We respect the privacy of the visitors of our website. We handle any personal data you submit to us in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations, in particular the Dutch data protection act (“Wet bescherming persoonsgegevens”). We collect personal data in two ways:
I. You may provide personal data to us actively, for example by submitting information through a contact form on the website, a reaction on a blog post, an e-mail, et cetera.
II. You may provide certain personal data to us passively, by surfing our website. For example, your IP-address and browser type will normally automatically be stored in our web server logs.
This Website is using cookies and scripts. A cookie is a simple, small file that is sent together with pages from this website and stored on the hard drive of your computer by your browser. The information stored in the cookie can be sent back to our servers the next time you visit or returned to the third parties concerned.
We use both functional cookies and cookies from third parties for analysis and marketing purposes.
I. Functional cookies
Functional cookies enable certain parts of the website to work properly and for your user preferences to remain known. For instance, cookies are used to set the correct fonts and language for you, to store your user session on the web server so that you can view the website and your shopping basket can remain full and to store the last address you entered.
These are all functions which would not work without these cookies.
II. Cookies from third parties
In addition to functional cookies, there are also cookies that we do not place or read, but that come from third parties which have been engaged by Wildebeast Media and which offer potential functionality on the websites. We will describe below the purposes of these cookies for each party.
II-a Google: Google Analytics, AdWords, Adsense, Doubleclick
The US company Google places cookies via our website as part of the Google Analytics, Google AdWords, Google Adsense and Doubleclick services. We use these services to obtain reports on things such as how visitors use our website, the use of advertisements, the use of Google’s search engine and the restaurants viewed by visitors to our website.
Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is required by law to do this, or where third parties process the information on Google’s behalf.
We have made various arrangements with Google to protect your personal information when using Google Analytics:
- We have not given Google permission to use the information obtained for other Google services;
- The last digits of your IP address are masked
- We have entered into a processor’s agreement with Google;
- We do not use Google Analytics in combination with other Google services.
Read Google’s privacy statement (which is subject to change regularly) to find out what they do with your personal and other data that they process via these cookies.
The information is transferred to and saved on servers in the United States. Google asserts that it adheres to the Safe Harbor principles and is affiliated with the Safe Harbor programme of the US Department of Commerce. This means that there is an appropriate level of protection for the processing of any personal data.
II-b Advertisements cookies
We use various technologies on our website to display advertisements and to measure the effectiveness of these advertisements. We use advertisement cookies and technologies from Booking.com. We have no control over the use of the data by the aforementioned companies and/or third parties. Read the privacy statements of these companies to find out what they do with the data (note: this statement is regularly subject to change).
II-c Social media buttons
We have included buttons on our web pages that allow you to promote (“like”) or share (“tweet”) on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest. These buttons work using pieces of code which come from Facebook, Twitter, Google + and Youtube. Cookies are placed using this code. Read the privacy statements of Facebook, Twitter, Google and Pinterest (which are subject to change regularly) to find out what they do with your personal and other data that they process via these cookies.
The information that they collect is anonymised as much as possible. The information is transferred to and saved by Twitter, Facebook, Google + and Youtube on servers in the United States. These four services assert that they adhere to the Safe Harbor principles and they are affiliated with the Safe Harbor programme of the US Department of Commerce. This means that there is an appropriate level of protection for the processing of any personal data.
Activation, deactivation or removal of cookies
You can find more information about the activation, deactivation and removal of cookies in the instructions of your browser and/or by using your browser’s Help function.
More information about cookies
If you need further explanation or details about cookies please see AllAboutCookies.org.