The Association of European University Presses was created under the French law of July 1st 1901 and the decree of August 16th 1901, by the members adhering to the AEUP Bylaws. The main purpose of the organisation is to develop and support relations between university presses in Europe through cooperation and mutuality.
In all membership application AEUP ask for information about your organisation and the person responsible for the organisation, and details to annual membership dues and about your organisation’s publishing activities.
AEUP uses personal data to accomplish our mission as an organisation, and only personal data required to meet this goal. AEUP stores your personal data as long as you are member of the association.
AEUP Activities, email mailing list and Social Media
For AEUP activities, such as annual members meetings, conferences, workshops, surveys etc., you will be asked to give information so we can give you relevant information about the event. AEUP will keep your personal information until you notify us that you do not wish to be contacted by us.
AEUP surveys may be used in reports, and information collected from surveys, which you will have had the possibility to agree upon when responding to the survey, and how the data will be used.
AEUP has not yet hosted webinars, but if we will do so, we may use personal information collected for the purposes of joining that particular webinar. If collaborating with other organisation organising a webinar, we do not pass on or sell personal data to other organisations.
When you are networking with AEUP via Social Media, such as Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook, these third parties may collect your data, in order to communicate via these platforms.
AEUP Website comments
If you decide to leave a comment on the WordPress-run AEUP website, the data is shown in the comments form. Be aware that when you use the internet, an IP address is assigned to your computer, via the internet service provider.
Your rights according to the data protection regulations (GDPR)
According to the regulations (GDPR) you as an individual are given a number of rights. These include, the rights to information about how your personal data is stored and processes, access to your personal data, right to correct your personal data and have it erased.
This Privacy Statement was published and updated on November 15, 2019.
For any further questions regarding this, please contact the AEUP Board of Directors at: email@example.com