The IED complies with the privacy legislation of EU's the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Does the IED collect personal data?
On this website the IED only collects personal data that you give us yourself through our contact form, by E-mail or by subscribing to our newsletter service.
What personal data does the IED process?
The IED only collects the personal data needed to carry out a service requested by you. Depending on the service that you request from the IED, we collect different types of personal data, which we limit strictly.
We need the following data to provide you with an appropriate service: If you want to subscribe to our newsletter service we need your E-mail address.
When and why does the IED process personal data?
The IED only processes these data if you have explicitly given your permission for this;
or, if we are legally obliged to process the data (e.g. your national registration number to issue a tax certificate);
or, if it is necessary in the public interest or for a legitimate purpose (e.g. displaying organisations and persons who have received financial support on our website).
How does the IED treat personal data?
Data about persons who are minors and sensitive personal data are always treated as confidential and never made public.
Your data are only used for the service you have requested (unless the conditions described in the paragraph above are met).
For example, if you subscribe for our newsletter, we will only use your details to send you this newsletter. Our newsletter also gives you the opportunity to unsubscribe at any time.
We never pass on your contact details to third parties for commercial purposes.
How long does the IED keep personal data?
The IED undertakes to keep your data for no longer than is necessary for the provision of our services within the context for which we collected the data.
Does the IED keep my personal data safe?
Your data are processed in a way that is safe. We use measures to protect your data from unauthorised access, use, loss or publication. These measures are tested on a regular basis and updated if necessary.
The IED works with a specialised partners to make the websites and other servers secure.
If any incident should nevertheless arise involving your data, you will be personally informed under the circumstances stipulated by law.
The number of employees who have access to your data is very limited.
What can I do about my own personal data?
You have the right to be 'forgotten'. To request this, please contact email@example.com.
You can access any of your personal data that are processed by the IED, view the data and correct or delete any data that are incorrect or incomplete. You can demand to update or delete your personal details.
If you consider that your data have been handled incorrectly, you can submit a complaint.
Legislation regarding cookies
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You may use your browser settings to refuse installation of cookies. You can find out how to refuse the installation of cookies in the most commonly used browsers by consulting the following website: www.aboutcookies.org.
You can remove cookies that have already been installed on your computer or mobile device at any time in your browser settings. The data collection and storage by Google Analytics can, at any time, be withdrawn with future effect here:
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