Privacy policy

EXPRNCE is very careful with personal data and follows the (PDPA) Personal Data Protection Act. This law helps to protect the privacy of citizens.

1.       Definitions
1. Processing
: any act or set of actions regarding to personal data, including at least the collection, recording, organization, storage, adaptation, alteration, requesting, consultation, prohibited use, providing by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, assembling , alignment or combination, blocking, erasure or destruction of data.

2. A file:  every composition of personal data, regarding if the data is centralized or in a functional or geographical way spread, that is accessible according to certain criteria and relates to different people.

3. Permission:  every free, specific and on information based volition which the people involved except that his or her personal data are processed.

 

Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA)

The Personal Data Protection Act protects the privacy of citizens since September 1, 2001. This law protects people’s rights whose personal data is used and the duties of the companies and agencies that use them. The PDPA is among other things applicable on data that is processed on the EXPRNCE website. This means that personal data that is collected on the internet, stored, or otherwise made available, and is associated with each other, as well as protected, by this law.

 

2.       What is personal data?

The definition of personal data is: data that can be traced to an “identified or identifiable living individual’’. This means that the name of a person to whom the information relates is known, or that that person can be identified. An example of personal data is a name of a person or a home address, as well as e-mail addresses can be seen as personal data.

 

3.       How EXPRNCE treats your personal data.

Your personal data are being processed in a proper and careful manner in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act. That means that in some cases EXPRNCE will ask for your permission to process your personal data. Your personal data shall only be used with your permission.

 

4.       What about cookies?

A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a user's web browser while the user is browsing that website. Every time the user loads our website, the browser sends the cookie back to us to notify EXPRNCE of your previous activity on our website. A cookie does not register any personal data such as your name, address, telephone number, mail address  or any other information that can lead back to you as an individual. We use cookies and similar technologies to collect data during your visit on our website such as your IP address, (a numerical label assigned to your computer participating in a computer network that uses the internet) the date and time off your visit. If you wish, you can set your browser to refuse cookies or receive a warning when cookies are being sent.

 

5.       The use of cookies.

This website uses cookies. Cookies are simple text files that are stored on the hard disk or in the memory of your computer. Cookies do not damage your computer or the files on your computer. Cookies are not personally identifiable, and therefore contain no name or email address. It is just a number that helps to recognize your computer.

 

They are used to keep track of which products you put in your shopping cart or to the preferences you have set up for a particular service or website. Cookies are also used to tune advertisements for various websites so your visit is better adjusted to your needs and interests. This is also the case for websites other than those relevant to you.

 

The cookies that advertisers and website owners provide insight into your interests, you can turn this on or off in www.youronlinechoices.eu/nl at ' Frequently Asked Questions’. There you can also specify which companies are and which are not allowed to capture your Surfing habits. The cookies that remember your password, usernames and other preferences can be turned off or on in your browser settings.



6.       What does EXPRNCE do with your e-mail address we need for our monthly newsletter?

If you want to benefit from our monthly offers you can subscribe to our newsletter, then you will receive the best offer of the month. If you have any questions, comments and / or complaints about this, please send an email to our customer service.

If you wish to unsubscribe from our newsletter, you can do so by clicking on the text in the newsletter, "Newsletter Unsubscribe" you will be automatically unsubscribed. You can also unsubscribe by sending the customer service a request so we can cancel the newsletter manually. The sender's address from our newsletter is info@exprnce.com; we recommend adding it to your address book.

 

 

 

 

You can reach us at the following number:

Tel: +31 (0) 85-4011-817

Email: info@exprnce.com  

 

Leiden, February 19, 2014

 

                                                                                                    

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