Last updated: January 12, 2021
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This page explains how we handle your personal information.
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.
We collect the following:
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||We delete records once the demonstrator is retired (no later than June 2022)|
||to have statistical data about who uses the Demonstrator||We delete records once the demonstrator is retired (no later than June 2022).|
Nothing, including that do not profile you, combine external information with or target you.
We share usage data with Google under these terms.
All data is stored in EU servers.
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.
- The right to be informed (how they manage your personal data)
- The right of access (to ask what they know about you)
- The right to rectification (if you want to ammend your data)
- The right to erasure (we love this principle!)
- The right to restrict processing (to stop even more abuse)
- The right to data portability (if you want to move your data somewhere else - almost never used these days)
- The right to object (more about abuse)
- And other things.