About our dataprocessing
Below you can read how we process your data, where we save it, what security techniques we use and to whom thedata is visible.
E-mail and mailinglists
For our regular business email, we use the email services of Office365. This party has implemented fitting technical and organisational measures to prevent misuse, loss or corruption of your data. Office365 does not have access to our mailbox and we treat our email-traffic confidentially.
When you enter your e-mail address, you are automatically subscribed to our newsletter.
For concluding and processing (part of) our payments in our webshop we use the payment provider Mollie. Mollie processes your name, address and residence information. They also process payment information such as your bank account number or credit card number. Mollie has implemented fitting technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data. Mollie retains the right to use your personal (anonymized) information to further improve their services and, within this context, share it with third parties. All the aforementioned guarantees in regard to the protection of your personal data are also applicable to any services by Mollie that uses third parties.
Mollie does not store your data any longer than the instalments permitted by the appropriate legal grounds.
Purpose of data processing
General purpose of data processing
We use your data with the sole purpose of providing you with our services. This means that the goal of processing this data stands in direct relation to the assignment or task that you offer us. We do not use this data for (addressed) marketing purposes. If you share information with us and we use this information to - not based on a request – contact you at a later time, we will first ask for explicit consent. Your data is not shared with third parties, with any other purpose than to fulfil accountancy and administrative obligations. These third parties are all obligated to a duty of confidentiality based on the agreement we have with them, an oath or legal obligation.
Automatically collected data
Information automatically gathered by our website is processed with the sole purpose of providing you with and/or to further improve our services. This information (for instance your IP address (anonymised), web browser and operating system) is not personal information.
Cooperation in tax and criminal investigation
In some cases, we may be obligated by government to a lawful duty of sharing your information with the purpose of assisting in a fiscal or criminal investigation. In such cases we are forced to comply and assist, but will, based on lawful possibilities, offer objection.
We store your data for as long as you are a client with us. This means that we maintain and keep your client profile until you make it known to us that you no longer desire to use our services. Such a message also functions as a request to be forgotten. We are required to keep invoices with your (personal) information due to relevant administrative obligations, this information is safely stored for as long as the relevant term for these obligations has not yet passed. Personnel no longer has access to your client profile and any documents made because of your assignment or task.
Based on valid Dutch and European law you, as a concerning party, have certain rights when it comes to personal data that is processed by or on behalf of us. Below you may find an explanation of these rights and how you, as a concerning party, can invoke these rights. In principle to prevent abuse we only send invoices and copies of your data to e-mail addresses that you have made known to us. Should you wish to receive this data on another e-mail address or for instance per mail we will ask you to identify yourself accordingly. We maintain an administration of concluded requests, in case of a request to be forgotten we will maintain an administration of anonymised data. You receive all invoices and copies of data in files that are structured in a machine-readable format Based on data classifications that we use within our system. At all times you maintain the right to lodge a complaint with Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens if you suspect that we mistreat or misuse your personal data.
Right of inspection
At all times you maintain the right to view the data we process that has a relation or may be reducible to your person. You may request such a viewing to our contact in charge of privacy matters. You will receive a response to your request within 30 days. If your request is approved we will send you, via the e-mail address known to us, a copy of all data with an added overview of processors managing this data while also mentioning the categories under which we store this data.
Right to rectification
At all times you maintain the right to have the data we process that has a relation or may be reducible to your person be adjusted. You may request such an adjustment to our contact in charge of privacy matters. You will receive a response to your request within 30 days. If your request is approved we will send you, via the e-mail address known to us, a confirmation that the data has been adjusted.
Right to restriction of processing
At all times you maintain the right to limit the data we process that has a relation or may be reducible to your person. You may request such limiting to our contact in charge of privacy matters. You will receive a response to your request within 30 days. If your request is approved we will send you, via the e-mail address known to us, a confirmation that the processing of your data is limited until you chose to cancel said limitation.
Right of transferability
At all times you maintain the right to request for the data we process that has a relation or may be reducible to your person be processed by a third party of choice. You may send in such a request to our contact in charge of privacy matters. You will receive a response to your request within 30 days. If your request is approved we will send you, via the e-mail address known to us, your (personal) invoices or copies of data that we, or third parties on behalf of us, have processed. It is highly likely that in such a case we can no longer offer our services to you for we can no longer guarantee the previous data safety.
Right of objection and other rights
At all times you maintain the right to object to the processing done by us, or on behalf of us by third parties, of your personal data. In case of such an objection we will immediately cease all processing of your data while your objection is being investigated and handled. In case of a justified objection we will return all invoices and/or copies of personal data that we, or third parties on behalf of us, have processed up until that point and cease processing thereafter. You also maintain the right to not be subject of automated decision-making processes or profiling. We process your data in such a way that this right does not apply. Should you believe that this right does apply then we ask you to reach out to our contact in charge of privacy matters.
We strive to clearly inform you about the way cookies are used on our website and on which they are stored on your device (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) in order to facilitate your visit to our website and make it more enjoyable and better tailored to your needs and preferences.
What are cookies and what are they used for?
Cookies are small data or text files stored by websites on your terminal equipment (computer or mobile device) when you visit certain websites. A cookie contains a unique code that allows you to recognise your browser during a visit to the website or to improve your user experience on repeated visits.
Cookies have different functions, which can be divided into three categories: functional cookies, analytical cookies and tracking cookies. Functional cookies are cookies that are necessary for the website to function (e.g. cookies that remember which language setting you have chosen). Analytical cookies are used, among other things, to measure the quality and effectiveness of the website, for example by recording visitor statistics (often using Google Analytics). Tracking cookies are cookies that register your surfing behaviour on a website, so that a profile of you can be compiled on the basis of which information relevant to you - such as advertisements - can be displayed. More information about the types of cookies can be found at www.allaboutcookies.org.
Cookies are placed by our website, what do we use them for?
Recognize users and user permissions
remember user preferences and settings, such as language settings, video settings, but also, for example, linking a profile picture to a user account;
display personalized content and advertisements and warn you about new information, articles, etc.
showing relevant ads on partner sites;
combine your surfing, searching and buying habits;
Enable links to social media such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and others.
related advertising services;
perform general and functional analyses related to the use of the website;
collect, analyze and manage statistics about your visit;
monitor the technical state of the website and optimise the website
MANAGEMENT OF COOKIES
If you want to consult our website, we advise you to enable cookies. However, you are free to disable cookies if you wish. Disabling cookies may mean that you are unable to use certain functionalities of the Website. To enable or disable cookies, you must change your browser settings (via the 'Preferences' or 'Options' tab). More information about disabling cookies or managing your browser's cookie settings can be found in the following list:
Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
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