Welcome! If you are planning to download and reuse data published with Wittkuhn & Schuck, 2020, Nature Communications, we kindly ask you to accept the Data User Agreement below and enter some basic information about you.
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For further information on the Data User Agreement and data securtity and privacy regulations, please read the following sections.
Further information about this Data User Agreement
The following text is copied from the original source of the Open Brain Consent, Version OBC-GDPR-DUA 1.0.0:
This template is based on the Donder’s Institute DUA Version RU-DI-HD-1.0.. Given that brain imaging data can be used to identify individuals, it is safe to consider them as ‘personal data’ under the GDPR, even after using a pseudo-anonymization procedure like defacing (see our information on (peudo)anonymization tools).
To allow sharing of such personal data, it is recommended to use a Data User Agreement (DUA) over a license. The term “license” is more general than DUA, but both are “contracts” between a licensor and licensee.
Not all licenses that are commonly used online (like GPL, MIT, CC-BY) are appropriate for data or for databases. A “data use agreement” is a specific form of license (or contract) that is designed for data and can take into account that besides the rights of the licensor (e.g. the researcher or the university) there may also be rights of the participants whose data is included, for example relating to re-identification. You could call an “agreement” or a “contract” between data provider and data downloader a “license”, but calling it a “data use agreement” makes it more explicit that it is not about the (re)use of a creative work (like written text or code by an author) but reuse of measured/observed data.
Data security and privacy regulations
The following text is copied from the original source of the data and privacy regulations of the GWDG:
The data transfer between GWDG's LimeSurvey server and the users' web clients (browsers) is encrypted. The access for survey administrators is password-protected. The password may not be given to third parties. Access to the database where the data is stored is limited to GWDG staff.
The responsibility for a survey lies with the survey administrator. The administrator is also responsible for compliance with data privacy laws and regulations for the processing of personal data.
For each survey, an imprint containing the name, address and e-mail address of the organizer is needed. For a survey within an enterprise or institution, a works council or personnel boards possible rights of participation have to be respected. The copyright has to be complied to when using textual, audio or visual materials.
The data collected in a survey must be deleted by the survey's administrator as soon as it is no longer needed. The GWDG will delete all surveys whose end date is older than 6 months. If you need the data for a longer period, you should export them before this. Data from surveys containing personal and/or sensitive information must be securely stored to protect them against illegitimate access. Please be aware that personal data, even those you exported from the GWDG LimeSurvey server, must be deleted as soon as they are not needed any more for evaluation.
There are 6 questions in this survey.