Information about the use of your personal data (sometimes called a „fair processing notice“ or „data collection notice“) is often transmitted via an online recording/recording system. The information published by different members of the consortium is actually similar, but not identical. If you prefer that we do not perform the above activity, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0113 34 36541. Key legislation for the university include the 2016 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data protection act 2018 (DPA 2018), privacy and electronic communications regulations (EC Directive) 2003 (PECR) and Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA). Sometimes we have to share your personal data with other organisations in the European Union or outside the European Union based in countries with comparable levels of protection in order to achieve the purposes for which we process your personal data. The University will share your data with Nexus Leeds Ltd for the following purposes: Our postal address for privacy issues is University of Leeds, Room 11.72 EC Stoner Building, Leeds, LS2 9JT. Please note that an invitation to contact the author for the data does not meet the expectations of the search proponents. By accepting a student activity at the White Rose College of the Arts – Humanities, you accept the data sharing agreements and common elements agreed by the consortium and made available to you: institutions cannot modify them without at least informing you and, in many cases, obtaining your consent. Updated data protection laws give individuals greater control over the privacy of their personal data and protect the rights and freedoms of individuals when the university processes their personal data.
The videos on our website are hosted by YouTube. The YouTube player is used to track data anonymously, to capture the total number of calls and the number of video playbacks. The legal basis for the university`s processing of your data, in accordance with Article 6 of RGPD, is that personal data may contain „sensitive personal data“ as described in the DPA and the „specific categories of data“ as described in the RGPD.