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Epigraphik-Datenbank  Clauss / Slaby
EDCS

Manfred Clauss / Anne Kolb / Wolfgang A. Slaby / Barbara Woitas

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Data Protection

Information on the processing of personal data pursuant to the first sentence of Article 12 (1) EU General Data Protection Regulation

Article 12 (1), first sentence, of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) governs: "The responsible person takes appropriate action to transmit to the person concerned all information provided for in Articles 13 and 14 [...] in a precise, transparent, understandable and easily accessible form in a clear and simple language; [...]". This commitment is fulfilled by the project

EDCS-Projekt
c/o Dr. Wolfgang A. Slaby
Vorwaltnerstr. 3, 85049 Ingolstadt,
E-Mail: edcs1@ku.de, Telefon: +49 841 3195168

as responsible with the following information.

This website of the EDCS project is for research in the world's largest database to the Latin epigraphy. By using the website, log files are created and evaluated by authorized personnel in the event of a security incident. The log files contain information about when, at what time content was accessed, which amount of data was transferred here and if the access was successful and which browser type (if provided by client) was used. It also stores the IPv4 address. After a clarification of possible security incidents that necessarily needs time of 7 days, the IP addresses in the log files are saved shortened, i.e. the last two bytes are replaced by .1. Thus, the log entries are then anonymized. A transfer of the data to third parties does not take place.

Rights of persons affected under the EU General Data Protection Regulation:

Art. 15 GDPR regulates a right of information and thus the right of an affected person to ask for confirmation if they have personal data concerning them be processed and, where appropriate, to provide information about that data and information, and among other things, about the processing purposes, their origin, recipient, over the duration storage as well as their rights.
Art. 16 GDPR opens the right, to ask for the rectification and with regard to the purpose for the completion of inaccurate personal data concerning them.
Art. 17 (1) of the GDPR provides - with certain exceptions - the right to request the deletion of data. Art. 17 (2) GDPR regulates the "right to be forgotten", if the department responsible for deleting it has made data public.
According to Art. 21 (1) of the GDPR, the person concerned has, for certain reasons, a right of objection against the processing of personal data that is based on Art. 6 (1) lit. e or f GDPR.
According to Art. 77 GDPR, each person affected has the right to appeal a supervisory authority, if it considers that the processing of its personal data violates the GDPR.