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Privacy Statement of Quality Communication

Privacy Statement of Quality Communication


All personal data is processed and secured with due care. We comply with the requirements set out in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Quality Communication B.V. is responsible for data processing on the website. Since our data processing falls within the statutory exemption regulations, they are not registered with the Dutch Data Protection Authority (Dutch DPA). This privacy statement explains which personal data we collect and use and for what purposes.

This privacy statement was last updated on 30 January 2019.

Recording and processing of data

By using our website, you may leave certain information with us. We collect and store data which you choose to provide to us voluntarily. This may be personal data. Personal data can be provided to us both actively and passively. Data provided actively is data entered by you on the website or sent to us by e-mail, for example. In addition, data can be stored on the website automatically, sometimes without your knowledge. In that case, the information provided is passively. This privacy statement explains what active and passive data is processed exactly and for what purposes. Data that is no longer needed is removed. You are entitled to ask for inspection, correction or removal of your data. Please use the contact details at the bottom of this privacy statement to do so. In order to prevent misuse and/or fraud, we may ask you to produce valid proof of ID.

Requests for information

If you submit a request for information or an offer to us, we will save the information that is necessary for processing your request for information or an offer. We use this data to contact you regarding your request for information.

E-mail

When you complete a contact form on the website or when you send us an e-mail, the personal data disclosed therein is stored for as long as the nature of the form or the content of your e-mail requires it to be fully answered or processed.

Disclosure to third parties

We do not disclose the data you provide us with to third parties, unless this is necessary within the framework of an agreement that you conclude with us or when this is required by law. Furthermore, we may disclose personal data to the competent authorities in the event of suspected fraud or misuse of our website.

Newsletter

We offer a newsletter in which we inform those interested about our products, services and related matters. Your e-mail address will be added to the subscription list, subject to your explicit approval. Each newsletter further contains a link to unsubscribe from the service. The newsletter subscription list is not disclosed to third parties.

Data security

We use appropriate security procedures to prevent unauthorised persons from gaining access to personal data, among other things.

Click behaviour and visiting statistics

The website keeps a record of general visiting statistics. Within this framework, the IP address of your computer, the username (if any), the time of enquiry and details sent along by the visitor’s browser are logged and used for statistical analyses of visitors and their (click) behaviour on the website. We try and anonymise this data as much as possible. We do not disclose this data to third parties.

Use of cookies

Our website uses cookies. A cookie is a simple, small file that is sent along with pages of the website and which is stored on the hard disk of your computer by your browser. This enables us to combine different website page requests and analyse user behaviour, among other things. You can disable the use of cookies, although this may impair the functionality and ease of use of the website.

We regard all cookies on our website as necessary and they will therefore be loaded by default. If you wish to disable these cookies, you can use the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on. This add-on prevents information about visitor activity from being shared with Google Analytics.

Alternatively, you can simply block and delete cookies yourself via your Internet browser at any time. You can adjust your Internet browser so that you receive a message when a cookie is placed. You can also indicate that certain cookies may not be placed. View the help function of your browser for this option. If you delete the cookies in your browser, it may negatively affect the user experience on this website. Some tracking cookies are placed by third parties who, among other things, show advertisements to you via our website. You can delete these cookies centrally via www.youronlinechoices.eu.

We also use social media cookies. With this, social media such as Facebook and LinkedIn register which articles and pages you share via their social media sharing buttons. They may also contain tracking cookies that track your surfing behaviour on the web. 

Be aware that if you do not want cookies, we can no longer guarantee that our website will work properly. It may be that some functions of the site are lost, or worse, that you can no longer visit the website. In addition, refusing cookies does not mean that you will no longer see any advertisements. The difference is that ads will no longer be tailored to your interests and may therefore be repeated more often.

How you can change your settings differs from browser to browser. If necessary, consult the help feature of your browser or click on one of the links below that will take you to the manual of that specific browser directly.

Google services

Our website uses certain services of Google which may involve the use of cookies and other technologies, such as Google Analytics, to keep track of how users use the website. This information, along with the address of your computer (the IP address), is transmitted to and stored by Google on their servers in the United States.

Google uses this information to find out how our website is used, to send us website-related reports and to provide its advertisers with information about the effectiveness of their campaigns. Google can disclose this information to third parties if it is obliged to do so by law or if these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. This is beyond our control.

Third-party websites

This privacy statement does not apply to websites of third parties hyperlinked to this website. We cannot guarantee that these third parties handle your personal data responsibly and safely. We therefore recommend reading the privacy statements of these websites before using them.

Your rights

We are aware that you have the following rights with regard to your data:

  • The right to contact us freely and at reasonable intervals with the request to inform you as to whether personal data is being processed about you;
  • The right to object to your personal data being processed for direct marketing purposes;
  • The right to have your personal data corrected, supplemented or protected, if it is factually incorrect, does not or not fully serve a purpose or is processed in breach of a statutory provision.
  • The right to object to your personal data being processed on account of your special personal circumstances;


If you want to submit a request to us based on the above rights, please contact us. We may ask you for a valid proof of ID for verification purposes.

Changes to the Privacy Statement

We reserve the right to make changes to this privacy statement. We therefore recommend consulting this privacy statement on a regular basis, to keep yourself informed of any changes.

Contact details

Questions about our privacy policy or with regard to the inspection and correction (or removal) of your personal data can at all times be sent to:
info@qualitycommunication.nl
Alternatively, mail your questions to:
Quality Communication B.V.
Pascalstraat 20
3771 RT Barneveld
The Netherlands

We are registered with the Chamber of Commerce under registration number 08175807.

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