26 July 2019
Your privacy is of great importance to Six Fingers. We therefore observe the relevant laws and regulations on privacy, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). That means that we:
Your details are secure and we will always treat your information with care. In this privacy statement, we explain what we do with the information you provide via the website www.sixfingers.nl.
If you have any questions, or wish to know exactly what data we keep, then please contact Six Fingers.
On our website, we use various forms, such as contact forms and download forms. These forms allow you to submit questions or requests. With a download form, you can download a browsing copy.
This requires your email address, company name, IP address and name and address details. We have a legitimate reason for this. We store this information until we know for sure that you are satisfied with our reaction, and then for six months. This helps us to easily access the information for any subsequent questions.
As long as you are a client and/or during the term of an agreement, we will store your data. Thereafter we store your information only in our (financial) administration for no longer than 7 years.
We have a newsletter and you will only be added to the list of subscribers with your permission. In the newsletter, you will read the latest news, tips and information about our products and services. We use your IP address, email address and first and last names for this. We do this based on your permission. We store this information until you cancel your subscription. You may cancel your subscription to the newsletter at any time. Every newsletter contains an unsubscribe link.
We would love to inspire you with (new) products, services, courses or study trips. We do this:
You may object to this inspiration at any time. Each email contains an unsubscribe link. You can block us or use the unsubscribe option. You can indicate this if we call you.
Submission to other companies or organisations
Your data is not shared with partners. Your personal data is not shared with other companies or organisations under any circumstances, unless where we are legally obliged to do so (e.g. if the police require in relation to a possible crime).
When you visit our site for the first time, we display a message explaining cookies. This allows us to ask your permission to use these cookies.
You may deactivate the placing of cookies in your browser, but this may cause some elements of our website to no longer work properly.
We use Google Analytics to monitor how visitors our website. We have a concluded a processing contract with Google. This contract contains strict agreements about what they may keep track of. We have not permitted Google to use the Analytics information for other Google services, and allow Google to anonymize the IP addresses.
Securing personal data is very important to us. We ensure that your information are properly secured with us. We are constantly adapting our security and pay close attention to possible security failures.
Changes in this privacy statement
When we change our website, we naturally also have to amend our privacy statement. So always pay attention to the date above and check regularly for new versions. We do our best to inform you of any changes.
If you have any questions or want to know which personal data we have of yours, you may contact us at any time. See contact details below.
You have the following rights:
At your request, we may ask you to identify yourself by submitting a valid form of identification, so we can be sure that you are the same person to whom the personal details belong. It is important here that you protect your social security number and passport photo.
We will then comply with your request within 30 days in principle. However, this term may be extended for reasons relating to the specific rights of those involved or the complexity of the request. If we extend this term, we will inform you of this in good time.
If you think that we are not helping you properly, then you have the right to submit a complaint to the regulator. The regulator is the Dutch Data Protection Authority.
Torenallee 3, 5617 BA Eindhoven, NL
Telephone number: +31 (0)40 842 6202