The Multi-Ideological Radicalisation Assessment towards Disengagement (MIRAD) is funded by the European Union’s Internal Security Fund — Police (GA no. 101035878).
Cookies are small text files which are placed on your computer when you visit our website www.mirad-project.eu. Cookies help us to do different things, such as enabling certain features on our website or measuring how visitors such as you use our website.
The GDPR asks us to provide you with quite a lot of information, so please bear with us. Should you have further questions regarding the processing of your personal data, do not hesitate to contact our Data Protection Officer DPO – you can contact our DPO via e-mail at: email@example.com.
WHO ARE “WE”?
You can contact us at:
Slowackiego 17/11, 60-822 Poznan, Poland
phone: +48 (61) 663 02 21
Whenever you have a question, a request or an issue with the processing of your personal data as explained further in the policy, you can address that question, request or issue to the POLISH PLATFORM FOR HOMELAND SECURITY and our DPO firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHICH COOKIES DO WE USE AND WHY?
• Cookies are small text files sent and stored on the user’s computer, smartphone or other devices from which it connects to the Internet.
• Cookies are downloaded via the web browser during the first visit to the website.
• Cookies do not change the configuration of the device used by the User, the files help to adapt the content of the website to the expectations, facilitate navigation on the pages and ensure the effectiveness of security procedures.
• Cookies allow you to assess what the Users’ preferences are, and how the website can be improved.
In general, we use two types of cookies, each with a specific purpose:
• Necessary cookies: these are cookies, which are strictly needed for the proper functioning of the website; and
• Anonymised statistical cookies: these are cookies, including from third-party providers, which help us analyse your use of the website, and that of other users, so we can optimize the site for a better browsing experience. While these cookies may contain personal data at the collection, we use the anonymization feature of Google Analytics to anonymize your IP address immediately after collection.
When you use our website www.mirad-project.eu, we will place the Google Analytics (GA) cookies which allow us to measure and determine how you and other visitors use our website.
For the statistics cookies listed above, we require your prior consent as a legal ground for processing this information.
You can give your consent by clicking the “OK” button in the cookie banner and continuing to use the website.
You can withdraw your consent at any time by deleting the cookies stored in your browser. This does not affect the validity of the processing prior to your withdrawal of consent. You can find more information on how to do this on the websites of the respective browser manufacturers:
• Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
• Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences
• Opera: https://help.opera.com/en/latest/web-preferences/
• Internet Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
• Microsoft Edge: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows-10/edge-privacy-faq
• Safari: https://support.apple.com/guide/safari/manage-cookies-and-website-data-sfri11471/mac
TO WHOM DO WE SHARE YOUR DATA?
We will not share your data with anyone but the people working for the POLISH PLATFORM FOR HOMELAND SECURITY involved in the management of the website, as well as the service providers who help us process your data. Anyone who has access to your data will always be bound by strict legal or contractual obligations to keep your data safe and confidential.
You understand that our use of analytical and statistical cookies may imply that the third party provider of those cookies, namely Google, may obtain certain information about you, including your surfing behaviour.
Anonymised and aggregated statistics about the use of the website will not contain any information that can be traced back to you as a user.
HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR DATA?
Your personal data are only processed at the first moment of collection. Afterwards, we immediately use the anonymization features of Google Analytics to ensure that any information collected via cookies is anonymized. For more information on this process, please refer to: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2763052?hl=en.
We may keep reports and aggregated statistical data for up to 5 years after the project’s duration.
Please note, however, that some of the statistics cookies above, especially the _ga and _gid cookie, remain on your device for the whole duration of the indicated lifespan (unless you delete them manually). Each time you visit our website, these cookies will be collected again.
WHAT DO WE DO TO KEEP YOUR DATA SAFE?
The security and confidentiality of all data we process are very important to us. We have technical, organizational and contractual measures to ensure that our infrastructure, systems, applications, premises and processes are and remain safe.
WHICH RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE WITH REGARD TO YOUR DATA?
When we collect and use your personal data, you enjoy a right of access, correction, erasure, data portability as well as restriction and opposition to processing your personal data. Note, however, that where it concerns personal data processed through cookies, we anonymize immediately. We are therefore no longer processing any personal data after that point and hence, no rights can be granted.
If you have any complaint regarding the processing of your personal data by the POLISH PLATFORM FOR HOMELAND SECURITY, you may always contact us via the e-mail address mentioned above. If you remain unsatisfied with our response, you may file a complaint with a competent data protection authority. As a natural person using our website, you may lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority of the Member State of your habitual residence, place of work or the place of the alleged infringement (Poland). In Poland, the supervisory authority is the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.