Bellow, we offer you information on the processing of your personal data through this website www.https://euhubs4data.eu/, which is the website of the European project EUHubs4Data, a European Union-funded project which is aimed to consolidate as the European reference for data driven innovation and experimentation, fostering collaboration between data driven initiatives in Europe, federating solutions in a global common catalogue of data services, and sharing data in a cross-border and cross-sector basis), hereinafter the “Project”.
More information about the Project can be found in the following link: https://euhubs4data.eu/faqs/
1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE DATA CONTROLLER
The following entity is the Data Controller of your personal data:
Company / Entity:
INSTITUTO TECNOLOGICO DE INFORMATICA
Spanish Tax Identification Number G96278734
Post address: Camino de Vera s/n; CPI- Edif. 8G Acceso B – 46022 Valencia (Spain)
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Data Controller shall decide on the purpose of the processing and means of processing the personal data.
You may contact any of the Data Controller in case you have any question regarding your personal data processing and/or to exercise your personal-data-protection-related rights.
2. WHAT PERSONAL DATA IS PROCESSED?
The Data Controller will process the data which is collected when you send your inquiries and other communications by e-mail and through online contact or information forms on this website, such as the open call application form or an event sign-up form.
In those cases, the Data Controller will process personal data of the following categories:
- Name, surname, and contact details, such as telephone number and postal or e-mail address.
- Information regarding the company or the entity in which you work or of which you are a representative.
- Commercial information
- Information about the elaboration or involvement of your company in applications for the open calls organized in EUHubs4Data project.
- Other personal information that may be included in your inquiries.
3. FOR WHICH PURPOSES DO WE PROCESS YOUR DATA? FOR HOW LONG DO WE PROCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
You are hereby informed that the Data Controller may process your data to provide you with information on its purposes and activity and in connection to developments, research and services in the scope of EUHubs4Data Project; manage your open call application form; signing you up to events relating the EUHubs4Data Project following your request; to answer your inquiries and provide you with all the information you have requested regarding the Project, the entities that are part of it and/or the services they offer which are included in the service catalogue.
Your personal data will also be processed by the European Commission’s auditors if the submission of documents containing such data is required during an audit.
Your information will be processed for as long as it is necessary to answer and process your requests and, once this purpose has been fulfilled, it will be kept blocked for the remaining term of the EUHubs4Data project and for five additional years and, at least, during the period in which any kind of liability may arise from the processing or the relationship established between the parties. Once the legal limitation period and these responsibilities have expired, the data will be deleted.
4. DO WE DISCLOSE YOUR PERSONAL DATA TO THIRD PARTIES?
The Data Controller may disclose your personal data to third parties if legally required to do so or when required by a public authority, the justice administration, or law enforcement agencies in compliance with applicable legal obligations.
Anyway, if you participate in any of the Open Calls in order to evaluate your application, your proposal will be submitted to an independent evaluator as well as to the EUHubs4Data’s Ethics Advisor (Universitat de Valencia) and, if you are applying as an SME or Start-up, it will also be sent to the DIHs whose experiments your proposal involve.
If you are an SME or a Start-up who submits an inquiry regarding the service of a specific DIH, such inquiry, including the personal data it may contain, will be submitted the concerning DIH.
We may also use the services of service providers in connection with the Project, such as hosting service providers. These providers need to have limited access to the Personal Data for the provision of their service, acting as Data Processors. In these cases, we guarantee that we sign specific agreements with such service providers as required by law, and they are required to have the same or a higher level of security to protect the information provided to them.
If a communication to additional third parties became necessary, we would request your explicit consent beforehand.
5. DO WE TRANSFER YOUR PERSONAL DATA TO COUNTRIES OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA?
Some of our service providers are located in the United States or other countries located outside the European Economic Area. The services of these providers imply the existence of an international transfer of your personal data, which theoretically could mean a lower degree of protection than that contained in European legislation. However, all such providers have signed the corresponding standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission by which they guarantee that appropriate and sufficient safeguards are applied in order to have the same protection standards as in the EU. Therefore, the use of these providers does not result in a lower level of protection of your personal data than the use of suppliers located in the European Union.
6. WHICH RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE REGARDING THE PROTECTION OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
You can exercise the following rights that the law guarantees you in relation to the processing of your personal data:
Right of access
You have the right to know which data is being processed, if any, and, if so, to obtain a copy of it, as well as to obtain information concerning: the origin and recipients of the data; the purposes for which it is processed; the categories of personal data processed; whether there is an automated decision-making process, including profiling; the period of data retention; and the rights provided by law.
Right of rectification
You have the right to obtain the rectification of your personal data or to complete them when they are incomplete.
Right to erasure
You have the right to request the deletion of your personal data if it is no longer necessary for the purpose for which they were collected or if you don’t authorise to process them anymore.
Right to data portability
You have the right to request data portability in the case the processing of your data is based on your consent or the execution of a contract, as well as when the processing is carried out by automated means. If you exercise this right, you will receive your personal data in a structured format, commonly used and readable by any electronic device. However, you can also request, where possible, that your data be transmitted directly to another data controller.
Right to restriction of processing of your personal data
You have the right to restrict the processing of your data in the following cases:
- When you have requested the rectification of your personal data during the period in which it is verified their accuracy.
- When you consider that it is no longer necessary for the Data Controller to continue processing your data and you want it to keep them for the purposes of exercising or defending claims.
- When you consider that the Data Controller is not authorized to process your data. In that case, you can ask to limit their use instead of requesting their deletion.
- In cases where there is processing based on the legitimate interest of the Data Controller and you have exercised your right to object, you may ask to limit the use of your data during verification of the prevalence of such interests over yours.
Right to object
You have the right to object at any time to the processing of your personal data based on our legitimate interest, including profiling.
Right to withdraw consent given
You can withdraw your consent in connection with all processing based on it. However, please take into account that the withdrawal of consent will not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent prior to withdrawal.
Right to file a complaint with the Supervisory Authority
Remember that, at any time, and in case you consider that your right to the protection of your data has been infringed, you will be able to complain with the corresponding Data Protection Authority.
You may file a complaint before the Spanish Data Protection Agency (Agencia Española de Protección de Datos: AEPD): https://www.aepd.es/es
7. HOW CAN YOU EXERCISE YOUR RIGHTS?
At any time, you can exercise the previously listed rights by addressing to the Data Controller:
- Sending a letter to Camino de Vera s/n; CPI- Edif. 8G Acceso B – 46022 Valencia (Spain), or
- Sending an e-mailing to ITI’s Data Protection Officer: email@example.com.
In all cases, you must specify which right you want to exercise, as well as your identification details.
Any claim received will be resolved as soon as possible, always in compliance with the deadlines established by law. You will be let know if additional data or information is needed to verify your identity.
8. HOW DO WE GUARANTEE THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF YOUR INFORMATION?
The security of your personal data is a priority for the Data Controller. Therefore, it has implemented all necessary security measures to ensure the effective use and processing of your personal data, safeguarding the privacy, confidentiality and integrity of them.
Consequently, the recommended safety standards to protect your data are applied. However, it is impossible to fully guarantee your security due to the nature of the Internet and because there may be fraudulent actions by third parties beyond the Data Controller’s control.
The Data Controller is committed to acting quickly and diligently if data security is compromised, and to inform you of this where relevant.
10. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND DISCLAIMER
This Project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 951771.
This policy reflects only the author’s view and the Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.