Effective as of July 1 2019
The project user is a person, who has been granted user access to the IDA storage service, a CSC account and password, and project membership.
- The Project Manager shall be fully entitled to make all decisions relevant concerning the data of the project stored in the service on behalf of the project users. CSC reserves the right to inform users of any decisions made by the Project Manager concerning data and access rights to data.
- The Project Manager shall ensure that the project users have accepted that the data stored in the service is available to all project users.
- The Project Manager shall always be able to identify the legal owner of the data stored in the service.
- The Project Manager is responsible for keeping his/her CSC account valid for example by updating the account password when requested. The expiration of the Project Manager’s CSC account may lead to termination of the project’s service access.
- If the Project manager’s CSC account is expired and CSC cannot contact the Project Manager with reasonable effort, CSC can contact the Project Manager’s home organisation to find a new Project Manager or to get permission to remove project and its data from the service, when IDA is used based on quota granted by the home organisation.
- The user shall use store only research data and materials related to it to the service. Storing other data to the service can be considered as unauthorized use and may lead to the termination of the project’s right to use the service.
- The user accepts that data transferred to IDA is in the storage service only after it has been “Frozen”.
- The user shall add metadata to their data stored in the service.
- The user accepts that metadata related to “Frozen” data stored in the IDA service will be available to all other Fairdata services. All project members may make the “Frozen” data and related metadata publicly accessible by using the other Fairdata services.
- The user shall not use the service to store data that includes special categories of personal data, as specified in Article 9 of the EU GDPR “Processing of special categories of personal data” (http://www.privacy-regulation.eu/en/9.htm).