ARTTIC collects and processes your data legally, honestly and transparently, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
ARTTIC limits collection of personal data to what is strictly necessary, in accordance with the principle of data minimisation. By means of this Policy, ARTTIC hereby gives an undertaking to data subjects to maintain a written register of the categories of processing activities performed as data processing manager or subcontractor in respect to S4PRO.
Information and rights of data subjects
ARTTIC hereby informs you clearly about how it processes personal data as part of its business activity, how data are collected, used and protected. ARTTIC is available to provide data subjects any information about processing carried out as part of the Project.
For any request or complaint about processing of personal data, it is possible to contact ARTTIC at this e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
In particular, any data subject has the right to ask ARTTIC:
- For access to the personal data supplied;
- To correct the data;
- To object to the processing, when such processing is based on ARTTIC’s legitimate interest and given the particular situation of the data subject;
- To exercise their right to portability of their information.
On the right to portability, ARTTIC offers you the option to return all the personal data about a subject, at their express request. The data subject is thus guaranteed better control of their data, and retains the possibility of reusing them. These data will be supplied in an open and easily reusable format, directly into the hands of the other data controller when desired and when technically possible.
For it to be accepted, the request message must be accompanied by proof of identity. The data subject may authorise a person of their choice to exercise their rights, provided that this person proves their identity, that of the applicant and the extent of their authority in the form of explicit written evidence.
Any person receiving the newsletter has the option to unsubscribe, unless this person is bound to receive the aforesaid newsletter under its obligations to a Partner. ARTTIC ensures an effective unsubscribe link is provided in the Project newsletter.
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If the User doesn’t want cookies to be used on their computer, most browsers allow cookies to be disabled through settings options and it is possible to refuse to have cookies saved on their computer. However, in this case, the User is informed that certain services may no longer work correctly.
Storage of data
Personal data processed are not stored longer than necessary to fulfil the obligations defined by the Consortium. Beyond this period, the data will be anonymised and stored solely for statistical purposes and will not be used in any other way whatsoever.
More generally, data purging procedures are implemented to plan their effective deletion as soon as the storage or archiving duration necessary to fulfilling the predetermined or required purposes is reached.
Any person not actively involved in relation to the processing purposes described over a three year period will have their data deleted.
Cookies are stored for a maximum period of 13 months after they are first saved on the User’s computer, corresponding to the validity period of User consent to use these Cookies. The lifetime of cookies is not extended by each visit. The User’s consent must therefore be renewed at the end of this period.
Procedures in case of security breach detected by ARTTIC
ARTTIC undertakes to implement all appropriate technical and organisational measures using physical and logistical security resources to guarantee an adequate security level to meet risks of accidental unauthorised or illegal access, disclosure, alteration, loss or destruction of the personal data collected.
However, ARTTIC cannot guarantee that all risks of data misuse are eliminated.
In the event that ARTTIC were to become aware of illegal access to personal data stored on its servers or those of its contractors, or unauthorised access resulting in the risks identified above being realised, ARTTIC undertakes to:
- Notify the person affected by the incident as quickly as possible, if this meets a legal requirement;
- Investigate the causes of the incident;
- Take the necessary reasonable measures to reduce the negative effects and harm that could arise from the aforesaid incident.
Under no circumstances may the commitments defined above relating to notification in the event of a security breach be considered as any form of acknowledgement by ARTTIC of fault or liability for occurrence of the incident in question.
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Google will use this information on behalf of the operator of this website for the purpose of evaluating your use of the website, compiling reports on website activity for website operators and providing them other services relating to website activity and internet usage.