Privacy Policy - Project Cassiopeia

Date: 12-Jan-2021

Last updated: January 12, 2021

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This page explains how we handle your personal information.

Refresher: What is Personal Data? What is a Privacy Policy and why is it important? Where can I find the Law in the EU and in the UK? What is the supervising national authority in the EU and in the UK?

Who are we?

We are Project CASSIOPEIA, a research project partially funded by NGI Trust (in turn funded by the EU H2020). The partners are based in Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom.

Contact us at [email protected], [email protected] or [email protected]

What Personal Data we collect from you and why?

We collect the following:

what what for for how long
  • email address
  • name
  • IP address
  • so you can use the CASSIOPEIA demonstrator
  • to contact you about your experience with the demonstrator
We delete records once the demonstrator is retired (no later than June 2022)
Usage Data:
  • IP address, browser information and operating system (type, version)
  • pages you visit (URLs, time, time spent on each)
  • unique mobile identifier
  • operating system version
to have statistical data about who uses the Demonstrator We delete records once the demonstrator is retired (no later than June 2022).

What do we do with your Personal Data?

Nothing, including that do not profile you, combine external information with or target you.

Who do we share it with? Where do you store it?

We share usage data with Google under these terms.

All data is stored in EU servers.

Do we disclose your Personal Data to anyone?

We do not voluntarily disclose your personal information. There are only two cases: we receive a request from authorities that we need, by law, to comply with, and if the safety of someone is at risk.

We will always notify you unless, by law, we are forbidden.

What are your rights?

You have more rights then you probably know.