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December 2017

This privacy policy applies to all websites operated by De Koning Vergouwen Advocaten (hereafter: “DKVA”), including www.dekoningvergouwen.nl and www.dkva.nl (hereafter jointly or individually specified as the “Website”), as well as to all data processed by DKVA in connection with the provided services.

DKVA respects your privacy. We are not able to run our business operations without processing some of your personal data. We consider it important that your personal data is processed in accordance with the existing and prospective safeguards for the protection of your privacy. We follow the current statutory provisions for the protection of personal data, included in the Personal Data Protection Act, together with the ‘General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)’ that comes into force on 25 May 2018.

This privacy statement explains which personal data is processed, together with the goal it is processed for and in what manner it takes place. By visiting our Website you agree with the use of your personal data in a manner explained in this privacy statement.

Processing objectives

The personal data obtained from the Website, is solely used for the following objectives:

  • To offer and improve the Website;
  • To send newsletters and blogs;
  • To send your personal advice based on the completed Privacy Proof Scan;
  • To offer specific services upon request via the Website (DNA-objection, area ban, compulsory education and Certificate of Good Conduct);
  • To determine the user statistics of the Website, and
  • To comply with statutory provisions.

We do not process your personal data for other objectives. Apart from the event where given permission to us unequivocally and when it is apparent which personal data it concerns and for what objective these personal data is processed for. We will not process your personal data in a manner that is incompatible with the objective of the processing.

Collection of personal data by visiting the Website

When visiting our Website, some technical data is issued automatically, specifically:

  • IP address (that is made anonymous);
  • Technical features as the browser that is used (Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox etc.) and the resolution of your computer screen and the device you use;
  • The pages you visit on our Website, and
  • The website that directed you to our Website.

Furthermore there is a possibility to provide your personal data to us for receiving our newsletters/blogs or to receive your personal advice after completing the Privacy Proof Scan. In that event we process the following personal data:

  • Email address

In the event you wish to no longer receive the newsletter you can easily deregister yourself. In that event – as well as when you do not use other services – we will delete your email address.

It is also possible to fill in specific forms that relate to: DNA-objection, area ban, compulsory education and Certificate of Good Conduct. In that event we process the following personal data:

  • NAW;
  • Date of birth;
  • Phone number, and
  • Email address.

By providing the personal data to us you give permission to us to process it.

Cookies

Our Website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis-service, offered by Google, and AddThis, a service to share messages/blogs on the Website via social media, offered by Oracle. Google Analytics and AddThis use analytic cookies. Analytic cookies are text files that are put on your computer, in which personal data is saved, for example the webpages you visit, to determine the user statistics. We take care of the use of cookies on the Website is consistent with the Telecommunications Act.

For the cookies that are put on the Website by Google Analytics and AddThiss (also called third party cookies) and the data they collect, we refer to the statements of these parties, given on their own websites. We recommend to consult the undermentioned privacy- and cookie statements regularly:

For that matter Google has made software available that prevents Google Analytics to collect data (https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout).

The use of all cookies can also be declined by altering the browser settings. In that event there is a possibility that certain functions and services, at our and other websites, will not function correctly. Explanation concerning the alteration of the cookie settings can be found at ‘Help’ in most browsers.

Security of your data

DKVA – together with her processors – ensures an appropriate organizational and technical security of her files in which your personal data is saved. In this manner we safeguard that the data is solely accessible for the people that are authorized by means of their function, and that the data is solely used for the objectives that it is obtained for.

We do not provide your personal data to third parties, except for the event this is obligated by law. Your personal data will not be sold to third parties.

Storage period

We will not save your personal data for a longer period than necessary for the objective the personal data is processed for. This means that your email address will be removed from our database no longer than twelve months after you deregistered from the newsletter and/or blog. The personal data you provided to us by filling in the forms will be saved – because we handle your case as a consequence hereof – five to seven years. We are obliged to do so in pursuance of the “filing manual at law firms” of the Bar Association.

Alterations

DKVA reserves the right to alter the content of this privacy statement at any desired time. Therefore it is prudent to regularly read this privacy policy, to be aware of the latest version.

Questions and right to access and correction

In case you have questions concerning the processing of your personal data by DKVA, or in case you desire access to, alteration or removal of your personal data, do not hesitate to contact us on (phone) 020 – 676 2500 or (email address) mail@dkva.nl. We are please to assist you in such an event.

De Koning Vergouwen Advocaten

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