Privacy Policy

This document informs you of our privacy policy regarding the processing of personal data when you visit the Fly2Work Project Site, (accessed at:, and/or use our Services. Your personal data is of utmost importance to us and we strive to comply with all European Union data protection requirements and to ensure a high level of personal data protection.

Data controller

The data controller of the Fly2Work Project website is Angelica Perra (Controller’s email address:

Types of personal data

Fly2Work Project collects, processes and uses personal information about Users (i.e. the person browsing the Fly2Work Project website and using the Services offered) based on the contract concluded between the parties and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR). The information may include any data that you use to enter as a User, use, or voluntarily give when using the Services of the site (such as for example email, name,), or, respectively any other information that becomes otherwise accessible by the Fly2Work Project as a result of requesting and using the Services, as well as any information provided by the User to the Project.

While visiting the Fly2Work Project website or using our Services the Consortium is also processing online identifiers such as IP address, log files, and/or any other information necessary to reproduce electronic statements created by the User when using the Services of the Fly2Work Project and for the identification of the User in case of a legal dispute.

Purpose of data processing

The above-mentioned types of personal data are processed for the following purposes

to provide the User with the Services available on Fly2Work Project;

– to comply with legal obligations

– to exercise or defend the rights and interests of a Partner or of the Fly2Work Project project as a whole protected by law

– to ensure the proper functioning of the Fly2Work Project website, including ensuring network and information security;

another purpose explicitly provided for in the Terms and Conditions of Use or in this Privacy Policy;

The Fly2Work Project website takes due care and responsibility for the protection of the User’s information, which has come to its knowledge in the course of providing the Services, except in the event of force majeure or actions for damage by third parties.

Legal criteria for data processing

The data subject has given his/her consent to the processing of his/her personal data for a specific purpose;

The data processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the User is a party, in cases where the Services available on our Site are provided to the User;

The data processing operations are conducted according to the same criteria that were part of the steps at the time of the User’s request before the conclusion of the contract – for example, when the User registers on the Site;

Data processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interest pursued by a Partner or the Fly2Work Project – such as: in the event of a legal dispute; preventing or investigating unauthorised access to the User’s account; protecting the User from damaging actions and ensuring the User’s personal safety;

Recipients or types of recipients of personal data

User’s personal data will only be disclosed to third parties in certain sporadic cases where data controllers must comply with legal obligations or must protect their rights. The Fly2Work Project website may disclose the User’s personal data in cases where express consent has been given at the time of registration or at a later stage; or where this information is required by state authorities, judicial bodies or public officials who are competent and authorised under current legislation to request and obtain this information in accordance with the procedures established by law. In the event that the User or third parties under his/her control have committed actions for damages under the Terms and Conditions of Use or have violated certain rights or legal interests of third parties, the Fly2Work Project website is authorized to provide the relevant competent authorities with the User’s data in order to undertake the necessary legal procedures, in accordance with the law in force.

The above-mentioned types of personal data can only be accessed by the administrators of the Fly2Work Project website.

As the Site is developed by the Erasmus + Programme, only data in anonymous form (statistical) data will be provided to the European Commission.

Transfers of personal data to third countries or international organisations

The data controller has no intention of transferring your personal data to data controllers or data processors established in third countries or international organisations.

Should cases of data transfer to data controllers or data processors in third countries or international organisations arise, the data controller must keep the User informed. In any case, the transfer will be conducted in full compliance with the GDPR in respect of the transfer of personal data to third countries and only to the extent that an adequate level of protection is met.

Period of storage of personal data

Personal data is retained on the Fly2Work Project Site for as long as the User is registered. After the User’s account is deleted, all personal data is immediately deleted. Therefore, the User Account will no longer exist and the account name will be anonymous, so all messages and posts on Fly2Work Project Site will not lead to the identification of the data subject.

Users have the right to delete their messages and/or posts, which means that this information will not be stored on the Fly2Work Project website.

For evaluation purposes, statistical data is kept for 5 years after the end of the project. The statistical data will not make any of the users of the Fly2Work Project website identifiable.

Rights of the data subject

The following rights follow articles 13-20 of the GDPR, and according to the current legislation for the protection of personal data can be exercised:

– the right to be informed about the categories of personal data processed on the Platform, the legal fields for processing, the purposes for which the data processing is conducted, etc;

– the right to access the personal data processed on the Fly2Work Project website, as well as additional information in accordance with Article 15 of the GDPR;

– the right to rectify inaccurate personal data concerning the User or to supplement incomplete personal data;

– the right to erasure (‘right to be forgotten’) of personal data concerning the User, in the cases, set out in Art.17, paragraph 1 of the GDPR;- –

– the right to restriction of data processing – this right applies in the various cases set out in Art.18 of the GDPR;

– the right to data portability, i.e. the right to receive all personal data processed on the Fly2Work Project website, concerning the User in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and to transmit that data to another controller without hindrance from the controller to whom the personal data has been provided. This right only applies where the processing is based on consent (Art.6(1)(a) or Art.9(2)(a)), or on a contract (Art. 6(1)(b)) AND the processing is carried out by automated means.

Exercise of data subject’s rights

All Data Subjects (Users) may exercise their rights by sending a message to the following e-mail address: (add address)

In addition, each User has the right to lodge a complaint with his or her national data protection authority if he or she believes that his or her data is being processed unlawfully.

Links to other sites

The Fly2Work Project Site may contain links to other sites/social media that are not operated by the Project. If you click on a link to a third party, you will be directed to the third party’s site. In this context, the Project strongly advises the User to check the Privacy Policy of each site he/she visits.

The Project has no control over and assumes no responsibility for the content, privacy policies or practices of any third party services or sites.


The Fly2Work Project website may use cookies which are essential for the proper functioning of the Site. Cookies are small text files that the Site asks your browser to store on your computer or mobile device. [1] Some cookies are deleted when the User leaves the browser. Others are permanently stored and then this allows the User’s device to be identified on their next visit.

The Fly2Work Project website uses cookies that keep the User’s session open on the Platform. These cookies look like this: e9b1b9e6-ac33-5648-at78-38c52382989f. This information is sent back to the server on successful logins from the login page. With each subsequent request to the server after a successful login, a value is sent back to the server.

By changing the User’s browser settings, the User will be informed about the use of cookies.



Changes and Updates to this Privacy Policy

Please note that we may occasionally update this Privacy Policy and the new version will be posted on our Website. We will keep you informed of any changes and updates to this Privacy Policy via email or notification from our Service. The changes will be effective when we post them on this Website.

We recommend that you review the contents of the Privacy Policy for any changes.