FNUSA as the Controller is in charge of the Internet (web) pages of FNUSA, including the web pages of its individual sites, such as FNUSA-ICRC (International Clinical Research Center / Mezinárodní centrum klinického výzkumu), the medical library pages, etc.

What does personal data processing via web pages mean?

FNUSA uses cookie files on its web pages. Cookies are a short text file sent by the visited web page to the browser that stores the file in your equipment (PC). Cookie files enable web pages to record information concerning your visit. Cookies are important for the proper functioning of web pages.  There are many types of cookie files that are used for various purposes. FNUSA uses cookie files mainly for technical purposes: these “technical” cookies store only information concerning the settings contained in the services on each particular web page provided that the web page allows for such settings (and so it is not necessary to reset everything when re-visiting a web page). These cookies also detect whether the user is logged in or not so that he/she does not have to log in repeatedly (however, on FNUSA’s main page, cookies are only for the web page administrators – users with regular authorization are not able to log into the pages). Cookies that monitor the user’s behaviour on web pages for statistical purposes only collect anonymised information.

On its home page, FNUSA uses cookie files, but does not purposely collect any information on the users’ IP addresses. FNUSA does not currently use any Google Analytics tools on its home page (the account is not active). Therefore, we do not store (= do not process) personal data of the FNUSA web page visitors, with the exception of the personal data of any persons who express, via our web pages, an interest in cooperating with our DobroCentrum  and provide us with their personal data by means of the contact form (these persons cooperate with FNUSA voluntarily and have granted their consent with their personal data processing, including, for example, their photograph).

The ICRC-FNUSA page uses Google Analytics, a service for Internet page analyses provided by Google Inc. Google Analytics uses cookie files – text files stored on your terminal equipment to analyse Internet usage and compile statistics. Data on how individual users use the web pages are stored by cookie files, including your IP address as the user of such web pages, and are sent by Google for storage to servers located in the USA. Google uses such information with the aim of assessing your usage of the web pages, create reports on page activity designated for its administrator and provide other services related to page activity and the way the Internet is being used. Google may transfer this data to third parties if such obligation is set in the law or if third parties process such data on behalf of Google, mainly page administrators. Google will not connect your IP address with any other collected data. You may restrict the use of cookies in your browser’s settings (see below). However, such deactivation may lead to a loss of the possibility of using some functions on certain web pages. By viewing this Internet page, you are providing your explicit consent to your personal data processing by Google under the terms and for the purposes described above. 

Policy of Google

How does interconnection of the web and social networks work?

Some persons communicate with us by means of the social networks Facebook (information concerning GDPR and published by Facebook can be found here: https://cs-cz.facebook.com/business/gdpr) and Linkedln (information concerning GDPR and published by LinkedIn can be found here: https://privacy.linkedin.com/gdpr). The FNUSA and FNUSA-ICRC pages may use plugins by the Facebook social network operated by Facebook Inc., 1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA. Upon your request to access our web page through this plugin, your internet browser will establish a direct connection with Facebook’s servers.

The content of plugins by Facebook is transferred directly in the Internet browser and is inserted on the Internet page. Facebook is subsequently notified that your Internet browser has displayed the web page, even if you do not have any Facebook account or are not logged into your account. By means of the Internet browser, your IP address is transferred to the Facebook server located in the USA, where it is stored. If you are logged into your account when browsing our web pages, Facebook may directly connect your visit with your user account. In the event that you perform any action on the web page with the use of plugins, e.g. you click on the “I like it” button or leave a comment, the corresponding information will be sent to the Facebook server, where it will be recorded. It will also be published on your Facebook account. Facebook may use such information for advertising purposes, market research or adjustment of its web pages. Facebook may also create user or interest profiles or relationships, e.g. with the aim to use any web pages after viewing a Facebook advertisement, notifying other Facebook users on the activities on our Internet page and providing other services related to the use of Facebook. If you do not want Facebook to connect the data collected from our web page with your Facebook user account, log out from your account before visiting our web pages.

For more information concerning the purpose and scope of data collection by the Facebook web pages, the processing of such data and its use by the Facebook web pages, as well as your rights concerning the possible protection of your personal life, please look at the Facebook.com internet pages (for reference to the Privacy Policy of Facebook, see above).

How can a web page user adjust their cookie settings and their internet browser?

Impacts of an Internet browser setting:
You may use several options to administer cookie files. The required setting of cookies may be found in the Help menu in your Internet browser toolbar. In this menu, you will find out how to refuse any new cookie files, switch on an alert of their acceptance or prohibit acceptance of cookie files either entirely or based on their issuer. You may also delete your cookie files manually. You may also decide to restrict or delete similar data used by your Internet browser extensions, such as Flash type cookie files. You can adjust this setting directly in the aforementioned extensions or o the Internet pages of the extension issuer. However, be aware that in setting your Internet browser this way, you may lose access to some content or reduce ease of use when viewing certain web pages, and using the services provided by our web pages may be seriously disturbed. In such case, we do not bear any responsibility for the consequences caused by the altered behaviour of our web pages caused by their inability to use the cookie files needed for the proper functioning of the web page.

Settings according to the Internet browser: administration of cookie files is carried out differently for each Internet browser.
The procedure is described in your browser Help section:

The procedure for Internet Explorer™:
open the ”Tools” menu and select ”Internet Options”, click on the ”Privacy” tab and then the ”Extended” tab and select the required level.

The procedure for Firefox™
Open the”Tools” menu and select ”Options”, then click on the ”Privacy” tab and select the required options.

The procedure for Chrome™
Open the tools (an icon to the right of the address line), select “Setting”, then click on “Show Extended Settings” and then click on “Content Setting” in the “Privacy Protection” section and select the required options.

The procedure for Safari™
Select “Safari > Setting”, then click on ”Security” in the ”Accept Cookies” section and select the required option.

The procedure for Opera™
open the ”Tools” or “Setting”, then select ”Delete Personal Data”, click on the ”Extended Options” tab and select the required option.

Setting of cookie files in Safari™:
1. select “Setting > Safari” on the home page,
2. click on the ”Accept Cookies” tab and select ”Never”, ”Visited Pages” or ”Always”.
How to delete cookies in Safari:
1. select “Setting > Safari” on the home page,
2. click on ”Delete Cookies”.

How to delete cookies with OS Android:
1. “Menu > Setting > Delete Cookies”

Why do we display photographs and videos on our web pages?

FNUSA is a public university hospital. In addition to the health care we provide to patients, through our expert sites, we are in charge of participating in the practical training of students of medical, pharmaceutical or other university and high-school departments, as well as pupils of secondary and vocational schools. International Clinical Research Center) is an important part of FNUSA.
It is therefore our justified interest to be able to present the results of our work on our web pages and to notify the public of our activities by means of photographs or thematic videos. However, we only publish photographs and videos of those persons who have granted their consent for this purpose.  You may also find videos from YouTube on our web pages. YouTube LLC is part of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield. Based on Commission Implementation Decision (EU) 2016/1250 of 12 July 2016, the European Commission considers personal data transferring by a controller or processor based in the European Union to entities based in the USA to be secure, provided that such entities have self-certified with the US Department of Trade and have undertaken to respect the principles to ensure the corresponding level of protection by means of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield. YouTube LLC has performed self-certification by means of Google Inc.

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