JSConf EU 2017

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SinnerSchrader Deutschland GmbH

Völckersstr. 38






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Data Protection Contact

Data Protection Officer

Völckersstr. 38






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Consent Statement


The data that is collected will be used by the organizers of JSConf EU to plan and manage the event for which you registered, as well as email you relevant details about the event.

Event Terms & Conditions


JSConf EU is a conference by SinnerSchrader. Tickets are sold via Ti.to. There will be no refunds but Name changes are possible. The Code of Conduct for the whole event is binding for every attendee.

Full Terms & Conditions

Status: May, 2018

General: These general terms and conditions (hereafter referred to as ‘T&Cs’) apply to the electronic ordering of all forms of tickets for JSConf EU events. The JSConf EU is a conference by SinnerSchrader Deutschland GmbH, Völckersstraße 38, 22765 Hamburg (hereafter JSConf EU). JSConf EU has appointed Hypertiny, 64 Mount Street Lower, Dublin 2, Ireland (www.ti.to) as service provider for the management of invitations and tickets for JSConf EU. Hypertiny enables the registration for, and payment of, tickets for JSConf EU. By ordering tickets for JSConf EU, the customer accepts these T&Cs. Any conditions of the customer deviating from these T&Cs have no validity.

Completion of contract and content: The customer selects an offer to complete a contract, in that he or she chooses one or more tickets on the input screen and clicks on the ‚Continue’ button. The attendance fee includes the conference costs of JSConf EU for the programme as selected by the customer. JSConf EU reserves the right to change speakers and topics. The contract regarding the sale of ticket(s) becomes binding when a confirmation email from JSConf EU is sent to the email address given by the customer as part of the order. The email contains a confirmation and an attached pdf file for printing out the tickets and the invoice.

Payment terms: Tickets may be paid for via PayPal or credit card. JSConf EU reserves the right to, but is not bound to, withdraw from the contract or to refuse entry to JSConf EU events, until the amount outstanding is settled.

Refunds / No-shows: As per § 312b paragraph 3 of the German Civil Code (BGB), refunds are excluded, as is a retraction of the contract. On receipt of the confirmation email, the ticket order is immediately binding, obligating acceptance of, and payment for, the tickets ordered. An alternate may take the place of a registered participant. Refunds of attendance fees will not be entertained in the case of no-shows.

Entry to JSConf EU: To gain entry to JSConf EU events, on the day of the event the customer must present the ticket sent by email, printed out in an easily legible form. In exchange for the ticket the customer will receive a badge enabling entry to the JSConf EU event which he or she booked. In the case of lost badges, no claims for a refund of the attendance fee or for a replacement ticket will be entertained. The reproduction of tickets is not permitted. The customer is obliged to hold on to tickets in such a way as to prevent any misuse. The customer will be held responsible for misuse of the tickets.

Postponement or cancellation: JSConf EU reserves the right to cancel or postpone the event. In the case of cancellation of JSConf EU events, customers who have already bought tickets will be notified and the entrance fee refunded. In the case of postponement of JSConf EU events, JSConf EU will contact customers who have purchased tickets via the email given when purchasing the tickets. In such cases the customer may choose to attend the events on the rescheduled date or to receive a refund of the attendance fee. The customer must advise JSConf EU of his or her decision within 14 days of receipt of the information regarding the postponement. Otherwise, he or she has no claim to a refund of the attendance fee.

Liabilities and damages: JSConf EU accepts unlimited liability for customer damages attributable to deliberate or gross negligence on its part. In the case of breaches of duty due to slight negligence, JSConf EU accepts liability only for a breach of a material contractual obligation (cardinal duty). Material contractual obligations are those necessary for the fulfilment of the purpose of the contract. In this instance liability is limited to contractually typical and direct damages foreseeable when the contract was completed. This applies also to breaches of duty by legal representatives and/or vicarious agents. Liability arising from culpable injury to life, limb or health is exempted from this limitation of liability.

Code of Conduct: JSConf EU has a Code of Conduct which is binding for every customer attending JSConf EU. If a participant engages in harassing behaviour, event organisers retain the right to take any actions to keep the event a welcoming environment for all participants. This includes warning the offender or expulsion from the conference with no refund. The full version of the Code of Conduct is found here

Closing provisions: The place of fulfilment and court of jurisdiction, to the extent that this is permitted by law, is Hamburg. Should one or more provisions of these T&Cs prove invalid or contain loopholes, this does not affect the validity of the remaining terms and conditions. The parties will replace or extend the invalid or incomplete provision with an appropriate provision which comes closest to its commercial purpose.

Event Privacy Policy


If you would like to purchase a ticket for our conference, we need some personal data from you. In addition to the information you provide during your visit to our website, when you purchase a ticket we will need additional information from you, such as your contact and payment details. Please refer to our full Privacy Policy for more information.

Full Privacy Policy


As being responsible for this website, we take the protection of your personal data very seriously. We treat your personal data confidentiality in particular in accordance with the statutory data protection regulations. By using this website, various personal data is collected. Personal data is data that you can be personally identified with. This data protection declaration describes which data we collect and for what we use it. It also explains how and for what purpose this is done. We would like to point out that data transmission over the Internet (e.g. communication by e-mail) can have security gaps. A complete protection of data against access by third parties is not possible.


SinnerSchrader Deutschland GmbH | SinnerSchrader Group Völckersstraße 38 22765 Hamburg Germany

Managing Board: Matthias Schrader (CEO), Jürgen Alker, Dr. Axel Averdung, Holger Blank, Thomas Dyckhoff, Dr. Lars Finke, Martin Gassner, Peggy Hutchinson


SinnerSchrader Deutschland GmbH | SinnerSchrader Group Data Protection Officer: datenschutz-de@sinnerschrader.com Völckersstraße 38 22765 Hamburg Germany


By visiting our website we process certain data of our visitors. What kind of data, on which legal basis, for what purpose and for how long we process, please read our subsequent data privacy policy.


By loading our website, some data is being stored in a web server protocol file: Date and time of the request for the load of the web page size of the data package being transmitted within the connection Type and version of the used browser as well as your IP address

Furthermore, we store the following information:

  • HTTP Method
  • Host name
  • URI of the request
  • HTTP Response Code
  • Referrer
  • User-Agent
  • Edge Result, Edge Request-ID
  • Host Header, HTTP-Protocol, Time to first byte, x-forward header, SSL-Protocol and SSL cypher, Protocol version, FLE-Status, FLE encrypted fields.

The legal base for the processing of your IP address is Art. 6, para. 1, lit. f) GDPR. Our legitimate interest to store this data is based on the following purposes: - ensure a seamless connection establishment - ensure the smooth usage of our website / application - technical analysis of the system security and stability

Your IP address is generally not stored, we especially do not use it for analysing personal data. A full storage of the IP address would only happen in order to track technical errors or hacker attacks. Our web servers are configured in a way that your IP address is deleted in a timely manner after your visit of our website.

Purchasing a CSSconf EU/ JSConf EU conference ticket

For completing our purchasing process successfully you must register on our website after selecting and submitting a ticket order. We use Hypertiny (ti.to) Tito Ltd, 64 Dame Street, Dublin 2, Ireland - the online ticket tool of our JSConf EU conference. You can find the data protection declaration at Tito here: https://ti.to/privacy. When registering, you must enter your personal data such as

  • name,
  • e-mail address,
  • company name,
  • pronoun,
  • billing address and
  • payment method.

The current JS/CSS Conference Ticket (pdf, QR Code and Wallet Ticket) will be sent to the customer in another E-Mail.

Your registration for the purchase of tickets for our conference aims at the conclusion of a contract, so the legal basis for the processing is Art. 6, para. 1, lit. b) GDPR.

Data Transfer to Processors

When processing your data for the purpose of holding our conference, we use so-called contract processors in some areas. These process your data for us and are obliged to handle the data with care.

We use such service providers in these areas

  • Printing badges
  • Providing Ticket E-Mail, USA

Payment transaction

To buy a ticket for our conference, we offer you two payment methods. Depending on the chosen payment method (credit card or PayPal) we transmit certain data (in particular payment amount) to the payment service provider selected by you, which in itself does not allow any reference to your person. The respective service provider processes this information and, if necessary, collects your data on his own responsibility.

Further information can be obtained from the respective service providers: - PayPal (https://www.paypal.com/de/webapps/mpp/ua/privacy-full) - stripe when paying by credit card (https://stripe.com/de/privacy)

We only receive a message from the payment service provider of your choice about the execution of the payment, which we then process for further processing of the contract.

We also process your contract data to comply with legal retention periods and to prevent or prosecute crimes directed against us or against you (e.g. attempted fraud, identity theft).

The data collected to purchase a ticket will be deleted 4 months after the end of the conference at Tito. The invoice data are subject to a legal retention period of 10 years and are stored by us.

On what legal basis do we process your data? What are our legitimate interests?

The legal basis for the processing of your order data is Art. 6 para. 1 lit. b) GDPR for the purposes of the execution of the purchase contract (including, if applicable, rescission) or the execution of pre-contractual measures. The legal basis for storing data in order to comply with statutory retention periods is Art. 6 Para. 1 lit. c) GDPR in connection with the relevant statutory retention period. The legal basis for processing for the purpose of preventing or prosecuting offences against us or you is Art. 6 para. 1 lit. f) GDPR. It serves our and, if applicable, your legitimate interest to protect our or your assets and to protect other interests protected by criminal law.

Rights according to legal data protection regulations

You have the right to request information, correction, deletion or blocking of your personal data. As far as you should request deletion of your personal data stored by us, we will execute your request without undue delay, unless legal duties for documentation or storage apply. You can object to the usage of your personal data for advertising or market research purposes or revoke given opt-ins at any time. A detailed list of your rights can be found in the privacy policy on our website.

Event Data Retention Policy


4 months


The data collected to purchase a ticket will be deleted 4 months after the end of the conference at Tito. The invoice data are subject to a legal retention period of 10 years and are stored by us.