Privacy Statement

By registering for an ACREW event or service the user grants ACREW permission to use their personal data. Data protection will comply to the new GDPR regulations.

The following data protection provisions inform the user on how ACREW uses the user’s personal data and how it guarantees data protection. These data protection provisions apply to all ACREW products and services. The subject matter of these provisions is the collection, processing and use of personal data whenever the user uses ACREW products or services.

The user declares his agreement with these data protection provisions by registering with ACREW for the purpose of using ACREW products or services.

(1) Collection of personal data

Personal data is collected is collected, including during customer registration and newsletter subscription. Personal data includes any data which indicates the identity of the person to whom it relates, or which can be used to identify that person.

ACREW may also collect data concerning the user’s use of ACREW websites and services. If the user uses websites or ACREW products or services, ACREW may record certain information to enable, evaluate and monitor use of the website and the ACREW products and services.

(2) Use of the user’s personal data

ACREW will treat the user’s personal data in confidence and will only make it available insofar as this is permitted by data protection laws and only with written consent of the user.

The personal data collected by ACREW will only be used to execute the agreements concluded with Partners with written consent of the user. ACREW may also use the user’s personal data to communicate with the user if you as a user have decided to give consent. The user’s data may also be processed on servers located abroad.

ACREW may also use data concerning the user’s activity to offer content and advertisements tailored precisely to the user’s interests.

(3) Transfer of the user’s personal data

With the exception of the cases mentioned in this privacy statement, the user’s personal data will not be passed on to third parties without the user’s consent.

Some of ACREW’s services may be offered in conjunction with another company. If the user registers  consent for or uses a service of this type, the other company will also receive the information gathered in connection with this service and required for providing the respective service.

ACREW may also transfer personal information, including the content of the user’s messages, for the following purposes:

  • To meet statutory requirements or in response to complaints or legal proceedings,
  • to protect the rights or property of ACREW and its customers, including the enforcement of agreements or guidelines on the use of the services,
  • to act on the justified assumption that such action is necessary to protect ACREW’s employees, customers or the general public.

(4) Security of the user’s personal data

ACREW accepts responsibility for the security of the user’s personal data. The user’s personal data will be stored in computer systems which only a few selected people are authorized to access.

(6) Withdrawal of consent

Where the user has consented to his data being used, he may withdraw this consent at any time with future effect. In particular, the user may unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time.

(7) Contact and complaints regarding data protection

ACREW takes the user’s data protection concerns seriously. If the user is of the opinion that ACREW has not adhered to these data protection provisions with regard to the user’s personal data, or has further questions on data protection or his saved data, he can contact the ACREW Data Protection Officer through, [email protected]

Individuals have rights to their data which we must respect and comply with to the best of our ability. We must ensure individuals can exercise their rights in the following ways:

  1. Right to be informed 
  2. Right of access
  3. Right to rectification
  4. Right to erasure
  5. Right to restrict processing 
  6. Right to data portability 
  7. Right to object
  8. Rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling