The COMnPLAY project is committed to protect the visitors’ privacy whilst viewing the project web pages in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation and all other applicable privacy and data protection legislation. The underlying Privacy Policy explains the types of data that will be collected and how this information will be used during the Project.

For the privacy policy of the COMnPLAYer app, please refer to this page.

Access Information

The COMnPLAY website server automatically logs each visit that it receives. This data contains some information about the visitor: the Internet address of the computer (s)he is using, the type of browser and operating system (s)he is using and the Internet address of the web site from which (s)he came from. It also contains some connection information such as the page or service (s)he is requesting and the date and time of the request.
This information is used for the sole purpose of statistical information gathering and demographics relating to the use of the web site, and enables the administrators to determine general visitor patterns and pathways within its pages. This statistical data is then fed back into future design and usability modifications of the web pages.

Personal Information

During the project, it will be decided for how long each type of data will need to be stored, the process for updating and changing user profile data, as well as how a user can be deleted upon request. There will also be a form or e-mail account dedicated to GDPR-related requests.

Submission Forms & Surveys

The COMnPLAY SCIENCE project may also collect personal information supplied through the use of web-based forms and surveys. This information will not be supplied to any third party, and will only be used for subsequent communications, if indicated by users at the time of submission. In submitting personal information online, users are agreeing that Project partners may use his/her details for the sole purpose of conducting research in the framework of the Project.


Cookies are small pieces of information that a website can put on users’ hard drive in order for it to remember something about the user at a later time. The information is in the form of a text file, which will only be understood by the web site that initially set the cookie.
The Project web site uses cookies for certain applications, e.g. to remember users’ name when filling in online forms. A cookie is also used to anonymously track how visitors interact with the Project website, including where they came from and what they did. This is then used to ultimately provide a better online experience for all our audiences. The browser can be stopped from exchanging cookies with web servers at any time by changing the settings in visitors’ web browser.


In case the Project will be contacted by e-mail, we keep a record of that correspondence for the purpose of conducting work relevant to the Project. We do not add any e-mail addresses of those who communicate with the Project through e-mail to any mailing databases, nor do we pass this to any third party.

Contact Numbers

The Project may collect contact numbers through the use of web-based forms and surveys. When users submit their contact number/s online, they are agreeing that Project partners may use their details solely for conducting the research and other work related to the Project, and specifically for the purpose referred to on the web-based form or survey where the contact number/s are submitted. The contact numbers will not be supplied to any third party.

For queries or to express any concerns relating to the Project’s processing of their personal data, users may contact the Project Coordinator, Prof. Michail Giannakos Norwegian, at