As of May 25 2018, the GDPR applies, a new regulation within the EU for data protection that replaces the Personal Data Act (PUL). GDPR means greater rights for you to decide how your personal data is handled. Read more about the data protection law here.
Tempo Documentary Festival uses various digital tools for administration, mailings and communication activities. As part of this, we collect and store personal information in the form of email addresses, names and in some cases telephone numbers.
We store information to be able to inform audiences, customers and partners about Tempo Documentary Festival's activities and the target groups for the information are current customers, previous visitors to the festival, documentary enthusiasts and the industry. The information registered for by our newsletter may also be used for marketing purposes as well as for follow-up and development of Tempo Documentary Festival and related activities.
In no context do we share this information with third parties.
The Festival Director is responsible for personal data.
If you unsubscribe from our mailings, we will delete your personal information.
You have the right to request information, free of charge, about what personal information we have about you. In that case, send a request to our postal address. You also have the right to have your personal data corrected or deleted.