In order for this website to function, it is necessary to collect some data on users and usage.
Data on logged in users
We strive to collect as little as possible about our users, but some data is necessary for things to work.
EasyDMP uses email addresses as user names. EasyDMP stores these with itself, together with a timestamp marking the first login, and a timestamp for the newest login.
These addresses are stored on first log in, and comes from the login facility. Therefore, we only support login mechanisms that supply us with an email address. This also means that if a user needs to change their email address, they need to do it at whatever facility they use to log in, for instance Feide or B2ACCESS, and then contact us.
The email address is visible to other logged in users. It is used to contact other users, invite other users to work on a plan, or for the support team at Sigma to get in contact with specific users if a problem occurs. There currently exists no easily used list of all email addresses in order to easily contact every user at once as of yet, as there haven't been any use for it. If the need should occur, details of the lists will be added to this page.
Full personal names
In order to have a valid export to RDA DMP Common Standard, a machine-readable DMP standard, it is necessary to collect your full name (first + last in that order).
As with email addresses, we can to some degree get this from the login mechanisms. When the login mechanism does not support this, there will be an extra form on login that will ask for your full name.
Since collecting full names was not part of the original design, if we do not already have the full name of a specific user, it will be added during next login.
Data on other users
The web server collects access logs. These contain users' ip-addresses and date of access. Log entries older than 30 days are deleted and there are no backups. There are also error logs, these are also deleted after 30 days, with no backups.
GDPR and legalese
Last updated: 2020-03-25