The scientific approach and the surveys implemented within the frame of the JuDy research project have been validated in November 2018 by the Research Ethics Committee for Non-Invasive Procedures (CERNI) of the Federal University of Toulouse: this body guarantees the deontology of research protocols involving human participation.
Respect of the French and European legislation: access, rectification, modification and suppression of your personal data. The collection and the treatment of the website user data by TSM Research have been declared in February 2018 to the French National Commission for Data Protection and Liberties (CNIL) under application n°21558.
In application of articles 39 and 40 of the French law of Data Protection of January 6th, 1978, modified by the French law 2004-801 of August 6th, 2004 and by the EU Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR) of the European Parliament and the Council of April 27th 2016, dealing with the protection of physical persons as far as the treatment of personal data and free data circulation is concerned, any visitor of the JuDy website is granted an access, rectification and suppression right regarding his/her personal data.
For any suppression request of your personal data from the JuDy project databases, please send an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data collected during your visit of the JuDy project website are of three orders:
The treatment of the data collected during your visit of the JuDy project website has the following purposes:
Participation to the JuDy project surveys is fully voluntary, no pressure of any kind will be imposed to the participants by the project team. Each participant to the project surveys will, beforehand, complete and sign an informed consent form, precising that she has well been informed of the stakes of the JuDy research and of the nature of the implemented surveys. This informed consent form will be proposed in French. It will state, among other elements, that it won’t be mandatory to participated to all the project surveys. It will describe the objectives, methods and implications of the studies realized within the frame of the project. It will present the vouchers which will be allocated to the participants who will have fully responded to at least one survey. Each participant has the right to refuse to participated to the previously selected studies and will be able to withdraw her participation or her data at any moment, and without any consequence.
The JuDy project will not be collecting data related to either sexual orientation, ethnic origin, political, religious, philosophical opinion, or any genetic information. However, the JuDy project will question the participants on a certain number of question of a personal nature (regarding their job, age, study path, matrimonial status, kids age, and working hours), and will question them on their professional experiences and their attitudes in the working context. These elements of a personal nature will need to be protected. This is a complex question since the data collection for the JuDy studies is done in the long term, since our questions are clearly temporal. This is why we will need to connect the information provided by the participants at a time point with information communicated by the same person at another timepoint.
In order to connect the participant replies without keeping their names, email or postal addresses in our databases we will keep the contact forms separated from the answers to both questionnaires and interviews. There will be a list of codes, which will comprise the names of participants and their individual identification code. Participants names will never be consigned in the same databases as the interviews retranscriptions and information pertaining to our research questionnaires.
We will here be using what is considered at the international level as best practices and standards for the implementation of social sciences surveys.
Following the GDPR guidelines mentioned above, all personal data need to be deleted as long as it is no longer useful for the retained purpose for data treatment. Within the frame of the JuDy project, data conservation duration will be as follows: