The information you provide will be used by the Software Sustainability Institute (a collaborative project between the University of Edinburgh, the University of Manchester, the University of Oxford and the University of Southampton) to:
The Institute uses Google Drive to store documents created within uCONFLY. We offer the option to use your Google account for authentication, though you may create an account within uCONFLY if you wish. The uCONFLY website is hosted on Amazon Lightsail.
The Institute, through its constituent University partners, remains responsible for the information and will ensure it is kept securely.
The Institute principally uses your information under the legal basis of consent.
When you enter your information in a form, we specify the purpose and future use of this information. By submitting information to a form, you consent for your details to be used according to the purposes stated within each form.
An example of this would be a request to be added to a mailing list (which will be used to send you newsletters and information). As this information is provided on the basis of consent, you are free to withdraw your consent for such use of your information at any time.
We also collect some personal information (like the address of your computer) through the use of website cookies.
The University of Edinburgh may process your information under the legal basis of contract, whereby the processing is necessary for a contract you have with us, or because you have asked us to take specific steps before entering into a contract.
Application forms typically fall into this category wherein you supply your information because you wish to access a particular service or enrol on a programme.
Information supplied for an event registration is used to provide you with information about the specific event you signed up for. It is retained after the event has passed for statistical purposes and to allow you to view the event retrospectively. Other than when creating a document with Google Docs, the information you provide is not passed to any third parties.
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