1. Who is the Data Controller?
2. What are the categories of Personal Data collected and how are they used?
Red Rocks Church uses so-called “cookies” on the Website to improve and personalize your navigational experience. Cookies are pieces of data (small electronic text files) that are stored on the device of the User that contain data of a User or his/her device.
The table below lists the first-party and third-party cookies used by Red Rocks Church on the Website, as well as the Personal Data collected:
|Name||Description||Validity period||Cookie Type||Personal Data Collected|
|_ga||Google Analytics cookies used to:
||2 years from the date it was last refreshed||Third party (Google)||
|_gat||Throttle the request rate||10 minutes||Third party (Google)||None|
|uvc||Update the counter monitoring the sharing of content via social media sites||TO BE COMPLETED||Third party (AddThis)||
|loc||Geolocate, within a State, the people sharing content via social media sites||TO BE COMPLETED||Third party (AddThis)||
|_atuvc||Update the counter monitoring the sharing of content via social media sites||TO BE COMPLETED||Third party (AddThis)||
|__hstc||Enabling to collect user behavior and how the website is being used||2 years||Third party (Siteimprove)||
2.2. Log Files
As is true of most websites, Red Rocks Church gathers, on the Website, certain information automatically and stores it in log files. This information may include IP addresses, browser type, Internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, operating system, date/time stamp, and/or page views, first contact, media, vehicle, localization, last contact, User ID, respondent ID, tags, primary tag.
Red Rocks Church uses this information, which does not usually identify individual users, to analyze trends, to administer the Website, to track users’ movements around the Website and to gather demographic information about Red Rocks Church’s user base as a whole.
2.3. Web Beacons
A web beacon is an electronic image placed on a web page that can serve many of the same purposes as those of cookies such as recording the pages you visit on the Website. Red Rocks Church or its third-party service providers may use web beacons to track the traffic patterns of users from one page to another on the Website.
Red Rocks Church or its third-party service providers may use web beacons in the authorized emails sent to users by or on behalf of Red Rocks Church to identify which emails have been opened by recipients or track click-through rates. This allows Red Rocks Church to gauge the effectiveness of Red Rocks Church communications to users of the Website that subscribed to Red Rocks Church newsletters and Red Rocks Church marketing campaigns, to the exclusion of other purposes.
2.4. Flash LSOs
Red Rocks Church uses local shared objects, also known as Flash cookies, to store your preferences such as volume control, or display content based upon what you view on the Website to personalize your visit. Red Rocks Church partners with third-parties to provide certain features on the Website or to display advertising based upon your web browsing activity, use Flash cookies to collect and store information, i.e. [information collected to be completed].
3. What legal basis does Red Rocks Church rely on to process your Personal Data?
Red Rocks Church relies on your consent and on its legitimate interests to process the Personal Data. The legitimate interests of Red Rocks Church are to use technically required cookies for the good functioning of the Website and to manage traffic on the Website.
4. What are your rights and how can you exercise them?
You have the right to access your Personal Data, as collected and used by Red Rocks Church, and request their rectification, restriction of processing or erasure, as the case may be. To exercise these rights, you must send a written and signed request to Red Rocks Church at the above-mentioned address or by email at [email protected], together with the necessary elements allowing Red Rocks Church to confirm your identity.
In general, you also have the right to withdraw your consent to any processing at any time. This withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing based on consent made prior to such withdrawal.
If you consider that the processing of your Personal Data constitutes a violation of the applicable legislation, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State of the European Union of your usual place of residence, your place of work or the place where the violation occurred. The Belgian supervisory authority is the “Autorité de Protection des Données/Gegevensbeschermingautoriteit” and can be contacted at Rue de la Presse, 35, 1000 Brussels or by email at [email protected]
5. Personal Data retention period
Personal Data will be retained for as long as a cookie is valid, as detailed in Section 2 above and for a maximum period of 6 months thereafter, unless Red Rocks Church has a specific legitimate interest in storing your Personal Data for a longer period (e.g. to comply with a legal obligation). Any Personal Data which is contained in Red Rocks Church’s or any of its processor’s regular backups will not be deleted, provided that any such Personal Data shall remain subject to the applicable confidentiality, data privacy and security obligations until destroyed.
6. Transfer and security of Personal Data
Red Rocks Church will process the Personal Data through Red Rocks Church ASBL. The Personal Data may however be transferred to third parties for hosting and processing purposes. If necessary, the Personal Data may also be transferred to Red Rocks Church in the United States for management purposes. Additional third-parties to which Personal Data may be transferred are detailed in Section 2 above. In addition, Personal Data are processed through the web platform “ION” operated by ScribbleLive Technologies, #201- 662 King Street West Toronto, ON M5V 1M7, whose US affiliates adhered to the Privacy Shield. Appropriate measures will be taken to ensure the security of the Personal Data with respect to such transfer, in particular outside of the European Union. A copy of such appropriate measures may be obtained upon request by following the procedure described above.