The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), in view of protecting the privacy of all users, collects only such personal information that are provided on a voluntary basis.
Anonymous data about visits to the ICNIRP Website are collected automatically by the web servers in view of establishing visitors’ statistics and improving the website offer. The information, stored in log files, include anonymised IP address, the visited pages or name of accessed files, the duration of the visits, the amount of data transferred, the type of web browsers used, and the regional location of the users’ server, and so on.
Temporary cookies are used that become invalid after the session. These cookies do not contain personal data. Other methods with the help of which the users' access behaviour can be traced are not used.
Only this information that you choose to provide us voluntarily is stored. For example, you can choose to provide your email address when registering to a workshop or a newsletter, or when placing specific queries or a publication order or when participating in a public consultation.
Personal information submitted to ICNIRP is kept confidential, stored securely, and retained only as long as the purpose for which it was given remains. Personal information is never shared with third parties unless with your permission (workshop attendance list) or ICNIRP is required to disclose the information by law.
Processing of your information by ICNIRP and its service providers (for example when making an online payment) is regulated by German data privacy law and protected by appropriate security measures.
Access to your personal information
For any information concerning data handling at ICNIRP or if you wish to access your personal data stored at ICNIRP under data privacy law in order to verify or correct it, or if you wish to object to our use of your information, please contact the ICNIRP Secretariat at:
ICNIRP c/o BfS
Ingolstaedter Landstr. 1