We respect our visitor’s privacy and will take care of a confidential treatment of your personal data. Processing personal data happens in accordance with the demands of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
We store your data like name, email address, company name and phone number in a database. The processing of your data is reported to the Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens. Your data will be used in executing agreements like the 100%EMAIL Update. Besides, we are able to use your data to keep you updated on interesting information.
Your data could be analysed in order to send you highly and only relevant information based on your interests. You are able to demand your own data for correction or removal. For this, you can send an email to email@example.com, alongside the correct data.
In 2017, 100%EMAIL officially received the Privacy Guarantee label. With the quality label from the DDMA, organisations are able to show their relations that they process the data usable for marketing purposes in the right way. Based on an enforcement policy the DDMA judges if organisations comply with strict regulations and legal obligations.
What are cookies?
A cookie is the small text file a website leaves on your hard drive at the moment you visit this particular website. Its most important feature is to deviate one user from the other. Because of this, cookies are commonly found on websites with login portals. A cookie makes sure you are logged in during your visit to the website.
Using cookies makes it possible for us to retrieve information from earlier visits when you revisit our website. In general, cookies make sure you are logged in, retain particular settings and know what site elements you have seen before. Cookies that let the website adapt to your personal desires are called functional cookies.
Next to the functional cookies are the analytical cookies that 100%EMAIL uses. A well-known example is Google Analytics. These cookies store statistical data on website usage, processing only anonymous information. The information 100%EMAIL retrieves from this is used to analyse and optimise our website’s functionality.
Information on your visiting behaviour might be used to adjust advertisements to your interests. 100%EMAIL uses only anonymous information for this.
The visitor profiles 100%EMAIL makes based on first party cookies, will never be shared with third parties and will only be used to optimise 100%EMAIL’s quality and relevance.
What cookies does 100%EMAIL use?
Tracking cookies will be placed on your device by us, in order to recognise your device when you revisit our website. There are two types of tracking cookies: session cookies and permanent cookies. With session cookies we are able to see what elements of the website you visited with that particular device. With permanent cookies we are able to recognise your device when you revisit our website later.
Tracking cookies in our advertisements
With tracking cookies we collect information on what advertisements you have seen and what advertisements you have clicked on.
Via our website, Google places cookies. We use these cookies on our social media channels Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as well. They are used to get a better insight in our website’s usage and optimising our website.
Share Buttons Social Media
On our website, you might find buttons to promote pages on Facebook, Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn. These buttons function through a piece of code originating from the social media themselves. This code places cookies where we have no influence on ourselves.
Decline or remove cookies
Without cookies it is nearly impossible for us to offer you, our visitor, the best experience in visiting our website. Analysing statistics or determining popular content will in this case not be possible, making it impossible for us to optimise our website. But if you do not want us to place cookies, here is how to remove them:
Removing cookies on Internet Explorer
Go to menu Extra > Internet Options > General. Select “Browser History” and remove. You might not want to remove everything. Make sure that at least Cookies is selected and remove them.
Removing cookies on Firefox
Go to menu Extra > Options > Privacy. Select “Remove recent history”. Under Details you can specify what you want to remove exactly. Please select Cookies at least. You can also indicate how old the cookies should be. Select “All”.
Removing cookies on Chrome
Select the three dots in the upper right of the screen. Select Options > Advanced Options. Select Privacy and then Remove browse history. Make sure that you select Cookies and other site data. You can also indicate how old the cookies should be. Select “All”.
Although we share our cookie statement with you, it is possible that things change in the online landscape involving cookies. We will try our very best to keep this up to date. Next to that, it is possible that there are cookies in so called embedded documents on our website. These documents belong to a third party. We have no influence on the processing of these cookies.