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When does this Privacy Notice apply?
This Privacy Notice applies to Personal Data you voluntarily provide to ”BerLearn”, or is automatically collected by ”BerLearn”.
Who we are
The data controller of berlearn.com and its associated websites and social media accounts is Olla Jongerius, Gruenbergerstr 49, 10245, Berlin, Germany (‘BerLearn’, “we”, “us”).
What does BerLearn do with my Personal Data?
Trainers, coaches and consultants tribe will process the Personal Data provided hereunder only as set out hereafter:
Processing your application for joining our events, slack group and membership, and granting you access.
Storage, analysis and transfer of your website and/or LinkedIn/Xing or CV to Data Recipients ).
Upon receiving a request to join a paid membership, workshop or in case of applying for a job, we collect your name, email, Linkedin/Xing or resume for the purpose of issuing you an invoice or connecting you to the potential client if your profile fits the requirements. After 13 months, these files will be automatically deleted.
BerLearn will have to comply with all applicable laws and regulations, including, but not limited to those of the European Union and Germany. For this reason we may have to collect, process and retain your details for an extended period of time as a legal obligation (Art 6(1)c, GDPR).
Your IP address and your page requests are stored in log files for a duration of maximum 14 days on our servers for the reason of preventing fraud, abuse, and security incidents, as well as monitoring the performance of our servers. After 14 days, these log files will be automatically deleted. This constitutes a legitimate interest (Art 6(1)f) under the GDPR.
Contact by e-mail
If you contact us by e-mail, the data you give us will be stored so that we can take care of your request and respond to you if necessary. This is your e-mail address and usually your name, if you have told us, but also any other contact information you give us, as well as your request to contact us. Of course, this applies to all contacts, not only those in connection with data protection. Once we no longer need this information to help you, we will delete it within a few days. There is only one exception: we have to store some information because the law requires us to do so (e.g. because of commercial storage obligations). In these cases, however, we limit the processing and access to your data as far as possible. For the sake of completeness, we would like to point out that unencrypted e-mails are not completely protected from unauthorized access by third parties.
If you register for an event with us, we ask you to register through Meetup, Eventbrite, Facebook or Typeform (see Data Processors) so we can plan our events accordingly and make your visit to our events the best possible experience. We may also contact you leading up to the event to remind you or to update you on the latest details, and we may also add you to the newsletter after the event to share relevant information. This data is considered to be processed under the legal base or Article 6b, performance of a contract. We will delete this data within 183 days after the conclusion of the event. At our events, we may also take photos for promotional purposes. You can at all times object to this. If you don’t object, we will process these under Article 6(1)f, legitimate interest. Our legitimate interest is the promotion of our events and activities.
We also use the web analysis tool Google Analytics. Google evaluates the user behaviour on this website on our behalf. This allows us to track how long a visitor stays on our website and exactly which pages he has visited. This way we can see which of our sites are the most popular and which we can make even better. The IP address is also shortened via Google, but only in exceptional cases in the USA. As a rule, the reduction takes place on servers within the EU or other signatory states to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. According to Google, the complete IP address transmitted will not be merged with any other data that Google holds about you.
You can prevent Google Analytics from saving cookies by disabling cookies in your browser settings. This can also be done in modern browsers exclusively for berlearn.com. For the exact settings, please consult the help and support area of your browser provider. There are also two other ways you can tell Google Analytics not to store cookies on your computer. First, you can download a free browser plugin here and install it. However, this only works if you visit this page via a desktop browser. If you visit us mobile, you can also have an Opt-out-Cookie set, which also prevents tracking. However, remember that you must do this again on every device you use to visit us, and also every time you have deleted your cookies in the meantime.
Your rights as a data subject
You can request from Trainers, coaches and consultants tribe at any time information about which Personal Data BerLearn processes about you and the correction or deletion of such Personal Data. Please note, however, that BerLearn can delete your Personal Data only if there is no statutory obligation or prevailing right of BerLearn to retain it.
If BerLearn uses your Personal Data based on your consent or to perform a contract with you, you may also request a copy of the Personal Data that you have provided to Olla Jongerius. In this case, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and specify the information or processing activities to which your request relates. Trainers, coaches and consultants tribe will carefully consider your request and discuss with you how it can best fulfill it.
Furthermore, you can request that we restrict your Personal Data from any further processing if:
You are contesting the accuracy of the Personal Data we hold about your, for as long as we need to verify this claim.
If you believe the processing of the data is unlawful, but you oppose the erasure of the data and request restriction of processing instead.
If we no longer need your Personal Data for the original purpose, but you need them for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims.
If you have objected to the use of your data according to Art. 21 GDPR, while we verify if our legitimate grounds for processing your data override yours.
Please direct any such request to email@example.com
Right to lodge a complaint
We encourage you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a privacy related concern. You have the right to lodge a complaint about the improper processing/usage of your personal data by us with our supervisory authority, or with the data protection authority of the European member state you live or work in. The details of the supervisory authority responsible for Berlin, Germany are:
Berliner Beauftragte für Datenschutz und Informationsfreiheit
Phone: 030/138 89-0
Use of this website by children
This website is not intended for anyone under the age of 16 years. If you are younger than 16, you may not register with or use this website.
Links to other websites
This website may contain links to foreign (meaning BerLearn companies and organisation) websites. BerLearn is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of websites other than BerLearn. Therefore, we recommend that you carefully read the privacy statements of such foreign sites.
Data Transfer To Third Parties
We transfer your data to service providers who support us in the operation of our website and the associated processes. This transference is made under the scope of a data processing agreement in accordance to Art. 28 GDPR. Our service providers are bound to us by strict instructions and contractual obligations. In some cases, we may transfer personal data to third countries outside the EU. In each case, we ensure an appropriate level of data protection according to European standards. In the case of Google Analytics (USA), an appropriate level of data protection is ensured by the corresponding participation in the EU-US Privacy Shield Agreement (Art. 45 para. 1 GDPR).
Processing Of Your Data
We process personal data (e. g. name, e-mail-address and years of experience) in order to establish and maintain contact to external parties such as potential partners, providers or consultants. You have either provided your contact details yourself or we gathered them from external sources such as your company website, events attendance, LinkedIn or Xing. The data processing is based on Art. 6 Para. 1 lit f GDPR and in the interests of lead generation and customer relationship management. The data will be deleted after 25 months when it is no longer necessary for the purpose and if there is no legal obligation for storage of data. We transfer your data to service providers who support us in the operation of our website and the associated processes. This transference is made under the scope of a data processing agreement in accordance to Art. 28 GDPR. Our service providers are bound to us by strict instructions and contractual obligations. In some cases, we may transfer personal data to third countries outside the EU. In each case, we ensure an appropriate level of data protection according to European standards.
For the provision of our service, we make use of the following external service providers with whom we have concluded a Data Protection Agreement:
Vultr Holdings Corporation, New Jersey, USA. Used as virtual hosting provider for our website, data stored in Europe.
Slack Technologies Inc, California, USA. For the provision of the Slack group. Data is exported to the USA under the EU-US Privacy Shield. More information on the EU-US privacy shield can be found here on the website of the EU-US Privacy Shield and here on the website of the European Commission.
Eventbrite. We participate in and comply with the EU-U.S. and Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework as set forth by the US Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of Personal Data (defined in Section 2.1) transferred from European Economic Area (“EEA”) member countries, Switzerland and the United Kingdom (UK) to the United States. You can find out more about our commitment to the EU-U.S. and Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework in our Privacy Shield Notice.