Privacy policy

Personal Data Protection according to GDPR

The European Commission under current legislation regarding personal data protection, reports that personal data collected through the forms available on the website: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/pledges-action, are included in computerized files for user specific services of The European Commission and the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition.

Personal data collection and processing are aimed at maintaining a non-commercial relationship and performance in tasks of information, training and other activities.

Data only will be transferred to those entities that are necessary for the sole purpose of complying with the purpose stated above.

The European Commission will adopt the necessary measures to ensure the security, integrity and confidentiality for data in accordance with the provisions in the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

User may at any time exercise their rights in access, opposition, rectification, limitation, portability and cancellation recognized in Data Protection Regulation. User can exercise these rights free via email to: CNECT-DIGITAL-SKILLS@ec.europa.eu or in the address: European Commission, Secretary-General, B-1049 Brussels, BELGIUM.

You represent that all information provided by him are true and correct and undertake to keep them updated, communicating changes to The European Commission

Purpose of the personal data treatment:

What purpose will we treat your personal data?

In The European Commission, we will treat your personal data collected through the Website: http://pledgeviewer.eu/, with the following purposes:

  1. The submission, reporting, promotion and management of pledges under the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition
  2. To maintain the contractual relationship, as well as the management, administration, information, provision and improvement of the service.
  3. Sending requested information through the forms provided at http://pledgeviewer.eu/.
  4. Send newsletters, as well as other communications of events, awards ceremonies and performance of pledgers of The European Commission, and the sector.

We remind you that you can oppose the sending of communications by any means and at any time, by sending an email to the address indicated above.

The fields from these registries are obligatory completion, being impossible to realize the expressed purposes if these data are not provided.

How long are the personal data collected retained?

Personal data provided will be kept as long as the commercial relationship is maintained or you do not request its deletion and during the period for which legal liabilities could arise for the services rendered.

Legitimation:

Treatment for your data will be done with following legal bases that legitimize it:

  1. Request for information, participation in the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition and/or the provision of pledges before The European Commission.
  2. Free, specific, informed and unambiguous consent, as we inform you by making available this privacy policy, which after reading the same, if you agree, you can accept by a statement or clear action affirmative, such as the marking of a box provided for this purpose.

In case you do not provide us with your information or you do it in an erroneous or incomplete way, we will not be able to meet your request, since it is impossible to provide you with the information requested or to carry out the contracting of the services.

Recipients:

Data will not be communicated to any third party outside The European Commission and its contractors which make up the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition Secretariat, except legal obligation.

As treatment managers, we have hired following service providers, having committed to compliance with regulatory provisions, applicable in terms for data protection, at time for hiring:  

Data collected by service users:

If user includes files that contain personal data on shared hosting servers, The European Commission is not responsible for the breach by the user of Data Protection Regulation.

Data retention in accordance with LSSI:

The European Commission reports that, as a hosting service provider and under the provisions contained on Law 34/2002, of July 11th, on the Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce (LSSI), retained in a maximum period for 12 months essential information to identify the source of data stored and the time when service started.

Retention of such data does not affect secret in communications and may only be used within the framework for a criminal investigation or to safeguard public safety, making himself available to the judges and/or courts or the Ministry which thus requires.

Data communication to State Forces will be under legal provisions on personal data protection.

Intellectual Property Rights

The European Commission owns all copyrights, intellectual property, industrial, "know how" and any other rights related to the content from the website http://pledgeviewer.eu/ and the services offered on it, as well as the programs necessary for its implementation and related information.

No available any reproduction, publication and/or use for the contents strictly private, full or partial, at the website http://pledgeviewer.eu/ without a prior written consent.

Software Intellectual Property Rights

You should respect other programs made available by The European Commission, while being free and/or publicly available.

The European Commission has exploitation rights and intellectual property for software needed.

User does not acquire any right or license by the contracted service, to the software necessary to provide service, or the technical information service trace, except for rights and licenses necessary in the fulfilment at contracted services and only for the duration thereof. In any action that exceeds the contract performance, user will need written permission from The European Commission, being forbidden to user for access, modify, view the configuration, structure and server’s files property of The European Commission, assuming the civil and criminal liability arising from any incident that might involve on servers and security systems as a direct result for a negligence or malicious on his part.

Intellectual property content hosted

Use contrary to intellectual property law services provided by The European Commission and in particular:

User has full responsibility in the content from its website, the information transmitted and stored, hypertext links, third party claims and legal actions in reference to intellectual property rights and minors protection.

User is responsible regarding laws and regulations in force and rules that have to do with running online service, electronic commerce, copyright, maintain public order, and universal principles at Internet use.

User indemnifies to The European Commission for expenses that generate some cause whose responsibility was attributable to user, including fees and legal expenses, even if a court decision is not final.

Information hosted protection

The European Commission backs content hosted on their servers, however not responsible for loss or accidental deletion data by users. Similarly, replacement does not guarantee total data deleted by users, since such data could have been deleted and/or modified during the period since the last backup.

Services offered, except specific backup services, do not include replacement for the contents stored in the backups made by The European Commission when this loss is attributable to user; at this case, rate will be determined according to the complexity and volume for the recovery, always previous user acceptance.

Replacement for deleted data is only included at cost in service when content loss is due to causes attributable to The European Commission

Commercial communications

Pursuant to LSSI. The European Commission will not send advertising or promotional communications by email or other means electronic communication that have not been previously requested or expressly authorized by the recipient.

In cases where there are some prior contractual relationships, The European Commission is allowed to send commercial communications relating to products or services which are similar to those initially made a contract with the customer.

In any case, user can request that you do not get more commercial information through channels customer, upon proof of identity.