What do we do with your IP address?
Everyone who uses the internet has an IP address. Also if you have internet with your cell phone. You can not use the internet without an IP address. Ventoux against cancer checks the IP addresses of visitors to see if they are not known from previous internet fraud. In this way the website remains free of spam and other internet fraud and you will not be confronted with that as a visitor. Large resistance against cancer does not record the IP addresses of visitors in a database and therefore also does not reduce the IP addresses to people or residential addresses.
What do we do with your visiting data?
General visiting data are recorded on the websites of Ventoux against cancer, such as the most visited pages. With this information we can further optimize the layout on our website. This data can also be used to put more specific information on the site. This allows us to further improve our services. We also register how visitors click through the Ventoux against cancer website. This data is only stored and processed internally and used for no other purpose than optimizing the website for the visitors.
What do we do with information that visitors specify?
The information that participants, supporters and volunteers of Ventoux against cancer fill in the forms on the 'Register' page is stored in a secure database. Major resistance to cancer requires only the information needed to be able to perform registration for the event, the corresponding financial settlement and communication between the foundation and participants. In those cases, the information is only shared with members of the board if this is necessary for the proper functioning of the foundation. The information remains within the organization of the foundation and is therefore never used for advertising purposes or other applications that violate the privacy of the participants.
The contact information is also used to inform participants via the online service MailChimp about the progress of the event and to provide practical information about the event. Mailchip stores contact information securely, does not share this information with external parties and does not use this information for advertising purposes. Contact information is also used when participants ask support via the online helpdesk. The foundation provides support via the online service 'Freshdesk'. This service processes all information via secure connections and stores information in an encrypted database. Participants provide their contact information to the helpdesk. This information is necessary to handle questions from participants. Ventoux against cancer uses this information only to deal with requests for help.
Great resistance against cancer during the event in France photos of participants, volunteers, supporters and other people involved. These photos can be used on the website of Ventoux against cancer and also for promotional purposes, but only if they serve the goals of the foundation as set out in the articles of association. Everyone who has registered in any capacity has agreed to the use of photographs by Ventoux against cancer. The photos on the promotion pages are posted by the participants themselves on the website and are necessary for collecting sponsor money. The photos of the events that are shown via MyAlbum are only used by this service to compile the albums. MyAlbum has laid down in its privacy statement never to use photos of the users for their own advertising or other purposes.
The website of Ventoux against cancer contains photos and contact details of the board members. These have all given permission for this. The contact information on the website is also necessary for executives of the Mont Ventoux Foundation to be able to carry out their duties.
What do we do with cookies?
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Through our website a cookie is placed from the American company Google, as part of the "Analytics" service. We use this service to track and get reports on how visitors use the website. Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or if third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We have no influence on this. The information that Google collects is anonymised as much as possible. Your IP address is emphatically not given. The data can therefore not be traced back to persons or physical addresses. The information is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
Through our website a cookie is placed from the American company Facebook. This service keeps track of how many visitors share news on Big Resistance to Cancer via Facebook. This service captures the IP address of visitors who share content and can use this information to check someone has been previously on the website of Ventoux against cancer. The information can also be used to show targeted advertising from organizations other than Ventoux against cancer, when visiting other websites than those of Ventoux against cancer.
Through this website a cookie is placed by the Dutch online service MyAlbum. This cookie keeps track of how people use the MyAlbum website. These data are used to optimize the MyAlbum website, serve no other purpose and are not exchanged with other services.
The website of Ventoux against cancer places various cookies that are meant to optimize the functioning of the website. One cookie keeps track of whether a visitor is logged in or not. Other cookies keep track of whether a visitor has completed a form or has already sent it. All cookies in this category will be deleted from the computer as soon as you close the tab or close the browser.
You have the right to request access to and correction or deletion of your data. See our contact page for this. To prevent abuse we can ask you to identify you adequately. When it comes to access to personal data linked to a cookie, you must send a copy of the cookie in question.
You can disable cookies via your browser, but this can negatively affect the functioning of our website. You can only delete cookies yourself, as they are stored on your computer. Consult the manual of your browser for this.