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Processing of personal data
The organizer undertakes to maintain the confidentiality of patients’ personal data and to use them in accordance with the legislation in force. All persons benefit from the rights provided by Law no. 677/2001 on the protection of personal data including but not limited to processing/storage/archiving/right to information (art.12)/right of access to data (art.13)/right of intervention on data (art.14)/right of objection (art.15)/right not to be subject to an individual decision (art.17) and right of recourse to justice (art.18)/etc.