Fukushima Future believes you have a fundamental right to privacy on the web, and we work to protect your security online. The Fukushima-Future website (referred to as ‘website’) is managed by the NPO Fukushima-Future (referred to as ‘we’) located at Colmar-France. We ask you to provide your name and contact details when posting a comment, signing a petition, or making a donation on our website. We may also maintain records with details of individuals who contact us for (further) information or for help, but only in case we need to contact them later on or provide further information to them in the future. If you like, you can register on our website by creating a website account. You then need to provide your name and contact details. By creating a website account, you avoid having to fill in your details every time you visit our website. By providing your e-mail address, you can also subscribe to our mailing list in order to receive our email newsletter and urgent alerts. We show social networking sharing buttons and widgets from Facebook, Google, Twitter … on our website to enable you to easily share our campaigns and news with friends. These social networking sharing buttons and widgets come from web servers which may track your behaviour on our website and may combine this with other information about you originating from other websites. You can install a browser add-on like « Disconnect » for Chrome and Firefox to disable them. We also gather information automatically about website visitors to help us maintain and improve the design of our website. We use Google Analytics to gather this data and analyze it. You can install the « Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on » to prevent information about your visits to our website being sent to Google Analytics.

Information sharing and disclosure practices

Your name may appear together with your comments on our website. To inspire others to take action, we may also show your name and a summary of what you have just done on our website for example, if you sign a petition or make a donation. If you petition someone using our website – for example a government official or company CEO – then we may send your name and email address with your message to them.  Fukushima Future is active on the field in over 2 countries.

Security measures

We have implemented appropriate technical and organisational measures to secure personal data against loss or against any form of unlawful processing. Our donation pages are secured using Paypal services (

Only employees who need to access information about supports and website visitors to perform their work are granted access to this personal identifiable information.


Fukushima Future encourages the reproduction and distribution of our materials, electronic products and/or services, including our name and logo. However, there are limits on these uses, and it’s important to know the following ground rules. In general Our materials hosted at are free to use for personal or educational purposes. If you want screen shots to use in a text book, or you want to reproduce an article in your community newsletter, there’s no need to ask, provided you read and abide by our ground rules. We expressly forbid the use of any Fukushima Future material appearing at this site, and/or the Fukushima Future name and logo, for: personal or corporate gain except by express permission as noted below ; party political advertising or the suggestion of endorsement by Fukushima Future of any candidate for public office; any suggestion of Fukushima Future endorsement of a product or policy where such endorsement has not explicitly been made by Fukushima Future itself; any suggestion of Fukushima Future endorsement of, or connection with, websites that Fukushima Future, in its sole discretion, finds to be of an illegal or objectionable nature, which includes obscene, violent, intolerant, denigrating or containing sexually-oriented content or materials; any false representation of yourself as a Fukushima Future office, employee, agent or official spokesperson, or any false representation that you are raising funds or donations for Fukushima Future.

Linking to our website

We love it when you link to us and help spread the word about our campaigns for the Cause. You are welcome to link to our main site or any of the issue areas you find there. The Fukushima Future logo belongs to Fukushima Future and Florent Gullman.

Articles and Text

Articles and text produced by Fukushima Future is free for personal or educational use. Please do include a note saying: « Source: Fukushima Future ( » and reproduce any byline or copyright information provided in the original. Articles and text from third party sources remain the intellectual property and copyright of those third party sources, and permission for use should be sought from these original sources.


Images you can see copyright information in the full-sized pop-up of any image by clicking on the thumbnail.© Fukushima Future can be used in accordance with the terms below. Any image which is copyright of Fukushima Future that appears on our website can be freely copied for personal or educational use, provided you reproduce the copyright information in its entirety.

Questions regarding the processing of your information and your rights

Should you have any questions on the processing of your personal data or if you would like to know which personal data are processed, or you would like to alter, delete or block some of the information processed concerning you, please contact supporter services on:  We are obliged to request proof of identity before access is given.

If you would like us to remove your information from our mailing list, please click the « Unsubscribe » link at the buttom of any email we sent to you or contact us at

Review of and questions regarding the privacy policy

This privacy policy is reviewed on a regular basis. So please regularly check our website to find our latest version of the privacy policy.  If you have any questions relating to this policy, please address them to:

Team Support – Fukushima Future NPO

Last updated: 6 January 2014