Privacy Statement NBTC Holland Marketing
NBTC Holland Marketing is convinced that the protection of the privacy of visitors to Holland and the website is of great importance to the performance of its services. Personal data are handled and secured with the greatest possible care. NBTC Holland Marketing complies in all cases, including its services provided abroad, with the requirements arising from the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The processing of personal data is registered with the Dutch Data Protection Authority, which is established in The Hague, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation. The Controller as regards the processing of personal data is NBTC Holland Marketing, with its registered office at Prinses Catharina-Amaliastraat 5, 2496 XD The Hague (The Netherlands).
Processing personal data
NBTC Holland Marketing lays down data within the context of its services, if you request information or you otherwise have contact with NBTC Holland Marketing. NBTC Holland Marketing uses your data to send information you have requested.
Conduct of website visitors and Cookies
The NBTC Holland Marketing website stores and updates general, non-identifying visitor data – also the pages that are visited most – for the purpose of optimising the website. These data can also be used to display more targeted information on the website and to enable NBTC Holland Marketing in this way to improve the services provided to you.
If you require comprehensive information about the cookies we use, you can consult our cookie statement here.
Access, correction & removal
You have the right to access, correct or remove your personal data. You have the right to access the profile data that have been collected by consulting your personal profile here. If this is insufficient, you have the right to submit a specified request to access, correct or remove your personal data to NBTC Holland Marketing. You can send an e-mail to the e-mail address [email protected] for this purpose. You are required to specify as much as possible in your request which personal data the request concerns. In response to your request, we will inform you by e-mail concerning the further course of the procedure.
In principle, NBTC Holland Marketing will respond to a request for inspection or correction within four weeks. In case of a request for removal, NBTC Holland Marketing will remove the relevant personal data as soon as possible, unless and insofar as the law prescribes that the relevant personal data must be retained or there are (other) urgent reasons that oppose removal. You will receive confirmation of receipt from NBTC Holland Marketing as soon as the handling of the request commences or is carried out. In case of uncertainties concerning the request, NBTC Holland Marketing may ask that you specify your request more comprehensively. NBTC Holland Marketing suspends performance of the request until you provide NBTC Holland Marketing with the (further) specification.
You can book accommodations and tickets on the NBTC Holland Marketing (http://www.holland.com) website. These bookings are handled by external parties, which include:
- Holland Ticket Services BV
- Dutch Bike Tours
- Cycletours fietsvakanties
- Boat-Bike Tours
- Landal GreenParks Gmbh
- Holland Design & Gifts
- Tours & Tickets (Holland Pass)
- Holland Sail
Valid agreements you conclude when booking these accommodations and tickets are covered by the conditions and Privacy Statement of the relevant external party that will handle the agreement. NBTC Holland Marketing is expressly not a contracting party to the relevant agreement.
If you have questions or comments concerning the NBTC Holland Marketing privacy statement, you can submit them in writing to: NBTC Holland Marketing, attn. Privacy Office, postbus 63470, 2502 JL The Hague. Or by e-mail: [email protected]
NBTC Holland Marketing reserves the right to change the Privacy Statement unilaterally and without prior notification. You should therefore check the NBTC Holland Marketing Privacy Statement on a regular basis.
The Hague, 8 May 2018