Information about what personal information we collect and why.
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Your IP address is automatically logged by our web server. IP addresses are used to observe and analyse users’ interest in this website (number of visits, etc). We collect this information on the basis of our legitimate interests and will only use it to improve our website. We will analyse the information using Google Analytics, but will not share it with any other third parties.
We store email addresses only if users have provided them and requested to receive e-newsletters. Full details of how we use email addresses are provided on the ‘Join our mailing list‘ page.
We use the images and video footage on the basis of our legitimate business interest to record and promote our work.
We will always explain beforehand how the images or footage will be used, and will ask individuals to sign a consent form.
We sometimes use external agencies to record photos or video. Therefore, personal information/image may be shared with partner agencies involved in the work of the University of Edinburgh.
All personal information/images that we collect is held securely on the University’s servers and treated as confidential. We will hold images for up to ten years, and we will delete sooner if requested by the individual.
We do not use profiling or automated decision-making processes. Some processes are semi-automated (such as anti-fraud data matching) but a human decision maker will always be involved before any decision is reached in relation to you.
If you have any questions about the data we hold, please email CPSP@ed.ac.uk
This privacy statement is continued on the University of Edinburgh website at www.edin.ac/privacy.