1. Who we are
Our website address is: http://haplotree.info.
2. What personal data we collect and why we collect it
We don’t keep any register in a database. The data that you submitted under consent e.g. via e-mail or Facebook or FTDNA is stored in a JSON (flatfile) according to the variables described in section 2.1 and 2.2
2.1 Data less than 100 years old
We only handle the following variables of data in our haplotree;
- A kit.no (@FTDNA, e.g. 297020)
- A Family name (e.g. Kinnunen)
- Corresponding Y-DNA Haplogroup (the SNP is obviously on the haplotree)
We don’t ask for, keep or handle the following information:
- Your e-mail address(es)
- Your address of residence
- Your phone number(s)
2.2 Data more than 100 years old
In addition to data less than 100 years old we occasionally handle and publish names of deceased persons if the data is more than 100 years old.
We don’t use comments.
We don’t handle media e.g. uploading of images or videos.
2.5 Contact forms
We don’t use Contact forms.
2.7 Embedded content from other websites
We don’t embed content from other websites.
2.8 Links to other websites
We don’t use any analytic tools e.g. Google Analytics.
3. Who we share your data with or who we send your data to
We don’t actively share your data with any other organisations or persons for further processing. The data as described in section 2 is on a website open to public with no restrictions, hence it can be shared by anybody.
4. How long we retain your data
As long as you don’t request us to erase the data, refer to section 5.
5. What rights you have over your data
You can request that we erase any personal data we hold about you. In that case please send us an e-mail on: email@example.com
6. Risk Assessment
6.1 Traceability to you as a person
Q: Can the data be traced to you as a person? A: Yes, if and when you share your own data on social media, in e-mails in connection with your name, etc., but otherwise you as a person is not directly traceable from our website.
6.2 Other risks
Q: Are there any other risk of misuse of my data on this website? A: The outcome of a risk assessment says – no there is not.