We collect and store data that you voluntarily choose to provide to us. These data are:
We also collect data using the cookies we set during your visit to this Website. Cookies are small text files that a website transfers to the hard drive of your computer or your mobile device when you visit the website. Cookies contain information that is consultable by the party that set the cookie. There are different types of cookies, such as those set by the manager of the Website itself (‘first party cookies’) and cookies from a third party (‘third-party cookies’).
You control the placement of cookies and you can refuse them by adjusting the cookie settings in your browser. Most browsers indicate how you can refuse the placement of cookies, how you are notified if cookies are placed and how you can delete placed cookies altogether. However, by refusing cookies or by deleting placed cookies, it is possible that you cannot (fully) use the Website.
We use the data we collect about you through the Website to analyse how you found us and where you accessed the Website. For this purpose, we keep the data you provided to us or that we collected by automated means, for a period of 30 days.
We may also use information we collect about you through the Website so as to comply with our legal obligations, industry standards and our policy.
We will not sell the data we collected about you to third parties or otherwise disclose them, save as set out below.
We may submit data we received from or collected about you through the Website to service providers we retain to provide certain services for us, like hosting or managing this Website, or to analyse the data. We will contractually agree with these service providers that they build in the appropriate safeguards to protect the data they process on our behalf.
It is possible that we must disclose your details pursuant to statutory regulations, by order from regulatory bodies or other government agencies, to protect or defend our rights, or to investigate, prevent or act against illegal activities, alleged fraud or a breach of the conditions for the use of the Website or other applicable conditions. We also reserve the right to transfer data we have collected about you if we sell or transfer (part of) our business activities.
Within the business concern to which 1NEXTNET belongs, your data can be exchanged within the European Union for the aforementioned purposes. Processing within the concern occurs predominantly for marketing and internal administration(including internal analysis) purposes. No more personal data is exchanged than is reasonably necessary.
We care about the security of data and we will take reasonable and appropriate security measures to protect the personal details we collect. However, because of the open nature of the internet, we cannot guarantee that communications between us or information stored on this Website is always fully protected.
We are aware of the fact that you have the following rights in relation to your personal details:
If you wish to submit a request to us on the basis of the above rights, please send an email to [email protected] We may ask for proof of your identity for the purpose of verification. We always try to answer your request within the applicable legal time period.