The Maritime Marketeer
Article 1: Definitions
- Data subject: the natural person who (on behalf of a company) has concluded an agreement with The Maritime Marketeer, or the natural person who (on behalf of a company) has contacted The Maritime Marketeer in relation to the conclusion and/or implementation of the agreement, or the natural person who (on behalf of a company) visits the website;
- agreement: the agreement between The Maritime Marketeer and the data subject based on which the data subject makes use of the service offered by The Maritime Marketeer;
- website: the maritimemarketeer.com website, managed by The Maritime Marketeer;
- profiling: the processing of personal data during which certain personal aspects of the data subject are assessed in order to analyse or predict his personal preferences, interests, online search behaviour, or location;
- personal data: data that can be used to identify a natural person.
Article 2: Personal data
- The Maritime Marketeer considers the careful handling of personal data very important. The Maritime Marketeer acts in accordance with applicable laws and regulations when it processes personal data.
- The Maritime Marketeer handles personal data with care and treats them confidentially.
- The Maritime Marketeer collects personal data about the data subject when the data subject has provided these personal data to The Maritime Marketeer (through the website) or when the data subject visits the website or has contacted The Maritime Marketeer by phone or email.
- The Maritime Marketeer collects and processes (depending on the use and need, such as requesting a quotation through the website, analytics, or the conclusion of an agreement) the following personal data:
- first and last name;
- postcode and city;
- bank account number;
- telephone number;
- email address;
- IP address;
- browsing behaviour;
- location details.
- The Maritime Marketeer does not process any special personal data of data subjects.
- The website and/or service does not aim to collect data about website visitors who are below the age of 16, unless a parent or guardian has given permission for this. However, The Maritime Marketeer cannot verify whether a visitor is over the age of 16. The Maritime Marketeer recommends parents to be involved in the online activities of their children in order to avoid the collection of data about children without parental consent. If the data subject is convinced that The Maritime Marketeer has collected personal data about a minor without this permission, the data subject must contact The Maritime Marketeer using the contact details provided in Article 12.1 to enable The Maritime Marketeer to end the processing and remove the personal data.
Article 3: Grounds for and purposes of the processing
- The ground for the processing of personal data is the implementation of the agreement or the pre-contractual measures taken at the request of the data subject. Profiling will take place with the permission of the data subject.
- The Maritime Marketeer collects and processes personal data for the following purposes:
- handling questions and/or comments from the data subject;
- issuing a quotation and/or offer to the data subject;
- concluding the agreement;
- contacting the data subject in relation to the performance of the agreement;
- maintaining a customer relationship with the data subject;
- expanding and updating a customer portfolio;
- sending an invoice;
- complying with administrative obligations;
- to offer personalised advertisements and content to the data subject (profiling). Also refer to Article 4 in this respect;
- sending the data subject a newsletter, provided he has given permission for this. Also refer to Article 5 in this respect;
- improving the website and services of The Maritime Marketeer;
- generating general statistics concerning the use of the website.
- The data subject has the contractual obligation to provide his name, address, telephone number, and email address. No agreement can be concluded without the name, address, telephone number, and email address.
- The Maritime Marketeer will not keep the personal data longer than strictly necessary to fulfil the purposes for which the personal data are processed as described in Article 3.2.
- The Maritime Marketeer only processes personal data that are absolutely required for the existing purposes. The Maritime Marketeer strives for as little processing of data as possible.
- The Maritime Marketeer will not process personal data for any other purposes than those described above.
Article 4: Profiling
- Profiling will only take place if the data subject has given The Maritime Marketeer permission for this. This permission can be revoked by the data subject at any time.
- Profiling has the following purpose:
- showing advertisements or other content to the data subject on the website of which The Maritime Marketeer suspects that these match the interests of the data subject;
- marketing analyses;
- sending a personalised newsletter.
- Profiling can be done using a combination of the data provided by the data subject when creating an account and using data derived from various cookies.
- The Maritime Marketeer can process the following data for profiling purposes:
- location details;
- queries entered on the website;
- browsing behaviour.
Article 5: Newsletters
- Newsletters will only be sent to data subjects if these have given The Maritime Marketeer explicit unambiguous permission for this. The data subject can always unsubscribe from newsletters. Refer to Article 6 in this respect.
- The Maritime Marketeer will not contact the data subject for direct marketing purposes if he has not given permission for this.
Article 6: Unsubscribing from newsletters
- The data subject can unsubscribe from newsletters in the following ways:
- by clicking the relevant link included in the newsletter;
- by contacting The Maritime Marketeer using the contact details in Article 12.1.
- Each newsletter sent to the data subject will include a link that can be used by the data subject to unsubscribe from the newsletters.
Article 7: Deletion of personal data
- The Maritime Marketeer will delete personal data from its systems without any unreasonable delay, if (inter alia):
- the personal data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were processed;
- the data subject objects to the processing of his personal data and this objection is justified;
- the personal data are incorrect or outdated.
- The Maritime Marketeer is not required to delete personal data in situations in which the “right to be forgotten” as described by law does not apply.
Article 8: Disclosing personal data to third parties
- The Maritime Marketeer will not disclose the personal data of the data subject to third parties until:
- The Maritime Marketeer has received explicit prior permission for this from the data subject;
- one of the legal grounds exists based on which the disclosure of personal data to a third party is permitted;
- this is necessary to implement the agreement;
- The data subject can always revoke his permission for the disclosure of personal data to third parties.
Article 9: Right to access, transferability, rectification, and deletion
- The Maritime Marketeer will grant the data subject access to all personal data concerning him in the possession of The Maritime Marketeer. The Maritime Marketeer will also provide the data subject with a copy of these personal data to enable him to provide these personal data to a third party at no cost.
- The Maritime Marketeer will give the data subject the opportunity to correct or delete any incorrect data concerning him in the possession of The Maritime Marketeer at no cost.
- The request for access, changes, or removal of data can be submitted to The Maritime Marketeer in writing or by email. Refer to Article 12.1 for the contact details of The Maritime Marketeer. The Maritime Marketeer will respond to such request as soon as possible, at the latest within 4 weeks.
Article 10: Objections
- The data subject can file an objection with The Maritime Marketeer concerning the processing of his personal data if he has a good reason to do so considering the specific situation. Once The Maritime Marketeer has received the objection, it will stop processing the personal data of the data subject, unless The Maritime Marketeer has a legitimate interest in processing the personal data of the data subject which outweighs the interest of the data subject.
Article 11: Right to limitation
- If the data subject has submitted a request to modify, supplement, or delete his personal data, or an objection to the processing of his personal data, and the handling, processing, and implementation of this request of objection takes some time, the data subject can request The Maritime Marketeer to limit the processing of his personal data.
Article 12: Contact
- The data subject can use the contact details listed below to contact The Maritime Marketeer to ask questions about the way in which The Maritime Marketeer processes personal data, to revoke his permission for the processing of his personal data, to request access to the personal data concerning him, to request a copy of his personal data, to request modification or deletion of his personal data, to request to limit the processing of his personal data, or to submit an objection against the processing of his personal data.
The Maritime Marketeer
Address: Warande 35
Postcode/city: 3116 CA Schiedam
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
telephone number: +31(0)6 – 1220 7796
- The Maritime Marketeer will inform the data subject if it modifies, supplements, or removes his personal data, if it ends or limits the processing of his personal data, or if it has processed a revoked permission in response to a corresponding request.
Article 13: Security measures
- The Maritime Marketeer has taken various security measures to avoid unauthorised access to and loss, theft, and unlawful use of personal data, including measures against unauthorised access, use, modification, unlawful and unintentional destruction, and unintentional loss of personal data.
- The Maritime Marketeer will take the following security measures:
- the use of systems with strong passwords to prevent unauthorised access to information systems;
- the use of secure network connections;
- data provided to The Maritime Marketeer will be stored in a secure web environment;
- timely software updates and backups on external, unconnected, secure data carriers;
- as a rule, email messages and/or other documents which include personal data of data subjects will not be printed. If something must be printed, the document will be kept in a secure cabinet or destroyed immediately after use;
- physical protection of its IT facilities and equipment against unauthorised access, damage and disruptions.
Article 15: Amendments
Article 16: Data breach
- If a security incident has occurred at The Maritime Marketeer which affected personal data of a sensitive nature, or which had a serious adverse impact on the protection of the processed personal data for any other reason, The Maritime Marketeer will inform the Dutch Data Protection Authority within 72 hours of discovering the data breach, and act in accordance with the data breach notification duty policy rules of this authority.
- The Maritime Marketeer will immediately inform an affected data subject in case of a data breach at The Maritime Marketeer with adverse consequences for his privacy.
Article 17: Cookies
- The Maritime Marketeer uses functional, analytical, and tracking cookies.
- A cookie is a small text file that is stored in the browser of the device used by the data subject when he first visits the website.
- The Maritime Marketeer only places tracking cookies if the data subject has given permission for this prior to the website visit. Before the data subject has given permission for tracking cookies, only functional and analytical cookies will be placed, which will not have any consequences for the privacy of the data subject.
- The data subject can opt out of cookies by configuring his browser not to accept cookies. The data subject can also remove previously-stored information using his browser settings. More information about enabling, disabling, and deleting cookies can be found in the instructions and/or using the Help feature of the browser. Functional cookies are necessary for the correct performance of a website. If the data subject removes functional cookies, this may affect the correct performance of the website and The Maritime Marketeer may be unable to (properly) provide its services.
- Types of cookies and purposes:
The party placing the cookie The type of cookie The purpose for which the cookie is placed The Maritime Marketeer Functional cookie Functional cookies make sure that the website works properly. These cookies are used, for example, to enable the data subject to access the website.
Functional cookies enable the website to recognise the data subject if he visits the website again. This is useful as it ensures that the visitor does not need to log in again every time he visits the website.
The Maritime Marketeer uses Google Analytics. Analytical cookie The use of analytical cookies allows The Maritime Marketeer to determine how the data subject uses the website, and enables The Maritime Marketeer to improve the website accordingly. Analytical cookies are not shared with or used by third parties and are not linked to the name or email address of the data subject. The Maritime Marketeer has configured Google Analytics in such a manner that visitors to the website remain anonymous. The Maritime Marketeer Tracking cookie Conducting market analyses and personalised marketing activities.
Article 18: Submitting a complaint