Exoscale - Akenes SA
Route de Marcolet 39
1023 Crissier Switzerland
This privacy notice tells you what to expect when we collect personal information. It applies to information we collect about:
When someone visits containerstack.net, we rely on cookies, server logs and web analytics providers to automatically collect basic information about the visitor. This includes information such as the IP address you connected from, the user agent of your browser and which page you requested. We use this information to monitor the security, performance and health of our systems.
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When you subscribe to our newsletter you accept we may write you from time to time to update you on the conference and send you promotional and marketing content.
In no case your data will be transferred to other 3rd parties or sponsors for marketing use.
You will be able to unsubscribe in any moment by clicking on the link at the bottom of our newsletter, and we will keep the overall communication in reasonable amount.
When someone registers for one of our conferences, we collect personal information in the form of billing details to fulfill your order. This information includes your full name, email address, company name, company address, phone number and VAT number.
The information mentioned above is used for our financial records, and to provide you with an invoice.
In cases where we don’t receive payment for a registration, we may contact you via the email provided to send payment reminders and assist with fulfilling your order.
Once your registration is paid for, you are given access to distribute a number of tickets to the people who should attend the conference. When you provide us with the personal information to complete registration for the attendees you have paid for, we use that information to both send the attendees their tickets and important pre-conference information and grant them access to the conference. The personal information collected for this purpose is described in greater detail in the section People who attend our conferences. You should make sure that you have permission to provide us with this information, and that it is correct.
In some cases, a company may ask us to create the registration for them. This usually pertains to group registrations when a company purchases many tickets, or when a number of conference tickets are part of a contracted agreement. In such cases, we may receive the personal information of attendees through different channels. For instance, a company’s HR department may send us an email or a file containing the details of the 20 people who will attend the conference from their company. In this case, we would process that information through our admin interface to create a registration, generate an invoice, send tickets to, and grant access to the conference for those 20 attendees.
This process for group registrations is only performed when requested by our customers. Again, you should make sure that you have permission to provide us with this information, and that it is correct.
If you have received a ticket for one of our conferences, we store the personal information about you, which was either provided by you or someone from your organization who gave us permission to provide us this information.
This information includes your full name and email address which we require to send your ticket and grant you access to the conference. Additional information associated with your ticket is requested but not required. This includes job title, company name, company address, phone number and Twitter handle. We ask for the additional optional information because it helps us better understand the composition of our conference attendees and ensure the high quality of the overall event experience is relevant to our audience. For example, we ask for your job title to confirm that we include content in the program that is relevant to your job role. We may also ask for your dietary restrictions and preferences to ensure we order appropriate food in the right quantities. We may also use your contact information including email address, company address and phone number to contact you with important information related to the conference or in case of emergencies.
At the conference, we print badges that will include your name and company name – and your Twitter handle if provided – in plain text. We do this to ensure on-site access control to our event. In order to receive your conference badge and enter the event, we require photo identification to confirm you are registered to attend the conference during the check-in process.
Leading up to the conference, you may receive emails that include practical information related to the conference including registration hours, links to additional social events and new speaker announcements. After the conference, you may receive an email requesting event feedback and including links to watch conference videos online. Emails both before and after the conference may also contain information about upcoming free community events and other information relevant for conference attendees.
Each of our marketing communications provide you with the options to unsubscribe or alter your communication preferences. You do have the option to unsubscribe from the practical information emails but we strongly encourage you to keep this subscription so we can email you with important practical information for you as an attendee of the conference.
During the conference, your personal information will be temporarily stored on our on-site registration system so we can print out your badge and grant you access to the conference. Once the conference is over, your personal information will be deleted from the devices we use for on-site registration.
Your picture may be taken during the event and published on our social and marketing channels. Please make yourself known to the Containerstack team if you do not wish to have your picture taken during the event. If you find an unwanted picture of yourself on any of our channels, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the link to the photo and we will take it down.
When you are speaking at one of our conferences, we may need some personal information in order to communicate with you, arrange travel and accommodation, and ensure other practical details related to your appearance at our conference.
This information includes your full name, email, phone number and country of residence. We may share this information with third parties when it is required for fulfilling our agreement with you. For instance, we may need to share your name and email with a hotel to book a room for you during the conference.
We may also need some information in order to publish and market your talk on our website. This information includes your name, company name, profile picture, speaker bio, social media profile links, links to your blog(s) or website(s) as well as the title and description for the talk(s) and/or workshop(s) you will perform at our conference.
If you provide consent, we may record your talk at the conference and collect your slides to publish on our website. We may also publish the recorded video of your talk on our YouTube channel and also promote the video of your talk through various social media channels.
Your picture may be taken during the event and published on our social and marketing channels. Please make yourself known to the Containerstack team if you do not wish to have your picture taken during the event. If you find an unwanted picture of yourself on our channels, please email us at email@example.com with a link to the image and we will take it down.
When you sign on as a partner of Containerstack conferences, we collect personal information in the form of billing details to issue your invoice as per the terms of the partnership agreement. This information includes name, email, company name, company address, phone number and VAT number. In cases where we don’t receive payment, we may send you payment reminders or reach out to assist with finalising the partnership deal.
We also collect the names, emails and phone numbers of the contact person/s representing our partners (such as the event manager). This is so we can fulfill our obligations detailed in your partnership contract and keep you informed about key dates and deliverables.
If your partnership deal contains conference tickets or exhibitor passes, you can refer to the People who register for our conferences section for specific information related to registration.
After the conference, we will reach out to you to ask for additional, optional feedback and/or a testimonial, along with the details of upcoming Containerstack Conferences. You can let us know anytime if you want to opt out of these communications. For more information, you can refer to the Your Rights section of this policy.
Complaints or queries We are committed to using best practices to ensure our responsibility when collecting and using personal information, and we take any complaints related to data privacy very seriously. If you think our collection and use of data is unfair, misleading or inappropriate, we encourage you to contact us writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Access to your data You have a right to know which information we store and process about you, where it came from, what we use it for and who we share it with.
You have a right to have incorrect or incomplete information about you corrected or deleted.
You can exercise these rights by contacting us, and we will do what we can to satisfy your request in a timely manner. For your protection, we may need to verify your identity before responding to your request, such as verifying that the email address from which you send the request matches your email address that we have on file.
In some cases we may not be able to delete your information if we have another legitimate reason preventing us from doing so, such as the obligation to keep financial records for a certain period of time. Please contact us with any questions or concerns about this.