General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Statement
Personal data storage
Individuals entering the WMOC 2023 will do so by submitting personal data to the Eventor entry system, which is a platform hosted by IOF. From there, the local organisers will collect the data that are necessary for that individual’s participation in the championships and related activities such as organiser-provided accommodation. The organiser may collect following information about individuals: name, age, club, address, country, email address and others, if they are essential for participating in the event. During the event, newsfeeds start times and results will be published on the internet and may contain individual runners’ name, age class, and home country. The local organisers will not share the participants’ personal data with a third party, will store the data safely on the appropriate media, and will delete files containing personal data as soon as feasible after WMOC is finished. By submitting an entry form for and participating in or attending WMOC and its related activities, including organiser-provided accommodation, the participant / attendant acknowledges the right of the organisers to store personal data until the WMOC is finished. For information on data storage by the IOF, please refer to http://orienteering.org/data-protection-at-the-iof
Photography and filming
Photographs, video and voice recordings will be taken during the WMOC activities predominantly for purposes of publicizing the event in the media, sport promotion and personal use. If anyone has concerns about being photographed, they should raise them directly with the photographer.