We value your privacy just as we do our own. We never sell or share any of your data, unless we are legally bound to do so, and even then, only to regulate your membership in the Croatian Tango Dancers Association. Here’s some information on what data we collect and process, how and why. Please don’t hesitate to contact us at any time at info@summertango.com.

In a nutshell

If you want to register, you'll need to enter some personal data.
We collect your personal data because Croatian law dictates it’s necessary to become our Member. We have to keep it for years.
Your emails are safe with us
We contact you only if you registered this year and have inquiries or info regarding your registrations. We will only contact you from @summertango.com addresses!
We have to store and process your data.
We need your consent to all data storage and processing, in order to become a member and attend the festival.
We take all security precautions and promise not to mishandle your data.
We keep your data safe and never sell it to anyone. Details are written below.

Data collection, processing, and privacy statement

The Mediterranean Summer Tango Festival (Festival) organising team (Team), consisting of individuals form the Croatian Tango Dancers Association (Association) is providing the festival and all related activities as a service exclusively for the Association Members (Member/s). Therefore, it isn’t possible to participate at the Festival without becoming the Association Member. The Association Membership (Membership) lasts from the moment of registration until the end of the calendar year. An individual can become the Association Member by applying in written form, or by registering for the Festival via online registration form, available at this url:
https://www.summertango.com/register (Registration Url)

The details, obligations, and rights of the Association Members, as well as methods of starting and cancelling a Membership, are explained in the Association Statues, available online and in written form by request. By Croatian Law, we are required to collect and process some personal data from members, and details on this data can be obtained by request (contacts written below).

All electronically transmitted data at the Registration Url is transferred encrypted using the most secure SSL technology, and is stored behind servers with a high level of breach-resistant security measures.

The personal data collected about the Member is used only by the Association and is never transferred, sold or exchanged with anyone except for the membership processing purposes and web site security reasons. This data is handled by the Association staff, our accounting and legal partners, and stored on European servers by our internet hosting provider. Details of those entities, serving as Data Processors, can be obtained at a member’s request. All our partners have declared themselves GDPR-compliant and we accept those statements as true. In case of any breach or misus, we will immediately notify the relevant Data Protection Agencies.

Your rights

At any moment, the Member may contact the Association in written form or by email, to inquire about the personal data stored and processed about them, to ask for any information or to file a complaint. The Association will respond at the first opportunity, and within legal deadlines.
The Association contacts:
Croatian Tango Dancers Association
Božidara Magovca 55, 10000 Zagreb
OIB: 15851386318 (association ID number)

Data collected

Full name
Date of birth
Full address, city and country of residence
Email address, to serve as the only communication channel between the Association and Member
Personal ID or document number
Log of registration system activity, for security and audit reasons.

Consent

Dancers who apply for the festival are required to enter their email address, because email is the only way the Association communicates with the Members. Still, an explicit consent is required during registration, and is a blocking pre-requisite to becoming a Member. A Member can request to not be contacted regarding the particular matter, but the Association reserves the right to contact the Member by email regarding their Membership.

Data deletion and complaints

The Croatian General Tax Law, Section 66, Article 17, requires the Team to keep Members’ data for 10 years, following the start of an individual’s Membership. All non-essential data can be requested for deletion by the Member, in written form by email to info@summertango.com. This is also the primary contact for all complaints and inquiries.

Legitimate interest

The Team reserves the right to contact the Member for inquiries related to the Association, Festival and Membership, and to keep all data required for the Membership and Festival participation.

Cookies

Cookies are small packets of data, stored in the web site visitor’s browser, which websites use to keep info on the user, their preferences, activity on the website and similar. On this website, cookies are used for tracking traffic on the website, and for security reasons. These cookies can be refused by the web site visitor.
We only use Google Analytics’ cookies as an external tool for usage tracking. No social network integration is used or allowed on our website.
However, cookies are essential for the registration system’s functionality and security, and it is impossible to participate at the festival without becoming the Association Member. The registration cookies are removed after the process is complete. The Member can ask all registration system usage log referring to them to be deleted.

Photos and videos of participants at the event

The primary activity of the Association is promoting the dance culture and Argentine tango to everyone. Therefore, we consider it a legitimate interest to take photos and videos at all official events, listed in the official schedule, of all participants and use those photos for promotion purposes.

A participant keeps their right for their photo to be taken down by written request to info@summertango.com. This does not extend to video materials or photos made by unofficial photographers, as well as personal photos of other participants.

If a participant requests legal advice or help, the Association will provide any and all help it can and is allowed by law.