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information for visitors

We use our best efforts to secure your personal data, using appropriate technology and administration procedures. Our technical solutions protect from unauthorised access to personal data, deleting them or using inappropriately.

What kind of personal data we collect and why?
From newsletter subscribers: e-mail address to contact the subscriber and inform about news in our service

Who has access to data?  
Access to data is limited to the website owner. 

What are your rights?
1/ You have the right to access your personal data,
2/ You can request us to change or correct information which is inaccurate,
3/ You can request erasing your personal data.
In order to use any of these rights, please contact:

information for research participants 

Participating in a specific project may or may not require registration. If registration is required, you will be asked to provide information, such as your e-mail address or telephone number. Providing that is voluntary, although indispensable to create, personalise and keep your e-psyche application account, and to verify your identity when you try to login to your account. You can find information about the type of personal data collected from participants in a given study, who is data administrator, and other important issues in TERMS & CONDITIONS designed for every single project. You can find these documents on the websites dedicated to projects. Participating in any study and registration (if required) means you have read and accepted the TERMS & CONDITIONS