Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) respects your privacy and will handle your personal data with care, acting in conformity with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). AUAS has set out in this Privacy Statement how your personal data will be used and what your rights are.
CONTACT DETAILS OF CONTROLLER:
iNDiViDUALS STUDIO is part of Stichting Hogeschool van Amsterdam. Stichting Hogeschool van Amsterdam is the controller for the purposes of processing the personal data and special personal data of iNDiViDUALS STUDIO.
Stichting Hogeschool van Amsterdam
1091 GB Amsterdam
(Postbus 1025, 1000 BA Amsterdam)
DATA PROTECTION OFFICER:
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences has appointed a data protection officer, who ensures that personal data is processed in accordance with the applicable regulations. The data protection officer is registered with the Dutch Data Protection Authority.
- The data protection officer can be reached at:
TYPES OF PERSONAL DATA:
The following personal data and special personal data may be processed by Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences.
- Company (optional)
PURPOSES OF PROCESSING:
Personal data may be processed for the purposes of
- The registration on Livestorm (livestorm.co) for the purpose of receiving the access link to the online premiere
- or downloading The Build-Up PDF
Personal data will only be used for the purposes specified above.
BASES FOR PROCESSING:
AUAS will process your personal data on the basis of the following:
- Your consent to processing in specific situations
AUAS will only process personal data for the purposes for which it has been obtained.
RECIPIENTS OF PERSONAL DATA:
AUAS may instruct other organisations to process personal data on its behalf. In this case, a processing agreement will be concluded which will contain provisions to protect your privacy rights.
AUAS may pass your personal data on to other bodies including the following:
- Livestorm (livestorm.co)
Careful handling of personal data also includes AUAS not retaining this data for longer than is necessary. AUAS observes the relevant statutory obligations and, if the rules are not set down in law, will abide by the 'Universities of Applied Sciences Selection List' of the Netherlands Association of Universities of Applied Sciences.
- All the data will retain until the end of the event. It will be deleted afterwards as soon as possible.
YOUR RIGHT IN RELATION TO THE PROCESSING OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA:
As the owner of your personal data (the 'data subject'), you have the following rights under the GDPR:
- The right to access your personal data:
You can exercise this right by consulting the SIS (Student Information System) or DSPM (Digital Servicepoint for Employees).
If you would like to receive further information on this, please submit a request via
- The right to correct incorrect data (rectification):
You can also exercise this right yourself directly by amending your information in the SIS or DSPM.
If you want to have other data amended, please submit a request via
AUAS cannot deviate from the relevant information recorded at DUO or in the Municipal Personal Records Database (GBA).
- The right to be forgotten (erasure of personal data):
You can submit a request via to have your (surplus) personal data deleted. Such a request cannot be granted if AUAS has an obligation to retain this data.
If the personal data was being processed on the basis of your consent, you can withdraw your consent at any time.
- The right to object to processing:
You can submit an objection via if you believe the processing of your personal data is not legitimate.
- The right to restrict processing:
If you have submitted a request to have data corrected or erased, or have lodged an objection, you can request a temporary suspension of processing.
- The right to data portability:
You can submit a request to receive your personal data in a machine-readable format, or to have it transferred by AUAS to another institution. This is only possible if processing has taken place on the basis of consent or pursuant to an agreement.
You can also submit a complaint to the Dutch DPA via its website.