For each country we will be making a report with the results of the petition, which we will then give to your country’s government. We will speak about this petition to the media, but only in general terms. It’s quite useful then to know in which countries the petition was successful and which age groups are represented.
Are you younger than 13 years? In that case the law subscribes that we need the consent of your parents (or guardian) to share your data and to sign this petition. By asking for their name and email address we can assume you asked for their permission. If you are older than 13 years, then you don’t need such permission. In that case you can sign other types of petitions, which are meant for older children and adults.
This allows us to check if no false names were registered. Furthermore, we can send a newsletter to your email address so that you can stay up to date with the results and with future actions about halting climate change.
You can check, adapt or remove the data we keep of you. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In that case we request a copy of your parents’ ID card so that we can check who asked the question.
We promise that we will do everything which we possibly can to protect your data.
After 1 year we will make your data anonymous and after 2 years we will delete all data. We will not transfer your data to any third parties, such as companies. If the police or the court asks for these data, then we are legally enforced to pass on such data.
I am Peter Tom Jones, the father of Marian who started the petition.
Please mail to email@example.com