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Personal data and our web services

Read about how the Institute for Social Research processes personal data, our use of cookies and how you can avoid them.

What is considered personal data?

All kinds of data and information that can be linked to and identify a person (such as name, date of birth or photo) are considered personal data.

The Institute for Social Research processes personal data in connection with our research, administration and employment relationships.

Newsletters and forms

We send newsletters by email. This service is contingent on the registration of the user’s email address. The address is only used to send the newsletter. If the user wishes to unsubscribe to the newsletter, their address is deleted.

The contact information entered in forms at is only used for the purpose of the form in question.

Internet statistics and the use of cookies

We use cookies on our website to collect statistics about use of the site. The statistics tool Google Analytics is used to collect statistics. The IP addresses are anonymised before they are sent to Google, and information about your use of the website cannot be linked to you as an individual.

If you want to avoid cookies, see the following:

Published June 9, 2017 12:17 PM - Last modified Nov. 27, 2017 10:53 AM