Privacy and cookie statement
This statement applies to the processing of data obtained as a result of a user visiting and using this website and through personal information provided as a result of a request for contact (hereinafter: personal data).
Dutch Data Protection Authority
We process the personal data in accordance with the laws and regulations on the protection of personal data, such as the Dutch Personal Data Protection Act and the telecommunications legislation.
Processing of personal data
We handle personal data with confidentiality and care. We collect personal data when responding to requests for contact made via this website. This data is processed for our administration. The data is also used to keep data subjects informed of our services and activities. You can find our contact details on the contact page. We do not share any personal data with third parties.
What are cookies?
As of 5 June 2012, when the Telecommunications Act came into force, websites must inform you when they want to place cookies on your computer that carry out tasks such as tracking your personal browsing behaviour. They are only permitted to be placed after you have given your consent. Websites do not need your consent to place cookies that are necessary for a service or for the functioning of a website. These are files that may track, for example, what is in your virtual shopping cart.
Which cookies do we use on this site?
The cookies that we use on this website can be divided into the following categories:
* Strictly necessary cookies
These are cookies that are necessary to allow a website to function properly and are automatically placed when you visit a website. For example, if you click away a message about cookies, this type of cookie will still be placed on your computer to store your response. For strictly necessary cookies, we do not require your consent.
* Functional cookies
These cookies are placed to make it possible to use third party websites. E.g. YouTube and Google Maps.
To allow us to improve the website, we use Google Analytics. This is a service from a company that allows us to track how users use the website. The data that we receive is anonymised as much as possible. We only use this data to improve the website. Your IP address is not shared with us. Google may share data with third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or to the extent to which third parties process this information on behalf of Google. We have no influence over this.
Turning cookies on and off and removing cookies
Don’t want us to place cookies on your computer? You can change the settings in your browser so you will not receive any cookies the next time you visit the website. This may mean that you cannot make full use of all functionalities on the website. You can find more information regarding turning cookies on and off and removing cookies in the instructions and/or with the help function of your browser:
* Internet Explorer
We have taken careful and suitable measures to secure our systems. This is to ensure that unauthorised persons cannot gain access to the personal data and to prevent a loss of personal data.
Amendments to the Privacy and Cookie statement
This website is regularly updated. Therefore, this statement may be amended from time to time. If you continue to use our services following the publication of these amendments, this means you accept the updated policy.