The Child Health Initiative is an initiative hosted at and coordinated by the FIA Foundation.
1. POLICY STATEMENT
2. COOKIES AND WEBSITE USAGE INFORMATION
3. WHAT TYPE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION DOES THE FIA FOUNDATION COLLECT?
4. HOW DOES THE FIA FOUNDATION USE INFORMATION ABOUT YOU?
5. DOES THE FIA FOUNDATION SHARE PERSONAL INFORMATION WITH THIRD PARTIES?
6. WILL YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION BE TRANSFERRED ABROAD?
7. WHAT RIGHTS DO YOU HAVE TO REVIEW AND AMEND PERSONAL INFORMATION?
8. HOW LONG WILL FIA FOUNDATION KEEP YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
9. CHANGES TO THIS POLICY
The FIA Foundation is a company registered in England and Wales limited by guarantee (No: 4219306) and a registered UK charity (number: 1088670) of 60 Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DS.
In some instances (for example for specific campaigns), we may collect further personal information about you. On those occasions we may provide you with a separate privacy notice which will provide you with further details about our use of your personal information in relation to that campaign and which is appropriate in those specific circumstances (where this is legally required). In such instances, that specific privacy notice will apply to the collection of that further personal information.
When you visit our Site, we will automatically collect certain standard internet and website log information and details of patterns about how you use the Site. The information we collect is:
While some of the above listed information is not your personal information, we consider that it is important to let you know about all of the information which we collect and process when you visit our Site. We use this information to better understand and improve how our Site work, to better understand which portions of our Site are most visited, and how you got to our Site. This information helps us to improve our Site, and your experience whilst visiting it.
The specific cookies which we use on our Site are listed overleaf:
|Cookie||Name of cookie||Type of cookie|
|Purpose of cookie||First or |
|ELOQUE||Persistent||To manage user session on the website (persistent as cookie is still being fired once user leaves the website)||First|
|Google Analytics||_utma||Persistent||To calculate new and returning visitor statistics. It is used by Google Webmaster and Analytics||First|
|_utmb||Persistent||Counts duration of a session/visit by a user (persistent as cookie is still being fired once user leaves the website)||First|
|_utmc||Persistent||Counts duration of a session/visit by a user (persistent as cookie is still being fired once user leaves the website)||First|
|_utmt||Persistent||To throttle request rate||First|
|_utmz||Persistent||To collect information anonymously about how visitors use the site||First|
|_ga||Persistent||To distinguish users||First|
|_b||Persistent||Cookie for contents sharing||First|
|_pinterest_cm||Persistent||Cookie for contents sharing||Third|
|_pinterest_pfob||Persistent||This cookie identifies the source of traffic to the site, so Google Analytics can tell where visitors came from when arriving on the site||Third|
|csrftoken||Persistent||Cookie for contents sharing||Third|
|mp_ec105c7498f02195 cf3c945a||Persistent||Cookie from Mixpanel setting by Pinterest||Third|
|Pinterest-AdmissionToken||Persistent||Enables Pinterest functionality||Third|
|act||Persistent||Allows you to control the "Follow us on Facebook" and "Like" buttons||Third|
|csm||Persistent||Allows you to control the "Follow us on Facebook" and "Like" buttons||Third|
|datr||Persistent||Allows you to control the "Follow us on Facebook" and "Like" buttons||Third|
|fr||Persistent||Allows you to control the "Follow us on Facebook" and "Like" buttons||Third|
|p||Persistent||Session cookie (persistent as cookie is still being fired once user leaves the website)||Third|
|c_user||Persistent||Contains the user ID of the currently logged in user||Third|
|i_user||Persistent||Contains the user ID of the currently logged in user||Third|
|lu||Persistent||Used to manage how the login page is presented to the user||Third|
|xs||Persistent||Values contained within the XS cookie are: the first portion is an up to two-digit number representing the session number; the second portion is a session secret (makes users sessions anonymous) ; the third, optional, portion is a secure flag, which is used if the user has enabled the secure browsing feature.||Third|
|_twitter_sess||Persistent||Used by Twitter services, to monitor referral links, and login status.||Third|
|auth_token||Persistent||This cookie saves information about the authentication token that a user uses to connect||Third|
|Persistent||"Follow Button" Twitter plugin is used to help market the business using Twitter. The plugin detects whether a user is logged in to Twitter when he visits a website and uses this information to present either a "Follow" or "You Follow" message with various other details from Twitter. The plugin creates four Third Party cookies - pid, _twitter_sess, kdt, guest_id- if a visitor accesses the site when not logged into Twitter, and a further cookie if accessed while logged on to Twitter.||Third|
|YouTube||PREF||Persistent||This cookie stores your preferences and other information, in particular preferred language, how many search results you wish to be shown on your page, and whether or not you wish to have Google’s SafeSearch filter turned on.||Third|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE||Persistent||A cookie that YouTube sets that measures your bandwidth to determine whether you get the new player interface or the old.||Third|
|use_hitbox||Session||The use_hitbox cookie increments the ‘views’ counter on the YouTube video||Third|
|YSC||Session||This cookie is set by the YouTube video service on pages with embedded YouTube video||Third|
Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser settings to decline cookies. You may delete or decline cookies by changing your browser settings (click “Help” in the toolbar of most browsers for instructions or review the cookie management guide produced by the Interactive Advertising Bureau – www.allaboutcookies.org.) If you do so, some of the features and services of the Site may not function properly. To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all Sites visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
WHAT TYPE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION DOES THE FIA FOUNDATION COLLECT?
The Site allows you to interact with the FIA Foundation in many ways, such as using the contact us form or providing you with our contact telephone number so that you can call us. If you do choose to contact us in any way, and, in doing so, provide us with your personal information, we will collect that information for our own use and for the purposes described in more detail below.
Participation in any of FIA Foundation’s campaigns - we will collect the following personal information:
Where a campaign involves the participation of children, we will collect the above information in relation to both the child and parent/guardian as appropriate in certain circumstances
Where you choose to subscribe to receive our newsletters, or otherwise contact us (whether through the Site, or by using the contact information in the Site to do so), we will collect the following personal information from you:
As part of our follow-up contact with you, depending on the nature of your enquiry, and only where you choose to provide it, we will collect the following additional personal information about you:
Where you have signed-up or become a member, in addition to the above items of personal data which we will process, we will also collect and process:
The personal information which we collect from you is used to respond to any communication or enquiry which you have sent to us. Alternatively, where you have subscribed to receiving copies of our publications, we will use your personal information to provide that information to you.
The personal information which you provide us is provided on a voluntary basis, and is information which we receive directly from you. Where lawful to do so, we will also collect personal information about you from public sources (such as social media feeds), third party service providers, individuals who you have indicated have agreed for you to provide their personal information, government, tax or law enforcement agencies and other third parties.
The FIA Foundation will never sell your personal information once it has been collected and is being processed.
Where the FIA Foundation has collected your personal information through this Site, or as a result of communications with you, that personal information will only be used in accordance with this Policy. In the event that you have provided personal information to us as part of a particular campaign or programme, your personal information will be processed in accordance with this Policy, unless we provided an additional privacy notice to you relevant to that campaign or programme. In which case, that specific campaign or programme privacy notice will apply to our handling your personal information.
In terms of this Site, and our general communications with you, we will use your personal information for the following purposes:
Data Protection law requires that we have a legal basis for processing your personal information. In this regard, we rely on one or more of the following three lawful basis for processing personal information:
Your personal information will only be made available for the purposes mentioned above (or as otherwise notified to you from time to time) to staff who properly need to know these details for their functions within the FIA Foundation.
You have the right to request access to the personal information that we hold about you. In order for us to comply with such a request, we may require you to prove your identity before we are able to commence with any work associated with such a request, both for your security and to ensure our own compliance with data protection laws.
As well as the right to access the personal information that the FIA Foundation holds about you, you have a number of other rights in respect of your personal information under the data protection laws. These may include (as relevant):
Please be aware that some of these rights will only become relevant when changes to the data protection laws come into force on 25 May 2018.
If you wish to exercise any of the above rights, or if you would like to contact the FIA Foundation in respect of its data processing activities, please contact FIA Foundation at either 60 Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DS or via firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any further questions regarding our holding of your personal information, please contact us using the contact information provided in Section 7 above.
We keep this Policy under regular review. We may change this Policy from time to time by updating this page in order to reflect changes in the law and/or our privacy practices. The date at the bottom of this Policy will be updated accordingly.
Where required by law, we will notify you of any modified versions of this Policy that affect the way we use or disclose your personal information.
This Policy only extends to your use of the Site and your communication with the FIA Foundation through the contact methods as set out on the Site. As noted above, in some instances we may provide you with additional privacy notices in relation to certain projects and/or campaigns that we may run. In such instances, the terms of those project/campaign specific privacy notices will apply to our processing of your personal information.
If you have any questions about this Policy, please contact us using the below contact methods:
By e-mail: email@example.com
By writing to us at:
60 Trafalgar Square
20 March 2019