ECCO’22 Virtual - Privacy Settings
You can object to this processing at any time and without declaration of any reason. In case of objection to the processing, you will not be able to use the ECCO’22 Virtual Congress platform functions.
For the purpose of allowing a smooth multifunctional ECCO’22 Virtual experience, I hereby agree to the following processing.
• Personalised programme and course attendance needs to be tracked for UEMS CME accreditation purposes.
• In order to allow internal quality assurance and anonymised statistical reporting, the platform is relying on Matomo Statistics
• Default IP tracking by the cloud server solution via Cloud Flare (third country data transfer)
Scientific, Educational and Satellite Symposia programme:
• Watching the programme: implemented with Vimeo (third country data transfer)
• Participating in course break out sessions: implemented with Zoom (third country data transfer)
• Audience questions and voting: implemented with Sli.do (third country data transfer)
• Networking among congress delegates: implemented with PubNub (third country data transfer)
Exhibition, Satellite Symposia, ECCO Booth, Virtual Congress Bag
• External links (including exhibitors with third country data transfer):
The satellite symposia viewing page offer direct links to the respective external booths, company website and external survey pages.
Data categories used:
• Zoom: title, date and time, polls, chat logs, attendee information (screen name, join / leave time)
• Sli.do: submitted questions, date and time, number of likes (anonymously), submitter name (chosen name)
• PubNub: ID, First name, last name, title, country, actual chat conversations, IP address, device, date/time
• Cloud Flare: IP address, device, general website content (no further personal data)
• Vimeo: IP address, country, device, streams watched, date/time & Vimeo is using information collected via cookie settings for its own purposes and in their own interest
Data transfers to third countries:
Some of the functionalities implemented in the Platform and marked with “(third country data transfer)” above require a transfer of the above-mentioned data categories to third countries outside the EEA, including the United States. The European Court of Justice has ruled that the United States do not have an adequate level of data protection as US authorities might request access to your data and no effective legal remedies are available against it. You herewith consent to this transfer of your data to third countries, including to the United States.