Privacy

The EIB processes personal data of individuals under the terms of EU Regulation 2018/1725 on the protection of natural persons (data subjects) with regard to the processing of personal data by the Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies and on the free movement of such data.

Considered as data subject is a person invited to and/or contributing to EIB public consultation and/or or attending a related event as well as a person receiving information about a future EIB public consultations and related events and about follow up processes.

There are three types of data processing and collecting, as set out below. Data subjects are asked to agree to either or all types of processing and collecting.

  1. Publication of contribution to the public consultation.

The contribution can either be publicly available on the EIB website, including some personal information of the contributor or the contributor can request anonymous publication.

  1. The processing of personal data for the purpose of registering for a specific event

By registering for a specific event, the data subject agrees to the processing and collecting of his/her personal data for professional purposes related to a specific event. Such data is collected by authorised EIB staff members only and becomes part of the mailing list dedicated to the management and organisation of the specific event.

Data subjects are entitled to:

  • have access to their data, and under duly justified reasons
  • may request to modify or erase their data
  • withdraw at any time their consent to the processing of their personal data
  • ask for their data to be used in a restrictive way 

In case of an event which is co-organised or co-sponsored with a non-EIB organisation, the collected data will not be shared with the co-organiser(s) of the jointly organised event.

  1. The processing of personal data into a mailing list with the purpose of inviting data subjects to future EIB public consultations and related events

By giving consent, collected personal data becomes part of a list of contact details (also referred to as a mailing list) shared internally amongst EIB Group services for the purpose of contacting data subjects in the context of future EIB Group activities. A storage limit of 1 year after the end of the public consultation is applied to data that has been collected and processed under either type of data processing and collecting as set out above.

A storage limit of 1 year after the end of the public consultation is applied to data that has been collected and processed under either type of data processing and collecting as set out above.

  1. The processing of personal data if the event takes place in a non-EEA (non-European Economic Area) country

By giving consent for a specific event, that takes place in a non-EEA country, the collected personal data may be shared with the host country authorities or event co-organiser in order to facilitate and realise the organisation of the event.

Live web streaming, audio and visual recording

Photographs and/or audio-visual footage can be taken and/or live-streamed during (part of) an EIB event. Photos and videos can be published on the EIB website and social media pages as well as on the (partner) organisation’s online platforms. Photos and videos can be reproduced in various media including EIB publications, social networks and press, in connection with a specific event, or for further cultural and institutional purposes as well as for promotional activities of the EIB. By attending an EIB (co-)organised event, the data subject agrees that he/she may appear in published photos and/or videos as stated above.

More information and complaints

If the data subject does not agree with the collection and processing of his/her data, or if he/she wishes to lodge a complaint with the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) or wishes to address any doubts to EIB’s Data Protection Officer (DPO), he/she can contact DataProtectionOfficer@eib.org.

More information on Privacy and data protection at the EIB is available on: http://www.eib.org/en/infocentre/privacy

Delib Privacy Information

Delib’s software (this website) enables organisations to set up and operate democratic exercises, through which they will engage with you.

When you access and use this site, your information submitted to these exercises will go to the data controller: the organisation running this site. If you have provided it, this information may include personal data (e.g. your name, age, contact details etc.).

Delib’s role is to process this data on behalf of the controller. Processing means (among other things): making sure this website runs properly, that your data is securely stored and is available to the controller so that they can do their work effectively.

Our primary purpose is in making software platforms that help you to have your say. To do this we need to make sure that when you do, your data is safe, secure, and can be worked with effectively. So that’s what we do. Delib will not access your personal data unless requested to do so by the controller, and only for the purposes of helping them or you.

The data controller will have a privacy policy or other information notice, which sets out how they will hold and use the information you provide, as well as your rights in relation to that information. This policy or notice may be included on this page, or can be obtained by contacting them.

If you have any questions or requests about your personal data, these should be sent to the data controller in the first instance. Delib cannot directly deal with such enquiries as it does not control how your information is used.

Collection of Browser Information

Delib stores information which is provided by your computer when you use the website. For example, your browser type, IP address, language preference, referring site, and the date and time. Delib's purpose in collecting this information is to maintain the security of the website and for the purposes of operating and improving the software.