Handling of your personal data
CookiesO'Punch stores 3 cookies on your device:
- LANG : to remember your preferred language
- MEMBER_ID : the profile you're logged into, to allow seamless switching of profile in a session
- JWT : your signed credentials so that you don't have to login at every page request.
Any event registration information you provide is publicly available.
Next to your registration information, different for each event, these personal details are stored :
- First Name
- Last Name
- Date of Birth
- Email address
- Preferred language
When you have a registered account in O'Punch, these extra details are stored:
- Phone number
- Sportident and Emit chips
- Home address
- Membership date
- (optional) medical attests
All data stored in O'Punch can be shared with Belgian orienteering federations and clubs for use in the context of your membership administration and the organization of competitions and other orienteering events.
Your data is not shared with any other third-party, unless, although very unlikely, required by law.
Your navigation in O'Punch is stored for 30 days, for technical debugging and troubleshooting purposes. It is not shared with third-parties.
O'punch and its database and filesystem are hosted by Amen France (https://www.amen.fr/).
Your browser may download resources from these external domains:
- mapbox.com (maps and directions)
- helga-o.com (start lists and results)
- stripe.com (payments)
Emails sent by Opunch transit via SMTP2GO (smtp2go.com). SMTP2GO stores the email envelopes for 3 months, not their contents.
Request for deletion
You can request the deletion of your personal data from O'Punch database and filesystem by contacting the Data Protection Officer by email.
Be aware that this would bar you from registering to the orienteering events through O'Punch; clubs and federations may also revoke your membership as O'Punch might be their primary administration tool.
Data Protection Officer
The Data Protection Officer for O'punch is Quentin Gillet (email@example.com).
Contact the Data Protection Officer of your club and/or federation to know about their handling of your personal data.