Mextal B.V. furthermore uses the service of Google Analytics (the US-based company Google that sets cookies on websites as part of its Analytics service) in order to track, and receive reports on, how people use the website. Google may share this information with third parties if it is required to do so by law, or if third parties process the data on behalf of Google. Note that this process is beyond Mextal B.V.’s control.
The data relating to your device and browser which Mextal B.V. collects on the Website are the following:
- Your device’s IP address (this is stored on an anonymized basis);
- The type of device used and your browser.
- The data relating to your visit which VMI Holland B.V. collects on the Website are the following:
- The website through which you found our website;
- The pages you visited;
- The country in which you are located at the time you visit our website;
- The date and time of your visit to our website.
Deleting and rejecting cookies
You can use your computer’s browser settings to delete previously stored cookies and prevent new cookies from being stored. The method used for storing cookies depends on the type of browser; you can use your browser’s help function if necessary. Rejecting and/or deleting cookies only has an effect on the computer and the browser on which you perform this act. If you are using multiple computers and/or browsers, you must repeat the act(s) described above as often as necessary.
By using the Website you leave certain information behind. This could be personal data: data that could be traced back to you. We only keep and use the personal data that is submitted directly by you or for which is clear that it has been submitted for processing purposes.
The personal data processed by Mextal B.V., if applicable, based on the cookies set, is subject to the Mextal B.V. Privacy Statement. Mextal processes your personal data as permitted by and in accordance with the relevant laws and regulations such as the Dutch Data Protection Act (“Wet Bescherming Persoonsgegevens”) and the General Data Protection Regulation as soon as it becomes effective (25 May 2018).
Mextal B.V. has taken technical and organisational security measures. All data that you provide us via the Website is transmitted using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. Mextal takes measures to continuously and carefully protect the data it collects against loss, unauthorized disclosure and unlawful processing, Mextal constantly seeks to improve and update the measures applied. Mextal B.V. has an internal procedure for handling data leaks.