De Ceuvel considers your privacy important and therefore only processes personal data if this is done in a legal and transparent manner. Among other things, this means that we adhere to the General Data Protection Regulation, which means that we;
✓ Clearly state which data we process.
✓ Only collect data which is necessary to achieve our legitimate goals.
✓ Not to process more data than is necessary.
✓ Take reasonable measures to ensure that the information is correct.
✓ Observe retention periods and then delete the data.
✓ Take appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure your data is protected.
✓ To respect your rights, which are to be found in Article 7 of this privacy and cookie statement.
This privacy and cookie statement outlines the personal data which De Ceuvel processes about you, why De Ceuvel does this, and what your rights are in regard to this.
You are not required to provide your personal data to De Ceuvel. De Ceuvel will do everything possible to limit the processing of personal data. If this is deemed unacceptable by you and you refuse to provide personal data our legal relationship may be de-established or discontinued.
De Ceuvel is responsible for data processing.
Café de Ceuvel Coöperatie U.A. and Vereniging de Ceuvel
Korte Papaverweg 4
Chamber of Commerce: 65269616/56029799
If you have questions or comments about this privacy and cookie statement or the processing of your data, you can contact us in the following ways:
Phone: 020 229 6210
Why do we process personal data? De Ceuvel collects your data in order to provide our service. For example, we process your data in order to enter into an agreement and to keep you informed of any changes to our services or products. Some personal data (such as bank details) collected by De Ceuvel are processed administratively, with the purpose of drawing up an invoice or quotation. There may also be a legal obligation for us to process data.
On this website you can reserve a table online. For this we ask you exactly how many people are coming, which day you want to book, and the time. Because we want to record your reservation and possibly want to be able to contact you, we ask you to provide us with your name, telephone number, email and possibly a company name. Even if you make a different reservation with us, we process the aforementioned personal data to process your reservation and to inform you about this.
You can sign up for our newsletter, so that you stay informed of our products and services. For this you need to enter your email address. Every newsletter contains an unsubscribe link. Registration for our newsletter is done via the external party MailChimp if you register via our website. Registration is done via the external party Stager when you purchase a ticket, both via the app or via a written registration list.
When you apply to us, we process your name and address, email address, telephone number, information resulting from your letter of application and further information regarding the vacancy.
Tours and education
We also provide tours and educational programs at De Ceuvel. To be able to offer this, we need some information from you, such as your name, email address and telephone number.
Boat rental, room rental and events
We offer the possibility of renting a desk from us as an artist or creative, for which we request an amount of data from you in order to be able to provide this service. In addition, it is possible to organize a (private) event with us (or in collaboration with us). If you want to rent a room, we process your name, email (private and business) and details of the company on whose behalf you rent the room. We use Stager to sell tickets. If you purchase a ticket, Stager collects information from you on our behalf, so that you can purchase a ticket and be kept informed about the event (for example if the event is canceled).
When you contact us, for example via email, social media, by post or telephone, we process your data in order to respond to your message.
For the processing of press requests, we may collect your name, e-mail, position and data from the company for which you work / represent.
The General Data Protection Regulation states that any processing of personal data must be based on a justification. De Ceuvel processes your data on the basis of the following justification:
○ Permission. If you have given permission for the processing of your personal data (for example when you register for the newsletter), you can withdraw it at any time. Withdrawal of the consent does not affect the lawfulness of processing data based on the consent given before the point of withdrawal.
○ Data processing is necessary for the implementation of an agreement. If you wish to use our services, your personal data is required to achieve this.
○ A legitimate interest. De Ceuvel may have a legitimate interest in processing your personal data, for example for marketing purposes. Hereby we always weigh our own interests against the interests of the persons whose personal data are processed. In addition, the data is not stored any longer than is necessary for processing purposes.
○ Complying with a legal obligation.
Your personal data will not be kept longer than necessary to achieve the goals as described under article 2. De Ceuvel can of course keep personal data longer on the basis of a (legal) obligation and taking into account any limitation periods. We use the following retention periods in any case:
In principle, De Ceuvel does not provide personal data to third parties, unless this is necessary for our services or to comply with a (legal) obligation. De Ceuvel uses, among other things, the following services from third parties, including our processors with whom we have concluded a processing agreement:
We conclude a (processing) agreement with (sub) processors. This stipulates that your data will only be used for the intended purpose / agreement and that the data will be destroyed by the (sub) processor after the order. Where possible, we use processors based in the EEA. De Ceuvel ensures that data is only passed on to recipients outside the EEA who are located in an adequate country designated by the European Commission.
De Ceuvel takes technical and organizational security measures to ensure an appropriate security level. We regularly evaluate and update the security measures which we have taken.
Under the General Data Protection Regulation Act you have a number of important rights that you can exercise.
These are your rights:
If you wish to make use of your rights, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us by telephone or in writing.
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The following cookies are used on this website:
This website uses strictly necessary cookies that are essential for the operation of the site, such as the OptanonConsent and PHPSESSID cookies. We use MailChimp, which places a number of necessary cookies on our website.
Google Analytics. We have integrated MailChimp with Google Analytics. By using this service we can follow the traffic on our website. Google Analytics collects first-party cookies, device / browser data, IP address and on-site / app activities for measuring and reporting on user interaction statistics on the websites and / or apps that use Google Analytics. These cookies are _ga, _gat, _gid and are stored for a maximum of two years. If you want to know more about this, you can read the privacy statement of Google Analytics.
Facebook pixel. We use pixels that we use for advertising purposes. This way we can show you relevant advertisements and then measure and use the result thereof (“retargeting”). We always ask you for permission before we place this pixel. These cookies are _fbp and fr, and are stored for a maximum of one year.
Of course we will gladly help you if you have questions or complaints about the processing of your data. You can also submit a complaint against De Ceuvel with regard to the processing of your personal data to the Dutch Data Protection Authority if you wish. Click here to submit a complaint.
This privacy and cookie statement was last amended on June 10, 2019. We can make changes to this privacy and cookie statement at any time.