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What personal information do we collect on or through our website?
If you are just visiting our website, we do not collect any personal information from you.
We may ask you to provide certain personal data when you contact us through our website, fill out any forms on our website or when you take advantage of certain services we offer, such as when you sign up for our electronic newsletter. These data enable us to effectively communicate with you and provide you with personalised content.
We currently use external providers, Wirecard and PayPal, to process web-based payments to IPI, including donations and membership fees. By using Wirecard and PayPal, you consent to its terms of service, including as they relate to privacy. For its part, IPI does not store your credit card number or billing information electronically.
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Storing your data
Personal data that we collect from you is stored primarily on our secure servers located in Austria. However, in some cases your data may be stored on servers located outside of Austria if they have been shared with IPI representative bodies in other countries; or when they have been shared with third parties in other countries following your consent. By sharing your data with us, you agree to this data transfer, storage or processing.
We take the security of your data very seriously and make every effort to ensure the integrity thereof. Nevertheless, despite precautions, the provision and storage of electronic data can not be considered completely secure. Therefore, sharing your data with us is entirely at your own risk.
Sharing your data
We will not disclose your personal data to any parties outside of IPI’s organisational structure without your consent. An exception applies in cases required by law or if we believe there has been an inappropriate intereference with our website or services.
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IPI accepts no liability for any direct or indirect damages that may arise from the use of any information or data content on its website, nor shall it accept liability for any damages arising as a consequence of accessing any other websites via links provided on the site. IPI does not guarantee that information, software or other material that is accessible via its website is free of viruses or any other damaging components.
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