ARTICLE 1. WHY DA NANG INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIP (HEREAFTERIN THIS DOCUMENT CALLED DIF) COLLECTS PERSONAL/CONTACT INFORMATION
DIF is a non-denominational church committed to Christian evangelism, discipleship, and community outreach. To accomplish this calling, DIF develops and provides multiple Christian programs, trainings and opportunities to serve. To participate in these programs, trainings and opportunities to serve, DIF collects some information from those persons who want to be involved – enabling it to communicate with them to provide needed information.
DIF may collect personal/contact information through, but is not limited to, the DIF website or database.
ARTICLE 2. INFORMATION TO BE COLLECTED
The information that DIF may collect includes:
2.1. Contact details (name, address, phone numbers, email, etc);
2.2. Personal details (country of passport, birthdate, marital status, gender, vocation, place of work, other skills, hobbies, interests, health conditions, food preferences, etc);
2.3. Family details (information regarding spouses, children, etc).
When you visit our website/database a record of your visit may be logged and the following data may be supplied by your browser:
3.1 The date, time and length of the visit to the website/database;
3.2 Your IP address and/or domain name;
3.3 Your operating system (type of browser and platform); and
3.4 The pages and resources you accessed and the documents you downloaded.
Cookies are only used to store temporary information about your current visit, and all data stored in them is encrypted.
ARTICLE 4. CORRECTING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
DIF takes reasonable steps to ensure that the personal information we hold and collect is accurate, completed and up-to-date. It is the responsibility of individual persons to provide updates and corrections for their personal contact information to DIF.
ARTICLE 5. DISCLOSURE OF YOUR INFORMATION
DIF does not share your contact information with any government organisation.
DIF may make contact information available to some of its leaders and staff, where such have agreed to a confidentiality statement, in order for them to provide pastoral services or manage DIF programs, trainings or service activities/opportunities.
DIF does not sell, rent, or give your personal information to any third-party entity. We do not use your information for any purpose outside the scope of communicating with you in the most efficient manner regarding DIF purposes. DIF will take reasonable steps to ensure that your personal information is protected from misuse; loss and from unauthorised access; modification or disclosure.
We may use your personal information to deliver services, such as newsletters, events, or provide information that you request.
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