Privacy and cookie statement

We respect the privacy of visitors of the website and we ensure that the personal information you provide us will be treated confidentially. Processing of personal data takes place in a way that is in accordance with the requirements of the Protection of Personal Information Act.

Purposes of data processing
Your personal data are processed by us to establish and execute agreements with regard to judicial services and the management of resulting relations, including the execution of activities focused on the expansion of the customer base. When you enter a contact form or a subscription form on the website, or when you send us an email, the data that you provide us will be stored as long as necessary based on the nature of the form and the content of your email for the complete response and processing of it.

Clicking behavior and visitor data
On the website common visitor data is being tracked. In this context especially the IP address of your computer, a possible user name, the moment of request and data of the visitor the browser sends are registered and are used for statistical analysis of visitor and click behavior on the website. Furthermore, we use this to optimize the functioning of the website.

We try to anonymize the data as much as possible. We respect your privacy, data is NEVER given to third parties.

Google Analytics
We make use of Google Analytics to keep track of the way visitors use the Website and how effective our Adwords campaigns are at Search result pages of Google. The so obtained information is, including the address of your computer (IP address), transferred to and saved by Google on servers in the United States. Read the privacy policy of Google for more information, as well as the specific privacy policy of Google Analytics.

Google uses this information to keep track of how the website is being used, to provide reports about the Website to us and to provide information about the effectiveness of campaigns to advertisers. Google can share this information to third parties if Google is legally forced to do so, or as far as third parties process this data for Google. We have no influence on this. We did not give permission to Google to use the obtained analytics information for other Google services.

Facebook and Twitter
On this site buttons are included to be able to promote or to share pages on the social networks Facebook and Twitter. These button are realized by a code that is provided by Facebook and Twitter themselves. This code also places a cookie (see above). Read the privacy statement from Facebook and from Twitter (which can change regularly) to see what they do with your personal data that is included in this code.

We provide a newsletter with which we want to inform interested people about news in the area of IT and Internet rights, our services and related affairs. Your email address is only added upon your explicit permission to our list of subscribers. Every newsletter contains a link to unsubscribe yourself. The subscribers database of the newsletter is not shared with third parties. Also not once or for a short while.

Use of cookies.
We make use of cookies to provide electronic services. A cookie is a simple, small file that is sent together with our websites and is saved on the hard disk of your computer by you browser. We use cookies to save your settings and preferences. You can turn off these cookies through your browser, see for example the explanation given by the Dutch Consumer Association (Dutch: Consumentenbond).

Through our website cookies are placed from the American company Google, as part of the 'Analytics' service. We make use of this service to keep track and obtain reports about how visitors use the website. Google can share this information to third parties if Google is legally forced to do so, or as far as third parties process this data for Google. We have no influence on this.

Changing privacy statement
We reserve the right to change this privacy statement. Changes will be published on this website.