The try! Swift Conference takes your personal information seriously. Here's the outline of our guidelines and practices around privacy. In sum, your try! Swift Conference contact information is NOT shared with third parties or sponsors without your approval and participation. Registrant information is used to verify registration and notify you of similar events held by the try! Swift Conference in future. We do not share your contact information with sponsors. You do, however, share your registration and contact information with our sponsors and attendees if you let them scan your try! Swift Conference attendee badge with QR code.
Collection of Information
Information You Provide to Us
We collect the information you provide to us at registration for the try! Swift Conference. For example, you give us information when you register for our event, fill out a form or otherwise communicate with us. The information collected includes your name, email address, twitter handle, place of work and other contact or identifying information when you register for our event.
Use of Information
Your information is used for various purposes, including to:
1. Provide, maintain, administer and improve our try! Swift Conference Services
2. Provide and deliver the registration, products and services you request, process transactions, and to send you related information, including confirmations, invoices and updates;
3. Send you updates, support and administrative messages, and if needed, and we hope they are never needed, security alerts;
4. Respond to your comments, questions and concerns, if any, and provide customer service.
Sharing of Information
We will not share or sell your information to third parties or vendors. However, for this conference, only you share your information with sponsor if you approach the sponsor and actively let them scan your QR code or enter your information voluntarily in other ways. Even after interactions with sponsors, you will have the ability to "opt-out" of such communications by following the unsubscribe instructions provided in any e-mail you receive.
try! Swift Conference Badge QR Code
When/if you attend the try! Swift Conference, the attendee badge may include a QR code linking to your personally identifiable information. This is your information from registration which may include your name, title/role, company/organization, location of business and twitter handle. When you allow a sponsor or attendee at the conference to scan the QR code on your badge, you are allowing them access to your personally identifiably information and granting them permission to use that contact information to communicate with you. Whenever you allow a sponsor to scan your badge, any issues surrounding how that data is stored, used and managed becomes the sponsor's responsibility, and they are required to adhere to whatever privacy policies and/or data management regulations may apply. All try! Swift Conference badges will contain the QR code and we cannot create a badge without it. However, you will be able to "opt-out" of sharing your information by using tape to hide the code. While lo-fi, this will prevent the badge's QR code from sharing your personally identifiable information with both participants and sponsors.
try! Swift Conference use of Twitter and your tweets
We will like to use your public tweets to promote the try! Swift Conference to sponsors and future attendees. Our try! Swift Conference hashtags are: #tryswift #trySwiftConf #tryswiftNYC
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