since the GDPR (EU Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on Data Protection) has come into force, we are sending this short email to inform you about the collection and use of your personal data.
Your e-mail address is and will be used only for information purposes related to the Jean Monnet Network LAwTTIP activities, therefore we will not disclose any kind of information to third parties nor track any kind of online behavior related to the website and the newsletter.
The person in charge of data protection is the coordinator Professor Federico Casolari.
If you do not intend anymore to receive our communications, you can write to email@example.com with the subject: UNSUBSCRIBE and we will remove your email from our contacts in the shortest time possible.
Hoping you always appreciate our work,
The LAwTTIP staff
INFORMATION NOTE ON THE LAwTTIP NEWSLETTER
The present notice is issued in compliance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data (the GDPR). According to Articles 12, 13 and 14 of the GDPR, data subjects are to be informed with regard to the processing of their personal data.
In particular, the present information is addressed to those receiving the LAwTTIP Newsletter within the framework of the Jean Monnet Network LAwTTIP – Legal Ambiguities withstanding TTIP.
Since the LAwTTIP Newsletter may be regarded as equivalent to a task carried out in the public interest (that is to foster and promote institutional and academic activities as well as to disseminate the main research outputs), the legal basis may be found in Article 6(1), point e) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679.
1. PERSONS AND ENTITIES IN CHARGE OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
The internal Data Processor is Professor Federico Casolari, coordinator of the LAwTTIP Network, International Research Center on European Law - University of Bologna, Via Andreatta 4 - 40126 Bologna.
Tel. +39 051.2094300 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. DATA PROCESSING PURPOSES AND MODALITIES
The LAwTTIP Newsletter is aimed at disseminating the main research, training/teaching, and activities promoted by the network; hosting insights and comments, written by academic members of the network or other scholars, on the negotiations, conclusion and implementation of trade agreements and on related issues concerning the relevant legal and judicial framework; mapping the main scientific contributions on these topics, published by the LAwTTIP academic members, by other scholars and by the most relevant European and extra-EU research centres.
Data subjects can unsubscribe from the LAwTTIP Newsletter at any time and their consent is not required to process their personal data. In order to send the newsletter that data subjects have subscribed to, personal data are usually processed through digital tools (i.e. newsletter management software).
Personal data are stored according to high standards of protection and confidentiality.
3. PERSONAL DATA STORAGE PERIOD
Personal data will be processed for the duration of the period of sending the newsletter until the consent is withdrawn or the newsletter transmission is terminated. Personal data will be definitely delated after 6 months from the date of cancellation or the termination of the newsletter.
4. NATURE OF THE PERSONAL DATA
Providing one’s personal data is not a legal obligation; instead, it is necessary in order to receive the LAwTTIP Newsletter. Therefore, individuals can actively subscribe to the newsletters on a voluntary basis. In some cases, individuals can request a newsletter subscription from the LAwTTIP staff (e.g. during an event).
The processed data include e-mail addresses and can also include name and surname, job and employer.
5. RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECTS
As data subjects, recipients have the right to unsubscribe from newsletters. They also have the rights stated in Chapter III, Sections 2, 3 and 4 of the GDPR (e.g. data subjects can request that the Controllers give them access to and rectify/erase their personal data, restrict their data’s processing, request data portability, or object to the processing of their personal data).
Data subjects can also lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
To exercise these rights, data subjects can contact the internal Data Processor.
The subjects may therefore ask to unsubscribe from the LAwTTIP Newsletter at any time without affecting the lawfulness of the processing, which was made on the basis of consent before its withdrawal. In this case, they will stop receiving the communications concerning the newsletter. The erasure occurs within 72 hours from the request received. To unsubscribe from the newsletter, please send an email with explicit request of erasure to email@example.com.
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