Protection of personal data
The Carnot de Bourgogne Interdisciplinary Laboratory (ICB) – UMR 6303 undertakes to ensure that the personal data processing it implements for study and research purposes complies with the General Data Protection Regulations (RGPD) ) and the Data Protection Act.
Each treatment implemented by the University of Burgundy limits the collection of personal data to what is strictly necessary (data minimization) and is accompanied by an information notice containing:
- the purposes of data processing (purposes);
- the legal basis for the processing;
- the compulsory or optional nature of data collection and a reminder of the categories of data processed;
- the source of the data;
- the categories of data subjects;
- the recipients of the data;
- the retention period of the data;
security measures (general description);
- the possible existence of data transfers outside the European Union;
- the possible existence of automated decision-making;
computer rights and freedoms and how to exercise them at the University of Burgundy.
The personal data that the University of Burgundy collects or holds for statistical processing is subject to strict rules and measures guaranteeing their security and confidentiality. All persons having access to the data collected (investigators, agents, statisticians, researchers) are bound by statistical confidentiality. Like all civil servants and State agents, the personnel of the University of Burgundy are also subject to the legislative and regulatory rules on professional secrecy and the obligation of secrecy, which apply to the files and information of which they have access. knowledge in their work.
For any information or exercise of your data protection rights on the processing of personal data implemented by the University of Burgundy, you can contact (with a copy of your identity document in the event of exercise of your rights) the delegate to the data protection of the University of Burgundy
- by e-mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- by mail to the following address:
The Data Protection Officer of the University of Burgundy
Legal and Institutional Affairs Department
University House – Esplanade ERASME
21 078 DIJON CEDEX
Note: the right to erasure does not apply to processing carried out to perform a public interest mission, as well as the right to object for processing carried out for statistical purposes necessary for the performance of a public interest mission. public interest (Articles 17 (3) b and 21 (6) of the General Data Protection Regulation.