WHO WE ARE
“MASSAR” or “Our Website” or “massarfamilies.com” are the website and media platform of the Association.
“Our beneficiaries” or “beneficiary” are families of the persons who are kidnapped by ISIS to whom we provide our support and services.
The mission of the Association is enabling the families of the abductees in ISIS’s prisons to play their natural role in building the path of their case towards truth and justice, and MASSAR is the media platform in which the Association will represent its thought and serve its main objective in revealing truth and achieving justice for the detainees and their families also it will be tools to get connected with our beneficiaries.
We reserve the right to update or revise this policy, so please refer to it periodically.
What information is collected from you?
The personal information that CFPED collects, and stores depends on how you use MASSAR website.
You can access most pages without disclosing your identity or providing any personal information.
We collect information from you through cookies or through your interaction with:
- Report a missing person.
- Association form.
- Volunteer form and / or work with the association.
- Newsletter and communicate with us.
- Donation process.
CFPED Association does not collect information identifying you personally (such as your name, address, phone number or e-mail address) unless stated otherwise and when you provide that information.
A cookie is a piece of data that is stored in your computer to collect non-identifying information about you, such as your surfing behavior or user preferences for a specific website.
MASSAR website uses two types of cookie:
A session cookie lasts only as long as your session on the MASSAR website. It expires when the session ends and is not written onto your computer’s hard drive. It is used to improve performance when browsing the website.
A long-term cookie is used to remember the preferred language of the user.
To find out more about cookies or how to delete them from your computer, please visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie and http://www.allaboutcookies.org.
How do we use your information?
The personal information that we collect from you is for the purposes of documenting human rights violations, facilitating accession procedures for the association, improving our website, and sending information that you have requested or that may be considered of interest to you. Information is also collected on some pages in order to facilitate your support and communication with the association.
We process the data you choose to send us, which you expressly agree to send us.We also explain how the information is used on the website pages that include the process of collecting information and / or when browsing the site.
CFPED Association does not sell or rent the information to anyone. CFPED Association keeps your information as long as required to fulfill its humanitarian mandate.
CFPED association verifies the accuracy of the information provided to it, but it is not responsible for the information that other organizations or individuals publish on MASSAR website.
As a general rule, CFPED Association will not disclose any information identifying you personally, except with your consent and for a clear and defined humanitarian purpose.
When to publish your information?
the Association may, in certain contexts, performs a search service on the Internet as part of its provision of related humanitarian services, and we do not publish this information unless we get your consent and when it is in the interest of the beneficiaries of our services and for a clear humanitarian purpose.
There are two different online tracing services that involve the publication of personal information:
MASSAR may publish consolidated and reliable lists of missing persons and their relatives online, after the information has been cross-checked in the field, and the families of missing persons have given their informed consent for publication.
Self-registration leading to publication
Information that we publish about you or your missing relatives may be copied to other websites, be published in newspapers, be broadcast on radio or TV or appear in public places. You can ask MASSAR website Or on websites under the association’s management (ex: Facebook and Twitter pages) to modify or delete your personal information on this website, but we cannot modify or delete personal information that appears on other websites or in other media.
Although we strive to protect you and inform you of the risks or challenges of disseminating information, we recommend that you do not publish any information that may harm you or may harm another person. The Association is not responsible for any consequences arising from the publication of this information.
How can you access, update or delete your information?
The Association will provide you, whenever possible, with the ability to access the information you have provided to us and update it when needed. As for the deleting formation, it is a matter that will be decided for each issue individually.
To find out how to access, correct or delete your personal information, or if you have specific requests, please consult the web pages concerned or contact us at [email protected]
The Association believes in the right of data protection and stores it in safe ways, and then works to store personal data using reasonable material, technical and functional guarantees to secure the data against expected risks.
The Association takes all reasonable measures to protect against unauthorized access, use, alteration or damaging information that is likely to identify the personal identity or personal identification of individuals. Although we make well-intended efforts to store information securely, we cannot guarantee the safety and security of our network and systems, or our security measures will prevent hackers from outside entities from obtaining these information illegally.
We, therefore, advise you to remain vigilant when using the site, and to avoid posting information or sending e-mails with sensitive information that could harm you or someone else
In the event of a security hacking that leads to accidental or unlawful destruction of personal data, its loss, alteration, disclosure or unauthorized access to it, CFPED Association is urgently committed to assessing the risk to people’s rights and freedoms.
If you have any questions about privacy content, please contact us at the following address: [email protected]