24 May 2018
Your privacy is very important to Canadian Beverages. We therefore adhere to the Privacy Act, which means that your data are safe with us and that we always make proper use of them. In this privacy statement, we explain all the things we do at Canadian Beverages with information which we find out about you via our website www.canadian-beverages.com.
If you have any questions or wish to know exactly what information we keep up-to-date about you, please contact Canadian Beverages.
Statistics and profiling
We keep anonymous statistics up-to-date about the use of our website, for instance using Google Analytics. With these statistics, we improve our online website to thus only show information still relevant or to improve the user-friendliness of our website. For example, to improve the mobile version of our website or make frequently-read articles easier to find.
As well as anonymous statistics, we also collect personal data. We do that solely with your permission. We can combine these data in order to find out more about you. Of course, we will respect your privacy at all times. If you do not wish us to use these data, you can inform us of this at all times.
What information do we collect? We collect the following personal data: your first name and surname, telephone number, e-mail address, name of your organization, size of the organization, work field and sector. These data will only be collected if you have completed and sent one of the forms on our website. We will store this information for a minimum of one year, unless you request us to remove these data.
Providing data to other companies or institutions
We do not provide your personal data to third parties without your explicit permission, unless that is necessary for carrying out our services or if we are legally obliged to (for instance, if the police demand this if there is a suspicion of crime).
We work together with particular companies. These partners can therefore receive your personal data. This is necessary for being able to supply to you what you ordered from our website. For instance, a marketing company which helps us to improve the website, compile advertisements or send e-mails. These companies are obliged to treat your data as confidential. We make agreements with these companies with regard to processing personal data. These agreements are recorded in a so-called processing agreement.
We do not store your personal data for longer than necessary for the purpose for which they were received. If you request us to remove your personal data, we will remove these data from our database, at the end of the month in question at the latest.
When you visit our online service for the first time, we will show a message with an explanation about cookies, and we ask you to agree to the use of these cookies. It concerns the following types of cookies:
Cookies have an expiry date. Once the expiry date of a cookie has passed, this cookie will be automatically removed. You can manually switch off or remove cookies at any time. For this purpose, consult the help documentation of your browser. For most browsers, you will find this option under the settings.
The security of personal data is very important to us. In order to protect your privacy, we take the following measures:
- Access to personal data is protected with a user name and password
- We make sure that only the necessary persons have access to personal data
- Once received, the data are stored in a separate, protected system
- We make use of secured connections (Secure Sockets Layer or SSL) by means of which all the information between you and our website is protected when you enter personal details
Changes to this privacy and cookie statement
Inspecting, changing and removing your data
If you have any questions or wish to know what personal data of you we have, you can contact us at all times. Please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have the following rights:
- To receive an explanation of what personal data we have and what we do with this
- Inspection of the exact personal data that we have
- Allowing errors to be corrected
- Allowing (obsolete) personal data to be removed
- Withdrawing permission
- Objecting to a particular use
Make sure that you always clearly indicate who you are, so that we know for sure that we do not change or remove data from the wrong person.
Submitting a complaint
If you believe that we are not giving you the correct help, you have the right to submit a complaint to the regulator of personal data – the Dutch Data Protection Authority (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens).
1017 HL Amsterdam
T 020 405 36 36