Privacy Statement – PLATE conferences
This Privacy Statement applies to all TU Delft activities which are related to PLATE events (including those via the website). Under the GDPR, TU Delft is defined as the data controller. We have included the most relevant information on each topic.
TU Delft takes the utmost care with personal data and in doing so acts within the law, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The personal data collected by TU Delft is used for running and administer PLATE conferences. This includes:
- Your name, contact details and email address;
- Your attendance and participation in PLATE conferences.
We process the personal information of individuals interested in PLATE conferences in our legitimate interests/task in the public interest as a University and consortium sharing research, experience and expertise. We rely on your consent to provide information about PLATE conferences and any associated initiatives to you. You can withdraw your consent to receiving information about PLATE events at any time, please email [name]: [email].
We will use your personal information for the administration of the PLATE Management Consortium/PLATE Coordinating Committee and to keep in touch with you and to provide you with information about the PLATE conference and events. We will also use your information to provide statistical information. This will be through anonymisation.
Sharing of data
Where necessary we will share your personal information with PLATE Consortium Partners. We may also share your personal information with the following:
- Relevant professional regulators;
- Conference and event organisation partners;
- Payment card companies;
- Mailing houses;
- Companies who provide our help desk and IT providers;
- Website and social media providers.
Third parties may provide certain services, on behalf of TU Delft, in executing an agreement. TU Delft makes agreements with these data processors in order to guarantee confidential and careful handling of personal data. These agreements are laid down contractually in data processor agreements.
TU Delft provides personal data to enforcement authorities or organisations combating fraud if this is necessary in order to meet a statutory obligation.
How long is data retained?
TU Delft retains your personal data in accordance with the GDPR. The data is retained in accordance with the statutory retention period and for no longer than is strictly necessary in order to achieve the purposes for which the data was collected.
How can you consult, correct or delete your data?
You can submit a request to TU Delft to consult or correct your data, clearly indicating that you are making the request on the grounds of the GDPR. You can also ask to have your data deleted, insofar as TU Delft is still able to meet its statutory obligations, such as the statutory retention periods.
You are also entitled to submit a complaint about the use of your data to the Dutch Data Protection Authority.
TU Delft applies appropriate security technology in order to provide optimum protection for your personal data against unauthorised access or use. TU Delft reports any abuse or attempted abuse. In addition, TU Delft takes technical and organisational measures in order to secure personal data against unauthorised access.
If you wish to exercise your personal data rights or have any questions about how we use your data, please get in touch using the following contact details:
Name: Yumiko Henneberry
TU Delft’s DPO can be reached via email@example.com.