We take the protection of personal data very seriously
When we ask you to make your personal data available to us, we will inform you what data we are processing and for what purpose. You will receive information on this at the time of collecting your personal data.
We use data about you to improve our service and ensure the quality of our contact with you. The data we use depends on the purpose.
The collected data includes
Your name, e-mail address, and bank details.
These data are processed for the following purposes: Storing name and e-mail address for the purpose of sending out electronic newsletters by e-mail, and inviting you to our annual general assembly in Plastic Change. Bank information is kept for the purpose of collecting membership fees.
For private support
Your name, email address, bank details, and CPR. No. (if any)
These data are processed for the following purposes: Storing your name and email address for the purpose of sending electronic newsletters by email. Bank information is kept for the purpose of collecting financial contributions. Your CPR. No. is collected and stored only with your consent, and solely for the purpose of transmitting it to tax authorities to ensure that you can deduct your financial contribution to Plastic Change.
Your name and e-mail address.
These data are processed for the following purposes: Storing name and e-mail address for the purpose of sending out electronic newsletters by e-mail.
Participating in contests, surveys, and signature campaigns
Your name, e-mail and phone number.
These data are processed for the following purpose: Storing name, e-mail, and phone number for the purpose of recruiting memberships, donations, and general communication regarding campaigns etc..
We only process relevant data
We only process data about you that are relevant and necessary for the purposes defined above or as determined by law.
We update your personal data
As we rely on your data to be accurate and up-to-date, we ask you to provide us with relevant changes to your data. You can use the contact details below to notify us of your changes.
We delete your personal data
We delete your personal data when they are no longer needed for the purpose that was the reason for our collection, processing, and storage of your data – unless there are regulatory requirements to keep the information for a longer period.
If you are a member or a private donor, we will keep your personal data for 5 years from the end of the financial year in which you resign from Plastic Change
We will obtain your consent before processing your personal data for the purposes described above unless we have a legal basis for obtaining it.
Your consent is voluntary and you can withdraw it at any time by contacting us. Use the contact information below for more information.
We do not disclose your personal data
We do not disclose your personal data without your consent. However, we do not ask for your consent if we are legally obliged to pass on your personal data, e.g. as part of reporting to an authority.
We have adopted internal information security rules that contain instructions and measures that protect your personal data from being destroyed, lost, or altered, against unauthorized disclosure, and against unauthorized access or disclosure.
The right to object
You have the right to object to our processing of your personal data and you have the right to gain insight into the data we store about you.
You can use the contact information below to send an objection or a request for insight. If your objection is legitimate, we will discontinue using your personal data.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a data file, that temporarily is stored on your hard drive. This is used so the website can recognize your computer and “remember” your settings if you return to our website.
A cookie is not able to spread any computer virus or any other malware on to your computer. Most often, a cookie is used to analyze the behavior on a website, so it is possible to organize relevant information and improve customer experience. Cookies can be necessary for being able to provide a service.
As a default, cookies are automatically deleted from the browser, once the current browser window is closed. This is called a session cookie. However, it is possible to set the expiry of a cookie for an arbitrary length of time after you leave the website. That is called a persistent cookie and will typically be stored to your hard drive until it expires, or you delete the cookie.
Furthermore, you normally differentiate between first-party cookies and third-party cookies. A first-party cookie is dealt with by the owner of the domain of the page you visit. A third-party cookie, also known as tracking cookie, is a cookie set by (and on) a third party, that tracks and reports information and traffic on the site, you are visiting. This type of third-party cookie is for example set by the web analytics service, Google Analytics.
Third-party cookies – Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics to analyze how the visitor uses our website. Cookies collect data about traffic, however, your IP-address will be anonymous. These non-personally identifiable data will be stored in Google’s servers in the USA. Through Google Analytics we are able to extract reports about the activities on our website. In a few cases, Google Analytics can pass on information to third-party if required by the authorities. Google Analytics sets two types of cookies:
A persistent cookie gives information regarding returning visitors, what entry the visitor is using, what type of search engine is used etc.. A persistent cookie is stored on your hard drive until it expires, or you manually delete it from your hard drive.
A session cookie is used to give information regarding when and for how long the user is on the website. Session cookies expire after each session, meaning that whenever you close your browser or window after surfing on a specific website the session cookie is deleted from your hard drive.
In case you do not wish to receive a cookie from plasticchange.org or plasticchange.dk you can in most recent browsers select advanced cookie-settings in your Internet-settings and add this domain to the list of sites you want to block cookies from. Here you can also delete individual cookies or all cookies that your browser has saved.
If you do not want Google Analytics to register and track your visit, you can use the Google Opt-Out Browser Add-on. Be aware that your visit to other websites who also use Google Analytics will also be blocked if you install this browser plugin.
For more information or support
- Instructions in deleting or managing cookies in Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Instructions in deleting or managing cookies on a Mozilla Firefox Browser
- Instructions in deleting or managing cookies on a Google Chrome browser
- Instructions in deleting flash cookies (all browsers)
We must inform you about how we register information
All Danish websites are required to inform which cookies are set on the user’s device. The information must be in accordance with the “Order of Information and Consent Information for the Storage and Access to End-User Terminal Equipment”, which is part of an EU Directive on The General Data Protection Regulation in digital communication.
Cookies are used to collect information about the user’s behavior. Although this usually happens to give the user a better experience or is technically necessary to use a solution, the user must be informed that it is happening and to be able to prevent it from occurring in the future.
Louise Lerche Gredal
Director in Plastic Change