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e-Media toolkit Privacy Notice
e-Media toolkit Privacy Notice
Your privacy is important to us. To better protect your privacy, we provide this notice explaining how we collect, store and use your data and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used. We are committed to ensuring that your personal details are protected when you use our websites. If you are concerned about how your information is used, we recommend that you review this privacy statement periodically, as we may update it from time to time. If you have any questions about how we use your personal information or comply with data protection legislation, please email us at email@example.com.
Who is responsible for your data
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) is responsible for your data. We are the data controller of the data which we collect from you, and as such we control the ways your personal data are collected and the purposes for which your personal data are used. What information do we collect about you? Information will be requested from you when you register for the FRA Moodle service. By entering your details in the fields provided you enable FRA to deliver the services you select. This personal information may include, but is not limited to, your contact details, as outlined below:
Cookies and passive data collection
|Your name and (email address)||When you create an account with us
When you fill in forms on our website
|Communication we have with you
(emails, forum posts, direct messages, messages in chat rooms,
surveys and feedback)
|When you create an account with us
When you get in touch with us
When you contact other website users on the online forums
|Login information and your site preferences||When you accept our cookies placed on your device|
|Moodle||MoodleSession||This cookie maintains your login from
page to page and provides continuity.
|End of session|
How we use this information
Your personal information will be used by FRA Moodle to process your requests, provide or administer INASP Moodle services, to display content you have provided to use on the FRA Moodle website (including FRA Moodle submissions or comments). We will also use/store your personal information for internal statistical analysis, and to improve our work
How long we keep your data
Your personal data is stored as long as your account is active in the e-Media Toolkit. After one year of inactivity, you will be sent an email asking you if you wish to continue being registered in the e-Media Toolkit as a user. If you don´t confirm your desire to continue as a user, all your data will be automatically deleted.
How we protect your data
Terms & Conditions
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights maintains this website in order to promote respect for human rights in the media. We make every effort to keep the information on this website as timely and accurate as possible. Nonetheless, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. If errors are brought to our attention, we will try to correct them. FRA assumes no responsibility for any loss or damage caused by use or information on this site.
Copyright and reproduction
The content of this website is, unless otherwise indicated, copyright of the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights. Some of the content is copyright of the different media partners and has kindly been authorised for use of on this website. Reproduction of the site's content is not authorized.
Links to other resources
This website may contain links to other websites or resources. Please note that the FRA does not control and cannot guarantee the relevance, timeliness or accuracy of outside materials.
Moodle Best Practices
Link Rather than Post
Copyright regulations must be observed in all cases where copyright protected material is being used. Since linking invokes no copying issues, users should provide links to material rather than uploading PDFs (copies).
Access to audio/video recordings that are in the public domain, licensed accordingly, or which represent fair dealing, should be provided using a streaming service (rather than as a file uploaded to Moodle). Providing a link is always preferable to uploading an item into Moodle, especially in cases where doubts exist regarding the item's copyright status. Published material that is not covered by a suitable license, not public domain, and not available through a Creative Commons or Open Source provider, should not be uploaded.
Material from the Internet
Material posted on the internet is subject to Copyright law.