Privacy policy of ORTOLANG

Name of the service


Description of the service

ORTOLANG is a french national infrastructure for the deposition, curation, dissemination and long-term preservation of language data (corpora, lexicons, dictionaries, etc.) and tools created by the research community in language sciences.

Data controller and a contact person

Analyse et Traitement Informatique de la Langue Française
44, avenue de la Libération
B.P. 30687

Technical contact:


FR, France

Personal data processed

Personal data is received in the form of attributes describing properties of you as a person.
The following attributes are necessarily processed by this service:

  • eduPersonPrincipalName: an e-mail-address-like code that identifies your name and the administrative domain you fall under at the institution.
  • eduPersonTargetedID: your permanent privacy-preserving (opaque) identity code at the institution issued specifically for this service.
  • mail: your email address.
  • givenName: your name.
  • displayName: your full name.
  • uid: a unique ID (SAML persistent identifier).

Purpose of the processing of personal data

Repository and services process personal data and log files for:

  • user authentication
  • automated sending of email messages (password reset, information, publication, internal messaging, etc.)
  • statistics of the service

Third parties to whom personal data is disclosed

Personal data is not disclosed to third parties.

How to access, rectify and delete the personal data

Use the contact email above.
To rectify the data released by your Home Organisation, contact your Home Organisation’s IT helpdesk.

Data retention

Personal data is deleted on request of the user or if the user hasn’t used the service for five years.

Data Protection Code of Conduct

Personal data are protected according to the policies in Code of Conduct for Service Providers. Code of Conduct for Service Providers is a common standard for privacy protection for research and higher education sectors.

Personal data are processed according to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.