Privacy Policy

Headlines 24 News respects your privacy. All personal data you provide is handled with the utmost care, remains strictly confidential and will not be passed on to third parties. We process these data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Personal data

This privacy statement applies to the processing of personal data provided by donors, gift givers, volunteers, (freelance) employees, participants and contacts, and data acquired from visits to and use of our website.

By personal data we mean all information about an identifiable natural person (the ‘data subject’). This means information that is directly about a person or can be traced back to this person. With this privacy statement, Headlines 24 News would like to inform you about what personal data we collect for which purposes. 

Newsletters

For all our mailing lists, your e-mail address shall only be added to the list of subscribers with your consent. Every newsletter contains a clear link with which you can unsubscribe. We manage the maintenance, management and the security of software for the mailing lists ourselves. 

Special personal data

Headlines 24 News does not collect data pertaining to political views, race, religious views, health, criminal information or other matters.

Security

Headlines 24 News ensures the personal data are correct and complete before these are processed. Headlines 24 News has taken physical, technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data. We use a secure server that is accessible only to authorised persons. This should prevent personal data being accessed or modified by persons not authorised to do so. 
We shall never pass on your personal data to third parties, if this does not explicitly follow our privacy statement. The only two exceptions to this are:

  • if we explicitly request your consent prior to the provision to third parties; or
  • if we are legally required to do so, and only after we have done our utmost to avoid provision on the basis of a legal obligation.

Our website used a reliable SSL Certificate to guarantee that your personal data do not fall into the wrong hands. We take every measure that can be reasonably expected to arrange security in the best way possible..

Other activities

For all other activities and events organised by Headlines 24 News, like Free Press Live or other campaigns where the input from stakeholders is requested, Headlines 24 News shall ask for as little personal data as possible. If we work jointly with other organisations on campaigns, for example in the European context, we shall insist that a clear privacy policy is conducted.

Social media

We have buttons for the social networks Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn on our website, so it is easy for you to share information about Headlines 24 News. These buttons are bits of code from the social media themselves, and use a cookie. This cookie remembers that you are logged in so that you do not have to log in every time you want to share something on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.

To see what the social media platforms do with your personal data, you may inspect the privacy statements of Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Facebook and Twitter cookies are only placed if you are logged in to Facebook during a visit and have given your permission. By installing a program such as ‘Disconnect’ for Chrome and Firefox, you can switch off this feature. 

In blog articles, content that has been imported from other sources or sites can be used and offered on the Headlines 24 News website. For example, YouTube videos. Just like the social buttons, these codes often use cookies. What they do with the cookies and personal data, can be found in the privacy policy of the service concerned. That is out of our control. 

Other websites

Links to other websites do not fall under the responsibility of Headlines 24 News.

 

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