Binck is the administrator of the website www.binck.com (“the Website”). Your personal data are used by Binck in order to provide the information, products and/or services on the Website and to enable you to make active use of our Website. Naturally, we respect and safeguard your privacy in this respect by means of compliance with the Dutch Personal Data Protection Act [Wet bescherming persoonsgegevens].
The following points are answered below:
- When are personal data provided?
- What personal data are processed by Binck?
- For what purposes are these data processed?
- Security measures regarding personal data;
- What rights do you have regarding your personal data?
- How can you exercise these rights?
When are personal data provided?
You do not have to register with Binck in order to visit the Website. If you wish to make use of the audiocast and the webcast, you will have to register with Binck.
What personal data are processed?
You have to provide the following personal data to access the audiocast and the webcast: your name, e-mail address, company and position (title). Mandatory fields are marked with an asterisk ("*").
You have to provide the following (personal) data to use the e-mail alert serivce: your name, company, position (title), telephone number and e-mail address. Binck will not share these data with third parties, other than in cases where data have to be provided by law or in case you would like to have access to the audiocast and/or the webcast.
Binck will not share these data with third parties, other than in cases where data have to be provided by law.
Purpose of the data processing
Binck processes personal data in order to offer users who make use of the information, products and/or services provided on or via the Website the opportunity to actively use the Website, taking account of the personal preferences and interests of users.
The data are processed appropriately and with due care in accordance with the law and are not otherwise processed in a manner incompatible with the purposes for which Binck has obtained them.
Cookies are small files that are placed on your computer or mobile telephone and are mainly used to remember the user’s preferences. In short, a cookie remembers information such as the pages you have visited in order to provide you with an optimal user experience, relevant content and advertising.
Binck may place cookies for purposes including the following:
- To analyse usage of the Website
- To improve the Website
Cookies cannot be used to identify an individual person. Cookies do not record your name, address, age or gender. You can easily remove cookies in your browser.
Can you block cookies?
If you would prefer Binck not to place cookies on your computer, you can use the privacy settings of your browser to block cookies from either specific websites or all cookies from all websites that you visit. The method varies depending on your browser; if necessary, consult the help function in your browser.
- More information on cookie settings for Chrome
- More information on cookie settings for Firefox
- More information on cookie settings for Internet Explorer
- More information on cookie settings for Safari
- More information on cookie settings for Flash
Note: if you block cookies, you will not always be able to use all the features of a website. Moreover, blocking cookies only affects the computer and browser on which you make this adjustment. If you use several computers and/or browsers you will have to make this adjustment as often as necessary.
Binck monitors which subjects or applications are of interest to users by, among other means, reviewing the subjects on the Website that are most frequently visited. These data are processed in aggregate form and anonymously for use by Binck. They can best be compared with audience figures for television and radio. Another example would be comparative research data, such as "users reading articles on asset management are often also interested in price information." Certain profiles are formulated on the basis of these data to enable Binck to establish which subjects on the Website are the most interesting to users and which groups of users consult the Website most frequently, enabling Binck to improve and expand the Website and more effectively design the Website to cater for the interests of users. Since the data used for this purpose are processed anonymously, personal data are not involved. Your privacy is therefore safeguarded.
Security measures regarding personal data
Binck ensures that suitable technical and organisational measures are in place to protect personal data against loss or any form of wrongful processing.
Your rights concerning your data
Users have the right to request information with regard to their personal data processed by us and may subsequently:
- Add to these data;
- Improve these data;
- Have these data removed;
- Have these data protected.
if the data are factually incorrect, incomplete for the purpose or purposes of processing, not relevant or are otherwise processed in conflict with a statutory provision.
Binck strives to keep your personal information correct and up to date. If there are changes to your personal information, we kindly request that you inform Binck accordingly in writing. If you are no longer interested in our offers, you can also notify Binck to this effect in writing.
How can you exercise these rights?
Binck reserves the right to change this privacy statement. Changes will be published on this Website.