100% for Children collects information about users and their visits by using so-called cookies or by the user providing the information on 100pct.org.
What information is collected?
If the user chooses to fill out the contact form or sign up for the newsletter on 100pct.org, some or all of the personal information listed below is collected:
- Full name
- Phone number
- Email address
- Content of the message field in the contact form
- Information about the user's visit to 100pct.org, including, but not limited to, traffic data, location data, and other communication data.
What are the collected information used for?
To contact a user who has contacted 100% for Children via the contact form, where the user has also given consent to be contacted.
100% for Children may collect information about the user's computer, including the user's IP address, operating system, and browser type, for system administration. This is statistical information for the purpose of clarifying user actions and patterns and is not intended to identify an individual.
To ensure that the user receives the most relevant information and the best service when visiting 100pct.org, information and data may be collected using cookies. This helps 100% for Children provide the user with a good experience.
What are cookies?
Cookies are stored for this long?
Cookies delete themselves after a certain number of months (may vary), but are renewed after each visit.
How to delete or block cookies?
100% if you do not want to receive cookies or simply want to delete them. See guide here http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering
How to avoid cookies?
The computer's browser can be set to inform when a cookie is received. This way, the user has the option to accept or reject a cookie. The computer can also be set to reject all cookies. If the receipt of cookies is disabled on the computer, 100pct.org does not work optimally.
What cookies are used for on our website?
100% for Children and its partners use non-personal information from cookies to increase user-friendliness.
- To ensure that the content on 100pct.org is presented in the most effective way for the user
- Non-personal information from cookies may also be used for the following, including statistical, purposes
- To determine the popularity of the various pages on 100pct.org
- To monitor the frequency and duration of users' visits to 100pct.org
- To determine how often 100pct.org is visited and used
- .To conduct surveys and research to improve users' interaction with the service
Third-party cookies from Google Analytics
100% for Children uses Google Analytics to analyze how users utilize 100pct.org. The cookies collect information about traffic data, including the user's IP address. This information is stored on Google's servers. 100% for Children receives reports from Google Analytics about activity on 100pct.org. Google Analytics may disclose the information to third parties if required by law, or if third parties process the information on behalf of Google Analytics.
Google Analytics sets two types of cookies: a permanent cookie that shows if the user is returning, where they are coming from, which search engine is being used, etc. Permanent cookies are stored on the user's hard drive until they expire or the user deletes them.
Session cookies are used to show when and how long a user is on the site. Session cookies expire after each session, meaning when the user closes a tab or browser. Google Analytics does not link the user's IP address with other information that Google Analytics has.
Personal information is never given to third parties unless you expressly give consent, and we never collect personal information without your permission, such as through registration, applications, or participation in a survey.
How We Process Your Personal Data?
The Association 100% for Children (hereafter referred to as "100%") has registered personal information about its members and contributors. Therefore, we are obliged to treat them confidentially and inform you how we process them. 100% is responsible for the processing of this information and can be contacted.
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Phonenumber 29714854
As a general rule, we do not process sensitive personal information, but only information considered ordinary or necessary for compliance with data protection regulations and Danish law. This means we only store the name, address, phone number, and email address of 100%'s members and donors. Only contributors who want a donation reported to the Danish tax authority to receive tax deductions need to provide their CPR number to 100%. Members do not need to provide a CPR number. We store information about payment method, payment history, and any project choices for donations.
The processing of this information includes:
Administration of membership or donor relationships with 100%
Compliance with legislation, including 100%'s approval under sections 8a and 12a of the Danish Tax Assessment Act and the Danish Tax Authority's approval of 100% as a charitable organization, as well as the Bookkeeping Act.
Time-limited storage for documentation purposes after the end of a membership or donor relationship.
The information will generally be deleted no later than five years after the expiration of the year in which the membership or donor relationship ended. The information is not shared with third parties unless necessary. 100% uses a data processor for the storage and processing of information. These third parties process the information solely on 100%'s behalf and may not use it for any other purpose. Personal data is only disclosed to public authorities if we have a legal obligation to do so. 100% strives to take technical and organizational measures to prevent personal data from being deleted, disclosed, lost, degraded, or known to unauthorized parties, misused, or otherwise processed in violation of the law.
As a general rule, 100% does not use consent as a basis for processing personal information. However, in cases where a processing basis relies on consent, you have the right to withdraw it at any time. The withdrawal of consent does not affect the legality of the processing we have already carried out based on the consent before the withdrawal.
According to the rules of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), as a registered individual, you have the following rights with regards to 100%:
- The right to access the personal data we have and process about you
- The right to request that we correct any incorrect or misleading information about you
- In certain cases, you have the right to have your information deleted before the time of our regular general deletion occurs
- You also have the right to object to 100%'s processing of your personal data in certain cases
If you have corrections to your information or wish to exercise these rights, please contact us.
100%'s website may contain links to third-party websites. We have no control over or responsibility for how these websites handle personal data.
Possibility of complaint?
If you believe that our processing is in violation of the rules of data protection legislation, you can file a complaint with us. If you subsequently disagree with our assessment of the case, you can complain to the Danish Data Protection Agency. Also, see the Danish Data Protection Agency's website at www.datatilsynet.dk, where you can find further information about your rights as a registered individual.
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100% for the Children
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1150 København K