In this privacy statement you will find our information, you will read what personal data is, what is meant by processing personal data, for what purposes we process your personal data, what your rights are, what we do to ensure that your personal data are processed securely and how your personal data will be stored for a long time. This privacy statement applies when you visit our website academianeerlandesa.com, place an order or enter into an agreement.
Our contact information
1412 LC Naarden
Personal data are all data that gives information about you and with which you are directly or indirectly identifiable.
Processing personal data
By processing personal data we mean: collecting, recording, organizing, storing, updating, modifying, retrieving, consulting, using, providing by means of forwarding, dissemination or any other form of making available, bringing together, connecting, and to protect, erase or destroy your personal data.
We process your personal data for the following purposes: so that we can contact you, for the ordering process, for the preparation of quotations and agreements, so that we can inform you of changes to our services or products, so that we can use our products or to deliver services to you, to send newsletters if you have given permission, for general or targeted offers, for your account on our website, to post reviews. We only process personal data that is necessary for these purposes.
We also process your personal data to fulfill legal obligations, improve our services, handle complaints and prevent fraud. We never sell your personal data to third parties. We do draw up profiles of you or take automated decisions that can have significant consequences for you. In order to take care of your personal data, we enter into a processing agreement with companies if those companies process your data in our assignment.
Personal data that we process
In order to carry out the purposes, we process the following personal data:
– First and Lastname
– Address data
– Telephone number
– E-mail address
– Bank account number
You also have rights
Do you want to know which personal data we have processed? Send an e-mail to email@example.com with the request to view your data. You will receive a response to the request no later than four weeks.
Are your personal details incorrect, incomplete, irrelevant for the purposes for which they have been processed or in any other way contrary to the General Data Protection Regulation (AVG) or other legislation? Then you are entitled to correction of your personal data. You also have the right to object to the processing of your personal data, the right to have less data processed, the right to withdraw the permission you have given and the right to data portability. Correction means improvement, addition, removal or protection of your personal data. Send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a response to the request within four weeks at the latest. We would also like to point out the possibility of submitting a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority.
Personal data are personal and must remain personal. We think it is just as important as you that your personal details do not end up on the street or are processed unlawfully. That is why we apply all possible technical and organizational measures to safely process your personal data. To secure your personal data, we use security software such as a virus scanner and firewall, a secure internet connection, backups, encryption, automatic removal of outdated data and DNSSEC.
Storage of personal data
We do not store your personal data for longer than strictly necessary for the execution of the purposes. If legal regulations apply to the storage, the personal data will not be kept longer than prescribed by law.
Dutch hospitality is a cookie with coffee or tea. Digital hospitality is a cookie during a website visit. With cookies we make our website user-friendly. In this cookie statement you will find our details, read what cookies are, what cookies we use and third parties, why these cookies are used, how long we store cookies and how you can delete cookies.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files in which information is stored. We place these text files or other parties on your computer or mobile device. For example, on your next visit we will read your preferences or log-in details in the text file. This means you do not have to indicate your preferences every time and we can make the website more user-friendly. Under the heading ‘overview cookies’ you can see which cookies we place and for which they are used.
Note: If you do not consent to the placing of cookies, we can not guarantee that our website or part of it will work properly.
We place functional cookies in order for our website to work properly. No permission is required for placing these cookies. These are cookies that ensure that preferences are stored, login data is saved, the website is displayed correctly on your screen and abuse can be detected.
Social media, YouTube and Google Maps cookies:
In order to share content from our website on social media, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and Instagram are placed with cookies. For watching videos, YouTube places cookies. To display maps, Google Maps places cookies.
We constantly improve our website by analyzing how you use our website, how you found us and where any bottlenecks are. Cookies are placed by Google Analytics for this.
In order to ensure that you do not see the same advertisement every time, offer deals with your interests, we know how many visitors click on an advertisement and how many people make a purchase through the advertisement, Google and Facebook place cookies.
We do not store cookies for longer than prescribed by law and strictly necessary for the execution of the purposes.
The cookie statement is applicable to the cookies that are placed by other parties. This can change in between. The current cookie statement can be found on the website of the relevant party.
You can also delete cookies
You can delete cookies via your internet browser (the program that you use to view websites). How this depends depends on the internet browser. We have made a short manual for the most common internet browsers.
Google Chrome: Go to settings, click on advanced settings, click on clear browsing data, select cookies and other site and plug-in data and click on clear browsing data.
Internet Explorer: Go to settings, click on Clear browsing data, select cookies and saved website data and click on Clear.
Safari: Go to preferences, click on security, click on show cookies, click on delete all or select one or more cookies and click on delete.
Mozilla Firefox: Go to the menu and choose options, select privacy, choose use custom settings for history with Firefox, click on show cookies, click on delete all cookies or select one or more cookies and click on delete selected.
Is your internet browser not listed? Or are the settings changed in the meantime? Then use the help or search function of your internet browser.
We may change the information in this cookie statement without notice. For example, changes are necessary if we change our website or if the legislation is changed. We recommend that you regularly check whether the information provided and the text of this cookie statement has been changed.