This page was last updated on 1 july 2019.
We are fully aware that you put your trust in us when it comes to our profession but also in how we treat each other and the information we have exchanged. We also see it as our responsibility to protect your privacy when it regards our mutual contacts and/or tasks.
This page is intended to inform you about the data we collect when you use our website, why we collect this data and how we use it to improve your user experience.
GorillaIT respects the privacy of all users of its site and takes care that the personal information you provide to us is handled in confidence.
How we use the collected data
Use of our services
When you agree to our request to provide personal details that is so that we can provide a response/ provide the requested service. The details are stored on GorillaIT’s own secured servers or those of a third party. We will not combine this data with another personal details we have.
When you send an e-mail or other message to us, we might save the messages. We sometimes request personal details from you that are relevant to the applicable situation. This enables us to process your questions and answer your request. We will not combine this data with another personal details we have.
The GorillaIT website uses the following non-functional cookies for the following applications:
- LinkedIn: on our websites we have incorporated buttons so that pages can be shared on the social network LinkedIn. Cookies are placed when you click these buttons, and unfortunately, we have no influence over that. The information that LinkedIn collects is anonymised as far as possible. LinkedIn states to adhere to the Safe Harbor principles and is affiliated to the Safe Harbor programme of the American Ministry of Trade.
If you disable cookies then you will notice the following:
- On the pages with a social media link, parts of the page will not be displayed correctly.
Blocking and deleting cookies
There are various ways to block or delete cookies. You can find more information on the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice site (veiliginternetten.nl, only in Dutch) among others.
The information is not shared with third parties. In some cases, your information may be shared internally. Our staff are obliged to respect the confidentiality of your details.
This privacy statement is aligned to the use and possibilities of this site. Any amendments and/or changes to this site could lead to changes to this privacy statement.
Options for personal details
We offer all visitors the possibility of requesting to inspect, change or delete all personal information that has been provided to us at any time.
Amend/unsubscribe to newsletter service
Onderaan iedere mailing vindt u de mogelijkheid om uw gegevens aan te passen of om u af te melden.
At the bottom of every mailing you will find the option to change your details or to unsubscribe.
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