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The controller of your personal data is CYCLISIS.
The personal data treated are collected as provided by the stakeholders based on their will.
AUTISM_PCP uses data collected to:
You are not obliged to release your personal data, but you do understand that the granting of certain services becomes impossible if you refuse the processing.
Treatment of data will be performed normally in CYCLISIS’s offices, from staff or external designated consultants. More information can be requested at email@example.com
Specific safety measures are in place to avoid any loss of data, as well as illegal or non-authorized access/use of data.
The AUTISM_PCP Consortium will never pass on your personal data to third parties, with the exception of technical service providers who handle technical support in so far as this is necessary for the technical provision of services and/or if they are obliged to do so on the basis of a statutory provision or a judicial ruling.
CYCLISIS and the AUTISM_PCP Consortium shall make reasonable attempts to inform you in advance of the fact that CYCLISIS and the AUTISM_PCP Consortium disclose your data to named third parties, but you also acknowledge that this is not technically or commercially feasible under all circumstances.
CYCLISIS and the AUTISM_PCP Consortium will not sell your personal data, rent them out, share them or otherwise make them commercially available to third parties, except as described above or unless with your prior consent.
In rare cases, it could happen that CYCLISIS or the AUTISM_PCP Consortium must reveal your personal data subject to a court order or in order to comply with other compelling laws or regulations. CYCLISIS and the AUTISM_PCP Consortium shall make reasonable attempts to inform you in advance about this, unless it is subject to legal restrictions.
The personal data are kept and processed by us for a period of ten years, in line with the long-term framework of multiannual projects lifespan and following audit-related timeframe.
The aforementioned personal data are in any case kept in accordance with the specific statutory provisions, as well as the prescription periods that oblige us to maintain your personal data for a longer period, e.g. in order to defend ourselves against an action at law.
You have the right – at any time, free of charge – to take cognisance of your personal data, as well as of the use that CYCLISIS and the AUTISM_PCP Consortium is making of your personal data.
In particular, you have the right to obtain from CYCLISI information about:
Furthermore, you have the right to ask CYCLISIS:
Finally, you have the right to object, in whole or in part, for legitimate reasons to the processing of personal data concerning yourself, even though they are relevant to the purpose of the collection. In particular, you have the right to object to the processing of personal data for the purpose of sending commercial advertising or direct sales material or for carrying out market research or commercial communication.
The requests referred to in the previous points must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
CYCLISIS reserves the right to modify, supplement or periodically update this policy in compliance with applicable legislation or the measures adopted by the Greek or European Authority for the Data Protection. The updated policy will be available on our website.
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