The Boekman Foundation respects your privacy. All personal data you have entrusted to us - either in speech, writing or digitally - are handled with care and confidentiality. Data will not be shared with or sold to third parties. Our data processing conforms to the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This means that as of May 25th 2018 uniform privacy legislation applies inside the entire European Union (EU).
In this privacy statement we explain which personal data we are allowed to ask for, collect, and store, why we do this, and what we do with it. Our policy applies to all our services. By visiting our website you are in agreement with our privacy statement.
What are cookies
A cookie is a data file that is stored in your computer to facilitate recognition the next time you visit our website. Cookies only contain a (unique) number; they do not contain personal data. The Boekman Foundation cannot use these cookies to retrieve your identity.
Functional and technical cookies
Functional and technical cookies are necessary to enable the functionalities of the Boekman Foundation websites. The Compendium is not obliged to ask your consent for these cookies. They are installed as a standard and are not removed when you do not accept cookies.
To give you the best user experience and inform you optimally, we would like to know how our visitors use the website. To this end, a Google Analytics cookie is installed, a small file that is stored in your computer. The information will be anonymized as much as possible. Your IP-address and online behaviour will remain completely anonymous. The Boekman Foundation uses Google cookies to track conversions on the website. Please read Google’s privacy statement for more information.
Vimeo has installed cookies on our website to allow visitors to watch its shared videos. Please read Vimeo’s privacy statement for more information.
To upload podcasts we use SoundCloud. SoundCloud has therefore also installed cookies. Please read SoundCloud’s privacy statement for more information.
Our publications are sold and mailed through Abonnementenland. Please read Abonnementenland’s privacy statement for more information.
This information only applies to those persons who have subscribed to our newsletter. For the newsletter we use MailingLijst. Personal data will not be made public or shared with third parties. For more information please read EM-Cultuur’s privacy statement (MailingLijst’s service provider).
If you do not wish to collect cookies, you can delete them from your browser. As the procedure for deletion will be different for every browser, please visit a site such as allaboutcookies.org to find browser-specific step procedures.
Access and rectification
You have the right to access, rectify and erase your personal data. In order to prevent third parties from accessing your data your request needs to be accompanied by a copy of a valid identity document or, in the case of companies, a copy of a valid identity document of the organisation’s main contact person (social security numbers can be erased). For questions about personal data processing, please use our contact form.