This is the Privacy Statement of Ocean’s 500. In order to be of good service to you and to perform our work as efficiently and effectively as possible Ocean’s 500 processes your personal data.
Ocean’s 500 attaches great importance to dealing with your personal data carefully. Your personal data is diligently processed and protected by us. You can rest assured that your data is safe with Ocean’s 500 and that we adhere to the latest legal requirements.
Why does Ocean’s 500 have a Privacy Statement?
In this Privacy Statement we have set out for you how we handle your personal data. Here you can read what personal data we process, our purpose in processing it, who is able to view your data, how we store your data, who we share your data with and what influence you can exercise on this personally. Your interests are our top priority!
What is personal data?
Personal data is all data that can be traced back to a natural person, and you are a natural person. Examples of personal data include: your name, address, date of birth, telephone number, email address and biometric data. We obtain this sort of data if, for example, you fill in a form, send us a letter or email, or telephone us. You also provide us with personal data in some cases when you visit Ocean’s 500 website. For example in the form of an IP address or via a cookie.
The moment your personal data is shared with Ocean’s 500, either by you personally or by a third party, we process it. The meaning of the term ‘process’ is wide-ranging and it includes, among other things: collecting, storing, consulting, removing, using and sharing data with third parties. But also deleting and destroying fall within the term ‘processing’.
What does this Privacy Statement apply to?
This Privacy Statement is applicable to all your personal data that Ocean’s 500 processes in providing services to you in an either wholly or partly automated manner.
Whose personal data does Ocean’s 500 process?
We may process the personal data of everyone we have contact with, or everyone who visits this website
Who is responsible for processing your personal data?
The party responsible for processing your personal data (‘the Controller’) is Ocean’s 500, established at Merwedeweg 1, 3336LG Zwijndrecht. The Controller is the party who formally/legally decides whether personal data is to be processed, and if so which personal data, the purpose it is processed for, and how it is processed.
What does Ocean’s 500 use your personal data for?
Ocean’s 500 may only process your personal data if we have lawful grounds for doing so. The lawful grounds for processing your personal data are:
What personal data do we process?
Bijzondere en/of gevoelige persoonsgegevens die wij online verwerken
Ocean’s 500 heeft niet de intentie om bijzondere persoonsgegevens te verzamelen over websitebezoekers. In het bijzonder niet over bezoekers die jonger zijn dan 16 jaar, tenzij ze toestemming hebben van ouders of voogd. Echter kan niet gecontroleerd worden of een bezoeker ouder dan 16 jaar is. Ouders worden aangeraden betrokken te zijn bij de online activiteiten van hun kinderen, om zo te voorkomen dat er gegevens over kinderen verzameld worden zonder ouderlijke toestemming. Als u er van overtuigd bent dat zonder toestemming persoonlijke gegevens zijn verzameld over een minderjarige op de website www.oceans500.com, neem dan contact op via firstname.lastname@example.org dan wordt deze informatie verwijderd.
Special and / or sensitive personal data that we process online
Ocean’s 500 does not intend to collect special personal data about website visitors. In particular, not about visitors under the age of 16 unless they have parental or guardian consent. However, it cannot be checked whether a visitor is older than 16 years. Parents are advised to be involved in their children’s online activities to avoid collecting information about children without parental consent. If you are convinced that personal information has been collected about a minor on the website www.oceans500.com without permission, please contact us at email@example.com and this information will be deleted.
How does Ocean’s 500 handle your personal data?
Carefully, safely and confidentially. That is how we handle your personal data. Ocean’s 500 has drawn up a policy document covering this.
Supervision of the processing of your personal data
The rules governing the protection of your personal data are set out in the General Data Protection Regulation. The Personal Data Authority (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens – AP) ensures that the regulations are adhered to.
If you believe that the provisions of this Privacy Statement are not being (properly) adhered to by us you are entitled to submit a complaint to the AP. The contact details of the AP are:
Bezuidenhoutseweg 30 2594 AV Den Haag 0900-2001201
In order to protect your privacy and the confidentiality of your data Ocean’s 500 takes appropriate technical and organisational measures. We take security measures in order to prevent misuse of and unauthorised access to personal data, such as: control over access, firewalls and secure servers, and encryption of certain types of data, such as financial information and other sensitive information.
Besides protecting the system we do not want everyone within Ocean’s 500 to have access to your data. Our systems are designed in such a way that employees only have access to information for which they are authorised.
Reporting of incidents
Should it unexpectedly emerge that something has gone wrong with the protection of your personal data, or if we should suspect that this is the case, then we will report this to the AP. If the breach of security concerning your personal data could have adverse consequences for you we will inform you about it as soon as possible.
We always assume that your information is of a confidential nature. Every Ocean’s 500 employee is therefore bound by a duty of secrecy. This also applies to third parties hired in by Ocean’s 500 or in some other way engaged to carry out work. People charged with performing technical work on our systems are also bound by a duty of secrecy. Put briefly, everyone who has access to your data is bound by a duty of secrecy.
How long do we retain your data?
Ocean’s 500 does not retain your data any longer than is necessary for the purposes for which your data is processed, and is permitted by law. The length of time that particular data is retained depends on the nature of
the data and the purpose for which it is processed. The retention period can therefore vary, depending on the purpose.
Disclosure to third parties
We explicitly do not disclose your personal data to third parties unless that is necessary in order to perform the contract, if we are legally obliged to do so, or if you have given us permission to do so.
Ocean’s 500 may also be obliged to disclose personal data on the basis of legislation or regulations, by court order, or in the event of fraud or abuse. In such a case Ocean’s 500 will cooperate with the authorities.
Transmission to countries outside the European Union
Ocean’s 500 will not share your data with a company or branch based in a country outside the European Union, unless a preform an agreement to do so is entered into or you have signed a declaration confirming your consent to transmission.
Personal contact with Ocean’s 500
A lot of contact between you and Ocean’s 500 takes place via telephone, forms, email or social media. We record the personal data that you supply if it is necessary for the provision of our services.
Various means of contact
Clients increasingly contact Ocean’s 500 via email, social media (Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn) or via www.oceans500.com, SMS, what’s app and chatting are also used. Naturally a lot of information is also exchanged via letters and forms. The initiative to make contact may come from you or from Ocean’s 500. The personal data that you then
supply to us may be processed by Ocean’s 500. For example in order to answer your questions, to make offers or to improve the quality of our services.
Visits to the website of Ocean’s 500
If you visit our website we record your IP address, details of your visit and cookies. You can read what we use this data for below.
What do we do with your IP address?
Everyone who uses the internet has an IP address. Also if you use the internet via your mobile phone. Without an IP address you cannot access the internet. Ocean’s 500 keeps IP addresses in order to protect you from internet fraud.
What do we do with the data on your visit?
General information is kept about visits to Ocean’s 500 website, such as the most frequently visited pages. This information enables us to further optimise the design of our website. This information can also be used to place more targeted information on the site. This way we can continue to improve our services. We also record how visitors click through Ocean’s 500 website. This data is only stored and processed internally. It is used for statistical analysis of visitor behaviour, to combat fraud and in order to make personalised offers.
What do we do with cookies?
With your permission we place “tracking cookies” on your device. We use these cookies to record which pages you visit in order to build up a profile of your online behaviour. This profile is not linked to your name, address, email address etc and it is only used for example to align job alerts to your profile so that they are as relevant as possible to you.
A cookie is placed via our website from the American company Google, as part of the “Analytics” service. We use this service in order to record and obtain reports on how visitors use the website. Google may supply this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or if the third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We have no influence on this. The information that Google collects is anonymised as far as possible. Your IP address is explicitly not supplied with it. The information is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
What are your rights?
If Ocean’s 500 processes your personal data the regulations in force afford you certain rights. Your rights will be further explained below.
We inform you if we process your personal data
In order to process your data Ocean’s 500 supplies you with information on our identity, the purpose for which and manner in which we process your data, and with information about the rules applicable to this and about your rights and how you can influence this.
It is not necessary to provide this information if you have already been informed about the processing of your data, if it is not possible to inform you, or if it would require a disproportionate amount of effort on our part.
Inspection of your data
Are you registered with Ocean’s 500 and would you like to see what personal data we have about you? Then you can avail yourself of your ‘Right to inspect’. We would ask you to specify what personal data you wish to receive.
Right of rectification
You have a right to rectify data if your data is incorrect or incomplete. You also have a right to rectify the data if it is not relevant to the purpose for which we are processing it, or if your data has been processed by us in contravention of any legal provision.
We will inform any third parties that may have received your data about the rectification, unless this is impossible or would require a disproportionate amount of effort.
Right to have data deleted
In addition you have a right to have certain data deleted.
Right to limit processing
You also have a right to limit the processing of your data. The right to limit means that we (temporarily) may not process your personal data or change it. This is the case if you dispute the accuracy of the data, if you believe that your personal data is no longer necessary for the purposes or if you believe that the processing of your personal data by Ocean’s 500 is unlawful.
Right to object
You can object to the processing of your personal data by Ocean’s 500 if your personal data is used for purposes other than those necessary for the performance of a contract or necessary in order to comply with a legal obligation. For example if you do not want us to use your personal data in order to make you personal offers.
Right of data portability
If you have supplied your personal data to us personally then in some cases you have a right of data transferability. This means that we will supply your data to you in a structured, generally accepted and machine readable form if you request this.
How can you exercise your rights?
If you wish to avail yourself of your rights you can always contact us via the contact details below or by sending us a letter stating your name, address and telephone number. We will respond to your request within one month.
We would ask you to provide proof of identity in the form of a valid identity document. This way we can check that we are supplying your personal data to the right person.
Excessive requests for the provision of information may be rejected by us. Requests will be regarded as excessive if for example you contact us with requests more often that is normal and necessary.
Setting click behaviour
If you do not want Ocean’s 500 to use your click behaviour in order to collect general data on visits then you can install this in the settings via the link below.
About this privacy statement
Ocean’s 500 may revise this Privacy Statement. The most recent revision was on 01-06-2020. You can always find the most recent version on our website.
Do you have any questions or comments about our Privacy Statement? Then feel free to contact us:
Ocean’s 500, Merwedeweg 1, 3336 LG Zwijndrecht, firstname.lastname@example.org