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privacystatement2018-05-22T11:23:40+00:00

Privacystatement

www.rijnvogelaar.com
Version 22 mei 2018.

Thank you for visiting my website. On this website you can be inspired, just have a look around or sign up for a course. You can also indicate if you want to stay updated on news considering courses, events, or publications. By visiting the website you will leave digital traces and sometimes also personal data. As a company, we are obliged to inform you about the handling of your personal data. What happens to it, for what purpose, and how it is stored and protected. This is stated in this Privacy Statement.

Your data will be treated carefully, confidentially and respectfully. If you sign up for a mailing or a course, your data will only be used for that purpose. If you request for contact or more information via the button to the contact form, we will use your e-mail address or telephone number to contact you.

Which personal data is involved exactly?

Because you visit the website, fill in a contact form, and/ or make use of the services offered, your personal data are processed: first name and last name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, IP address and information about your activities on the website.

Why is this information requested?

To contact you and to be able to offer relevant services. I will use your name and contact details to maintain contact and inform you about my business activities, and to analyze visitor behavior to improve the website.

What will not happen with your data?

Your data will not be sold to others. It is not used to compile extensive visitor profiles, nor for decision-making based on automated processing (i.e., by computer programs or systems without human intervention).

Are your data shared with third parties?

Only if this is necessary due to a legal obligation or a legitimate goal such as reasonable business operations:

  • Tax consultant, due to access to invoices with address details
  • Website host, for the storage of data from contact forms
  • Mail program software such as Mailchimp
  • Google Analytics, for the analysis of visit data website

Mailings

At the bottom of every mailing with information about courses, events or publications you will find the possibility to adjust your data or to simply unsubscribe.

What happens while you surf?

Technical and functional cookies are used to make my website work properly and to guarantee the ease of use. In addition, general visitor data is maintained via Google Analytics, including the IP address.

Cookies – let them work for you

A cookie is a small and simple text file that is stored on your computer or mobile device when you first visit a website. Via the settings of your internet browser you can delete or block cookies, and have a notification sent when a website want to use a cookie. Please note that some websites may not work as well if you disable all cookies.

Google Analytics

This analyzes visitor and click behavior on the website. This information is stored by Google on servers in the United States and processed in reports on the functioning of the website. On the websites of Google and Google Analytics you will find their privacy policy with more information. Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or insofar as these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We cannot influence this.

How long will your data remain?

Confidential data and personal information shared in conversations and training will be removed within 6 months after the training. Name, e-mail address and telephone number will be kept in order to be able to contact you in the future, unless you object to this. The final assignment of a training is also kept as proof of your certification and for inspiration of other students, unless you object to this.

Is something wrong, do you want to view your data or have it removed?

Contact me and we will help you or answer your questions. If you see a reason, you can object to the processing of your personal data and / or submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority or The European Data Protection Supervisor.

Do you have suggestions, questions or other feedback?

Please contact us via the contact form.

Best regards,
Rijn Vogelaar