Douzelage Europe is based Markt 11, 6231 LR, Meerssen
You can visit the website douzelage.eu without sharing any personal information. The cookies used by the website are not used to collect your personal data.
Douzelage Europe respects the privacy of all visitors of the website douzelage.eu and its potential contacts.
The website douzelage.eu does not collect any personal data of visitors to the website. The contact information on the website exists to connect the visitors with contact persons of the Douzelage organisation by email.
The website does publish personal data of contact persons in the 28 member towns and the presidency. The personal data that is published is:
- name (first name, last name);
- town and country;
- email address;
The website douzelage.eu registers users that need to read information in the “Members Only” section. For this, login information is required, and the site registers:
- name (first name, last name);
- email address.
The registration is done by the webmaster, requests for registration are done by email.
Objectives of the use of personal data
Douzelage Europe aims at communicating with their members and non members and inform them on activities and projects of one or more member towns, or the presidency. It provides the visitor with contact information on these activities. Douzelage Europe does not use personal data for any commercial purpose.
Your personal data
If Douzelage Europe has published your personal data on douzelage.eu, you have the right to request a copy of the data. If you do not think that the information we hold about you is correct, or you think that we do not have all the information which we should have about you, you can request that we rectify the information so that it is correct and complete.
You can request that we erase the data which we hold about you, or that we restrict the way that the data is used.
You can make these requests by emailing email@example.com. Douzelage Europe will respond within seven working days.
Retaining your information
Douzelage Europe publishes the mentioned personal data on the website douzelage.eu with the explicit written consent of all persons involved. After five years Douzelage Europe will ask for a renewal of this consent.
Cookies are small text-files a website places on a computer, tablet or smartphone. Cookies are used to make the surfing on the website easier and more user friendly. Cookies are also used to analyse the use of the website and counts the visits.
Cookies are also placed by third parties. These third parties have no access to the data in our cookies.
What data are collected?
Douzelage Europe does not collect and store personal information in cookies like telephone numbers or email addresses. Cookies are not used for marketing activities. Douzelage Europe has taken appropriate measures to protect the website against theft and abuse of the personal data. The following measures are in place:
- the protection measures of the host One.com;
- a firewall on the computer of the webmaster;
- the backend of the site is protected by a username and password;
- a plugin protecting the website against Brute Force attacks;
- a plugin that prevents the email addresses being read by spambots.
Douzelage Europe holds it very important that your personal data are protected and that at the same time the website is easy to navigate and use.
Cookies come in different sorts:
We use functional cookies to make surfing on douzelage.eu easier. Third parties have no access to these cookies.
Douzelage Europe uses analytical cookies to gain insight in the behaviour of the visitors. To know how many visits we count or about the most popular webpages. We do not store personal data in the process and the information on behaviour is not linked to personal data.
Tracking cookies keep track on your surfing behaviour to find out about your interests, to target you with advertisements you may be interested in. Douzelage Europe does not use tracking cookies.
Social Media cookies
Social media cookies make it easy to share news from the website on the social media platforms. Douzelage Europe publishes newsposts with a “share” button of Facebook. Facebook does place cookies via douzelage.eu to enable this sharing.
Blocking of cookies
It is possible to block cookies on your computer. You can use the settings of your browser to get a notification every time a cookie is placed on your computer or to make it impossible to place cookies. You can also regularly erase the cookies. Doing these things may have consequences for the usability of the website.
How to block cookies in your browser you can find:
If you want to block cookies from specific websites you can visit youronlinechoices.eu.
Meerssen, May 25th 2018