All possible efforts were made to ensure that the information included in the Egypt Death Penalty Index is accurate and comprehensive at the time of initial publication by Daftar Ahwal and Reprieve. However, given the opacity of Egypt’s mass trial and mass death penalty complex, the Index represents an approximation that will require adjustment over time. As such, if you see information on this website or in the downloadable data set that you believe to be incorrect, or if you are in possession of information about capital trials in Egypt that is missing from the Index, we invite you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, if you, your family member, or someone to whom you provide legal representation is included in the Index and you would like to have this information removed or anonymized, please contact us and we will take steps to do so.
Egypt Death Penalty Index Privacy Statement
The Egypt Death Penalty Index and data privacy
The Egypt Death Penalty Index (http://www.egyptdeathpenaltyindex.com/) is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. This privacy statement applies in relation to the Egypt Death Penalty Index (hereinafter referred to as ‘Egypt Death Penalty Index’ or ‘our initiative’). The Egypt Death Penalty Index is a joint initiative of Daftar Ahwal, an independent research center for archiving, documentation, statistics and studies, registered according to the Egyptian law; and Reprieve, a company limited by guarantee incorporated in England and Wales, registered company number 5777831, and a registered charity in England and Wales, charity number 1114900. Reprieve’s registered office address is 10 Queen Street Place, London, EC4R 1BE (hereinafter, Reprieve and Daftar Ahwal are referred to as “we, our or us”).
The Egypt Death Penalty Index is hosted separately from Reprieve’s main website]. This privacy statement sets out the basis on which the Egypt Death Penalty Index, Reprieve and Daftar Ahwal will process any personal information that we may collect about you as a visitor to the Egypt Death Penalty Index website.
The information that we collect about you
We may collect and process the following information about you:
The uses that we make of your information
We may use your information for the following purposes:
We may from time to time review information about you held in our systems – including the contents of and other information related to your email and other communications with us – for compliance and business-protection purposes as described above. This may include reviews for the purposes of disclosure of information relevant to litigation and/or reviews of records relevant to internal or external regulatory or criminal investigations. To the extent permitted by applicable law these reviews will be conducted in a reasonable and proportionate way and approved at an appropriate level of Reprieve’s management. They may ultimately involve disclosure of your information to governmental agencies and litigation counterparties as described below. Your emails and other communications may also occasionally be accessed by persons other than the member of staff with whom they are exchanged for ordinary management purposes (for example, where necessary when a staff member is out of the office, is no longer involved in the Egypt Death Penalty Index initiative, or has left Reprieve or Daftar Ahwal).
We will only process your personal information as necessary so that we can pursue the purposes described above, and then only where we have concluded that our processing does not prejudice you or your privacy in a way that would override our legitimate interest in pursuing those purposes. In exceptional circumstances we may also be required by law to disclose or otherwise process your personal information. We will tell you, when we ask you to provide information about yourself, if provision of the requested information is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation or, on the other hand, if it is purely voluntary and there will be no implications if you decline to provide the information. Otherwise you should assume that we need the information for our organisation or compliance purposes (as described above). If you are uncertain as to the Egypt Death Penalty Index’s need for information that we request from you, please contact the Egypt Death Penalty Index representative asking for the information, or Contact us (see below), with your query.
If we are using your sensitive personal data (including personal data relating to your racial or ethnic origin, political, religious and philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, sexual orientation or health, we will only do so with your explicit consent or, if otherwise, only to the extent permitted by applicable law.
Disclosure and international transfer of your information
We may disclose personal information about you, where reasonably necessary for the various purposes set out above:
These disclosures may involve transferring your personal information overseas. If you are dealing with us within the European Economic Area (or the UK, after it has left the European Economic Area), you should be aware that this may include transfers to countries outside the European Economic Area / UK, which do not have similarly strict data privacy laws. In those cases, where we transfer personal data to other members of the Reprieve group, to Daftar Ahwal or our service providers, we will ensure that our arrangements with them are governed by data transfer agreements, designed to ensure that your personal information is protected, on terms approved for this purpose by the European Commission. Please Contact us (see below) if you would like to know whether any such agreements are in place or, if so, to see a copy.
Retention and deletion of your information
We will delete the information that we hold about you when we no longer need it. For specific information about our record retention policies, please contact us (see below).
You may have a right of access to the personal information that we hold about you, and to some related information, under data protection law. You can also require any inaccurate personal information to be corrected or deleted. You can object to our use of your personal information for direct marketing purposes at any time and you may have the right to object to our processing of some or all of your personal information (and require them to be deleted) in some other circumstances.
If you wish to exercise any of these rights, please contact us as set out below. You can also lodge a complaint about our processing of your personal information with the Information Commissioners Office.
We welcome questions, comments and requests regarding this privacy statement and our processing of personal information. Please send them to email@example.com or call 0207 553 8140.
Changes to this policy
Any changes we make to this privacy statement in the future will be posted to the Egypt Death Penalty Index website at http://www.egyptdeathpenaltyindex.com/ and also available if you contact us. Please check back frequently to see any change.
These terms tell you the rules for using our Egypt Death Penalty Index website (http://www.egyptdeathpenaltyindex.com/) / (“our site”).
1-WHO WE ARE AND HOW TO CONTACT US
2-BY USING OUR SITE YOU ACCEPT THESE TERMS
3-OTHER TERMS THAT MAY APPLY TO YOU
4-SUSPENsion OR WITHDRAWal of OUR SITE
5-using MATERIAL ON OUR SITE
6-RELIANCE ON INFORMATION
7-third party websites
10-LINKING TO OUR SITE
11-WHICH COUNTRY’S LAWS APPLY TO ANY DISPUTES?
Acceptable Use Policy
www.egyptdeathpenaltyindex.com is a joint initiative of Daftar Ahwal, an independent research center for archiving, documentation, statistics and studies, registered according to Egyptian law; and Reprieve, a company limited by guarantee incorporated in England and Wales, registered company number 5777831, and a registered charity in England and Wales, charity number 1114900. Reprieve’s registered office address is 10 Queen Street Place, London, EC4R 1BE (“we, our or us”).
2-Other terms that may apply to you
3-Changes to the terms of this policy
7-Suspension and termination
8-Limitation of liability
9-Which country’s laws apply to any disputes?
10-Changes to the acceptable use policy
Last updated: 14 March 2019