Purpose of the processing of personal data
The editorial section of the Eastern European Journal of Transnational Relations processes the personal data of the authors and reviewers of the published texts for the purpose of carrying out and documenting the reviewing, editing, and publishing process.
Scope of the processing of personal data
The processed data includes: name(s) and surname; professional title, academic degree or title; affiliation; address of residence, correspondence address, e-mail address, telephone number, ORCID, and other data provided by authors or reviewers and processed at the request of a given data subject.
Duration of the processing of personal data
The personal data required to carry out and document the course of the reviewing, editing, and publishing process may be processed for 10 years from the date of publishing of a given article in the Eastern European Journal of Transnational Relations or from the end of the reviewing process in the case of texts not approved for publishing. In the case of texts withdrawn by their authors before they become reviewed – by the date the consent is withdrawn, but not longer than a year from the moment a given text is withdrawn.
Transferring and disclosing personal data
The personal data referred to in item 2 may be made available to members of the Editorial Team of the Eastern European Journal of Transnational Relations, to the publisher of Eastern European Journal of Transnational Relations, to entities keeping repositories and bases of academic texts (in the scope required to assess the quality of the reviewing, editing, and publishing process), and to state authorities upon a legitimate request.
Personal data protection subject rights
Those who have their personal data processed have the right to obtain information about the scope of the processed data, the right to access their data, the right to data portability, and the right to have their data rectified, erased, or have its processing restricted, to object to the processing of their data, and to lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority. The scope of the right to erase or restrict the processing of one’s personal data and of the right to object to the processing of one’s personal data is limited on account of the controller’s legitimate interest, because of the necessity to document information required for tax considerations or to document the reviewing, editing, and publishing process. The request to have one’s data processed no longer can be sent to: email@example.com.
Personal Data Controller
University of Bialystok, ul. Świerkowa 20B, 15-328 Białystok (Poland).
Personal Data Protection Officer