The OSCE ODIHR is committed to safeguarding your privacy and security of your information. We want you to be familiar with how we collect, use and disclose information.
By accessing the Diagnostic Tool, certain information about you, such as Internet protocol (IP) addresses, time of visit, geographical location, navigation through the Tool, the software used, and the time spent, type of operating system used along with other similar information will be collected, including through Google Analytics. The collected information will not be personally identifiable. This information will be used for administrative purposes, to help diagnose problems to ensure the uninterrupted operations and improve the quality of provided services.
OSCE ODIHR reserves the right to publish collated, anonymous data about the number of tests taken and the OSCE participating States from which they were taken over specific time periods. The Diagnostic Tool is collecting the data provided by the users as replies to the questions. This data does not contain any personal information. Data provided by the users is available to the group administrator, in case a Group Assessment has been conducted.
OSCE ODIHR does not take any responsibility for any personal data provided by the users throughout the diagnostic tool as replies to open questions. It is recommended that no personal information is shared.
Group administrators are required to create their profiles with the necessary personal data before a Group Assessment can be launched. All data obtained during the Group Assessment is stored in the system and can be deleted at any time by the group administrator. Group administrators can request deletion of their accounts and all related data by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The OSCE ODIHR reserves the right to access, read, preserve and disclose information that is reasonably necessary to (i) enforce the Terms, including investigation of potential violations hereof; (ii) detect, prevent, or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues; (iii) respond to user support requests; (iv) protect the rights, property or safety of the OSCE ODIHR, its users and the public; or (v) respect any applicable local laws.