European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT)

Privacy Policy

Move to 4.0 has received funding from the EIT Manufacturing and led by the following institutions: TECNALIA Ventures, TECNALIA, Aerospace Valley, the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI), Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE), Politecnico Milano – School of Management and the Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems and Automation – University of Patras.

The content of this website does not represent the opinion of the EIT Manufacturing, and the EIT Manufacturing is not responsible for any use that might be made of such content.

 

PURPOSE OF DATA PROCESSING


The data provided in the registration form shall be solely and exclusively used to


DATA STORAGE

The data shall be stored until you exercise your right to cancel them. Interested persons may be periodically asked if they are still interested in receiving information about Open Manufacturing Project (Move To 4.0) in order to keep the contact database updated.

PERMISSION TO PORCESS YOUR DATA

When the legal basis is consent from the interested person it means that they have authorised us (on an informed basis) to process their data via a clear information action. This does not mean that the interested person cannot revoke their authorisation at any time without affecting the actions implemented previously, when they had given their authorisation.

COLLECTING THE DATA

The data for this processing are data that the interested persons themselves have provided, and that we have been authorised for use on an informed basis.

DATA TRANSFER TO THIRD PARTIES

We will not transfer your data to third party companies unless legally obligated to do so. In the event that we intend to do so, we would first collect authorisation from the affected persons.

RIGHTS

Everyone has the right to know whether Open Manufacturing Project is processing their personal data or not.

You have the right to access your personal data, which implies knowing which elements of your data being used, the purpose and the period of use, among other information. This also includes the right to request the rectification of data that are inaccurate or incomplete and even to request that the data be cancelled when they are no longer necessary for the purpose for which they were collected.

If your personal data were made public and the data controller is obliged to delete them, you can request that the data controller adopt measures to notify all persons authorised to process the data of your intention to delete the said data (the right to be forgotten).

In some cases, the interested person may request that processing is restricted. In this case, the data may be stored to exercise their defence or to make claims. If the limitation of processing is withdrawn, the interested person should be informed of this.

In some situations, you may oppose to the processing of your data. In these cases, Open Manufacturing Project shall stop processing your data, provided that there are no other compelling legitimate grounds or if these data will be used to exercise or defend possible claims.

You have the right to receive the data provided to the data controller to whom they correspond or to have these data transferred to another data controller.

The interested persons have the right to file a claim before the control authority.

In some circumstances the compliance of these rights by the data controller may be subject to other laws in force that affect how the rights will be applied.

For this reason, we hereby ask that you give us your express consent by accepting the processing of your data in accordance with the new regulation.

OTHERS

Hereby, the user gives Open Manufacturing Project the permission to publish any photography taken during the events that Open Manufacturing Project could organize and where the user is present. These images could be broadcasted in Open Manufacturing Project’s different digital channels but always with informative aims, never for commercial purposes.

Open Manufacturing Project is not responsible for the privacy and information protection policies pertaining to the information of third parties that can be accessed from this web site.

Open Manufacturing Project accept no responsibility for the opinions dumped onto their blogs and social networks.

COOKIES

Open Manufacturing Project web page make use of cookies for storing the user’s surfing preferences. Likewise, it incorporates Google Analytics which also creates its own cookies used exclusively for the purposes of statistics and the analysis of user behaviour when use is made of this web site.

Any user who does not wish to receive cookies or who wishes to be informed before they are stored on his/her computer, may configure his/her browser accordingly.

Most of today’s browsers allow cookies to be managed in 3 different ways:

  1. Cookies are never accepted.
  2. For each cookie the browser will ask the user whether it can be accepted.
  3. Cookies are always accepted.

The browser can also include the possibility of specifying better which cookies should be accepted and which should not. Specifically, the user can normally accept one of the following options: reject the cookies from specific domains; reject the cookies of third parties; accept cookies as non-persistent (i.e. they are eliminated when the browser is closed); allow the server to create cookies for a different domain. Furthermore, browsers may also allow users to see and delete cookies one by one.

 



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