Berkvens Privacy Policy

The Berkvens B.V. website is owned by Berkvens B.V.

Links to websites other than Berkvens B.V. websites
The Berkvens B.V. websites may contain links to third-party websites. These links are provided for your convenience and for information. If you follow these links, you will leave the Berkvens B.V. website. Berkvens B.V. has no control over such other websites, nor over their privacy measures which may differ from the policy and measures of Berkvens B.V. privacy policy. We advise you to read the privacy policies of other companies before providing any personal data. Certain companies may disclose their personal data to Berkvens B.V. Such shared data is covered by the other company's privacy policy.

Requesting pages
The information Berkvens B.V. collects from you depends on what you do when visiting our website. No personal data is collected via the Berkvens B.V. website, unless you choose to provide such information.

Personal data
Personal data means data that can be traced back to an 'identified or identifiable natural person'. This means that the name of the person that the data refers to is known or that the person's identity can be established. Examples of personal data are a person's name or home address, as well as their email address.

Transmission of personal data
Any personal data that you provide to Berkvens B.V. by email or via web forms will only be collected and used for the purpose for which you make it available. By providing your personal data, you consent to such data being processed. Your personal data will be destroyed after use. However, your personal data may be used for investigation purposes if any criminal offences are committed via the website or if any statements that constitute a criminal offence are made via the website.

The Dutch Personal Data Protection Act (Wbp)
The use of personal data on this website is governed by the Dutch Personal Data Protection Act (Wbp). This Act serves to protect the privacy of private citizens. Personal data collected, stored, used, made available in any other form, interrelated, as well as protected, via the internet is also covered by this Act. Pursuant to this Act, if any personal data is used, the person in question must be notified accordingly and must be informed about the purpose for which the data is collected prior to any use of personal data (Article 33). Personal data will therefore only be used if this has been explicitly stated. However, your data may be used for investigation purposes if any criminal offences are committed, or if any statements are made that constitute a criminal offence, and in the event of further expections as referred to in Article 43 of the Dutch Personal Data Protection Act.