ONE LOVE PROJECT respects
the privacy of every individual who visits
its websites. Any information
collected about you will be used to fulfil
any service you might request, to inform
you about new products and services and also
to improve how we serve you. Your data will
be treated in accordance with relevant Rwandan
and local country legal provisions. Your
information will not be disclosed to
anyone outside of MULINDI/JAPAN ONE LOVE
its affiliated or associated companies, and
the types of information that we collect
from you when you visit our site and explain
how we use this information.
We protect the data in strict accordance with the
Principles of the Rwandan Data Protection Framework
Any information that you choose to provide us with
about yourself will be held on a secure computer
server in South Africa. The server software (SSL)
encrypts all the information you supply us.
ensures, among other things, that data we
hold about you are processed lawfully and
fairly. We aim to ensure that the personal
data stored will be accurate, relevant and
not excessive. We will keep the data up to
date and not retain the information longer
than is necessary. We will keep data securely
to prevent unauthorised access by other people.
You have the right to see what is held about
you and correct any inaccuracies.
ONE LOVE PROJECT will
not share or loan any identifiable information
about you to any third party without your
consent. We may share generalised information
about site visitor patterns with partners
or other parties in such a way that individual
visitors can never be identified. It is possible
to view our site without providing any personal
details. However, without registering your
details you will not be able to receive further
communications from us.
INFORMATION COLLECTED DURING YOUR VISIT
TO OUR SITE
Whenever you browse the www.oneloveproject.org website,
read pages, or download information, our computers
automatically record certain information about your
visit from the computer you use to access our site.
This information does not identify you personally.
It just tells us how many visitors come to our site
and the types of computers they use. With this information,
we can improve our site for all our visitors and
make it more useful to you.
The information includes the following:
1. The date and time you access our site.
2. How many and which pages you visit during a 'session'
on our site and how long you were on the site.
3. Your Internet domain name (this might be your
internet service provider such as aol.com or your
place of work) and the 'IP' address (this is a number
assigned to your computer whenever you are surfing
the web) which allows you to access our website.
4. The Internet browser you use (e.g. Microsoft Explorer
or Netscape) and your computer's operating system
(e.g. Windows XP).
5. The site you were on before you linked to www.oneloveproject.org
(e.g. Yahoo if you found us from a search engine).
A cookie is a line of text and numbers that is created
by our website and stored on your computer when you
visit our site. The cookie does not collect or contain
personal information about you and poses no security
or virus risk to your computer.
When you return to our site, the cookie associates
your computer with the information that you gave
us when you first visited or registered and therefore
helps us to remember you. This can save you time.
Of course, you can still make full use of the site
if you specifically choose not to accept the cookie
on your browser.
OF EMAIL ADDRESSES
Your email address is only used for the purposes
of replying to you unless you have given consent
as detailed above.
PROTECTION ON PIXEL TAGS
We may use "pixel tags," which are small
graphic files that allow us to monitor the use of
our websites. A pixel tag can collect information
such as the IP (Internet Protocol) address of the
computer that downloaded the page on which the tag
appears; the URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of the
page on which the pixel tag appears; the time the
page containing the pixel tag was viewed; the type
of browser that fetched the pixel tag; and the identification
number of any cookie on the computer previously placed
by that server. When corresponding with you via HTML
capable e-mail, we may use "format sensing" technology,
which allows pixel tags to let us know whether you
received and opened our e-mail.
QUESTIONS ABOUT PRIVACY?
You have the right as an individual to find out what
information we hold about you and make corrections
if necessary. You also have the right to ask us to
not use your information.