Why cookie consent?
The law states that an information and consent obligation applies to certain cookies. This means that we ask you for permission in advance to place cookies on your computer. However, this does not apply to all types of cookies.
What do I give permission for?
It is the policy of the Red Cross that cookies that are necessary for analysis and optimization of the website, because this improves the user-friendliness of the website, are placed without your permission. For all other cookies, for example cookies that are placed for marketing purposes, personalization or are intended to enable functionality of other websites (sharing via social media), permission is required. We therefore ask for your permission for this.
How do I give permission?
I give permission by actively agreeing to the placing of cookies. I do this by continuing to use the website after I have been informed about the cookies (by clicking the button “I continue”).
How do we deal with personalization, marketing purposes and sharing your data via other websites and socials?
The Red Cross stores data that you enter on our website (including contact details, page data) or that we record during your visit. We do this to be able to offer you more relevant content and to tailor our services to your preferences as best as possible.
We further use your data for:
- Communication in the online media;
- Sending or having sent a specific message to you;
How long do we keep your data?
We only keep your personal data for the aforementioned purpose and for no longer than 2 years.
What logic do we apply?
The following logic is the basis for assigning and applying your profile:
Based on the IP address and click behavior, your visit can be linked to your preferences. Your profile is the basis for deciding which targeted messages are linked to your personal profile.
Your consent applies to the collection of your (personal) data via certain cookies or other techniques on the internet and to the further use of your data for profiling.
Which cookies do we place?
Our cookie overview contains an explanation of which cookies are placed, who places the cookie (the Dutch Red Cross or a third party), the purpose of the cookie in question, the retention period, whether this cookie is necessary or not and the consequences of not accepting it. of the relevant cookie.