We, Terluin Webdesign, are established in Professor van der Waalsstraat 3H, 1821 BT Alkmaar in The Netherlands. We are responsible for the processing of personal data as stated in this privacy policy.

Email addres: info@terluinwebdesign.nl

Phone number: 06 - 24810395

Business address: Professor van der Waalsstraat 3H, 1821 BT Alkmaar

CoC-number: 72260254

VAT identification number: NL859050361B01

Cookies that we use

Our website uses cookies when you visit our website. Which cookies those are, for how long they are stored, and what their providers are, is described in our cookie policy.

Hereby a short summary. We use statistical cookies of which their data is encrypted and processed anonymously. We do not have to ask for permission to place these cookies. However, we do (need to) ask permission to use marketing cookies such as those by the Facebook Pixel. We notify our visitors by showing a cookie bar that gives them the option to decline the marketing cookies, as well as accept them. Visitors can use the website, regardless of whether they accepted the marketing cookies or not.

Data that we process

If you contact us through forms, we process the information that is provided by you. If you contact us through our contact form, we will process the following data:

  • your first name and last name;
  • your email address;
  • your phone number (if specified);
  • the content of your message.

Data that we receive from other organisations

Besides our contact form, we use forms that are integrated with the system of ActiveCampaign. By sending these forms, the data that you have supplied will be send to us, as well as your city, state/province, and the country. This location data is provided to us automatically by ActiveCampaign. However, we do not have access to your exact location. You can read about how ActiveCampaign processes your data by reading Active Campaign's privacy policy.

Why do we process data?

We process your personal data, as a response to your interests to come in contact with us, to contact you. We do this using either your email address and/or the phone number that you may have specified by submitting forms on our website.

How do we protect your data?

Your data is provided to us via external systems, such as Gmail and ActiveCampaign. Emails that you send to email adresses that end with @terluinwebdesign.nl, are stored on our server and are made accessible to us through Gmail (by Google). You can read about how Google proccesses your data by reading Google's privacy policy.

The connection between your device and our website is secured by using an SSL certificate, so we can receive your data without cyber criminals being able to steal your data.

For how long do store your data?

The personal data that we process, is stored as long as you request for removal.

Do we share data with third parties?

In case we are legally required to or in order to perform certain tasks out of your requests, we have to share data with third parties. As an example, we are required to use your personal data in order to register an account for parties such as MailChimp.

So it may be required to share your data with third parties, inside as well as outside of the European Union (EU) (for your information, may you be located in the European Union), in order to create an account or to contact a third party, if that is your intention.

Your rights

View data

You have the right to receive a copy of your personal data that we have processed.

Remove data

You have the right to let us remove your personal data.

Correct data

You have the right to let us correct personal data of you which are incorrect.

Add data

You have the right to complete incomplete data.

Data portability

You have the right to transfer your personal data, which we have processed, to a different party.

Restrict processing

In the situations that are described below, you have the right to restrict our processing of your data.

Incorrect data

Do we use incorrect personal data? If so, you have the right to restrict the use of that incorrect data. We are then not allowed to use that data, as long as you have not yet confirmed that the data has been corrected.

Processing is unlawful

May we have data that we are not allowed to process, but do you want to be able to request that data later on? Then you have the right to restrict our processing of that data. We are then required not to use this particular data.

Data is no longer necessary

May we have data that we no longer need our the sole purpose for which it was processed in the first place, but which you do need for a legal claim, then you have the right to restrict us in processing this particular data.

Objection to processing

You can object to the processing of your personal data. We are then required to stop processing this data, unless we have compelling legitimate grounds for processing this data that outweigh your interests, rights, and freedoms. As long as it's not certain whether or not our grounds outweigh your interests, rights, and freedoms, we are not allowed to process this particular data.

Have you given consent for processing certain data? If so, then you have the right to withdraw that given consent.

Objection to processing

You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data in the following two cases:

  • if we use your data for direct marketing;
  • because of your specific situation.

Direct marketing

We have the right to send our clients advertising mail, without their consent, if the use of the data is compatible with the original purpose. As a client, you have the right to object to this, as well as when it comes to profiling for these marketing purposes.

We still stop immediatly processing your personal data for direct marketing purposes, may you object to this.

Specific situation

You can object to the use of personal data because of your specific situation (special personal circumstances). TThis only applies when we process your personal data on the basis of general or legitimate interest.

Automated decision-making

At this moment, we do not use automated decision-making.