The IMISCOE Network Office collects several different types of information for various purposes to provide and improve our service to you.
In the event of the IMISCOE Network Office moving to a different institute, data collected by IMISCOE may be transferred to the new institute. Data may not be transferred to third parties other than the institute of the Network Office without users’ consent.
reCAPTCHA Terms of Service
To fight spam we've implemented reCAPTCHA from Google.
The Invisible reCAPTCHA plugin integrates with Google's reCAPTCHA system as a spam protection service. As part of this service, the IP address of the user answering the captcha challenge is transmitted to Google.
You agree to these terms when creating an account on this website or logging on after April 17th, 2020. We will record your consent and it can be revoked by you as well.
Right to be forgotten
If you want to export your personal data or want to be forgotten (and revoke your consent), please use this page to submit a request. Please keep in mind we will need some time to process your request. In order to process information requests, information about the user must be collected and logged for the purposes of retaining an audit log. The request system is based on an individual's email address which will be used to link the request to an existing site user if available.
More questions? Please contact our Privacy Officer at
This website uses SESSION cookies and cookies to record your preferences, for example to keep you logged on between visits. No cookies are used to track visitors (e.g. Google Analytics or Facebook pixels). When you access media items like YouTube videos or Twitter feeds these platforms will place cookies as well. You can choose to refuse these third party cookies or remove these cookies after your visit. Please use a privacy add-on like Privacy Badger, available for Firefox and Chrome, for optimal protection.
All requests to a Joomla website start a session which stores the IP address in the session data and creates a session cookie in the user's browser. The IP address is used as a security measure to help protect against potential session hijacking attacks and this information is deleted once the session has expired and its data purged. The session cookie's name is based on a randomly generated hash and therefore does not have a constant identifier. The session cookie is destroyed once the session has expired or the user has exited their browser.
In conjunction with a plugin which supports a "Remember Me" feature, such as the "System - Remember Me" plugin, this plugin creates a cookie on the user's client if a "Remember Me" checkbox is selected when logging into the website. This cookie can be identified with the prefix `joomla_remember_me` and is used to automatically log users into the website when they visit and are not already logged in.
The webserver records your visit in its log files: IP address, date and time, page requested, general browser information.The information is deleted automatically after a period of four weeks. The aggregated statistics based on these log files do not contain any personal data that can be linked to your visit.