The World Scout Foundation -WSF- (the «Foundation», “we”, “us” and “our”) undertakes to protect the privacy of any users who access the website http://www.worldscoutfoundation.org (the «Website»). The contents of the Website are owned, operated, licensed or controlled by the Foundation.
The user can browse and use the Website without having to provide any personal data. The Foundation will only have access to personal data which have been voluntarily supplied by users through the forms provided, or by contacting the Foundation by e-mail or through any other means provided on the Website. If the Website collects personal data through cookies, the user will be adequately informed through the Cookies Policy and, as the case may be, by any other means required by applicable law.
2. Data controller
According to current regulations, the user is informed that the personal data collected through this Website will become part of a file owned by the World Scout Foundation, a Swiss foundation with address at rue de la Navigation 1, 1201 Geneva (Switzerland).
Financial information connected to payments may be collected or stored by a third-party payment processor and is subject to their terms and policies.
Any other purpose shall be communicated to users before processing personal data.
4. Transfer to third parties
User’s data will be treated with utmost confidentiality and in compliance with the applicable security measures.
5. Children’s Privacy
The Foundation recognizes the privacy interests of children and we encourage parents and guardians to take an active role in their children’s online activities and interests. This Website is not intended for children under the age of 18. The Foundation does not target its services or this Website to children under 18 and the Foundation does not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from children under the age of 18.
6. Security measures
The Foundation adopts the technical and organizational measures which are necessary to maintain the level of security required for personal data being processed. The Foundation has also the necessary mechanisms in place to prevent, to the extent possible, any unauthorized accesses, thefts, illicit modifications and losses of data.
In compliance with current regulations, the Foundation undertakes to fulfil its obligation of secrecy regarding the personal data that users provide while browsing through the Website and its duty to keep and store said data confidential.
8. Third party data
In the event that users provide the Foundation with personal data of a third party, they guarantee having obtained said third party’s prior consent and having informed them beforehand of the conditions and purposes for which the Foundation may use their personal data. Users must prove that consent have been obtained.
9. Data quality
Data provided by users must be accurate and truthful. In any case, users have the obligation to notify the Foundation of any changes to their data in order to keep said data up to date at all times.
10. Rights of data subjects
At any time, users may exercise the rights of access, rectification, deletion, restriction, data portability and opposition to the data processing under the terms set out in the current legislation, by sending a written communication to [email protected] , together with a copy of their identity document and specifying the right exercised.
In any case, the Foundation will only retain users’ data during the time period necessary to fulfill the intended purposes. Unless applicable law regulates otherwise, personal data will be blocked when they are no longer needed for the purposes for which they were collected.
Updated and published on 24th May 2018