Privacy & Cookies United People Foundation

The law regarding personal data protection
United People Foundation (UPF) protects the privacy of the visitors to our websites at all times and regards privacy as vital to all its business activities. We will protect all personal data of visitors to our website in the best possible ways. UPF will always comply with the law regarding personal data protection.

Processing of personal data
As required for the execution of our services UPF can record personal data (when you sign up we require some personal data) and records this personal data in order to adequately execute its services to you. UPF does not share your information with third parties.

Browsing behaviour and history
On the UPF website and related websites general information is gathered without identifying the individual visitor, e.g. the most frequently requested website pages. The purpose of this is to optimize functionality and content of the website. In doing so UPF will be able to improve services offered to you.

Third party websites
This Privacy Statement does not apply to the websites of third parties that are linked to from the UPF website.

Changes to this Privacy Statement
UPF maintains the right to change this Privacy Statement at all times. Please consult this Privacy Statement from time to time to ensure you are aware of any change made.

What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is placed in your computer, or other online apparatus like a smart phone or tablet, by the website that you visit. Cookies can be used for different purposes, for example to remember visitor data, or to follow visitors through different websites. By doing this websites can improve the visitor’s user experience, and keep track of web statistics, like the number of visitors to the website.

Why does UPF use cookies?
UPF uses cookies on its websites for the reasons mentioned above. We register data, like a user name, on the request of the visitor but never personal information like a password or an IP-address. UPF uses Google Analytics to collect data about the use of This information is made anonymous so that the behaviour of individual visitors cannot be distilled from this.

How do I get rid of cookies?
You can remove and turn off the receipt of cookies through the settings of your browser. You can read how to do this at Turning off cookies will, however, result in a less than optimal working of our websites.

Changes in our cookie statement
As the privacy laws and codes of conduct are adapted and improved from time to time, this cookie statement is also subject to change. It is recommended that you regularly consult this statement when you visit the UPF website.

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