What types of data do we collect?
We collect the following information that you provide us with:
a. Email address
c. Phone number
e. Date of birth
f. User name, password and email address you provide when you register for a Korper ICT account
g. Profile information that you provide through your account
h. Communications between Korper ICT and you (we reserve the right to send you service related emails)
Log file information
We only collect information that your browser sends when you visit our Website, when this is necessary for the proper functioning of the Website. What we define as the proper functioning of the Website is in particular the protection of the Website against acts that could endanger the security of the Website and of your Computer. This log file may contain information such as your IP address, browser type, browser version, the pages you view, the date, time and duration of your visit, and other statistics.
Meta data is typically technical data associated with User Content. For example, meta data can describe how, when, and by whom some of the User Content was collected and how that Content is formatted. Users can add meta data to their User Content by adding a hashtag (mark keywords when you post a photo), comments or other information. This makes your User Content more searchable by others and more interactive.
We use third-party analytical services. These help us to measure our website traffic and trends. The tools collect information send by your Computer, our Website, the web pages you visit, add-ons and other information that assists us in improving our Website. These tools use ‘cookies’. Cookies are simple text files that are stored on your hard drive or in the internal memory of your Computer. Cookies cannot damage your Computer or the files on your Computer. Cookies collect anonymous information about your log information and log behaviour. We use this information with information from other users. It is therefore impossible for us to identify you as an individual. We use Google Analytics for our analytical services. Google Analytics installs a permanent cookie in your web browser to identify you. This means your data is shared with Google. We only share data with Google that we are allowed to share with Google based on the GDPR. By disabling the cookies in your browser, you can completely prevent Google Analytics from recognizing you.
How do we use this data?
All information that we collect is used to support and improve our Website by:
a. Remembering information so you don’t have to log in each time you visit the Website;
b. Determining, improving, testing and reviewing the effectiveness of our Website;
c. Monitoring statistics, such as the number of visitors and traffic to the Website;
d. Troubleshooting or diagnosing technical issues;
e. Testing and developing new products;
f. Informing the visitor about the status of his order;
g. Informing the visitor about the progress of his order;
h. Including information in the database.
How is this data shared?
We will not rent or sell your personal data to third parties.
Parties with whom you can share User Content
Information or content that you voluntarily disclose through our Website, such as User Content, becomes publicly available. Once you have published User Content, the User Content may be shared by others. All User Content you make public is searchable by other Users, your profile subject to change. When you delete the information that you made public through the Website, copies may remain visible in the cache memory or archives of the Website. When other Users or third parties have made copies or saved this content, this will also remain available.
Change of Control
Legal request and prevention of damage
On the basis of a legal request (such as a search warrant, court order or subpoena), we are entitled to access your information and to save and/or share this in response to a legal request. We also have the right to retain and/or share your information when we when we believe this is necessary to trace, prevent and report fraud or other illegal activities and to protect you, ourselves and others. Information we receive about you can be accessed, edited and stored for a longer period when this is deemed necessary due to a legal request or obligation, an investigation into our terms and conditions, policies or to prevent other damage.
Safety and security
Korper ICT has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your data from loss or from any form of unlawful processing. We use security measures to ensure that information is protected through the Website (such as requesting a unique password). However, Korper ICT cannot ensure that the information on the Website is not opened, disclosed, altered or destroyed. You are at all times responsible for maintaining your unique password and account information and for managing the emails between you and Korper ICT. We are not responsible for the functionality, privacy or security measures of any other organisation.
Your information can be transferred and maintained on computers and/or servers outside the Netherlands and/or the EU and where data protection laws may differ. We are committed to ensuring that even when your personal data is processed outside the EU, it is processed outside the EU in a legally correct and careful manner.
In accordance with the GDPR and other relevant legislation, Korper ICT does not store personal data for any longer than is deemed necessary to achieve the purposes for which they are collected or processed. If you want more information about how long your specific personal data will be kept, you can contact email@example.com.
Right to view, right to rectification, right to objection and right to withdraw consent
If you wish to access your personal data, if you wish to change or delete your data or if you wish to transfer your personal data in whole or in part to you or a third party, you can contact Korper ICT by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or send a letter to:
Korper ICT B.V.
President Kennedyplantsoen 61
Third party applications, websites and services
Privacy of Children
Our Website does not specifically and consciously ask for personal data of persons under the age of 16 (“Children”). If we discover that we have gathered information of Children without permission of their parent(s) or guardian(s), we will take adequate measures to delete this data from our servers. If you suspect that your child has provided personal data to us without your consent, you can contact us through email@example.com. If you as a child have left personal information on our site and wish to delete it, we will be committed to delete this data. If you suspect that you have provided personal information to us as a child, you can contact us through firstname.lastname@example.org.