The commitments of "The Oceanographic Institute - Albert I, Prince of Monaco Foundation
“The Oceanographic Institute – Albert I, Prince of Monaco Foundation” is concerned about respecting the privacy and protecting the information, whether personal or not, of all Internet users who wish to access the “Oceanographic Institute – Albert I, Prince of Monaco Foundation” website. The information communicated in declarative form is intended for the “Institut Océanographique – Fondation Albert Ier, Prince de Monaco” and will only be used for the sole purpose of the data collection in accordance with the law and regulations in force and in particular the General Data Protection Regulation.
“The Oceanographic Institute – Albert I, Prince of Monaco Foundation undertakes, moreover, not to pass on this information to third parties, i.e. organisations or companies outside the group or individuals for purposes other than issues related to the fields of activity of the “Institut Océanographique – Fondation Albert Ier, Prince de Monaco”.
In the interests of transparency and protection of rights, the “Institut Océanographique – Fondation Albert Ier, Prince of Monaco” will not obtain any information that could identify a user personally, except for that which is communicated by filling in and sending the forms on the site.
The information collected is necessary to respond to requests for information and to send informative e-mails. They are exclusively intended for “The Oceanographic Institute – Albert I, Prince of Monaco Foundation”.
No commercial use, even partial, of the data collected will be the subject of a transfer to Third Parties. This information is confidential and kept by the “Institut Océanographique – Fondation Albert Ier, Prince de Monaco”.
The non-personal information provided is used to offer products tailored to users’ tastes. The “Institut Océanographique – Fondation Albert I, Prince of Monaco” is likely to obtain information automatically but which cannot, under any circumstances, be associated with a person. This information includes the type of Internet browser used, the computer’s operating system and the name of the domain from which our site was accessed.
The right to access and modify personal data
In accordance with article 14 of the Monegasque law of 23 December 1993, you have the right to access and rectify any personal information concerning you. You may object to the dissemination of the data you have provided at any time, free of charge and without giving reasons.
For any contact concerning your personal data:
The Oceanographic Institute – Fondation Albert I, Prince of Monaco
MC 98000 Monaco
Tel: + 377 93 15 36 00
Fax: + 377 93 50 52 97
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