Privacy statement and cookies
As part of its (online) services, Teeuwissen records
information relating to you. Please read this privacy statement to
find out how Teeuwissen uses your personal information.
What is a cookie?
that is sent to your computer along with the pages [and/or Flash
applications] of this website, and which your browser stores on
your computer's hard drive. Information logged in a cookie can
subsequently be resent to our servers the next time you visit our
Use of permanent cookies
We use permanent cookies to recognise you every time you visit our
website. This allows us to tailor the website to your preferences.
And if you have given your permission to us storing cookies on your
computer, a cookie enables us to remember that. As a result, you
will not have to keep repeating your preferences, which will save
you time and make visiting our website even more enjoyable. You can
always delete permanent cookies through your browser
Use of session cookies
Session cookies give us insight into what parts of the website you
have visited during your current session. This allows us to adapt
our service to our visitors' navigation behaviour to the greatest
possible degree. These cookies are deleted automatically as soon as
you close your browser.
When visiting our website, a Google Analytics cookie is also stored
on your computer. We use Google's Analytics service to track
website traffic and obtain reports on how visitors use our website.
Only if legally obliged to do so, Google will pass this information
on to third parties, and Google may also submit this information to
third parties whenever third parties are used to process the
information on Google's behalf. This is beyond our control. We have
explicitly not given Google permission to use obtained Analytics
information for other Google services.
The information Google collects will be anonymised as much as
possible. Your IP address will expressly not be included in the
information. Google will send the information to and store it on
U.S.-based servers. Google has agreed to abide by Safe Harbor
Privacy Principles and has signed on to the U.S. Department of
Commerce's Safe Harbor program. This means that possible personal
information is appropriately protected during processing.
On our website, you will encounter two buttons that are intended to
promote ("like") or share ("tweet") webpages on social networks
such as Facebook and Twitter. These buttons function on the basis
of code developed by Facebook and Twitter respectively. This code
stores cookies on your computer. This is beyond our control. Please
read Facebook's and Twitter's respective privacy statements (which
are subject to regular change) to find out how they handle the
(personal) information they process by using these cookies.
Right to access and correct or delete your information
You have the right to access and correct or delete your
information. Please go to our contact page if you want to exercise
that right. To prevent improper use, we may ask you for adequate
proof of identity. In case it concerns access to personal
information linked to a cookie, please attach a copy of the cookie
to your request. You can find all cookies in your browser
Enabling and disabling cookies and deleting cookies
Information on how to enable and disable cookies, as well as on how
to delete cookies that have already been stored on your computer,
is available in the instructions and/or through your browser's Help