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Data protection policy
The Immunome Consortium for Autoinflammatory Disorders (ImmunAID) is responsible for the processing of your personal data on the ImmunAID website (www.immunaid.eu) and for any specific version.
IMMUNAID respects your privacy and is committed to protecting the privacy of your personal information. This policy explains how ImmunAID collects and uses information about members, meetings or events organized by ImmunAID, customers and visitors to the site, and how it protects your privacy.
The website does not collect statistical and tracking data. Requests for information via the contact form ensure the protection of personal data by ensuring that data is collected with the informed consent of individuals.
What personal information does ImmunAID collect?
As a general rule, in order for IMMUNAID to properly identify you, provide you with the products and services you have requested and communicate with you, the following minimum information must be provided:
E-mail address (your e-mail address is mandatory when using electronic services on the ImmunAID website).
Confidentiality of emails
ImmunAID respects the confidentiality of personal e-mail addresses and complies with the current legislation on communication by e-mail (in accordance with the General Regulation on Data Protection and the French Law on Data Protection).
According to Art. 15 – 21 GDPR, each data subject has the right of access, the right of rectification, the right of erasure, the right to restrict processing, the right of object and, where applicable, the right to data portability. In addition, if applicable, there is also a right to file a complaint with a data protection regulator (section 77 of the GDPR).
In addition, each data subject may withdraw his or her consent to data processing at any time.
If you have any further questions about the ImmunAID Privacy and Security Policy or its implementation, or if you believe that ImmunAID is not complying with the principles set out in this Policy, please contact us by email.