Personal data received by Hyperstorm will be processed in accordance with the law of 8 December 1992 to protect the privacy and the law of 11 December 1998 transposing Directive 95/46/EC of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data

These data can be used by Hyperstorm for the following purposes: to inform about commercial activities and promotions of products, services and events.

Every person who enters an event accepts that their name (including any pseudonyms) and/or photo can be published as well as their likeness or portrait reproduced and communicated to the public in any way, including through films and streaming, including but not limited to the websites of the organizers.

Hyperstorm can collect personal data for new purposes not yet described here in this privacy policy. In that case, we will contact the person concerned before personal information is used for these new purposes, to inform him of any changes to our privacy policy and the opportunity to modify or delete these data.

Hyperstorm will never give or sell collected data to third parties. All personal data transferred to Hyperstorm will be held with the utmost discretion.
When sending personal information, keep in mind that sending such information over the Internet is never without risk. Damages resulting from the unauthorized use of personal data may therefore under no circumstances be charged to Hyperstorm.

If you do not wish to receive communications from Hyperstorm on commercial campaigns or promotions, please contact Hyperstorm by e-mail:

Your personal details are then deleted from our database for free. You have a right to access and correct your personal information. You can also ask to modify any data that is inaccurate, incomplete or irrelevant.

You can request to review, delete or modify your personal data by sending an email to