A. Organizers may collect the following types of personal data of all the teams of each track with your consent:
B. Organizers may collect the following types of personal data of the top-5 teams of each track with your consent:
Organizers will collect personal data from two sources：
If you are providing data regarding other individuals to organizers:
If you do not provide organizers with the requested personal data organizers may not be able to properly administer the competition, consider your entry into the competition, or award a prize to you. Where you have given organizer your consent to use your personal data in a particular manner (e.g. for publicity purposes in connection with being a winner of the competition) you have the right to withdraw this consent at any time, which you may do by contacting organizer as described in the “Contacting us” section below. Please note however that the withdrawal of your consent will not affect any use of the data made before you withdrew your consent and organizer may still be entitled to hold and process the relevant personal data to the extent that it is entitled to do so, on bases other than your consent.
Organizers will only disclose Personal Data of the top-5 teams of each track in the DAI 2020 Workshop on Autonomous Driving Competition. The disclosed Personal Data include the name, and educational background with their consent. In addition, organizers will also disclose these data in the competition website of CodaLab. Organizers may share personal data with the following parties:
To the extent required by applicable law, you may (i) have the right to access certain personal data organizers maintain about you, (ii) request that organizers update or correct inaccuracies in that data, (iii) object or restrict to organizers’ use of your personal data, and (iv) ask organizers to delete your personal data from our database. To exercise these rights, please click here to give your feedback online. Your written request may be required for security. organizers may decline the request if organizers have reasonable grounds to believe that the request is a fraudulent, unfeasible or may jeopardize the privacy of others.
If allowed by applicable laws, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time when organizers processes your personal data based on your consent. However, withdrawal does not affect the legitimacy and effectiveness of how organizers process your personal data based on your consent before the withdrawal is made; nor does it affect any data processing based on another justification other than your consent.
If you think that the way organizers process your personal data does not comply with applicable data protection laws, you can contact the relevant competent data protection authority. You can obtain the data for contacting EU data protection authorities at http://ec.europa.eu/justice/article-29/structure/data-protection-authorities/index_en.htm.
The security of your personal data is important to organizers. Organizers use appropriate physical, management, and technical measures to protect your personal data from unauthorized access, disclosure, use, modification, damage, or loss. For example, organizers use cryptographic technologies for data confidentiality, protection mechanisms to prevent attacks, and access control mechanisms to permit only authorized access to your personal data. Organizers also provide training on security and privacy protection for employees to raise their awareness of personal data protection. Organizers are committed to protecting your personal data; however, please note that no security measure is perfect. Organizer will keep your personal data for a period of one year after the competition closes.
When organizers access your email address and user name via CodaLab, the data may be transferred. In such circumstances, organizers will take measures to ensure that data is processed as required by this Policy and applicable laws, which includes when transferring the data subject’s personal data from the EU to a country or region which have been acknowledged by the EU commission as having an adequate level of data protection, organizers may use a variety of legal mechanisms, such as signing standard contractual clauses approved by the EU Commission, obtaining the consent to the cross-border transfer of a data subject in the EU, or implementing security measures like anonymizing personal data before cross-border data transfer.