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Protection of personal data
This website contains named personal data concerning the deportation of Europeans to the Gulag during the Soviet period. When the witness statements were collected, these persons expressly agreed to allow their data to be used later strictly for the purposes of publishing scholarly research.
Pursuant to French Act n° 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Data Processing, Data Files, and Individual Liberties, amended, any person whose name is cited has the right to access, modify, correct, or delete data concerning them. To exercise that right, any person may apply by post or electronic mail to INED’s data protection officer:
Déléguée à la protection des données
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This confidentiality policy specifies the procedures INED uses to collect and process your personal data when you use the website.
We take the protection of your privacy and personal data seriously and use our best endeavours to ensure that your personal information is handled in compliance with French Act n° 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Data Processing, Data Files and Individual Liberties, also known as the ‘Informatique et Libertés’ law, and with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (GDPR).
What we collect :
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Our cookies are used in aggregated form to help us understand how our website is being used. The data collected are not cross-correlated with other data processing tools, and we cannot monitor your browsing from a third-party site. The data are then used to produce usage measurements for improving the website: number of pages accessed, most popular pages, hardware used, time spent on the website, user’s geographical region, etc.
On what legal basis?
This data processing is based on the website publisher and manager’s legitimate interests and is compliant with GDPR Article 6.
How long are the cookies stored?
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What rights do I have to these data?
You are entitled to access, modify, correct, or delete the data collected. Please send any request concerning your rights to our Data Protection Officer whose name and contact details are given above.
Technical cookies necessary for the proper operation of the website and your ease of browsing. They are essential for providing any online service, such as security cookies (http cookies) and user-interface personalization cookies (choice of language, display parameters, etc.).
How can I refuse?
Because these cookies are essential to enable you to access the website, you cannot refuse them. However, you can block or delete them by changing your browser parameters.
What we do NOT collect:
We undertake that during your website visit we shall not place any cookies for advertisements, geolocation for commercial or publicity purposes, or social media cookies generated by sharing links. Our collecting of cookies and other tracking indicators is strictly defined by this confidentiality policy.
Scientific integrity officer and ethics committee
Should any plagiarism, unethical behaviour, threat to persons interviewed, failure to provide them with feedback, be detected, an official complaint may be made to INED’s scientific integrity officer or ethics committee. Their contact details are as follows:
- Scientific integrity officer (Référent intégrité scientifique): Henri Léridon, firstname.lastname@example.org (see also https://www.ined.fr/en/institute/who-are-we/organization/scientific-integrity-referent/)
- Ethics committee: email@example.com (see also https://www.ined.fr/en/institute/who-are-we/organization/governing-bodies/ethics-committee/)
Comité d'éthique et intégrité scientifique
En cas de constatation de plagiat, non-respect de règles déontologiques, mise en danger des personnes ayant donné des entretiens, obligations de retour aux interviewés, il est possible de saisir le comité d'éthique ou le référent intégrité scientifique de l’Ined. Leurs coordonnées sont les suivantes:
- Référent intégrité scientifique: Henri Léridon, firstname.lastname@example.org (voir aussi: https://www.ined.fr/fr/institut/qui-sommes-nous/organisation/referent-integrite-scientifique/)
- Comité d'éthique: email@example.com (voir aussi: https://www.ined.fr/fr/institut/qui-sommes-nous/organisation/instances/comite-ethique)