G-Tyres considers the protection of personal data of visitors to our website and customers to be of great importance and counts this as part of its responsibility. Your personal information is treated and protected with the utmost care and confidentiality.
G-Tyres is classified under the General Data Protection Regulation as controller for the data processing and has its registered office at Jogchem van der Houtweg 8-B, 2678 AG De Lier. G-Tyres can be contacted on telephone number +31 (0)174 - 404 404 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org..
G-Tyres collects and processes your personal data for the following purposes:
G-Tyres processes the personal data of (former) customers, prospects, visitors to our website and other interested parties.
G-Tyres will only provide the data to parties involved in the implementation of the agreement between you and our organisation. Agreements have been concluded with all these parties to determine which activities are commissioned and may be executed under the authority and instruction of G-Tyres. These parties may not process or use the data for their own or other purposes.
In addition, we will never hire out, sell or otherwise provide your details to third parties for commercial purposes.
If you want to be kept informed by G-Tyres about new products, services and promotions, you can subscribe to our newsletter. If you have given permission to receive our newsletter, we will send it to you. This permission can always be withdrawn by using the unsubscribe link in our email newsletter or by sending an email to email@example.com asking to unsubscribe from the newsletter.
G-Tyres operates the following retention periods:
G-Tyres has taken appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect your data and to prevent unauthorised persons gaining access to your personal data. These measures are regularly evaluated, modified and if necessary updated by G-Tyres.
Access to your data is organised in such a way that only authorised employees of G-Tyres have access to your data and only to the extent that they need it for performance of their job.
Our website is secured in such a way that personal data entered by you on our website is sent to our organisation via a secure connection.
Anyone for whom G-Tyres processes personal data has the right to request access to their own personal data. If your data proves to be factually incorrect, you can have it rectified. You also have the right to data transfer. This means that the data processed by our organisation based on your consent or based on the agreement can be transferred to another data controller. If you want data deleted in its entirety, you can make this known to our organisation. We will then delete your data from the moment that there are no further obligations, financial or otherwise, to be fulfilled.
If you wish to invoke one of your rights, you can do this by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating access, rectification, deletion or data transfer. G-Tyres will ensure that your request is dealt with inside the legally stipulated period.
If you do not want G-Tyres to keep you informed about relevant products and services or promotions at all, you can make this known by sending an email to email@example.com stating ‘Blocking’. We will then block your contact details so that you will no longer be contacted by our organisation.
Our organisation likes to engage in dialogue, through the web and our own or other social media channels, with customers, interested parties and visitors of the website about our organisation, services and activities. The objective is to provide useful and relevant information and/or to answer questions asked through social media. For this purpose, we follow the Internet and social media channels, such as Facebook, Twitter and blogs. We follow feeds on these channels attentively and take part in them and/or respond proactively to individual, relevant comments or any questions asked. We expressly reserve the right not to respond to every question or comment. No rights can be derived from the content of our response or the lack thereof. It is possible that we will record data, personal or otherwise, while participating in feeds, answering questions or responding to comments. This will of course be processed in accordance with this privacy statement. We are not responsible for the handling of personal data by other participants in social media channels or for the content on their social media channels. If you have any questions or comments, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our organisation uses Analytics (Google) to understand how visitors reach our website and how the website is used. In connection with this, cookies are placed via our website. The information collected by Google is anonymized as far as possible and your IP address is not passed on. The information is transferred to and stored on servers in the United States by Google. Google may provide this information to third parties if it is legally required to.
The following cookies are placed by Google Analytics:
A cookie which allocates an ID to your browser. This ID is used to calculate unique page visits but no personal data is linked to it. As this ID does not need to be changed very often, it has a duration of 2 years (_utma).
A cookie which denotes the user’s session. If, for example, you visit the website in the morning from 09.00 to 10.00 that is one session. If you visit the website again in the afternoon at 15.00 then this constitutes a new session (_utmc). Because you can pause in between starting a new session, this cookie persists for 30 minutes (_utmb) A cookie also remembers where you came from. This cookie is updated per page view and lasts for 6 months (_utmz).
Finally, a cookie is placed to throttle the request rate. This cookie has a duration of 10 minutes (_utmt).
Needless to say, you can always delete the cookies which have been placed on your computer, laptop or smartphone. The method for deleting cookies depends on which Internet browser you use (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, etc.) Consult your Internet browser for instructions about how to delete cookies.
De Lier, 1-5-2018