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Overview

 

The Site is a multimedia programme designed to get 18-34 year-olds to talk about themselves by way of a playful and interactive questionnaire. Built around a campaign spread out over six months, the Site aims to discover the multifaceted European youth of today.

The Broadcasters & Producers have worked closely with a team of sociologists for the questionnaire development. The survey collects answers, in particular on the values or views the User shares on very diverse topics such as views on Europe or family. The personal and electronic identification data collected from Users is subject to automated data processing, and will be accessible only to authorised persons within their roles, namely the teams dedicated to the project "Generation What?" within S4C & the Producer.

The results of this survey will be published and displayed in real time from April 2016 to April 2019. They will be completely anonymised. Under no circumstances will the publication of these results identify Users. These results will also be shared with sociologists who worked on the survey to be analysed. They will ensure the anonymity of respondents is maintained.

During this interactive experience, Users have the possibility to record their progression by entering their email address and to answer questions on a variety of subjects (to up to 149 questions), so that they contribute to create a first-ever profile of European youth in keeping with the articles set forth in these Terms and Conditions of Use (hereafter the ”Terms” ).They will also be able to discover the portrait built from this collection of data and be able to comment on them.

The User agrees that they are bound by the present Terms and that by participating in the questionnaire and/or putting any comment on-line they have accepted them.

By accepting these Terms, the user wishing to contribute to the statistical survey "Generation What?", declares that he or she is  of legal age and not under guardianship. If the user is below the legal age, he or she must declare to have prior permission from their parents, tutors or legal representatives to register on the Site. Those responsible for an individual under 18 accept to guarantee compliance with all the provisions of these Terms in their child’s use of the Site.

Therefore, parents, guardians and those authorising the use of the Site by a child are encouraged to  watch and monitor the use by their child and to keep in mind that it is their responsibility to watch their child’s use..

 

Terminology

In the following Terms, it is assumed that the Broadcaster is the media that brings the Generation What website (the “Site”) to their audience (the “Users").

The Producers are Upian and Yami2.

The present document is intended to define the Terms applicable to the Site and participating Internet Users. Anyone wishing to participate in the experiment declares having previously read and expressly agreed to these Terms.

These Terms may be modified at any time by the Producers without advance notification to Users. It is advisable that Users regularly check the latest version.

 

ARTICLE 1. TERMS FOR INTERACTING WITH THE PROGRAM

To make it possible to collect and sort data and to personalize the interactive experience that is offered on the Site, Users are first prompted to give answers to several preliminary questions on their age, gender, localisation, level of education and current situation.

Users are asked to enter their email address in order to receive a personal link allowing them to resume the questionnaire whenever they want.

By giving their email address and answering the survey, Users give consent for Producers to use their data in the scope of the project.

The Producers can use these email addresses to communicate with Users about the programme.

 

ARTICLE 2. LIABILITY

It is expressly understood that Broadcasters and Producers will in no way be held responsible for any damages suffered by Users and/or any third party as a result of:

 

- Unavailability or malfunction of the service, regardless of the cause

- Loss of data specific to Users

- Consequences of any computer virus

- Cases of force majeure

Due to the characteristics of the Internet, particularly the fact that contributions may be subject to intrusions by unauthorised third parties and therefore be corrupted or downloaded, and the fact that any person is able to create a link giving access to those contributions, the Broadcaster & Producers will in no event be held liable for damages of any kind, whether accidental or suffered by Users or third parties, and whether caused or not by third parties.

 

ARTICLE 3. PERSONAL DATA

3.1. Identification

The personal and electronic identification data that may be collected from Users is subject to automated data processing, particularly to enable Uses to customise their experience on the Site by allowing them to resume the experience and/or to comply with current legislation.

3.2. Access to data

Users data are hosted by the Producers and any subcontractors of Producers' choice as mentioned in the "Legals" of the Site.  To ensure that the personal data of web Users are protected against loss, alteration and disclosure, they will be stored on secure computer servers for a period limited to three (3) years. According to the the relevant data protection provisions under the Data Protection Act 1998, the User benefits from a right to access to their personal data and a right to rectify or suppress their data. To exercise these rights, particularly to request that their contributions in the participative section be deleted, at any time, Users may make a request in writing to the Broadcasters, by using the "contact" link.

In this way Users may ask that personal data related to them that is inaccurate, incomplete, equivocal, expired, or whose collection, use, disclosure or storage is prohibited be rectified, completed, clarified, updated or deleted.

Users data will not be used for any further advertising or commercial purposes.
Only their email address will be used to allow the user to resume his or her progression and also to be informed of the progress of the programme. At all times, the User will responsible for their own account and ensuring that their password remains confidential.

3.3. Use of cookies and Analytics

To improve the quality of its services and to meet the needs of its Users, the Broadcasters & Producers use “cookies” and web analytics tools: Google Analytics.

The Site uses Google Analytics, a service to analyse websites that helps the Producers to study how Users use the Site. The data generated by these browsing analysis cookies involve: sites visited, frequency, number and repetition of visits, browsing duration, searches performed, browser used, service provider and the location linked to the IP address. If Users have chosen to make their IP address anonymous on this site, Google will still transmit their IP address, however it will be truncated in countries belonging to the European Union or in other States that have signed the agreement establishing the European Economic Area. In exceptional cases only, their entire IP address will be transmitted to a Google server where it will be truncated. Google will not associate their IP address sent through Google Analytics with other data held by Google. Google will use this information to assess their use of the Site and compile reports about the Site’s activity and Internet use for the Producers. This may include: measurement and analysis of browsing habits and Users behaviour, development of anonymous browsing profiles and possible improvements depending on the analysis of Users data. To find out more, see Google’s confidentiality rules (http://www.google.com/intl/en/policies/privacy/ ) . Besides blocking these cookies in Users browser, Users can deactivate Google Analytics (https://tools.google.com/dlpage/ gaoptout?hl=en ) while browsing using a module provided by Google.

To learn more about the specific ways that we may use cookies and these analytics tools, please consult the S4C ‘Privacy Policy’ and S4C ‘Cookies’ policy available on https://www.s4c.cymru/e_privacypolicy.shtml

 

For further information and recommendations on Internet cookies, you can visit the Information Commissioner’s website (https://ico.org.uk/).

ARTICLE 4. COMMENTS

4.1 Access to comments

Using the DISQUS comments system is free and subject to prior registration. This can be done either via Twitter, Facebook or Google or through the creation of a DISQUS specific account. The information provided (name, avatar or alias) on these sites are displayed to identify the user.

4.2 Terms and obligations

The use of the comments system within the interactive section of the Site is free and subject to prior and compulsory registration of the Internet user via his orher email address.

 

Provided that:

  • Only the prefix of the email address, the handle/email address and/or Users' handle will appear on the Site and will allow to identify them as the authors of the comment posted on the Site;
  • Users agree to provide reliable contact information to contact them if needed;
  • In the event that the Users provide false, inaccurate, misleading or of a misleading nature information, the Producers reserve the right to suspend or deny access to the Site, without delay, to the Users on a temporary or permanent basis.

 

Users are solely responsible for the comments they post on the interactive section of the Site. As such, they specifically agree not to:

  • Violate, intentionally or not, any applicable law, whether at the local, regional, national or international level including:

a. any provision relating to privacy, intellectual property (including copyright, patents, trademarks), law of the press (including racial hate hatred and discrimination, call to violence, revisionism or negationism, xenophobia, homophobia), as well as image rights;

b. computer fraud legislation;

c. public policy rules and morality, including regulations relating to pornographic and pedophile content;

d. the legislation applicable to minors.

  • Substitute for a person, organization or any third party;
  • Demonstrate aggressiveness or excessive violence in tone;
  • Spread deliberately false information with the purpose to harm others or not;
  • Send or submit any content that they do not have the right to transfer, including content subject to confidentiality clauses;
  • Send or post comments that might contain viruses;
  • Harass anyone and in any manner whatsoever, particularly by the repetition of identical or very similar messages

4.3 Moderation

The comments posted on the Site are moderated with regards to the Terms. The moderators of the Site reserve the right, without notifying the Users in advance, to delete all or part of any contributions that contravene these Terms, or that might be against the law, and to exclude from the Site, temporarily or permanently, any Internet users who flagrantly or repetitively, systematically violate them. The decisions of the moderators cannot be challenged. By posting a comment on the Site, Users agree to respect their authority at the same time as these provisions.

ARTICLE 5. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

All components of the Site (general structure, software, videoplayer, texts, images animated or not, sounds, know-how, etc.) as well as distinctive signs (logos, brands, etc.) are the property of Producers and/or its partners and are protected by copyright and intellectual property law, in the whole world.

As such and in accordance relevant UK Intellectual Property laws :

  • any total or partial reproduction of the Site is strictly prohibited, except in the cases where it’s expressly defined by these Terms.
  • Users agree not to modify, copy, republish, transmit, sell or distribute in any manner whatsoever, the said Site or any of its components.
  • No license or no other right than the right of consulting the Site shall be granted to anyone with regard to intellectual property rights.

 

ARTICLE 6. SITE MODIFICATIONS

The Broadcasters & Producers reserve the right to modify or discontinue access to the Site at any time, be it temporarily, sporadically or permanently, and with or without notice. By using the Site, Users acknowledge that the Broadcasters & Producers are not responsible towards Users or any other party with respect to any modification, suspension or discontinuance of the Site and its participation zone.

 

ARTICLE 7. APPLICABLE LAW – JURISDICTION FOR DISPUTES

These Terms are governed by the Law of England and Wales. Any dispute in connection with the existence, validity, interpretation and/or performance of the Terms of this agreement, which are not resolved on an amicable basis, shall be submitted to the courts of England and Wales.

 

ARTICLE 8. IDENTIFICATION

Generation What is a service provided by the Broadcasters & Producers.

 

Addresses:

 

S4C

Parc Ty Glas

Llanishen

Cardiff

CF14 5DU

Tel 0370 600 4141

 

UPIAN

Siège social : 211 rue Saint-Maur 75010 Paris

RCS Paris B 421204538

Manager : Alexandre Brachet

Tel.: +33 (0)1 53 19 70 03

Contact : contact@upian.com