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Which personal data we collect
Depending on the type of services you use from us, we collect the following personal data:
1) Name, gender, age, profession;
2) institute/organization/company of employment and professional address, phone number, e-mail address;
3) passport details: if you request an invitation letter to apply for a visa to enter Switzerland;
4) pictures, curriculum vitae, disclosure of conflict of interest: if you are asked and you agree to be a member of ICML Advisory Board and/or Faculty;
5) disclosure of conflict of interest: if you are an abstract’s author and/or co-author;
6) VAT (Tax Identification Number): if you request an invoice;
7) technical meta data (IP address, browser version, operating system): if you use our website.
The collected data is only used for the respective purpose.
Private address is optional. No health, government or other kind of more sensitive information are collected.
Last update: May 2020
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3. How to uninstall cookies?
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