We respect the privacy of those who use our website and we take great care that the personal details you provide us are treated with the utmost confidentiality. Our salaried staff as well as our volunteers are fully aware of the rules relating to the processing of privacy-sensitive information, which they apply in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act.
Use of personal data
The personal details you provide enable us to enter into, and execute, agreements regarding legal services and to manage the relations stemming thereof, which also includes promotional activities with the intention to increase our number of customers.
When you send us a message by email, we keep the details you give us for as long as it takes (depending on the nature of your message) to fully answer and/or deal with your request.
Use of our website
On our website, the number of visitors is being logged, including the IP-address of your computer, your username, the time of your visit and the data your browser provides us. We use these data to analyse visiting and looking behaviour on our website and also to improve our website. These data are being made anonymous as much as possible. We do not give or sell data to third parties.
We use Google Analytics to learn how visitors use our website. The data thus gained, including the IP-address of your computer, are being transferred to Google who store it on servers in the US. Google uses this information to track how our website is being used, to send us detailed information about our website and to inform Google’s customers about the effectiveness of their advertisements. Google may pass this information on to others if legally obliged to do so, or in case others process said information on behalf of Google. We are in no position to influence these proceedings. The cookies may be used for personalized and non-personalized advertising. Google’s Privacy & Terms
Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn
On our website we provide links to promote certain pages or share them on social media like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn. These links are being generated by a code which is provided by those parties. This code leaves a cookie (see hereafter). Please read the privacy statements (which may change regularly) of the aforementioned social media to see for what purposes they use your personal data, acquired with this code.
We provide a newsletter in which we keep those interested in our Museum informed about developments. Your name and mail-address will be added to the list of subscribers when you ask us to do so. Every newsletter contains a link for you to unsubscribe. The list of subscribers will not be provided to third parties.
Bookings through our web shop
When making a booking, you will be asked your first name, family name, mail address and phone number; this is to enable us to send you your e-ticket and to contact you in case of any emergency. You can tick the appropriate box if you wish to be informed about our present and future activities and offers. In that case we will keep your first name and family name, your mail-address and the details of your booking.
Bookings through our office
When making a booking, you will be asked your first name, family name, address, mail address and phone number; this is to enable us to send you your e-ticket and to contact you in case of any emergency. If we send you an invoice, we have a legal obligation to keep your name and address on file.
If you are or have been a customer of our Museum, you may send us a written request to inspect your personal data we possess. If our records contain any faults, you may ask us to rectify or delete those data. In case you no longer wish to receive our newsletter you may unsubscribe by sending an email to email@example.com and we will delete your personal data within 4 weeks.
Changes to our Privacy Statement
We reserve the right to alter the contents of this statement. Changes will be mentioned on our website.