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Mare Nostrum NGO does not collect the personal data of the users of this site, except for those that are provided to us by users with the special request to contact them.
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Mare Nostrum NGO ensures the confidentiality of the personal data of the participants in the organized events.
Within the events, personal data are collected through attendance lists and registration forms. Mare Nostrum NGO does not market or transmit to third parties the personal data provided. Attendance lists and registration forms for events/activities funded by sponsors or national/European funding programs are sent to the funder only in order to justify the activity/event.
During the events/activities there are photographs and video footage taken and posted on the organization's website/blog, social media pages (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and Youtube. All texts and published images are the property of Mare Nostrum NGO and can be used for educational and informational purposes, mentioning the source - Mare Nostrum NGO.
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