This section provides basic information about data protection and user management system
behind the RIS-ALiCE registry. This system was developed by the RIS-ALiCE project consortium
during the first year of the project.
Data uploaded in the RIS-ALiCE registry is divided on 3 different levels, which follows different
licenses according to
Creative Commons model.
You can choose the data
protection level for each of the data entry by your company by choosing appropriate button at “Legal
- Public level: data uploaded as “public” can be freely browsed, viewed, downloaded,
used, shared and
adapted by everyone, no restrictions of their use. Data can be
distributed, displayed and
make further derivate works out of it by anybody. Commercial use is
allowed. Such license is
represented by the symbol presented in Figure (a).
Restricted level: data uploaded as restricted can be copied, distributed, displayed
or be used for
work, but it could not be used to prepare derivate works based on
such data. Commercial use is
allowed. Data can be viewed or downloaded only by the RIS-ALiCE
registered users. Such license is
represented by the symbol presented in Figure (b).
Registry entry without chemical, mineralogical or other parameters:
In the case chemical, mineralogical or any detailed information of the material composition are not known, or can not be revealed, data provider can only indicate that certain waste material is available, but more information can be obtained directly from the holder of the material in the data relevancy section. This data will be visible for all.
RIS-ALiCE registry has defined 4 user levels to follow the data IPR policy. Each user level has his/her
own permissions and responsibilities:
System administrator: the system administrator is the company/person which made the
code and has
a direct access to the database and the portal. The system
administrator is also in charge of
backups, server uptime, and security. It assigns Registry
Registry administrator: the main role of the registry administrator will be to
administrators. The key role of the registry administrator is
validate whether a request for (new) company registration arrives from an actual
company. This will be done either by checking the
company web page, by phone, email or by some other means of
validation. If the validation process is
successful, he/she assigns an individual Company
administrator. The registry administrator also has
the possibility to moderate comments and user’s feedback
Company administrator: each company, which is going to be user of the RIS-ALiCE
as a data provider or data user), will have one company
administrator, who can add or remove
Registered users. The main idea behind this is that
each company has complete control over who can
add or modify registry data, associated with specific company
. Each company administrator is thus
responsible for the data contained in the registry, associated
with this specific company. Company
administrator has also all of the permissions as registered
user for the company.
Registered user: registered end-user can access the data of public and restricted
provide comments on the specific registry entries, can add new data,
which is linked to the company
he/she is representing, and can modify or remove data, which has
been submitted on behalf of this
company in the past. Registered user also assigns access level for
each entry or for a specific
data, that has been provided by their own company.
Visitor: visitor is a random visitor of the RIS-ALiCE registry page, who can access
the data in
public level, can provide comments on the web portal, and can apply for the
A schematic representation of RIS-ALiCE registry user management:
For more information you can look in the three corresponding public deliverables prepared in the initial
stages of the RIS-ALiCE project.
D4.1 - Registries and databases review report.
D4.2 - Registry prototype blueprints.
D4.3 - ALiCE on-line registry prototype report.
Building of the Al-containing Secondary Raw Materials Registry for the Production of Low CO2 Mineral Binders in South-Eastern European Region.
System and Registry administrators are not liable for any misuse of data uploaded into
Registry nor any possible damages occurred as the consequence of the use of registry.