Terms and Conditions
Information that OC, resp. IOCCP-BAS receive for the visitors of the website and how it is used
The information we receive for the visitors of our website is limited to depersonalized, segregated data that does not allow direct visitor identification.
The information is used solely for statistical purposes to measure the activity and traffic of our website and to improve visitor navigation.
Information that Google Analytics receives for the visitors of the website and how it is used.
When logging in and navigating through our website, Google (Google Analytics) also collects and processes your location information as well as other technical information about your actions within our website. Data collected by Google Analytics includes your IP address used to connect your computer to the Internet, "clicks" to, through and from our website (including date and time), and information about your interactions with our website (such as possible views, "clicks" and "mouse" movements).
Google Analytics uses different technologies to determine the location, including IP address, GPS, and other sensors that can, for example, provide Google with nearby device information, Wi-Fi access points and power.
For more information on how Google Analytics uses these data, please see the "How Google uses information from sites or apps that use our services" (, or any other website where Google may publish these terms). Please periodically check the Google page for any changes or updates to these terms and to the information collected through Google Analytics.
For the normal and fast functioning of the BIO-ANTIOXIDANTS 2019 website, cookies technology is used. Cookies are small codes, usually stored on the computer's hard disk, which allow the user to customize a website by keeping information about his/her visits to it.
You can set up your Internet browser not to accept cookies and this will also apply to your visits to the BIO-ANTIOXIDANTS 2019 website. If you disable cookies on our website, it will continue working, but without the ability to use some of its functionality.
The information stored in any such file within the website relates only to its technical use.
Personal information that OC, resp. IOCCP-BAS receive for the visitors of the website by using the online abstract submission system and how it is stored and used
When using the online abstract submission system, you are required to enter your salutation (Mr., Mrs., Ms.), your first name, your last name, your affiliation, a working address for correspondence, including city, postal code and country, as well as an e-mail address for correspondence. If desired, and if it is applicable to you, you can also enter your scientific degree, academic title and phone number.
Mandatory information as well as optional information, if provided, will be collected and stored in the BIO-ANTIOXIDANTS 2019 database and used only for the purpose of organizing and conducting the conference and communicating with the participants to inform them on changes in the organization and programme, news and upcoming events, and answering to their questions and inquiries.
For administrative reasons, the personal data collected during their visit to this website and by using the online abstract submission system and processed by the OC until all related activities are concluded and 1 year after for report resons.
The data described above (IP address, your actions on our website, salutation, first name, last name, affiliation, working address and e-mail address) are collected on the basis of the legitimate interests of the administrator according to Art. 6, par. 1, b. (e) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Your rights as data subjects and how to exercise them
Every individual has the following rights in respect to his/her personal data collected during his/her visit to this website and by using the online abstract submission system, and stored and processed by the OC, resp. IOCCP-BAS:
- right to information
- right of access by the data subject (Art. 15)
- right to rectification (Art. 16)
- right to erasure (“right to be forgotten”) (Art. 17)
- right to restrict processing (Art. 18)
- right of data portability (Art. 20)
- right to object to processing (incl. for direct marketing – Art. 21, (2)-(3); scientific, historical or statistical purposes – Art. 21, (6))
OC, resp. IOCCP-BAS do not make decisions based solely on automated processing involving the profiling of data subjects.
The data subject's right to information is made available through the brief, comprehensible and easily accessible information provided in this document relating to the processing of the data. Additional information related to the processing of personal data by the OC, resp. IOCCP-BAS, which is due under the applicable regulations, you may receive as a data subject by submitting a written request to the following electronic and/or postal addresses and/or phone number.
Your rights listed in points 2 to 7 can be exercised by submitting a written request to the following electronic and/or postal addresses and/or phone number.