World Field Archery Championships

Privacy Policy

1. Data protection conditions

Keeping the privacy of the participants in the Tournament is very important to us. We have created data protection terms that let us know how we collect, use, publish, transmit, and store personal information. When processing personal data, we follow the laws in force in Estonia, including the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (ICMM).

These data protection terms explain how the Estonian Field Archery Association collects and processes your data when you use our site or communicate to us through our website.

By using the Website and communicating with us, you confirm that you have read, understand and agree to our terms of data protection.

Personal data is information about a person, or a natural person (data subject), by which he or she can be identified directly or indirectly.

2. Purposes and bases for processing personal data

Our goal is to ensure the security and lawful processing of personal data related to the Tournament in order to fulfill your professional responsibilities and organizational goals.

2.1. We will use the information you receive to provide news and events only with your consent (incl. you have joined social media channels and have expressed a desire to monitor the information we provide, information on the web, etc.). You can withdraw this consent at any time by using the social media capabilities or by contacting us at

2.2. We may use cookies on our web page. Cookies allow faster and better access to the website. Cookies are small text files that a website saves on your computer to give you a better experience. Cookies are used to identify you as a user, as well as to collect website usage statistics. As a rule, cookies do not allow you to be identified as a specific natural person. You can disable cookies in your browser settings and delete our cookies.

2.3. We process the information you provide to us through our notification form in order to provide the service and to respond to your request. We collect and process the information you provide in order to meet the main goals of the school. We process your personal information based on your consent, law or legitimate interest in organizing competitions.

3. Use and processing of collected personal data

We use and process collected personal information:
3.1. for identification (eg name, personal identification code, date of birth, address);
3.2. providing information relating to the organization of competitions, compiling and issuing invoices (eg contact details, including telephone number, address, e-mail address);
3.3. for the performance of contracts and legal obligations, including the identification of conflicts of interest;
3.4. we process the collected personal data only for the purpose for which they were collected and stored only as long as it is necessary to meet the purpose or statutory requirements. The data collected will be destroyed as soon as the purpose is met and the law does not require data retention or, if requested by law, at your request.

4. Your rights to the processing of personal data

You can always change your personal information. You must submit a notification to us at

You can use your rights at any time to process your personal information:
4.1. get to know your data and ask for data correction;
4.2. object to the processing of your data, including, for example, the processing of personal data for marketing purposes;
4.3. ask for the deletion of your data if they are no longer needed for the purpose for which they were collected or if in your opinion the processing of personal data is illegal;
4.4. request the transfer of your data if your data are processed under your consent or under a mutual agreement;
4.5. withdraw your consent if the data are processed under your consent.

To use your rights, please contact us at

Please note that there may be restrictions on the disclosure and deletion of the data, so we may not be able to disclose, delete, or transfer the data stored and processed as required by law. Relevant laws and regulations may restrict you from exercising your data subject’s rights.

5. Sharing of collected personal data

We distribute the collected personal information in the cases provided for in EV legislation or in cases where it is necessary for you to provide a service related to the Tournament.

6. Protection of personal data

We take all precautions to protect your personal information. Access to data processing is restricted to authorized persons. We kindly ask you to inform us at immediately if you feel that we have not acted in accordance with the data protection conditions.

If you find that we are processing your personal information without a legal basis or violating your rights, you have the right to file a complaint with the Data Protection Authority:

7. Data protection conditions and changes

We reserve the right to change your data protection terms as and when required. The current version of the Privacy Policy is published on our website.

The chief processor of personal data is the Field Archery Association of Estonia (registry code 80188101; address: Mäepealse 2, 12618 Tallinn, Estonia). If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact