In the framework of the activity # After Lockdown the Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece, Harvard University (hereinafter “CHS Greece”) and/or its collaborating institutions collect and process personal data of participants who submit recordings in response to the call for contributions. In particular, the data being collected as part of this project are in the form of digital audio files (voice recordings), as well as first and last name, gender, age, e-mail address, professional activity/affiliation, and location. The legal basis for processing these data is the written consent of the participant to take part in the project by signing this form.
Upon selection from the organizers, some recordings will be uploaded and made available online via podcasting services through the Center’s and/or its collaborating institutions’ websites, social media, and other media platforms, displaying the data mentioned above, or parts of it depending on your selection. Some information that may be included in this collaboration will be kept for archival purposes and may be used for the purposes of promoting this activity as well as other activities and the broader visibility of the Center. They may also be forwarded to third parties (such as co-organizers and/or collaborating institutions) with whom CHS Greece collaborates with the aim of further promoting the activity and of informing other interested parties. CHS Greece makes every effort but cannot exclude or be liable for the republication in any way whatsoever of the material or any part of it that is made illegally by any third party via internet download.
The Center’s employees and associates have the right to access and process the above data, as well as individuals/companies that support its operation (IT systems and websites administrators), for the sole purpose of dealing with the object of their work.
Given the subject matter of the activity, the selected recordings will be available online for the foreseeable future. Also, all the personal information of the participants, selected or not, will be archived by the Center for 5 years.
I agree that CHS Greece and/or its collaborating institutions will own the recordings and all copyrights and other rights therein. I agree that they will have the irrevocable, worldwide right to make, copy, edit, publish, distribute, play, show, perform, display and otherwise use and make available the recordings and any works that may be derived from the recordings, by any means and in any media now existing or hereafter invented, and to authorize others to do the same.
I acknowledge that my participation in the activity is based -exclusively- on a voluntary basis, and I agree that I will not receive any payment, now or in the future, in connection with the #After Lockdown Podcast, the rights I have granted to CHS Greece and its collaborating institutions in this document, or the use and dissemination of the recordings. I understand that I am not an affiliate or employee of CHS Greece, and that I am not authorized to enter into binding commitments on CHS Greece’s part.
Neither my recording nor its permitted use by CHS Greece and its collaborating institutions will infringe or violate any copyright or other right of any other person or entity or breach any obligation I have to any such person or entity.
The rights provided above are indefinite and irrevocable and I understand that the CHS Greece and its collaborating institutions will act in accordance with this form. Ι declare that Ι have no claim or requirements from CHS Greece and its collaborating institutions resulting from or in connection with the above. The present is governed by Greek law and is subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of Athens, Greece.
The Center has taken all the necessary security measures to safeguard your personal data.
With respect to your personal data, you have the following rights:
- Right of data access: The right to know if your data is being processed, how, and for what purpose.
- Right of data rectification: The right to ask for a rectification of your personal data if it is inaccurate or incomplete.
- Right of data deletion (“right to be forgotten”): The right to request the deletion or removal of your personal data under certain conditions.
- Right to restriction of data processing: The right to request the restriction of the processing of your personal data when certain conditions are met.
- Right to data portability: Your right to ask to send your information to a third party (e.g. another support center).
- Right to object to processing: The right to object to the processing of your data. The Center will no longer submit your data for processing unless there are legitimate reasons for processing or for the foundation, exercise or support of legal claims.
- When you submit a request by exercising one of the above rights, the Center must respond within one month, or later, but explain the reasons for the delay.
You can exercise your rights at no cost by submitting a request to the Center’s Secretariat (+30 2752047030) or by sending an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).