GDPR and processing of personal data

EU3D will use official documents and media debates to analyse differentiation. We will collect and analyse news articles and TV/radio broadcasts as well as official documents already publicly available. In the course of our analysis, we will collect and temporarily store information on individuals whose names and statements appear in the documents that we analyse.

GDPR rights apply for all persons whose data we will be processing throughout the course of the project (see articles 15-21 of the GDPR). This entails that all such persons have the right to:

  •  Ask for access to their personal data being processed.

  • Request that their personal data be deleted.

  • Request that incorrect personal data is corrected/rectified.

  • To receive a copy of their personal data (data portability).

In select cases, we publish analysis that may directly or indirectly identify public persons or private individuals and their opinions. Please contact EU3D Project Manager Geir Kværk (g.o.kvark@arena.uio.no) if you:

  • Identify yourself in our work as one of these individuals and have any concerns regarding your GDPR rights.

  • Identify yourself as having contributed your opinions in any of the texts that will appear listed here and have any concerns about the way we have processed and stored your personal data.

Published Jan. 29, 2020 1:26 PM - Last modified Jan. 29, 2020 1:32 PM