EventHub collects user-submitted information such as name, email address, and age to authenticate users and to send notifications to those users relating to the EventHub service. EventHub also collects other profile data for use in connection with the Website.
By Submitting for a listed Event, you give the organizers of such Event permission to view all submitted Program information (submitted during the checkout process). You also give that Event permission to share your information with whomever that Event would normally share Submission information. EventHub does not control how an Event uses or discloses the information you authorize us to provide to it. If you are concerned, you should check with the Event to determine how it intends to use your information and/or Submission. We do not disclose the list of Events to which you apply to anyone but you. We keep this information confidential whether your Submission is accepted or rejected. Thus, nobody will know which Events your Submissions were submitted to unless the Event makes its selections or submissions of Submissions publicly known. Public information may also become available on the EventHub Website as Events often make Submission acceptances publicly known on their Event web page within the EventHub Website, in example of by not exclusively by updating participating Sponsor brand logos) but not so for Submission rejections. By submitting your Submission to Events through EventHub, you grant EventHub (and its affiliates) the nonexclusive, royalty-free, worldwide, perpetual, irrevocable, and fully sublicensable right to publish your information and/or Submission on the EventHub Website and/or affiliates’s websites in the event your Submission is accepted or announced by an Event.