Data Protection and Privacy

Privacy Statement

This Website is hosted by the The Austrian Computer Society (henceforth: OCG). OCG is a non-profit association for the promotion of informatics and communication technology with due regard to their interaction with people and society. The association provides an interdisciplinary forum for current IT topics. (see also OCG statutes). 

On this website we collect and process data of persons participating in the Central and Eastern European e|Dem and e|Gov Days; and of persons who enter into contact with the OCG regarding the conference. Find more information about data handling on

We are committed to ensuring data security. We process your data in strict compliance with the law – General Data Protection Regulation (EU) and Austrian Telecommunications Act (TKG 3). This data privacy policy informs you about the most important aspects of data processing.

Who is responsible for data processing?

Austrian Computer Society (OCG)
Wollzeile 1
1010 Vienna, Austria


Wolfgang Resch
c/o Austrian Computer Society (OCG)
Wollzeile 1
1010 Vienna, Austria

For organizational reasons, we share data collected on the registration site of this website with the organizing partners in Hungay: 

  • National University of Public Service (henceforth: NKE)
  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics (henceforth: BME)

Information on data protection concerning images (fotos and video)

Photos are taken by the organiser OCG, NKE and BME at the Central and Eastern European e|Dem and e|Gov Days.

Aim of the recording of the data (the photoshoot) is the advertising of the event to a wider audience, to the colleagues not personally present and to a professional audience, also to advertise the event on its Twitter page and by other available means of media.

Most of the photos are „mass photoshoots”, where individuals are not, or very hardly recognisable, on the other hand occasionally close-up photos may also be taken. Basis for handling the data is the consent based on GDPR Art 6. Clause (1), based on Hungarian Civil Code Art 2:48.

Those participants who do not wish close up photos to be taken of them, can indicate such wish at the beginning of the event, by the registration. They are asked to take their seats in the „no photo” zone. Should such a photo still be made at the event, such will either be deleted, or the person depersonalised, at latest during the afterworks.

Handling the data is based on consent and it is done until such content is withdrawn, nevertheless such paper based and other media appearences, that were created based on the consent given, can later not be deleted. Data is not forwarded to third countries.

Find the contacts for each organizer here:




You can withdraw consent at any time by way of addressing an e-mail to one of the contact persons, but it is not possible to modify the list of participants, so your data will be processed further under the legitimate interest of OCG, NKE and BME together with other financial documentation of the event.

In compliance with GDRP, you have the right to request access to and rectification or erasure of your personal data or restriction of processing the data or to object to processing as well as the right to data portability. Simply address OCG through an e-mail to