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Data Protection Notice for Website Users

Data Protection Notice for Website Users

Data Protection Notice for Website Users

Data Protection Notice for Website Users

Data Protection Notice for Website Users

Data Protection Notice for Website Users

Data Protection Notice for Website Users

Data Protection Notice for Website Users

Data Protection Notice for Website Users

1.       What is the Platform for Innovative Learning Assessments (PILA) and who does it involve?

PILA is a not-for-profit initiative that comprises a user-facing website and a data collection platform with learning and assessment content and tools, which requires a PILA account. This Notice pertains only to the users of the PILA website when not logged in to an account. The website is managed by the PISA Research and Innovation team at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) int the Directorate for Education and Skills. It is hosted in the United States by a company called Vercel.

2.       What personal data does PILA collect from website users, and for what purposes?

In order to ensure the effective functioning and security of the PILA website and to better understand visitor behavioural patterns, as you browse the PILA website, we automatically collect:

  • Log information such as the pages you visit and the time/date of your visit, as well as your internet prototcol (IP) address.
  • Device and software information such as your browser specifications and operating system.

This information is collected through the use of various technologies, including cookies which are small text files stored in your browser.

3.       Where are PILA website data stored and for how long?

The above information is collected through a third-party service, Google Analytics, which is also based in the United States. The PILA website allows this service to access the data generated by your activity and store it using cookies. This data is processed in a way that does not directly identify you.

We store data about your activity on the PILA website for two years, after which time it is deleted.

4.       What rights do you have related to their personal data on PILA?

Under our data protection rules, you have rights to access and rectify your personal data, as well as to object to its processing, and request erasure in certain circumstances. To exercise these rights in connection with your use of this website please contact edu.pila@oecd.org.

If you have further queries or complaints related to the processing of your personal data, please contact the OECD’s Data Protection Officer (dpo@oecd.org). If you need further assistance in resolving claims related to personal data protection you can contact the OECD’s Data Protection Commissioner (dpc@oecd.org).

1.       What is the Platform for Innovative Learning Assessments (PILA) and who does it involve?

PILA is a not-for-profit initiative that comprises a user-facing website and a data collection platform with learning and assessment content and tools, which requires a PILA account. This Notice pertains only to the users of the PILA website when not logged in to an account. The website is managed by the PISA Research and Innovation team at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) int the Directorate for Education and Skills. It is hosted in the United States by a company called Vercel.

2.       What personal data does PILA collect from website users, and for what purposes?

In order to ensure the effective functioning and security of the PILA website and to better understand visitor behavioural patterns, as you browse the PILA website, we automatically collect:

  • Log information such as the pages you visit and the time/date of your visit, as well as your internet prototcol (IP) address.
  • Device and software information such as your browser specifications and operating system.

This information is collected through the use of various technologies, including cookies which are small text files stored in your browser.

3.       Where are PILA website data stored and for how long?

The above information is collected through a third-party service, Google Analytics, which is also based in the United States. The PILA website allows this service to access the data generated by your activity and store it using cookies. This data is processed in a way that does not directly identify you.

We store data about your activity on the PILA website for two years, after which time it is deleted.

4.       What rights do you have related to their personal data on PILA?

Under our data protection rules, you have rights to access and rectify your personal data, as well as to object to its processing, and request erasure in certain circumstances. To exercise these rights in connection with your use of this website please contact edu.pila@oecd.org.

If you have further queries or complaints related to the processing of your personal data, please contact the OECD’s Data Protection Officer (dpo@oecd.org). If you need further assistance in resolving claims related to personal data protection you can contact the OECD’s Data Protection Commissioner (dpc@oecd.org).

1.       What is the Platform for Innovative Learning Assessments (PILA) and who does it involve?

PILA is a not-for-profit initiative that comprises a user-facing website and a data collection platform with learning and assessment content and tools, which requires a PILA account. This Notice pertains only to the users of the PILA website when not logged in to an account. The website is managed by the PISA Research and Innovation team at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) int the Directorate for Education and Skills. It is hosted in the United States by a company called Vercel.

2.       What personal data does PILA collect from website users, and for what purposes?

In order to ensure the effective functioning and security of the PILA website and to better understand visitor behavioural patterns, as you browse the PILA website, we automatically collect:

  • Log information such as the pages you visit and the time/date of your visit, as well as your internet prototcol (IP) address.
  • Device and software information such as your browser specifications and operating system.

This information is collected through the use of various technologies, including cookies which are small text files stored in your browser.

3.       Where are PILA website data stored and for how long?

The above information is collected through a third-party service, Google Analytics, which is also based in the United States. The PILA website allows this service to access the data generated by your activity and store it using cookies. This data is processed in a way that does not directly identify you.

We store data about your activity on the PILA website for two years, after which time it is deleted.

4.       What rights do you have related to their personal data on PILA?

Under our data protection rules, you have rights to access and rectify your personal data, as well as to object to its processing, and request erasure in certain circumstances. To exercise these rights in connection with your use of this website please contact edu.pila@oecd.org.

If you have further queries or complaints related to the processing of your personal data, please contact the OECD’s Data Protection Officer (dpo@oecd.org). If you need further assistance in resolving claims related to personal data protection you can contact the OECD’s Data Protection Commissioner (dpc@oecd.org).

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