Terms & Conditions posted: 10/28/2022
Terms and Conditions Effective: 28.10.2022
The Hannah Arendt Research Center collects data about each visit to www.tharesearch.center in order to observe how the site is used and how it can be improved.
1.1 A Data Subject is an individual related to information collected by the Hannah Arendt Research Center that is capable of identifying the individual. Data Subjects include employees of the Center who have access to personal data.
1.3 Personal Data - any information about an identified or identifiable natural person.
1.4 Processing of Personal Data - any operation performed by Data Subjects on Personal Data. Operations include: collecting, recording, organizing, storing, modifying and disclosing, providing access, requesting and retrieving, using, transferring, cross-accessing, merging, closing, deleting or destroying Personal Data. Any or a combination of the aforementioned activities characterizes the data processing, regardless of the method and method used.
1.5 Website https://www.tharesearch.center is the official website of the Hannah Arendt Research Center.
1.6 A visitor is a person who uses or visits the Hannah Arendt Research Center website.
1.7 Cookies are data files that are sometimes stored on the website visitor's device.
1.8 The data controller is the person who follows the Hannah Arendt Research Center's principles for processing personal data and who can be contacted by the data subject in the event of a complaint.
In the terms of confidentiality and communication between the parties, these terms are used in the above sense.
- Data Controller
The data protection officer of the Hannah Arendt Research Center can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- What data does the Hannah Arendt Research Center collect?
When you visit the Hannah Arendt Research Center website, non-personalized technical information about the Visitor is collected. The data is as follows:
3.1 Usage Information - Information related to how visitors interact with our website pages, such as: web browsing statistics, through which we can learn the most relevant information for our visitors, how often they visit the site, what browser and device they use, and what content they primarily read. This information is needed to improve Web sites, their user experience environment, and the user experience.
Hannah Arendt Research Center collects data through Google Analytics, an automated tool that allows you to document and analyze data about how visitors use the site.
You can disable the collection of data using Google Analytics at any time, as described here.
3.2 General information and contacts - we do not process sensitive personal data in accordance with EU Regulation No. 2016/679 or the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
3.3 Device information - the server hosting the https://tharesearch.center/ website may store requests made by the server visitor. Device information is related to the devices that visitors use to access the services, including IP addresses, browser type, device used, access time, etc. This information is used solely for technical purposes - to ensure the proper functioning and security of the website and to investigate possible security incidents. IP addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information, except in service environments where it is an additional security measure.
3.4 Cookies are small text files that a website stores on a visitor's computer or mobile device when the visitor visits the site. This allows the website to remember the visitor's actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size, and other screen settings) for a longer period of time so that the visitor does not have to re-enter them when visiting the website again or when navigating from one page to another.
- Who can access your data?
4.2 Hannah Arendt Research Center's website visitor statistics may be accessed by internal communications specialists responsible for analyzing and updating data on the website.
4.3 The Google Analytics tool is provided by Google In, which has access to the statistics collected by the above-mentioned tool. Google has joined the EU-US Privacy Shield as part of the EU-US Privacy Shield mechanism, which ensures that the privacy service provided meets the standards required by the European Union. The service provider is also subject to contractual obligations designed to ensure privacy.
4.4 Hannah Arendt Research Center may also disclose your information to third parties if required to do so by law or court order, but we do not sell to advertisers or other third parties. Our goal is to protect all of our visitors and provide them with a reliable service.
4.5 The Hannah Arendt Research Center will take all reasonable steps to protect the personal data we process. The personal data of all users will be treated as confidential information.
- How long does Hannah Arendt Research Center retain data?
Hannah Arendt Research Center will use the collected data for five years. If we no longer need the visitor information for the purpose for which it was collected, we will delete the information sooner.
- Rights of the Data Subject and how you can exercise your rights
6.1 Everyone has the right to access their personal data in the service environment. By contacting the Hannah Arendt Research Center at email@example.com, you can exercise your rights as follows:
- Request access to your personal information;
- Request that your personal information be corrected;
- Request that your personal information be deleted;
- Revoke your consent to the processing of personal data, where appropriate.
6.2 In some cases, you may have the right to request a restriction on the processing of your personal data or to challenge the processing of personal data.
6.3 You may exercise your rights as required by local and EU law.
6.4 If you wish to unsubscribe from all or part of the newsletter, you can do so immediately by clicking on the link in the footer of each newsletter you receive. The change will take effect immediately.
You can disable cookies in your browser settings or by visiting websites:
- Right of appeal
If you believe that your privacy has been violated, you can file a complaint with the authority of the EU member state where you permanently reside.
- Children under the age of 13
The Hannah Arendt Research Center understands the need to protect the privacy of children, especially in the online environment. Our website is not specifically designed for children under the age of 13.
It is the policy of the Hannah Arendt Research Center not to intentionally collect or store information about anyone under the age of 13.
This policy does not apply to the processing of data of legal entities, nor does it apply to the processing of personal data on websites mentioned on the Hannah Arendt Research Center website (external links). The person representing the company (as a subscriber to the service) is not a natural person, but is an authorized representative of a legal entity whose actions with personal data are not governed by EU Regulation 2016/679.
- How to contact us
How to contact us
If you have any questions or complaints about how we collect and process your personal information, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Site functionality and services provided by third party service providers.
The following third parties may, with your explicit consent, view, modify or set their own cookies as if you were requesting a web page from a third party site directly. Depending on the site you visit, all of the following third party cookies may not be used, as some of them are used exclusively on certain local sites. Your consent is not required for the following Mandatory Third Party Cookies, as the Site cannot function without them.
Third-party service providers in the Analytic Cookies category:
Third-party service providers in the Marketing Cookies category:
Social Media Features
The Site may use social media plug-ins, such as the "Like" button provided by Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram. The social media plugins content on the Site comes directly from such social media sites. When you visit the Site while on a social network, your browser establishes a direct connection to the social network's servers. If you are logged out of social media while visiting the Site, your browser sends more limited information to social media servers. The social media plugins on the Site are subject to the privacy and other terms and conditions of the relevant social media sites (see links to the relevant Privacy Policies above). Information collected by social media sites is not shared with Hannah Arendt Research Center without your explicit consent.
If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us through our customer service or by emailing us at email@example.com.
Use of or links to materials from the Hannah Arendt Research Center website is subject to written permission, which can be requested by contacting Maria Wasilewska at firstname.lastname@example.org.