Processing of personal data by the Danish Committee on Research Misconduct

The Danish Committee on Research Misconduct (Committee) processes personal data in a number of different situations in order to handle the tasks that fall under the auspices of the committee.
Contact
Anita Carrelo
Tlf.: +45 72 31 84 33
Email: acm@ufm.dk

As part of its task management, the committee may receive identifiable personal data concerning individuals. Some personal data may be “standard information” such as when citizens, the media, businesses, educational institutions or other public authorities contact the committee and where contact information is necessary for the committee to reply to the enquiry. There may also be instances when the committee receives a query from an individual or a representative from an educational institution, and where contact information is necessary for the committee to reply to the individual. Thus, personal data can occur in many different contexts in the work of the committee.

In the following pages, you can read more about how the committee processes personal data. Please note that the committee also processes personal data in other situations then those described in these pages, e.g. reports of research misconduct. In these cases, and if your data will be processed, you will receive a separate letter with further information on how the committee will process your personal data.


In general, the committee processes personal data in the following situations/types of cases/processes:

last modified Mar 18, 2020