We hereby inform you about the processing of your personal data by the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and your rights under data protection law.
Responsible for data processing
Oberösterreichische Pfadfinderinnen und Pfadfinder
Tel. 0662 / 82 36 37
The contact person for inquiries about data protection is the person responsible for the representation under association law, who can be viewed in the ZVR.
Link to ZVR: https://citizen.bmi.gv.at/at.gv.bmi.fnsweb-p/zvn/public/Registerauszug
Purposes and legal basis of data processing
We process your personal data on the basis of the data protection regulations of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Data Protection Act (DSG) and all other relevant laws.
For our club members, we need the personal data requested during registration. These are stored and processed in the central member administration database SCOREG. In addition, the event data and training steps occurring in the course of a scout career are also saved. The purpose of processing this data is to register our members with the Upper Austrian Scouts, with the Scouts and Guides Austria (PPÖ) and with the World Associations of Scouts, to be able to get in touch with our members and to support them in their scout life to accompany.
We also have a legitimate interest in knowing the data of our former members, as it is very important for us scouts to be able to contact former members, provided they do not expressly wish their personal data to be deleted or made anonymous.
For this reason we will not automatically delete the data of our members even after the end of the formal membership.
Personal data of non-members are only stored by us if we need them for our club activities. This can be:
Data collected specifically for events from participants and contact persons (e.g. parents, suppliers, sponsors) can be stored and processed in hosted databases. This data will be used for the purpose of organizing the event and will be deleted after the purpose has ceased to exist, at the latest 3 years after the end of the event. It will not be passed on, not even within the scout organization. The providers (processors) commissioned by us with the hosting are subject to the same data protection obligations.
Categories of recipients of the personal data
The Scouts are a worldwide youth and adult organization. As part of our association activities, the data is therefore passed on to member organizations (state association, federal association, world associations) to the extent necessary.
If it is necessary in the context of public funding, the data required for proof, such as in particular name, gender, date of birth and any position in our association, will be passed on to public funding agencies
Sensitive data, health data
For the care of children and young people, it can be important that the responsible youth leader knows special health data. This and any other sensitive data will not be stored in our member administration without express consent and will in any case be deleted or destroyed after the purpose has ceased to exist.
Rights to Images
Photos taken as part of club activities, unless they show a person in a highly personal life situation or in a degrading representation, are stored for club reporting purposes and, if necessary, also published in club media and on various general social media (homepage, Facebook, etc.). or passed on within the scout organization. Use for special purposes (folder, poster, homepage cover photo,…) only takes place with express consent.
data subject rights
You can request information about the data stored about you at the above address. In addition, you can request the correction or, under certain conditions, the deletion of your data.
right of appeal
If you have any questions about the processing of your personal data, you can contact the person responsible. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a data protection supervisory authority. The data protection supervisory authority responsible for us is:
Austrian Data Protection Authority
Telefon: +43 1 52 152-0