Re-Art, located at Redactiestraat 2 1321NL, Almere, the Netherlands, is responsible for the processing of personal data such asshown in this privacy statement.
re-art.com Re-Art Redactiestraat 2 1321NL Almere, the Netherlands +31(0)36 – 536 88 75
Personal data that we process
Re-Art processes your personal data by using our services and/or by providing it to us yourself. Below you will find an overview of the personal data we process:
- – First and last name
- – Gender
- – Phone number
- – Address
- – E-mail address
- – IP address
- – Location data
- – Information about your activities on our website
- – Data about your surfing behavior across different websites (for example because this company is part of an ad network)
- – Internet browser and device type
Special and/or sensitive personal data that we process
Our website and/or service does not intend to collect data about website visitors who are younger than 16 years. Unless they have permission from
parents or guardian. However, we can not check if a visitor is older than 16. We therefore advise parents to be involved in the online activities
their children, to prevent data about children being collected without parental consent. If you are convinced that we are
Without this permission have collected personal information about a minor, please contact us via email@example.com, then we will delete
For what purpose and on the basis of which we process personal data
Re-Art processes your personal data for the following purposes:
– Sending our newsletter and/or advertising brochure
– You can call or e-mail if necessary to carry out our services
– inform you about changes to our services and products
– Re-Art analyzes your behavior on the website in order to improve the website and to tailor the range of products and services to your preferences.
– Re-Art monitors your surfing behavior on various websites with which we tailor our products and services to your needs.
Automated decision making
Re-Art do not automated processing decisions about matters that can have (significant) consequences for people. It’s about
decisions taken by computer programs or systems, without involving a human being (for example a Re-Art employee).
How long we keep personal data
Re-Art does not store your personal data for longer than is strictly necessary to achieve the purposes for which your data is collected.
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View, modify or delete data
You have the right to view, correct or delete your data. You have the right to your special permissions for the
to withdraw data processing or object to the processing of your data by Re-Art and you have the right to data portability. That means you can in a computer file to send you or another organization mentioned by you. You can request a viewing, correction, deletion, data transfer from your of your request to withdraw your request of your data to firstname.lastname@example.org. To get there we are done, we have your request to send your proof of identity with the request. Make this copy your passport photo, MRZ (machine-readable zone, the strip with numbers at the bottom of the passport), passport number and citizen service number (BSN) black. This ter protect your privacy. We respond as quickly as possible, but within four weeks, at your request. Re-Art also wants you to be able to have a complaint with the national supervisory authority, the Dutch Data Protection Authority. This can be done via the following link.
How we protect personal data
Re-Art takes the protection of your data seriously and takes appropriate measures to abuse, lose, unauthorized access, unwanted
disclosure and unauthorized modification. If you have the impression that your data is not secure or there are indications of misuse,
please contact our customer service or via email@example.com. Re-Art has taken the following measures to protect your personal data:
– Security software, such as a virus scanner and firewall.
– TLS (formerly SSL) We send your data via a secure internet connection. You can see this at the address bar ‘https’ and the padlock icon in the address bar.