In this privacy statement you will find our contact info, you will read what personal data is, what is meant with the phrase ‘handling personal data’, you will read what are your rights, what we do to make sure that your personal data are handled safely and how long your personal data is stored.
Our contact information
P.J. Oudweg 4
1314 CH Almere
Chamber of Commerce: 83597530
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal data is what gives information about you and what identifies you directly or indirectly.
Handling of personal data
‘Handling personal data’ means: collecting, recording, structuring, saving, editing, changing, requesting, viewing, using, providing by means of sending on, distributing or any other form of providing, bringing together, relating, shielding, deleting or destroying your personal data.
We handle your personal data for the following purposes: sending newsletters if permission to do so has been given, showing general or specific offers, enabling the process of buying and ordering, providing the account on our website, getting in touch with you and delivering our goods and services. We only handle personal data which is necessary for these purposes.
Additionally we handle your personal data to follow requirements by law, to improve our service, to respond to complaints and to prevent fraud.
We will never sell your personal data to third parties. To guard your personal data we set up a processing agreement with companies if these companies handle your data for our order.
Personal data which we handle
In order to carry out our purposes we handle the following personal data:
- Email address
- Date of birth
- Personal data on images
- First and last name
You also have rights
Do you want to know what personal data we have handled? Then send an email to email@example.com with a request to view your data. Within a maximum of four weeks you will receive a response to your request.
Is your personal data incorrect, incomplete, irrelevant for the purposes for which they were handled or in any other way not complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR, Algemene Verordening Gegevensbescherming) or any other legislation? Then you are entitled to correction of your personal data. Correction entails improving, adding, deleting or shielding your personal data. Besides that, you are also entitled to object against handling your personal data, entitled to have less personal data handled, entitled to withdraw permission you have given and entitled to data portability. Send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Within a maximum of four weeks you will receive a response to your request. There is also the possibility to lodge a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA, Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens).
You can also view and edit your personal data via your account on our website.
Personal data is and must remain personal. We feel just as strongly as you that your personal data should become public knowledge or used illegitimately. That is why we apply every possible technical or organizational measure to handle your personal data safely. In order to secure your personal data we use DNSSEC, automatic removal of obsolete information, backups, limited access to personal data, security software such as a virus scanner and a firewall, raising security awareness, a secure internet connection, a protocol for dealing with data leaks and security incidents, encryption, non-disclosure agreements, pseudonymization, regular safety checks, regular checks of logs, assigning responsibility for guarding information and passwords for electronic systems.
Storing personal data
We do not store your personal data any longer than is strictly necessary for carrying out our purposes. If there are legal requirements applicable to storing the data, this personal data will be stored no longer than legally required.
Dutch hospitality is a cookie to go with your coffee or tea. Digital hospitality is a cookie with your visiting a website. With cookies we make our website user-friendly. Here you will find our contact info, you will read what cookies are, which cookies we and third parties use, why these cookies are used, how long we store cookies and how you can remove cookies.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files storing information. We or other parties place these text files on your computer or mobile device. At your next visit we use the text files to find out what are, for example, your preferences or login data. This way you do not have to enter your preference during every visit and we can make the site more user-friendly. Under the heading ‘cookie overview’ you can see which cookies we place and what they are used for.
Overview of cookies:
We place functional cookies to keep our website running smoothly. No permission is required for placing these cookies. They are cookies that make sure the site’s workload is evenly distributed, the website is properly displayed on your screen, information is remembered during online purchases, the shopping basket works, information is remembered when you go to a subpage, login data is stored, abuse can be tracked, permission for cookies can be remembered and other preferences can be stored.
We are continuously improving our website by analyzing how you use it, how you found us and where problems might occur. For this we place cookies and Google Analytics places cookies.
We place cookies to ensure you do not see the same ad all the time and that offers match your interests. We also use these cookies to find out how many visitors click on an ad and how many people eventually make a purchase.
Social media cookies
In order for you to be able to share information from our website on social media, Facebook, Google+, Instagram and Twitter place cookies.
We do not store the cookies any longer than is legally prescribed and strictly necessary for performance.
Third party cookies come with their own privacy statements. These may change over time. You can find current privacy statements on their websites:
You can remove cookies and edit your preferences
You can remove existing cookies, accept or reject all cookies and edit your preferences for certain websites with your internet browser (the program you use to view websites). How, depends on which internet browser you have. Click on the link for your browser to see how to remove or disable cookies:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
- Safari (iOS)
- Safari (macOS)
Is your internet browser not in the list? Or have the settings been changed? Then use your browser’s help or search feature.