Privacy policy

This policy sets out the basis on which we will process any personal data we collect from you through this website. We keep your personal information safe and it is protected by appropriate technical and organisational measures. We only use your data for the purpose of this campaign and will not sell your data on to any third party. We will pass it on only to the European Commission in the framework of the public consultation (see below). 

What data is collected and why?

On this website, we are asking you to join our campaign by participating in the European Commission’s public consultation. In order to participate in this consultation, you need to provide certain personal data (name, first name, email address, country, language, time of participation and your choice of email subscription), and only this data will be collected. Your data is therefore collected and further processed based on your consent.

How is your data used?

Your data, and the responses to the consultation will be collected in a MySQL database managed by Codevision (Austria) and then transferred to and managed by the European Commission. It will not be shared further or made public, the participating organisations will only process your data in view of the consultation and may update you on the result of the campaign. By participating in the campaign and agreeing with this privacy policy, you allow the European Commission to publish your response anonymously. By participating in the Online Consultation, you also agree to our privacy policy.

GDPR outlines eight distinct rights that all Europeans are entitled to, which are:

  1. The Right to Information

  2. The Right of Access

  3. The Right to Rectification

  4. The Right to Erasure

  5. The Right to Restriction of Processing

  6. The Right to Data Portability

  7. The Right to Object

  8. The Right to Avoid Automated Decision-Making

You are entitled to access your personal data and rectify, block or delete it if data are inaccurate or incomplete and to receive information on why and how your data is being processed. You may exercise your rights by contacting the Data Protection Officer using the contact information given below. If complaints cannot be resolved this way, we recommend to contact [email protected].

Cookies and web analytics

In order to better monitor the performance of this campaign action, we may use cookies with anonymised data to help improve your online experience. Our website uses Google Analytics to help us understand website traffic and web page usage and performance. We may collect PHPSESSID, cookie agreement (if applicable) and anonymised IP addresses to better understand where our traffic is coming from. This helps us to get an insight into traffic patterns and know about any problems with our website. To learn more about the cookies we use, please read our cookie policy

Contact

If you have any questions please contact us using the details below:

Data Protection Officer

WWF EU

[email protected]