- Responsible personal data
Responsible for the processing of the personal data is:
Wilde-Äcker VOF | Nederheide 1A | 4721 PC Schijf | Tel: +31 165 364712 | email@example.com
- What data does Wilde-Äcker process and for what purpose
2.1 Wilde-Äcker uses the personal data because you have provided them yourself in order to use the services offered by Wilde-Äcker.
- Company Name
- First and last name
- Address data
- Telephone number
- E-mail address
- Bank account number
- Other personal data that you actively provide, for example by correspondence, by telephone or via the contact form on the website.
2.2 Wilde-Äcker processes the personal data referred to in 2.1 for the following purposes:
- Send a tailor-made quote
- Send an invoice for the services provided
- To be able to contact us if there are any questions
- To inform of the progress
- Informing about changes to our services and products
- To comply with legal obligations such as, for example, the tax return.
- Data retention periods
We will use your name, email address and telephone number to ask you about your experiences with Wilde-Äcker no later than 1 year after the agreement has ended. Also to inform you about the developments of Wilde-Äcker. If Dutch legislation requires longer storage with regard to the storage of administrative data for the tax authorities, we use this term. We then destroy the personal data.
- Security measures and processors
4.1 Wilde-Äcker has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data.
4.2 Wilde-Äcker does not use third-party services for the processing of personal data.
4.3 We only share your data with third parties if this is necessary for the proper execution of our services and product deliveries. We only share data after obtaining permission for this.
- Right of inspection, removal and complaints
5.1 Via the administration of Wilde-Äcker you can submit a request to view, receive, change or delete your personal data. Wilde-Äcker will process your request and inform you within one month of receipt.
5.2 If you want to object to the (further) processing of your personal data as referred to in Article 2, you can also contact the administration.
5.3 If you have complaints about the way in which Wilde-Äcker processes your personal data or handles your requests, you can contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org and report your complaint clearly described. We are then obliged to respond adequately to this. If in your opinion we do not take your complaint seriously or you do not agree with our response, you can contact the Landelijke organisatie ter bescherming van persoonsgegevens
The date November 27, 2019
- Cookies that have been used
What are cookies then
A cookie is a file that is sent by a website (in this case www.wilde-aecker.com) and placed by the browser on the hard drive of your computer. There is then a cookie on the hard disk. The next time you visit the website again, the information stored in the cookie can be sent back to this website.
Google Analytics and how does it work
Our website places cookies from Google. The information that Google gets from the cookie is analyzed. This information is anonymized as much as possible. Google will only share the information obtained with third parties if they are legally obliged to do so or insofar as third parties process the information on behalf of Google. Wilde-Äcker has therefore not given Google permission to use information for other Google services. Google is an American company and stores the information it collects in American servers. For more information about Google Analytics policies, see the Google website.
Social Media buttons
The various social media channels use code, with which they also place cookies via the site. These social media channels collect information that they can obtain through the cookies. Read the privacy statements of the social media channels used by Wilde-Äcker to find out what they do with the information collected.
Switch off and remove
You can disable or delete cookies. For this you have to go to the settings of your browser. Can’t figure it out? Then use the help function of the browser.
- Google Analytics
We would like to gain insight into the use of the website in order to optimize it for use. Google Analytics is also sometimes used for this. This service analyzes the data of website visitors. An IP address is not visible and can therefore not be traced back to a person. Google Analytics also has its own policy that can be found online.
- Social Media Channels
Wilde-Äcker uses social media channels. For example, we have multiple Facebook and Instagram channels as well as a YouTube channel. Social media channels also collect information. To clarify what happens to the data, the privacy statement of the social media channels can provide a definite answer.
Drawn up November 27, 2019