/en_en/help/terms_maps/). In Google’s Privacy options you can alter your settings in order to prevent the collection of said data. Legal basis for the use of Google Maps is our interest in showing you where our events are located (art. 6 para 1 s. 1 lit. f GDPR).

REVISION ATTENDANCE

When attending our Revision events, the following processes regarding your personal data may be relevant for you.

  1. Documentation
    We take several measures to document the Revision events and show to the world how awesome Revision is. In the following we enumerate the ways in which we do that, and what channels we use to do it. The legal basis of lawfulness for all these measures is our legitimate interest in documenting and marketing the Revision event series and our efforts as an association to promote the Demoscene according to art. 6 para 1 s. 1 lit. f GDPR.
    At Revision’s current size it is impossible to make 100% sure that you won’t show up on any documentation listed in the following. However, if you are seriously concerned about your privacy and prefer not to show up, your best bet is to both keep your visual appearance low and approach the organizing team and let them know by providing them with your name, handle and a clear picture of you. We will do our best to keep any close-up shots of you out of the Revision documentation that is published. If you happen to be unhappy about certain footage of you afterwards, we’ll do our best to remove it from online media.
    1. Photography
      We have a photographer (Viscid) running around and taking photos of the event and its attendants. This includes portraits of single people and groups. These photographs may be published on our Website and used for follow-up reports in digital and analog form (e.g. for the yearly Revision brochure that we hand out to Revision attendants and to potential sponsors to encourage them to sponsor Revision, and that we offer for download on our Website).
      What we said about how to avoid having your personal data processed applies especially the photography.
    2. Video Feeds
      ​At the Revision location there are various cameras attached to fixed points and mobile cameras moved by our fellow organizers, and both types of cameras film the event to portray a hopefully accurate impression of it.
      1. The fixed cameras film mostly overviews of the hall that don’t allow the identification of individuals but focus on the overall atmosphere, people walking around the hall, standing at the bar, going outside or coming back in etc. Here’s a map of the locations of all fixed cameras so that you can avoid being caught on them as far as possible.
      2. Also, i.e. for special events, we send out certain organizers with mobile cameras to document the respective event. For information on why and how we use this video footage, refer to the following sections.
    3. Live Stream on Twitch
      As many Demosceners and fans of the Demoscene cannot make it to Revision, and as we want to spread the word on how awesome the Demoscene is, we live-stream Revision on the Internet. For this we choose one or several sources of video at any given time and stream it on Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/). Most of the time this live stream will show the currently happening shows on a stage, including the second stage where usually DJs play, or show feeds of the fixed cameras that hardly allow identification of individuals. It is, however, possible that you as an individual are recognizable on the stream.
      If you prefer not to be identified on the live stream, please stay away from any location where anything of interest is currently happening, i.e. the main and second stage.
    4. Seminar Videos
      At Revision we host seminars on various topics and record all seminars for later publication on our Website, YouTube and/or other platforms for long-lasting availability of the knowledge shared at Revision. These videos feature mainly the speaker and may show the audience from behind. Identification of individuals in the audience is theoretically possible but unlikely. If you want to make sure you’re not caught on seminar video footage, avoid turning around towards the cameras.
    5. Attendance in Focus Events
      Certain events, i.e. the ones happening on either of the Revision stages, deserve special attention. That’s why we record these events, meaning basically anything happening on stage, e.g. compos, Opening or Prizegiving Ceremonies, Shader Showdowns, the Meteoriks awards show, live acts, DJs playing etc., and special events happening elsewhere, e.g. the 5K Run and our sponsors’ live streams (“Focus Events”). This footage we may publish on our Website, YouTube or other platforms after the event is over.
      If you prefer not to be part of the documentation of the Focus Events, please stay away from the locations of interest during the mentioned events, e.g. don’t come up on stage, don’t dance right in front of the DJ desk, don’t partake in the 5K Run, etc.
  2. Photo Wall
    Near the Info Desk at the entrance, we have the Photo Wall set up. With this Photo Wall you can take photos of yourself and your friends. These photos are going to be published on our Website for documentation purposes. The use of the Photo Wall is, of course, completely voluntary. If you don’t want to be part of it, just don’t use it.
  3. Social Media Posts
    Before, during and after each Revision event, we publish photos and links to videos of the event on various social media platforms, i.e. Facebook, Twitter
  4. User Account in Partymeister
    We use a system called “Partymeister” to administer basically all content involved in organizing Revision. Part of this system is a user account area where any Revision attendant can (and has to in order to interact with the Revision entries) create a user account, upload and administer their entries to the Revision competitions, and vote for any entries in any of the competitions. You can indicate any pseudonym for your chosen user account and use the system without limitations. We merely need a unique identifier for your interactions with entries to be relatable to a specific user.
  5. Competing
    While voting for any compos is possible with your chosen pseudonym, participating in the competitions is only possible if you indicate your real name and correct address with any entry to the competitions (you are asked for all this in Partymeister when you upload entries). We need this information for accounting and copyright purposes. If you win a prize with your entry you will be asked to come to the stage during the Prizegiving ceremony but if you prefer not to be filmed for this, don’t come to the stage but approach us afterwards to be handed out your prize(s).

All data mentioned in this chapter is archived for indefinite time unless you ask us to remove your personal data, and we are not obliged to store it to comply with legal obligations.

YOUR RIGHTS

You have the following rights regarding your personal data collected by and/or stored with us. You may request Access to your personal data;

  • Rectification of your wrong personal data;
  • Restriction of processing and
  • Erasure of your personal data (unless we’re legally obliged to keep it stored, in which we will keep it stored until the obligation is void).
  • You may object to processing, and
  • Have the right to data portability.

To exercise any of the above-mentioned rights please send us an e-mail to privacy@revision-party.nett. You may furthermore lodge a complaint about our processing your personal data with a supervisory authority.

CHANGES TO THIS PRIVACY POLICY

We may update this Privacy Policy from time to time. You can always figure out the status of the current policy on this page.