This notice describes how the PENELOPE Consortium collects, uses and processes personal data, as well as the rights of the data subjects.
Who should you contact for any question about your personal data?
The PENELOPE Consortium attaches great importance to respect for human rights and freedoms and Personal data protection.
Who accesses and controls your data?
The PENELOPE consortium is made up of several partners. Among them, FundingBox Accelerator sp. z o.o. (Al. Jerozolimskie 136, 02-305 Warsaw, Poland) is the partner organisation that is taking care of communication topics and that has designed and is now maintaining the website. Thus, FundingBox Accelerator is the Data Controller regarding all the data collected on the website. This data could potentially be shared with other members of the consortium but it will never be shared beyond the consortium.
In all matters regarding personal data, you can contact us using the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
What kind of personal data is collected by the PENELOPE Consortium?
According to circumstances, the PENELOPE Consortium may collect some of the personal data listed below:
- Identity data: name, surname.
- Business data: organisation.
- Contact data: email.
- Additional data necessary for the performance of contracts.
- Additional data necessary for the management of communication operations.
- Acquisition and behaviour data when you browse the PENELOPE website (cookies). These cookies collect anonymous information about how visitors use our website. This aggregated information is used to help us to improve the way our website works.
For what reasons and for what purpose does the PENELOPE Consortium collect your Personal data?
The PENELOPE Consortium may collect personal data, as a data controller:
- to respond to your requests,
- for compliance with legal and contractual obligations,
- for the performance of a contract,
- for reasons of public interest or legitimate interest.
The PENELOPE Consortium collects personal data, where appropriate through forms and contact pages, in particular for the purposes of processing online registration, subscribing to newsletters or publications, responding to an information request, statistical studies and surveys.
Personal data may also be collected during your website consultations, to allow exchanges with the PENELOPE Consortium or for internal and external communications such as the management of communication events and the organisation of training sessions, conferences, etc.
With whom does the PENELOPE Consortium share your Personal data?
The PENELOPE Consortium may transfer personal data to contractors and / or subcontractors, notably to manage registrations, subscriptions, monitor the processing of requests, operate, improve or maintain its activities and services, and to manage its websites.
Where is your personal data stored and processed?
Personal data is processed as much as possible within the PENELOPE Consortium on the European Union territory and in associated countries. It is not transferred to third countries.
However, in order to offer online services adapted to your needs, the PENELOPE Consortium may use services of third parties. To process your personal data and provide these services, these partners may process your personal data outside of the European Union. In this case, the PENELOPE Consortium will make sure that the level of protection of natural persons guaranteed by the GDPR is not undermined. You can send a request relating to these guarantees through our contact page.
How long does the PENELOPE Consortium save your Personal data?
Your personal data is stored for no longer than the time required for the purpose for which it was collected and/or processed as previously described within the limits of the applicable legal and contractual, tax and social provisions and to protect its lawful interests.
If you unsubscribe from a website or a newsletter, your personal data is erased from the active databases and only stored as an archive to prove a right, the compliance of a legal obligation or the performance of a contract.
At the end of the time for which the personal data will be stored, the following statement applies:
- Deletion or secure destruction of personal data.
- Strict anonymisation of personal data.
- Archiving of Personal data for archiving purposes in the public interest, scientific or historical research purposes or statistical purposes.
What are your Personal data rights?
You have personal data rights. In accordance with the personal data protection regulation, especially GDPR articles 15 to 22, and after proving your identity, you have the right to access, correct or erase your personal data.
Within the limits of the law, you have the right to object to the processing, to ask for the restriction of the processing, to decide how your personal data will be processed after your death and to exercise the right of data portability.
Notice: these rights are not absolute and remain restricted. Any abusive or unfounded request, notably regarding safety requirements or laws and regulations obligations, can be rejected.
If you wish to exercise this right and gain access to your personal data, please write to us through our contact page.
When processing is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw this consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.
You can refuse this tracking at any time by blocking cookies through your browser. Personal Data collected is not transferred to third parties or processed for other purposes. In any case, cookies put down on your navigation device with your agreement are erased at the latest thirteen (13) months after their deposit on your terminal.