As of: 24 June, 2020
Here, you can find out what data we collect when you visit our website and how we use this data. If you have any questions about our data protection policy or your rights, please contact us at email@example.com. We process all correspondence confidentially and delete it after an appropriate time period.
1. Web server log files
When visiting this website, the following data will be stored automatically in a log file on the web server (computer that provides this website):
The data collected will be stored for 30 days in order to be viewed in case of malfunctions or illegitimate use.
When you access a website, cookies (small text files) are placed locally on your computer’s browser. Every time a page is requested, the information from the cookies is transferred from the browser to the website and back again. As such, settings can be stored for more than one website and your browser can be recognised the next time you visit the website. In addition to cookies, there are lots of other pieces of data stored locally to increase the website’s performance, such as image files in your browser cache. The cookies stored contain information relating to your use or determine whether third-party providers can take measures to allow the collection of information.
2.1 Website cookies
2.2 Google Analytics cookies
If you do not agree to cookies being stored, you can prevent them in
your browser settings. This may limit some of the functions on the
website. Please note that your settings will only apply for this
3. Google Analytics
On this website, we use Google Analytics by the company Google LLC
(1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA) in order to
statistically analyse usage data.
Google Analytics stores the aforementioned cookies locally in the
browser and collects data regarding website use. This data is stored for
14 months then automatically deleted. Google shortens/anonymises IP
addresses before storing or processing the data.
We have signed an order processing contract with Google for the use of Google Analytics. This involved accepting the “Data Processing Amendment”.