Potential members are encouraged to provide as much information as possible to assist the organizers to make an impartial decision. Please review qualification criteria here.
We encourage potential members to undertake the membership self-evaluation test to assess the probability of participating.
Data we process when you use DGG productsWhen you register for a DGG event we process information about that activity including IP addresses and cookie data. General location information may be processed indirectly through third party services such as bulk e-mail vendors, Google Analytics, and Amazon Web Services, but is never stored by us. Biographical information may be added to your information using public source products such as LinkedIn and Google. General location information is collected on site at some events.
Why we process itWe process this data for the purposes described in our policy, including to:
Combining dataWe combine data among our services and across your devices for these purposes. For example, registration actions are conducted on one platform whilst meeting actions are conducted on a separate platform. Participation data gathered on site is also conducted on another platform. Data is exchanged between those platforms to maintain security and a high level of service and customer satisfaction.
Decide how your data is usedWe are able to maintain low costs and high service levels partly because of technology like cookies (a data file that records basic user activity) and other data based on things you do (for example, the number of meetings you engage in, food and beverage consumption, and event locations).
You may control how DGG uses this information by learning how to manage cookies. You may sign in to your DGG Account to review and use the tools and controls we provide to help you control your online experience.