GDPR & Website 3rd party cookie information 

GDPR and Gravity Forms for WordPress:

Our forms are held on this WordPress platform (https) Website. This information is kept for as long as it serves the purpose for which you gave it to us.

Gravity Forms does not set any cookies on the front-end of the site. It does set a cookie on the entry detail page in the admin when an admin views the entry and checks the show empty fields checkbox. That cookie is named gf_display_empty_fields.

Our Donations/Project form offers you the possibility to “Save and Continue” inputting the form at another time (because it takes just that bit longer than the Donations/Quick form). Your saved data is stored on the server and this feature protects it with a unique link, which is displayed to the user on the page in plain unencrypted text, similar to a password. PET’s website is “https” which means that our connection is secure. The Donor has complete control of the form’s password until the link is deactivated;  and all payment activities happen within/inside PayPal’s environment.

GDPR and Google Analytics:

Google Analytics mainly uses first-party cookies to report on visitor (aka. user) interactions on our website. Users may disable cookies or delete any individual cookie. Learn more

Where a site or app uses Google Analytics for Apps or the Google Analytics for Firebase SDKs, Google Analytics collects an app-instance identifier — a randomly generated number that identifies a unique installation of an App. Whenever a user resets their Advertising Identifier (Advertising ID on Android, and ID for Advertisers on iOS), the app-instance identifier is also reset.

Where sites or apps have implemented Google Analytics with other Google Advertising products, like Google Ads, additional advertising identifiers may be collected. Users can opt-out of this feature and manage their settings for this cookie using the Ads Settings. Learn more

Google Analytics also collects Internet Protocol (IP) addresses to provide and protect the security of the service, and to give website owners a sense of which country, state, or city in the world their users come from (also known as “IP geolocation”).

GDPR and Anti-Spam software

Most spam attracts attention from its “unsuitable” language: e.g for us, Russian comments written in a English-language blog are usually unwanted advertising messages. This criterion is used for spam detection and combat. Our WordPress plugin ensures that comments are allowed only in English. Comments in other language variations are permanently classified as spam.

Data protection: To detect the language, Antispam software uses “franc.” It sends the comment to the “franc” service via HTTPS. Other data about the commentator (like IP or email address) is not sent.


Legal Disclaimer / Disclosure

We are not lawyers. Due to the dynamic nature of websites, no single plugin or platform can offer 100% legal compliance. We intend and do our utmost to protect your personal data by being in compliance with all applicable laws for our jurisdiction and use cases — we only want you to have an informative visit and come back again!