The site enables anyone who is interested to review the work and outputs of the Design Jams with a view to encouraging further innovation. Unless you wish to sign up for our mailing list, we don’t ask you for any personal data when you use the site. For example, you don’t need to give us your contact details to use the site, even if you want to download any information or tools from us - any downloads on the site are available for free under the Creative Commons licence terms.
For further information on using our site, please see our Terms and Conditions.
You will see that the site content includes some images and recordings of people participating in Design Jams and some contributions which identify the individuals concerned. These parts of the site appear with the consent of the individuals concerned who kindly agreed to have their content included. If you are one of those individuals and you would now prefer to have your image or other personal information taken down, that’s no problem, just email us the details at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will attend to it promptly. The same applies if you wish to report any unlawful content on the site. Otherwise we will maintain the site content until the TTC Labs project has been completed, at which point it will be deleted.
While we don’t track individuals using the site, the site does use Google Analytics tools and cookies. This enables us to track the activity levels on the site on an aggregate level and to keep the site secure - we don’t link the use of the site to any specific individual. We do this to make sure it is working well, to protect its security and to prompt you if your browser requires updating. You can read our Cookies Policy below for further details, including how to change your cookie consent settings.
Trust Transparency and Control Labs (TTC Labs) is the collective name we give to the people behind the Design Jams. We operate the site within the EU using facilities provided by Facebook Ireland with the help of the design agency Normally. However, the site is entirely independent of any accounts you have with Facebook and data that may be automatically generated from your use of this site will not be linked to any data Facebook may have about you. While we keep our collaboration partners updated on a generalised level about the site, we don’t share your personal information with them.
If you choose to provide us with your email address to subscribe to our mailing list, you consent to let us use the data you provide to send you information that we think will be interesting or useful to you about TTC Labs and its collaboration partners. We will send mail at reasonable intervals, which is at most three times a month. You can withdraw your consent by unsubscribing at any time and we will delete your email address from our records within 7 days – just follow the unsubscribe option in our emails or email email@example.com.
To contact TTC Labs, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you contact us, we will keep and use your information to address the issues you have raised after which time we will delete it unless we need it to deal with a legal or regulatory requirement.
If you wish to access, rectify or erase your personal data or if you wish to exercise your rights of objection or data portability, just email us at the above address and our team will address it.
If you have any concerns or complaints about how TTC Labs uses your data, you can contact us and/or you can complain to your local data protection supervisory authority. Our Lead Supervisory Authority in Europe is the Data Protection Commission in Ireland. Our postal address is TTC Labs, C/O Facebook Ireland Limited, 4 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, Dublin 2, Ireland.
A Cookie is a unique message which is given to your web browser by a website. That message can then be given back to the website if you visit again. This enables the site to recognise you and tailor the experience accordingly.
The TTC Labs website uses 3 types of Cookies – our own, Google Analytics and Browser Update. These enable us to track the activity levels on the site on an aggregate level and to keep the site secure. While we don’t link the use of the site to any specific individual, we do keep an eye on how the site is used to make sure it is working well, to protect its security and to prompt you if your browser requires updating.
In addition to what is specified in this policy, you can manage preferences for Cookies directly from within your browser and prevent – for example – third parties from installing them. Through the browser preferences, it is also possible to delete Cookies installed in the past, including the Cookies that might have saved the consent for the installation of Cookies by this website. It is important to note that by disabling all Cookies, the functioning of this site may be compromised. Notably you may be presented with a welcome notice when accessing the site in future and may be required to consent to cookies in order to access further site content.
Last Updated 23 May 2018