Holla Advocaten treats the personal data of visitors to our website with the utmost care. We ensure that any personal data you provide is handled confidentially. We process your personal details in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act.
We process personal data provided by you when you fill in a form on our website or send us a message. We also track the details of visits to our website. We register the way in which our website is visited and use data forwarded by your web browser, such as your IP address, the duration of the visit, the pages viewed, etc.
The purposes of collecting and processing information
We process your personal data in order to meet our obligations towards you pursuant to an agreement, to provide you with information about our services, in which we believe you may be interested and to answer your questions. We also store your personal data so that we can grant you access to specific sections and features of our website, to inform you about our activities on and via the website and to ensure that the content of our website is presented to you and on your computer in the best and most effective way possible.
Right of inspection
You may request us at reasonable intervals to state whether we process or have processed any information relating to you. We shall inform you whether this is the case in writing within four weeks. If we process or have processed your personal data, we shall send you an overview of our reasons for doing so, the relevant categories of information, the recipients and details of the origin of the information.
Right to correct, supplement, remove and shield information
You may request us to correct, supplement, remove or delete information related to you that is factually inaccurate, incomplete, irrelevant for the purposes specified in these regulations or processed in any other way in conflict with statutory regulations. We shall inform you of our decision in respect of your request in writing and stating our reasons within four weeks.
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Amendments to the privacy regulations
These privacy regulations may be amended from time to time. The most recent version of the regulations is always published on our website.