A Organization of the Condor Camp undertakes to comply with the provisions of the General Law on Data Protection (LGPD), and to treat data in a manner consistent with the principles set forth in Article 6:
1. purpose: processing for purposes that are legitimate, specific, explicit and informed to the data subject, without the possibility of further processing in a manner incompatible with these purposes;
2. adequacy2. adequacy: compatibility of the processing with the purposes informed to the data subject, according to the context of the processing;
3. necessity3. necessity: limitation of the processing to the minimum necessary for the achievement of its purposes, with a scope of data that is relevant, proportional and not excessive in relation to the purposes of the data processing;
4. free access4. free access: guarantee, to the data subjects, of easy consultation, free of charge, on the form and duration of the processing, as well as on the completeness of their personal data;
5. quality quality of data5. data quality: guarantee, to the owners, of the accuracy, clarity, relevance and updating of the data, in accordance with the need and for the fulfillment of the purpose of their treatment;
6. transparency6. transparency: guarantee, to the data subject, of clear, precise and easily accessible information concerning the carrying out of the processing and the respective processing agents, observing commercial and industrial secrets;
7. securitysecurity: the use of technical and administrative measures to protect personal data against unauthorized access and accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, communication or disclosure;
8. prevention8. prevention: adoption of measures to prevent damages from occurring as a result of the processing of personal data;
9. no discriminationnon-discrimination: impossibility of processing for illicit or abusive discriminatory purposes;
10. accountability and responsibility accountability10. accountability: demonstration, by the agent, of the adoption of effective measures capable of proving the observance and fulfillment of the personal data protection norms and, even, of the effectiveness of these measures.
The offer of Condor Camp services depends on obtaining some personal data:
For the purpose of selection of participants, identification data, contact, course, test results, professional resume, professional values, and math and English tests will be requested.
For the purpose of controlling selection process bias and evaluating course impact we will additionally ask for degree of familiarity with course subjects, and self-reporting of personality traits, which will not be used in the selection process and will be treated in anonymized form.
To ensure the safety and well-being of the selected participants, data on dietary preferences, health problems, and special needs will be requested in order for us to make the necessary arrangements for the adequacy of the event's infrastructure.
For the purpose of reimbursement of eventual expenses with transportation and air tickets, in case of purchase made by the participant, bank details may be requested for the execution of the due reimbursement.
For promotional, marketing and internal registration purposes of the activities, photographs and filming of the activities may be made. In case a participant does not feel comfortable with his or her exposure, the exclusion of the publications with his or her image may be requested before or after the publication.
For site improvement and dissemination purposes, we collect cookies and other analytical information from site visitors' navigation.
Personal data is anonymized by removing individually identifiable information such as name, age, date of birth, address, and contact information. Anonymized data is stored and used for research and quality control purposes.
Data Collection and Ownership
The collection of data from the holder may be done by the organizers and facilitators of Condor Camp through written forms or through digital systems in a transparent way to the participants.
The database formed through the Condor Camp data collection is the property and responsibility of the Condor Camp organization and Rethink Priorities. The information that personally identifies users will not be sold, traded or rented to third parties, being its access or sharing, when necessary, made upon authorization of the data owner.
Purpose and processing of personal data
Personal data will be processed by Condor Camp for the purposes of selecting participants, monitoring and evaluating the performance and impact of its pedagogical, academic and administrative activities.
The possible treatments, with due legal support, carried out by the organization are: access, storage, archiving, collection, communication, control, diffusion, distribution, elimination, extraction, processing, transfer, transmission and use.
The collection, use and storage of personal data has the following purposes
- Carry out the selection of Condor Camp participants;
- Maintain communication before, during and after the event for follow-up purposes, if so desired by the holder;
- Carry out statistical analysis and studies for monitoring purposes, quality control and impact assessment of the activities;
- Record activities for accountability and reporting purposes;
- Promote Condor Camp's current and future activities by email, on its website and in social networks;
- Ensure the safety and well-being of the participants;
- Collaborate with or comply with court order or request by authorities.
Sharing of personal data
Data collected, properly anonymized if personal, may be shared with Rethink Priorities and other organizations that assist Condor Camp in its mission to promote Effective Altruism, and awareness about protecting the future of humanity. Identified personal data will not be shared without specific consent from the data subjects.
Security in the treatment of the user's personal data
Condor Camp is responsible for maintaining sufficient security, technical and administrative measures to protect the personal data of the Holder and the National Authority for Data Protection (ANPD), notifying the holder in the event of any security incident that may lead to risk or relevant damage, according to Article 48 of Law No. 13,709/2020.
To ensure security, solutions will be adopted that take into consideration: the appropriate techniques; the costs of implementation; the nature, scope, context and purposes of the processing; and the risks to the rights and freedoms of the user.
Considering that no security system is infallible, the Condor Camp disclaims any responsibility for any damage and / or damage resulting from failures, viruses or invasions of the database of Condor Camp, except in cases where it has intent or guilt.
Finally, the organization of Condor Camp undertakes to treat the personal data of participants with confidentiality, within the legal limits.
End of Data Treatment
Condor Camp is allowed to keep and use the personal data of participants during the entire period signed for the purposes listed in this term and even after its end for study purposes, provided that in an anonymized form.
In terms of art. 17 of the General Law of Protection of Personal Data, every natural person is assured the ownership of their personal data and guaranteed the fundamental rights of freedom, intimacy and privacy.
Rights of the holder
The data subject is any natural person to whom the data that is subject to processing relates. According to Article 18 of the LGPD, the data subject's rights are guaranteed:
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