This is the privacy statement of You2yourself BV (Y2Y) located at Hengelosestraat 500, 7521 AN in Enschede. Chamber of Commerce registration number: 71501975 with VAT number 858739781B01. Protecting the privacy of the users of Y2Y’s services is of the utmost importance to Y2Y. Personal data is therefore treated and secured with the greatest possible care. Y2Y complies in all cases with the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Act. Responsible for data processing is Y2Y. For questions or contact you can email firstname.lastname@example.org. Where we refer to “personal data” in this privacy statement, we mean the information you provide to us about yourself. Such as your name, e-mail address and telephone number. You do that completely voluntarily. Where we refer to “health data” in this privacy statement, we mean the information you provide us about yourself. Such as your medication use or any hereditary disorders. You do that completely voluntarily.
Purpose to process and store data
Your personal data will only be used to inform and contact you for what you have completed the relevant contact form for. The composition of the requested data has been adjusted per form in such a way that we do not request and / or store information that is not relevant to what you share your data for. Sharing your data is by definition completely voluntary. We distinguish 2 types of personal data that we process on this website:
- Information request: one form on the website aims to inform you about our services or a specific question that you have asked us yourself. The requested data is limited to name, e-mail and telephone number in order to be able to reach you for the requested information.
- Newsletter: you may sign up for the newsletter. After registering, you will periodically receive the newsletter by e-mail to provide you with the services and general information about Y2Y.
Duration of storage of personal data
Personal data is not stored longer than is strictly necessary. For contact form 1, data will be deleted 12 months after provision. We are then sure that there has been sufficient opportunity to inform you about what you have left your personal data for. With a newsletter registration we keep your data for as long as you are registered, you can actively unsubscribe yourself at any time via a link in the newsletter.
Your personal data is safe. The data entrusted is protected by technical and administrative security measures to minimize the risk of loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure and alteration. You can think of firewalls, encryption of data, secure connections and physical and administrative access controls to the data and servers.
Provision of personal data to third parties
To make the information you requested accessible, Y2Y works together with third parties. Think of a website administrator, a party that manages the cloud server (hosting), automatic telephone connection, newsletter system and administration software. An important partner is Amazon’s AVG-compliant cloud environment (AWS) www.aws.amazon.com. This cloud infrastructure is certified according to ISO 27001 for technical measures, ISO 27017 for cloud security, ISO 27018 for cloud privacy and ensures that Y2Y can get in touch with you. Within this cloud infrastructure, Y2Y has taken all possible measures to ensure that your data is sent, processed and stored securely (encrypted). Physically all data is processed and stored on servers located within the EU in Ireland. A so-called Processor Agreement has been concluded with all parties involved. This agreement guarantees, among other things, the security and timely deletion of your personal data.
Right to access, rectify, withdraw or delete personal data
We would like to point out the possibility to view, rectify, withdraw and / or have your personal data deleted from our database upon request. For this please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
The right to file a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority
If you disagree with the privacy statement described above or the way we handle your data? You then have the right to file a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority. This can be done via autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl.
This privacy statement can be changed at any time. We recommend that you regularly consult the privacy statement.