1. Personal information

By filling-in the registration form and the profile page of the CRe-AM Community Space, a user grants CRe-AM Community Space, permission to save their personal information for the purpose of automated user profiling, customer management, market research and direct mail within the scope of the CRe-AM project and for scientific research purposes. The information provided can be transferred for these purposes to organisations and companies contractually connected with the CRe-AM project, but not to 3rd parties for commercial use. Users have the right to review and edit their relevant personal information and make corrections if applicable.

2. Public Posting and shared content

The CRe-AM Community Space may collect and store public postings and content shared by registered users. The CRe-AM Community Space allows users to post, share, communicate or otherwise transmit content publicly and/or to interact with each other, namely by storing bookmarks in the Featured  News section, by posting blog notes and comments by uploading files and photos, etc. Public postings and shared content may be publicly available or viewable by others depending on where such content is posted and/or the access settings specified by the user. Users have the right to review and edit/retract their public postings.

3. Automatically collected non-personal information

The CRe-AM Community Space may collect anonymous or aggregated information, such as browser type or IP address, the operating system you use or domain name of the website from which you visited the CRe-AM Community Space portal.

4. Information withdrawal and deletion

Users have the right at all times to withdraw their consent to storage and use of their data with future effect. Questions about data protection at the CRe-AM Community Space, or about the storing, processing and deletion of your personal data, should be addressed to: cream.project2016[at]

This Privacy Policy was last updated on May 25, 2018.


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