In order to offer additional services, the HURBE Project may use services offered by third companies, such as MOOC (https://www.MOOC/). In these cases, the Privacy Policies of these third Companies are applicable.
When visiting the website of the HURBE Project, Google Analytics may automatically collect the following information that HURBE Project will use for analytical purposes:
During the process of registration to the Idel-ist Project website, which offers more services, material and receiving notifications about relevant updates, according to your preferences, the user is requested to provide data as indicated in the registration forms.
Inserted data must be correct and must not violate any laws or other person(s) and/or organisation(s) rights.
Data can be modified or deleted at any time in the user profile.
The HURBE Project collects the following data in the user profile:
The data collected will be used by the HURBE Project in the following ways:
Once we have received your personal data, we will use strict procedures and security features to try to prevent unauthorised access to it. This will be done to the extent possible considering the internet and transmissions on it are not completely secure.
The user can always access and obtain a copy of his or her data that is stored by the HURBE Project by logging to his or her personal profile and print all information. If the user is encountering difficulties to login, he or she can write to the email info@HURBE-project.eu or use the 'Tech Support' option to contact the HURBE Project website manager. The user is required to include information that will enable the HURBE Project to verify the identity of the user. The HURBE Project will answer to this request within 30 days from the receipt of the request.
There are exceptions to the right of access, for example in case the data involves information about a third person, or if the access is restricted by law.
The user can edit and modify the data that is stored in his or her own personal profile, in case they are wrong or not updated.
The user can delete his or her data from the database, if, for example, they are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected, or if the user withdraws their consent to processing. If the user is unable to delete his data (profile) independently, he or she can request the HURBE Project website manager to delete it. The user can write to the email info@HURBE-project.eu or use the 'Tech Support' option on the website of the HURBE Project. The user is required to include information that will enable the HURBE Project to verify the identity of the user. The HURBE Project will answer this request within 30 days from the receipt of the request.
The user will receive relevant notification from HURBE Project website via email, he or she may unsubscribe from this service at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in any email from the HURBE Project.
If the user feels that there is a problem with how the personal data has been handled, he or she has the right to register a complaint with a supervisory authority.
You hereby agree that you will only use the website in accordance with these Terms and applicable laws and regulations.
 Compulsory only for NCP
 Compulsory only for NCP