Data protection information

Welcome to the homepage of MOYO – More heart for girls and women of this world. We are pleased that you visit our website. With the following information, we would like to apprise you about the topics of data collection, use, handling of data, data protection and your rights in connection with data protection. This page is continuously updated and can be accessed, forwarded, saved and printed by you at any time in the current version on our website (

A. Scope
The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as well as Austrian data protection laws such as e.g. the Data Protection Act (short: DSG).

This data protection declaration applies to the association’s website MOYO – More heart for girls and women of this world (available at:

B. Responsible
Responsible for data processing is:
MOYO – More heart for girls and women of this world.
ZVR: 1858879104
Kehr 6
6082 Patsch
Telefon: 0699 10149810

C. Data protection officer
This point is not relevant for our society.

D. Principles of data processing

What is personal data:
Personal data are all data according to which a person is identifiable or recognizable / recognizable. The following data are e.g. Personal data: name, date of birth, age, contact details – such as address, telephone number, email or IP address etc. -, user behavior on the Internet etc. also include pictures / photos.

Can you make no reference to a person, e.g. because the data is anonymized or this would involve a lot of effort, it is not personal data..

When can personal data be used:
The use of personal data is only permitted under certain conditions:

  • Consent (personally through you)
  • Contract (e.g. membership contract)
  • legal basis (if laws or regulations permit or provide for this)

What does the use of personal data mean?
Usage includes: collecting, querying, using, storing, transmitting and deleting personal data.

How long can my data be used? What if I no longer want my data to be used?
There is always a general obligation to delete personal data if the purpose for which the data was collected or processed has been achieved and there is no statutory retention requirement or the data is required to exercise or defend legal claims.
You can also withdraw your consent once it has been given. If there is no legal obligation to keep the personal data, we will delete them.

What information do I get about handling my personal data?
We only collect data if this is necessary for the provision of offers or for the fulfillment of contracts or agreements.

In the following text we inform you about specific processes, scope and purpose of our data processing, the legal basis as well as your rights and the storage period.

E. Processing operations

Membership in the association:
By filling in and submitting your application for membership and formal acceptance, you conclude a membership contract with the MOYO association.

We will process the contact details for you as listed in the membership form for the purpose of fulfilling the association’s tasks (see association statutes). These are as follows: Title, title (gender), first name, last name, date of birth, address, email address, telephone number, bank details (membership fee, donations, etc.).

Where does it say that this is allowed?
The processing of the data listed above is necessary for the fulfillment of the association’s tasks. There is a contract through the membership of the member. The legal basis can be found in Art 6 para 1 lit b EU General Data Protection Regulation.

How long is this data stored for?
The data is stored with us for the duration of the membership. If you leave the association, the data will be kept to fulfill the statutory retention obligation and only for as long as the statutory period stipulates. This is usually 7 years, some funding agencies stipulate 10 years as a requirement.

Participation in events:
The personal data of people who take part in events are only processed to the extent that this is necessary when registering or participating in the event.

In addition, photographs, sound and video recordings are regularly made at our events in order to document and publicize the work of the association. We use these recordings for various media (in particular our website and our publications, as well as in other print and online media, etc.). An additional note in this regard is given at the event itself or when you are invited.

How long is this data stored for?
We store the data for a period of 5 years. In addition, archival-worthy images are saved longer.

Provision and use of our website:
When using a website, personal data is generally transmitted to ensure fast surfing. Your browser automatically sends personal data to our server, which is stored temporarily (i.e. for a limited time) (log file). This is for stability, security and faster surfing.

The following data is briefly saved:
The IP address of the requesting computer, together with the date, the time, the request, which file is requested (name and URL), the amount of data transferred, a message as to whether the request was successful, identification data of the browser used and the one used Operating system, as well as the website from which access was made (should access be via a link). The server logs are saved so that system security can be checked, the website can be technically administered and the offer can be optimized.

Where does it say that this is allowed?
The processing of the data listed above is necessary for the provision of a website. There is a legitimate interest that the club’s website is stable and safe to use. The legal basis can be found in Art 6 para 1 lit f EU General Data Protection Regulation. Since this data is absolutely necessary, you cannot object to the use of this data.

How long is this data stored for?
The server logs are stored for a maximum of 3 months.

This website uses cookies to personalize content and to offer certain functions (e.g. facilitating navigation on the website, re-entering the last page of the website read, storing options for preferences or settings) or to be able to offer social media. Only technically necessary cookies are used.

Cookies do not access any other data on your computer, so they do not read them out or change them. Note: You do not have to accept cookies on our website (e.g. by rejecting or setting your browser accordingly), however, this may limit the functionality of the website.

By using this site, you consent to the use of cookies!

Contact form:
We offer a contact form on our website. By filling out the contact form, you give your consent to the processing of the data you have provided. These are:

  • Form of address
  • First name and last name
  • Contact details: address, Email address, telephone number
  • Donation data
  • Donation data.

By entering or registering your data on our homepage, you give us your consent that we may process this data electronically. This data is kept safe and not passed on to third parties (except order processing). This does not apply to disclosure to state authorities and – if necessary – to legal counsel if the association is legally obliged to do so.

Note: There is no obligation to provide data on our website. If you do not, you will not be able to use all functions. The purpose of data processing is to answer your request. Your contact details will not be passed on to third parties.

Where does it say that this is allowed?
The legal basis can be found in Art 6 (1) a EU General Data Protection Regulation. The data may be processed with your consent.

How long will the contact details be saved in this case?
The storage period is 1 month after the request has been processed, unless storage is required by law or is necessary for the legitimate interests of the association.

You can subscribe to a newsletter on our website. This newsletter is free of charge. The following data is required for registration: Title (gender), first name and last name, email address. This data will not be disclosed to third parties.

If you subscribe to the newsletter, you will receive a confirmation email from us. In this email there is a link that you click and confirm to us that only you are the owner of this email address. If you do not click the link, your newsletter registration will be automatically deleted from our database (double opt-in procedure).

Another procedure for subscribing to a newsletter is the confirmed opt-in procedure. For processing processes such as applications, campaign support or donations, you can also complete the newsletter subscription by voluntarily actively selecting a checkbox in a checkbox. Since this is part of a higher-level process, e.g. donation, you will not receive an extra confirmation email.

Where does it say that this is allowed?
The legal basis is in Article 6 (1) (a) of the EU General Data Protection Regulation and allows you to do so if you have given your permission by clicking on the links and accept the declaration of consent in the email (consent).

How long is this data stored for?
The data you provide and required for sending the newsletter will be stored for as long as you have subscribed to the newsletter. After unsubscribing from the newsletter, the data will be deleted after 7 days. Further storage without sending a newsletter will only take place if this is required by law or necessary for processing operations that are still active.

On our website, various stands (flea market, Christmas market etc.), events, flyers, newsletters, we offer the possibility to support our work financially. Data is processed as part of a donation process. The following data are involved:

  • Form of address
  • First name and last name
  • Email address
  • Date of birth
  • Telephone number
  • Donation amount
  • Payment method
  • Account details for bank transfers

Where does it say that this is allowed?
In Art 6 para 1 lit b EU General Data Protection Regulation. The processing of this data is necessary to fulfill the donation contract.

How long is this data stored for?
The storage period is 36 months after the last donation.
All records of cash flows and associated supporting documents must be kept by us for tax law reasons for 7 years (legal basis: § 132 BAO).

F. Transmission of your personal data to third parties

We only pass on data in our own instructions and to third parties.

These are following cases:

  • You have your legal position: Article 6, paragraph 1, sentence 1 has set fire to a general EU data protection regulation.
  • The transfer of data is perceptually e.g. to fulfill a contractual relationship with you (legal basis: Art. 6 para. 1 sentence lit. EU General Data Protection Regulation).
  • We are aware of the transfer of these data rights e.g. Legal basis: Art. 6 para. 1 sentence 1 lit c EU General Data Protection Regulation).
  • The transfer of the data is of interest to the association, e.g. to exercise or defend legal claims and no overriding protective interests decided your z. do not fear different data.
  • We use third-party programs and tools to perceive your personal data. We have concluded order processing agreements with them in order to hear the data protection of personal data according to the EU General Data Protection Regulation. These are the following: IT service providers, Internex as the website host

G. Data protection – your rights

Revocation of your consent (legal basis: Art 7 Para 3 EU General Data Protection Regulation)
If you have given us your consent, you can withdraw it at any time. We will then no longer continue data processing based on this consent. This does not affect the lawfulness of the processing carried out before the revocation.

Right to information (legal basis: Art 15 EU General Data Protection Regulation)
You can request information about the personal data we process about you. And also about the processing purposes, the categories of personal data or recipients to whom we disclose this data. Furthermore, about the storage period and your rights in connection with data protection (e.g. information rights, right to object, right to lodge a complaint, right to deletion, etc.).

Right to rectification (legal basis: Art 16 EU General Data Protection Regulation)
We immediately follow this request and correct or complete your incorrect data.

Right to erasure (legal basis: Art 17 EU General Data Protection Regulation)
You can request the deletion of your personal data that we have stored. Exception: fulfillment of a legal obligation, public interest, assertion or exercise of legal claims, exercise of the right to freedom of expression.

Right to restriction of processing (legal basis: Art 18 EU General Data Protection Regulation)
In certain cases, you can request that the processing of your personal data be restricted. These cases are: correctness of the data is disputed, processing took place illegally, the data is no longer required and they do not want to be deleted (e.g. because they still need this data themselves, e.g. legal proceedings). At the same time, you can also proceed in accordance with Art.21 EU General Data Protection Regulation. (Right to object)

Right to data portability (legal basis: Art 20 EU General Data Protection Regulation)
On the basis of this legal basis, you will receive information from us about the personal data you have given us in a structured, common and machine-readable format. You can also request that these be transferred to another person responsible.

Right to object (legal basis: Art 21 EU General Data Protection Regulation)
You can object to the further use of the data that we process on the basis of Art 6 Para. 1 Clause 1 lit f EU General Data Protection Regulation. However, there must be special reasons or a special situation for this contradiction.

If this objection is directed against direct marketing by MOYO, your objection will be implemented immediately and without special reasons.

You can revoke any voluntary consent that you have given us at any time. Simply by email to or by post to MOYO – More heart for girls and women of this world, Kehr 6, 6082 Patsch.

Right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority (legal basis: Art 77 EU General Data Protection Regulation)
You have the right to complain to the supervisory authority. Our head office is in Austria. The responsible supervisory authority in these cases is the data protection authority in Austria.

Contact address:
Österreichische Datenschutzbehörde
Barichgasse 40-42
1030 Wien

We would appreciate it if you would contact us before complaining to clarify the matter.

H. Data security
We are committed to protecting your privacy and thus your personal data and treating them confidentially.

Due to the internet structure, it is not possible for us to guarantee this absolutely, since other people and providers are part of the structure used on the internet. We have no influence on their actions or on their encryption system.

If you give us data unencrypted e.g. via email, these can theoretically be read by third parties. The association has no technical influence on this. Furthermore, every user is part of security on the Internet and is responsible for protecting their data from misuse by encryption or other means.

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