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  1. Nov 2022
    1. Data minimisation

      Collect only the data that we need to meet our research objectives.

    2. The GDPR places obligations on both: the ‘data controller’, which ‘alone, or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means ofthe processing of personal data’; and the ‘data processor’, which ‘processes personal data on behalf of the controller’.

      Nosotros seríamos el data controller

    3. It is your responsibility to ensure that your research complies withthe data protection laws in all the Member States in which your research data areprocessed, as well as the GDPR.33 See in particular Articles 9(4), 8 and 89(3) GDPR.

      Pilas con Alemania

    4. The increasing impact of these and other new technologieson our everyday lives and activity is reflected in the letter and spirit of the EU’s 2016 General DataProtection Regulation GDPR)

      letter about the use of nw technologies (artificial intelligence)

    5. Ethics and data protection

      Ethics and data protection



    1. This section concerns research involving goods, software and technologies covered bythe EU Export Control Regulation No 482/2009.

      Los sensores que nosotros utilizamos tienen que ser evaluados por esta regulación?

    2. Pseudonymisation and anonymisation are not the same thing.‘Anonymised’ means that the data has been rendered anonymous in such away that the data subject can no longer be identified (and therefore is nolonger personal data and thus outside the scope of data protection law).‘Pseudonymised’ means to divide the data from its direct identifiers so thatlinkage to a person is only possible with additional information that is heldseparately. The additional information must be kept separately and securelyfrom processed data to ensure non-attribution.

      Diferencias entre anonimización y pseudoanonimización

    3. Collecting personal data (e.g. on religion, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity,etc.) that is not essential to your research may expose you to allegations of‘hidden objectives’ or ‘mission creep’

      Justificar por qué queremos recolectar esta información

    4. Ethics issues checklist

      Ethics issues checklist - Personal data

    5. 1) Declarationconfirmingcompliance withthe laws of thecountry where thedata was collected.

      Aquí hay que especificar que se cumplen con las leyes del país de donde se recoge la información.

    6. name, anidentification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or morefactors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic,cultural or social identity of that natural person (art. 2(a) EU General DataProtection Regulation (GDPR).

      What makes a person identifiable

    7. Participants must be given an informed consent form and detailed information sheetsthat: are written in a language and in terms they can fully understand describe the aims, methods and implications of the research, the nature of theparticipation and any benefits, risks or discomfort that might ensue explicitly state that participation is voluntary and that anyone has the right torefuse to participate and to withdraw their participation, samples or data atany time — without any consequences state how biological samples and data will be collected, protected during theproject and either destroyed or reused subsequently state what procedures will be implemented in the event of unexpected orincidental findings (in particular, whether the participants have the right toknow, or not to know, about any such findings).

      Detalles del consentimiento informado

    8. Does it involveinvasivetechniques (e.g.collection ofhuman cells ortissues, surgicalor medicalinterventions,invasive studieson the brain, TMSetc.)?

      It seems we do not

    9. vulnerableindividuals orgroups?

      How do they define vulnerable?

    10. Ethics issues checklist

      Ethics issues checklist - Research on human beings

    11. How to complete your ethics self-assessment

      How to complete your ethics self-assessment