Finansforbundet’s rules on social media
Our profiles on social media should be nice places to be, so we have a few simple rules.
Everyone is welcome to participate in the debate, but to do so in a respectful and orderly tone. Stick to the topic – and please do not post the same comments on a strip of posts at the same time.
Your posts must not:
- Be offensive or harassing of others. For example, because of their race, gender, disability, sexuality or religion.
- Promote your own or others’ business, political party, religious beliefs or products.
- Personally attack others or violate the law.
Finansforbundet reserves the right to hide or delete posts that violate the rules. In cases of repeated violations, you will be blocked and in extreme cases banned.
If we suspect a profile is fake, it will be blocked from commenting. We do not engage in a dialogue on our deletion policy on social media - instead send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
No thanks to case handling
If you have questions about your membership or need legal advice, call the main number 32 96 46 00.
Finansforbundet’s profiles on social media are staffed by communication staff, not case handlers. We try to answer questions as soon as possible on weekdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Take care of your personal data
To protect your data security, please do not post sensitive personal data* on Finansforbundet’s profiles on social media. We hide/delete such posts.
Please note that these message may be visible on your end of the inbox/Messenger, even if Finansforbundet has deleted them. This means that they can be deleted from Finansforbundet’s inbox on social media, but not yours. You have to do that yourself.
Please also be aware that social media collects and uses data about your activities on these platforms, including from Finansforbundet’s profiles. We also use this data to target ads to relevant users.
* By ‘sensitive personal data’, we mean information regarding race or ethnic origin, political, religious or philosophical beliefs or trade union membership, as well as processing of genetic data, biometric data for the purpose of uniquely identifying a natural person, health information or information about a natural person’s sexual relationships or sexual orientation, ID number and all information on criminal offenses.