The site “www.celticinterconnector.eu” is published by the Réseau de Transport d’Électricité (RTE) and EirGrid.
Réseau de Transport d’Électricité (RTE)
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92073 Paris La Défense CEDEX
Publication Director: Laurence Poujade
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Ballsbridge Dublin 4
Publication Director: Rosemary Steen
Objective and quality of the content
The objective of the celticinterconnector.eu site is to inform the general public about the European Celtic Interconnector project.
Reproduction of content
Unless otherwise stated, the reproduction of the content of celticinterconnector.eu is subject to the regulations specified below.
Texts and articles
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Subject to the intellectual property rights of third parties, the images which are the exclusive property of RTE, unless otherwise stated, are made available in accordance with the terms of licence CC BY-ND-NC 3.0 FR under the following conditions:
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No commercial use: You are not authorised to use this content, or all or part of the material included therein, for commercial purposes.
Data protection policy
Every online service limits the collection of personal data to what is strictly necessary (data minimisation) and it is accompanied by information on:
- The processing manager and the objectives of this data collection (purposes);
- The legal basis for the data processing;
- The obligatory or optional nature of the data collection for the management of your request and the summary of data categories processed;
- The source of the data (when data other than those provided via the online service are used to process your request);
- The categories of people concerned;
- The data recipients (only RTE in principle unless indicated when transmission to a third party is necessary);
- The duration of data retention;
- The security measures (general description);
- The possible existence of data transfers outside the European Union or of automated decision-making;
your Data Protection rights and how to exercise them with RTE.
The personal data collected in the context of the services offered on celticinterconnector.eu are processed in accordance with secured protocols and enable RTE to manage the requests received in its computer applications.
Exercising your rights
For any information or to exercise your data protection rights on the processing of personal data managed by RTE, you may contact its data protection officer (DPO):
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