SMILE - Smartphones in der Lehre - Privacy Statement

Name of the serviceSMILE - Smartphones in der Lehre
Description of the serviceSMILE serves as an lecture-supporting system which students and lecturers can use with their usual login data given by their home institution. The systems offers - among other functions - live feedback for the lecturer and quizzes for checking the learning process of the students.
Data controller and a contact personAlbert-Ludwigs-Universitaet Freiburg, Institut fuer Informatik, Lehrstuhl fuer Rechnerarchitektur
Sebastian Sester, smile@informatik.uni-freiburg.de
JurisdictionDE-BW Germany Baden-Wuerttemberg
Personal data processedFollowing data is retrieved from your Home Organisation when signing in with Shibboleth:
  1. your unique user identifier (eduPersonTargetedID attribute or persistent NameID, required to use the service)
  2. your role in your Home Organisation (eduPersonScopedAffiliation attribute, optional)
Following data is retrieved from visiting the website itself:
  1. your IP address
Purpose of the processing of personal dataAnonymous identification whenever using the service again for restoring your access rights.
Initial identification to determine the access to certain privileged functions such as creation of new lectures.
Third parties to whom personal data is disclosedAll requested data will only be used within the system and not released to third parties.
How to access, rectify and delete the personal dataContact the contact person above.
To rectify the data released by your Home Organisation, contact your Home Organisation's IT helpdesk.
Data retentionPersonal data is deleted on request of the user or if the user hasn't used the service for three years.
IP addresses are normally not gathered but may be saved in the case of (grave) errors. The log files containing these addresses are typically pruned after three month.
Data Protection Code of ConductYour personal data will be protected according to the Code of Conduct for Service Providers, a common standard for the research and higher education sector to protect your privacy.