Privacy Statement Paling Website
Why do we need to provide a statement?
The organizations behind the Power to the Eel campaign, Good Fish and RAVON, value the privacy of the eel supporters. We handle personal information and private data carefully within the bounds of the Dutch Personal Data Protection act. Personal information is data that can be used to identify, or be linked to, an individual. In this privacy statement we inform you about the purpose of collecting your data and the way we gather, process, and protect said data.
Who are we?
Good Fish is an independent environmental non-profit organization determined to further improve the transition to a sustainable fishing and aquaculture industry. The foundation aims to guide both consumers and entrepreneurs in making more sustainable choices. We also aim to cover new themes like illegally caught fish, social conditions, and traceability. The foundation primarily focusses on the landing, processing, and trade of fish and on consumers and the government in The Netherlands and Europe.
RAVON is a professional organization concerned with the conversation of amphibians, reptiles and freshwater fish that inhabit The Netherlands. RAVON carries out research and uses the gathered knowledge for advisory, educational and conservation purposes. RAVON also collects information about the distribution of amphibians, reptiles, and freshwater fish by establishing national monitoring networks that thousands of volunteers are involved with. This is carried out from their national offices in Nijmegen en Amsterdam.
We are responsible for the protection of your constitutional right to privacy.
Which information do we gather and why?
We gather information from visitors of both powerpaling.nl and powertotheeel.com. When you choose to sign the petition or sign up for our newsletter we collect personal data such as your name and e-mail address. This enables us to collect the signatures and send you the newsletter.
Good Fish and RAVON maintain the right to alter this privacy statement. The most recent version can be found on the webpage.
23rd of September 2020