Who we are
iCAIRD is the Industrial Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research in Digital Diagnostics. Our website address is: https://icaird.com.
As the lead administrative organisational partner for iCAIRD, the University of Glasgow is the “Data Controller” for the information you provide us. This privacy notice explains how we process & protect your personal data in accordance with the 2018 General Data Protection Regulation & associated data protection legislation.
What data we collect & why
iCAIRD only collects data that we need in order to appropriately & effectively respond to enquiries about iCAIRD, its projects & partners /affiliates, collaborating with us or submitting project proposals. This includes personal information (such as name, email address, company /institution address, phone number) which you provide to us.
How we collect your data
We collect data when you:
- Contact iCAIRD via the email@example.com email account.
- Use or view our website via your browsers’ cookies (please see Cookies policy for further details)
How we store & use your data
We store your data electronically on the Universitys’ secure servers in premises within the UK. We do not share or store your data with third parties or outwith the European Economic Area (EEA) except in certain applicable circumstances with your consent (for example, if you request for iCAIRD to share your data with our project partners/ affiliates to process enquiries appropriately).
How long we retain your data
We will only retain your data for as long as required to fulfil our purposes, including any legal or reporting requirements. Further is available on the Universitys’ Records & Information Managements Services (RIMS) webpages.
What rights you have over your data
You have the right to request access to the information we process/ store about you at any time. If at any point you believe that the information we process relating to you is incorrect, you can request to see this information & may in some instances request to have it restricted, corrected or erased (This does not include any data we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes). You many also have the right to object to the processing of data & the right to data portability.
If you wish to exercise any of these rights, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The full University of Glasgow Privacy & Data Protection Policies can be found on the University of Glasgow website.
If you wish to raise a complaint about how we have handled your personal data, you can contact the University Data Protection Officer who will investigate the matter. They can be contacted at email@example.com.
If you are not satisfied with our response or believe that we are not processing your personal data in accordance with the law, you can complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
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