Privacy Statement

Effective date 23 July 2012

Introduction

This privacy statement governs the use of visitors' information that is collected or processed by HLB Den Hartog by means of this website.

If a visitor decides to register or to leave information by means of this website, he or she agrees to the use of those data in accordance with this privacy statement. This website contains links to other websites that may be governed by a different privacy policy.

If you have any questions about this privacy statement, please use the contact form. If you believe that your interests have not been taken into account adequately, please use the contact form.

Gathering information
You do not need to complete personal information to use this website. This website only collects information and personal information, that can be traced to persons, that has been left explicitly and voluntarily by visitors. 
Generally HLB Den Hartog has no need for sensitive information about visitors, such as details that pertain to race or ethnicity, beliefs, criminal information, information about physical or mental health or sexual orientation. Should this be required, we shall ask the visitor explicitly for permission to collect and use such information.

Cookies and web beacons

To ensure the proper performance of this website and to facilitate improved navigation, we or our service providers may use so-called cookies (they are small text files stored in the user’s browser) or web beacons (they are electronic images that enable a website to count visitors who accessed a certain page and to access certain cookies), to ensure aggregate data can be collected. We may use these instruments to trace information and to identify certain categories of users on the basis of items, such as IP address, domain, browser type and visited pages. This information is used to analyse the number of visitors to the various parts of the website and to guarantee that our website operates as a usable and effective source of information.

Most web browsers offer individual users the opportunity to switch off the use of these instruments. If the cookies were switched off by the web browser, this may mean that visitors cannot access certain parts of the website in certain situations.
 
 

Use of information

Personal information that was entered on this website will only be used for a limited number of purposes. For example if you request information, if you ask us to contact you or if you register for a lecture or an event. In such cases we use the information you left on the website for feedback. The information can also be used for various website-related tasks, such as analysing visitors’ behaviour. We ensure that our marketing activities comply with the requirements that are imposed by the applicable legislation and regulations and conduct procedures to obtain the necessary permission before we send you information in any way. You can ask us to stop sending e-mails or other communication that is generated in response to your registration on our website at any time.

 

Disclosing information to third parties

Information that pertains to visitors may be provided to service providers who analyse and process this information on our behalf. It is not customary for us to share this information with third parties, unless this was stated during its collection.

 

Data security

This website is governed by generally accepted standards of technological and operational security in order to protect information visitors provided via our website.  

 

Amendments to the Privacy Statement

HLB Den Hartog reserves the right to amend this Privacy Statement at any time and for whichever reason. If the Privacy Statement is amended, the effective date at the top of this page is changed.

 

Visitors’ questions
If you have any questions regarding the protection of your privacy when using this website, please contact us at the contact form.

 

More information

S.T.M. (Steven) ten Hagen RAPartner

Prins Willemstraat 29
2584 HT Den Haag
T (070) 351 42 21
F (070) 351 24 86

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