NoBears respects your privacy and is responsible for protecting your personal data as well as possible. We have taken measures to that end and of course we must comply with the requirements of the privacy legislation. We are transparent about the types of data we process, the purposes for processing, with whom we share data and what rights you have with regard to your own data. We will inform you about this in this privacy statement. Has questions about this privacy statement? Please contact us.
NoBears collects and processes only the personal data it needs. NoBears collects personal data both directly (via a request for your data) and indirectly (in the background). Under processing in the sense of the Personal Data Protection Act is understood; any action with personal data, such as collecting, recording, storing, analyzing and providing by forwarding. The Processor means a third party that is engaged by NoBears for the performance of the services of NoBears.
Through our website we process the following personal information: (1) with our contact form we process your name, email address and the message you have written to process your information request in good order; (2) via cookies we process personal details such as IP address, browser, location, and visitor behavior to get to know you as a visitor on our site and to have personalized advertisements displayed. See "cookies and tracking by third parties".
To process our services we process other personal data, such as name and address details of our client and / or his representative. We are then (sub) processor and will then draw up a processing agreement with our client in which specific agreements are described.
NoBears never sells your personal data to a third party or parties.
The legal provisions as laid down in the General Data Protection Regulation are complied with by NoBears. If necessary, your data will be processed in the context of a legal obligation, and / or if NoBears deems this necessary in exceptional situations such as legal proceedings.
We have taken adequate technical and organizational measures to secure your personal data, such as secure connections. We have taken appropriate measures to protect your visit to and use of our site and to prevent misuse. All persons who can take cognizance of the data are obliged to keep it secret.
NoBears collects and analyzes information about the use of this website. Your visit to the website is kept by means of cookies. The information we collect through these cookies is used by NoBears to make our website more user-friendly, to measure the performance of our advertisements, and to display personal advertisements elsewhere. If you do not want us to use these marketing cookies, you can indicate this in our cookie notification. You should take into account that this may limit the functionality of the website.
This website contains links to other internet sites that are not part of NoBears. NoBears is not liable for the content of these websites as well as the way in which these websites deal with the privacy of visitors, nor for the placing of cookies by these other websites.
The personal data collected by NoBears will not be stored for longer than is necessary for the purpose for which they are collected and used. See "Cookies, tracking by third parties and their retention period" for the retention period of data collected by cookies. We store personal data on information requests for 2 years to serve you well and for internal analysis on categories of applications.
For a specific request for access, modification, and / or deletion of personal data, you can contact us via email@example.com. For verification we can ask for an ID-proof (or other method of verification).
It is possible that NoBears will extend or change this privacy statement in the future. Important and / or far-reaching changes will be communicated in a clear way. Keep an eye on this page for all changes. If you have questions or customers about this privacy statement, you can contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or +31 73 369 0000. This privacy statement was last modified on 30 May 2018.