Our website address is: http://clarin-pl.eu.
CLARIN-PL/CLARIN Repository and Services
CLARIN-PL/CLARIN project repository and services at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
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If you visit the login page, we will create a temporary cookie to check if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie does not contain any personal information and will be thrown away when you close your browser.
When logging in, we also create some cookies to save your login information and selected screen options. Login cookies expire after two days and screen options after a year. If you check the “Remember me” option, your login will expire after two weeks. If you log out of your account, your login cookies will be deleted.
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EMBEDDED CONTENT FROM OTHER SITES
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ANALYSIS OF STATISTICS
The repository and services process personal data and log files for statistical and service development purposes
With whom we share data
Personal data shall not be shared with anyone outside the CLARIN-PL/CLARIN team.
How long we keep your data
If you leave a comment, its content and metadata will be stored for an indefinite time. This allows us to recognize and approve subsequent comments automatically, without sending them to each moderation.
For users who have registered on our website (if any), we also store the personal information entered in your profile. Any user can view, correct or delete their personal information at any time (not including a user name that cannot be changed). Site administrators can also view and modify this information.
What rights you have to your data
If you have a user account or have added comments on this site, you may request that a file be delivered with the exported set of your personal data in our possession, including all the personal data provided by you. You may also request that we delete all your personal information in our possession. This does not apply to any data that we are obliged to retain for administrative, legal or security reasons.
Where we send data
Guest comments can be checked using the automatic spam detection service.
Your contact details
The following personal information is fetched from the Identity Provider server of your home organisation every time you log in to the service:
- email address
- unique ID to identify the user
HOW DO WE PROTECT YOUR DATA?
Your personal data will be protected according to the Code of Conduct for Service Providers, a common standard for the research and higher education sector to protect your privacy.
WHAT PROCEDURES ARE IN PLACE IN THE EVENT OF A DATA PRIVACY BREACH
We follow procedures that comply with the Code of Conduct for Service Providers, a common standard for the research and higher education sector to protect your privacy.
WHAT AUTOMATIC DECISION MAKING AND/OR PROFILE CREATION DO WE CARRY OUT USING YOUR DATA
Repository and services process personal data and log files for:
- user authentication
- user identification when signing licenses
- user authorisation in special cases
- automated sending of email messages necessary for use of the services (password reset, submission information etc.)
- monitoring the load and capacity of the underlying server and the network
- working out technical problems and investigating abuse of the service
- statistics and development of the service
INDUSTRY REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION
The Code of Conduct for Service Providers can be found under this address: http://www.geant.net/uri/dataprotection-code-of-conduct/v1