Information We Collect and Store Automatically
When you browse this website, read pages or download information from this website, we automatically collect certain information about your visit. We use this information to help us make this website more useful by creating summary statistics for determining what information is of most and least interest to our visitors. We do not use or sell information automatically collected on this website for commercial marketing purposes, nor do we use this type of information to identify or track individuals.
The information that may be automatically collected when you visit this website includes:
Information You Provide to Us
If you choose to provide personal information to us, either by submitting a form containing your personal information on this website, or by sending us an email containing your personal information, we use your information only to fulfil the purposes stated on the website, to respond to you or to help our staff get you the information you requested.
If you choose to participate in our research, we need to collect some information about your progress through Digital CBTe in order to test the effectiveness of Digital CBTe. You can find further information about how we collect and process your personal data in the study Information Sheet.
The University of Oxford is the data controller with respect to your personal data, and as such will determine how your personal data is used in the study. As Digital CBTe is an online programme, we are working with a specialist third party (called Global Initiative) that has the facilities to run an online programme. Global Initiative is a data processor with respect to your personal data. They have passed a security assessment from the University of Oxford.
The University and Global Initiative will process your personal data for the purpose of the research outlined in the study Information Sheet. Research is a task that we perform in the public interest.
Further information about your rights with respect to your personal data is available from http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/councilsec/compliance/gdpr/individualrights/
You can report bugs by emailing email@example.com. Please refer to the “FAQs” section of Digital CBTe before doing so.