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Privacy Policy

This is the Privacy Policy of denhaag.com, the website of The Hague Marketing Bureau.

Www.denhaag.com is an initiative of The Hague Marketing Bureau with postal address Postbus 85456, 2511 BH The Hague, the Netherlands and e-mail address info@denhaag.com. The Hague Marketing Bureau is responsible for processing your personal data.

This Privacy Policy explains what personal information The Hague Marketing Bureau collects, uses and what The Hague Marketing Bureau does with this personal information. In brief:

  • The Hague Marketing Bureau ensures confidential and careful treatment of your personal data;
  • You will be informed about The Hague Marketing Bureau's use of your data;
  • Your privacy is guaranteed by us.

This Privacy Policy only sets out the policy of The Hague Marketing Bureau and does not apply to sites to which a link has been included on the The Hague Marketing Bureau site or sites that have been linked to www.denhaag.com.

Which data is collected and what happens to your data?

The information provided by you

If you sign up for one of the services offered on www.denhaag.com, you enter your personal details such as name and gender, address, telephone number and e-mail address. The Hague Marketing Bureau collects this data and stores the data in a database. The data in the database is therefore only provided by you to The Hague Marketing Bureau.

If you decide to write a response, your data can also be included in the database of The Hague Marketing Bureau.

The Hague Marketing Bureau uses the collected data to provide you with the services of The Hague Marketing Bureau.

If you respond to a promotion or competition, The Hague Marketing Bureau uses your data to carry out the promotion, to announce the winner (s) and to measure the response to marketing campaigns.

If you request information about a third party or a service from a third party, The Hague Marketing Bureau will provide your details to these third parties for the purpose of providing the information or providing the service. Finally, The Hague Marketing Bureau provides your information to certain third parties who perform direct marketing activities for The Hague Marketing Bureau. These third parties are located both within and outside the European Union.

Newsletters

When you sign up for a newsletter from The Hague Marketing Bureau through this website, you will receive a message confirming your registration. After receiving your reconfirmation, we will send you the newsletter periodically until the moment of cancellation. We save your personal information and preferences exclusively for the transmission of newsletters.

Sign out

At the bottom of every newsletter there is a link to unsubscribe from the newsletter.

Cookies

The website www.denhaag.com places cookies. Cookies are small text files that are placed on a PC, tablet or mobile phone by an internet page. These cookies are used to make the website function better and to monitor the web visit. This way, The Hague Marketing Bureau can check how many people have visited the website in a certain period. The Hague Marketing Bureau cannot trace this data to a PC or individual.

Why cookies?

Web pages have no memory. A visitor who surfs from page to page within a website is viewed by the web server as a new visitor. Cookies ensure that a website continues to recognize your browser.

You can find more information in our cookie statement

Supervision

The processing of your data has been notified by The Hague Marketing Bureau to the competent supervisory organizations.

Security and inspection

We appreciate the trust you place in us and we will therefore handle your information with the utmost care. Our employees and third parties engaged by us are obliged to respect the confidentiality of your data. Your data transmission and storage is protected according to current customary techniques.

The Hague Marketing Bureau is involved in the protection and safety of children under the age of 13 who use the World Wide Web and recommends that children under the age of 13 seek permission from their parents or guardian before they send anyone personal information online.

Take note of and improve your data

Do you want to know what data we have recorded about you or do you want to change your data, you can contact our customer service with our contact form.

Contact

If you have any questions about the Privacy Policy of The Hague Marketing Bureau, you can use our contact form. In case changes to our Privacy Policy are necessary, you will always find the most recent information on this page.