We collect user information
According to the basic European general data protection regulation, GDPR, ScanBalt is obliged to inform members, newsletter subscribers and visitors to our websites that we handle personal data. The personal data can be your name, postal address, email address and phone number.
The ScanBalt website collects user information to improve our site. Users cannot be recognised through cookies or other technologies alone, and our site cannot be aware of a user’s email address, for example, unless the user has specifically supplied it on the site.
Contact information can be requested on various forms, if the user hopes for a response to their message, or for signing up for a newsletter email, for example. The information submitted on the forms is only used for answering the user, and no information is surrendered to third parties unless stated on the form or unless for matchmaking purposes through specifically designed matchmaking platform (BaltCityPrevention project).
- allow website administrators to identify frequent visitors on their site,
- make logging into websites more comfortable, and
- allow combining visitor information.
If you do not wish to provide the service with the information detailed above through cookies, the cookie function can be turned off in most browsers. Further information on preventing cookies can be found in the settings of your browser.
However, please note that some of the pages and services offered on the website may not function correctly if cookies are disabled.
30 November 2020
Public Health Data Bootcamp, 10-14 December 2020