What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files or data that are sent to and stored on your browser, device, or the page you are viewing. Some cookies are deleted after you close your browser, while others are retained so you can be recognized when you return to our website. In addition to the cookies that CDR International may use, third parties can also place cookies through our website.
Which cookies does CDR International use?
We use three different types of cookies. Cookies on our site are generally divided into three different categories. An explanation on these categories involved can be found below. This includes third-party cookies.
These functional cookies improve and ensure that our website functions properly and make it easier for you to use. Functional cookies have little impact on privacy. The use of these cookies does not require permission from you as a visitor to the CDR International website. You are able to delete these cookies via your browser settings.
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In order to improve and adjust our website, we use analytical cookies. These allow us, for instance, to recognize and count the number of users of our website. These cookies are session cookies which are erased when you close the browser. We use Google Analytics for this.
Furthermore, the use of these cookies does not require the visitor to give permission. Just like the functional cookies you are able to delete cookies whenever you want via the settings of your browser.
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We may use third party cookies. For example, we may host videos from time to time. It is possible that these videos are hosted by YouTube and can be watched on our website through a YouTube player. YouTube places a cookie and sends information about your viewing behavior to its servers. You can watch the videos after you have given permission to place these cookies.
Giving permission for cookies
During your first visit to our website, you are able to give permission for cookies by clicking on ‘?????’ in the cookie notice. During each visit, functional and analytical cookies are placed on your device. Cookies from third parties are placed only with your permission. After setting your preferences, you can click on ‘?????’. Preferences can be changed at any time.
How do you delete cookies?
You can review your Internet browser settings and delete cookies via the settings of your browser, typically under the sections “Internet Options” or “Help”. This also revokes the previously granted permission. Please note that it is possible that our website will not work optimally when cookies are deleted.
CDR-International may change this cookie statement from time to time. For example, if we adjust the website or if the rules about cookies change. We therefore recommend that you review this statement regularly. The effective date of our Cookies Statement is posted below.
This Privacy Statement explains in what way CDR International B.V. (the “Company”) collects, uses, and otherwise processes Personal Data (defined below) about visitors to our website and other online properties.
“Personal Data” is information that enables you to be identified as a person or recognized directly or indirectly.
As set out in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we qualify as a party that processes Personal Data in the role of data controller. Therefore, we are responsible for ensuring that the systems and processes we use are compliant with data protection laws, to the extend applicable to CDR International.
Personal Data we process
We collect the following categories of Personal Data about visitors, clients, suppliers and possibly other third parties:
- Basic data, such as: your phone number, name, email address and information about, for example, your title, the company you work for and job responsibilities;
- Technical data, such as: your Internet Protocol (IP) address, cookies, pages you view and the device you use;
- All types of Personal data you provide in order for us to process your job application;
- Financial information, such as: your bank account number;
- Compliance data, such as: government identifiers;
- All other types of Personal Data we acquire from you or about you, which we use for the purposes cited elsewhere in this Privacy Statement.
Sharing of Personal Data
We may share certain categories of data, as cited above, with the following (but not limited to) recipients:
- Suppliers and service providers: in order to enable these parties to perform functions on our behalf. The use of data, for example, for infrastructure and IT services providers;
- Financial institutions: sharing Personal Data in connection with invoicing and payments;
- Mandatory disclosures and legal claims: in order to comply with the Companies tax reporting obligations or other legally enforceable demands.
Third parties to whom we provide your Personal Data are also responsible themselves for the processing of that data and for compliance with the GDPR.
In order to improve the contents and the user experience of our website, we collect data about user behavior of our website’s visitors. We are using Google Analytics as a third party for this.
If you think we forgot to mention certain (categories of) parties with whom we share Personal Data: please do not hesitate to contact us as specified below.
Data Subject Rights
Every person in the EEA (European Economic Area) has the following rights:
You have the right to request a copy of your Personal Data we are processing. We will provide this to you digitally. We may charge a reasonable administration fee in case you want multiple copies of your Personal Data.
You have the right to have incomplete or inaccurate Personal Data completed or amended. You also have the right to request we delete the Personal Data we are processing about you. This is unless we are required to retain such data in order to comply with a legal obligation or to establish, exercise or defend legal claims. Furthermore, you can request that we restrict our processing of your Personal Data where one of the following applies:
- You believe your data is inaccurate;
- Our processing is unlawful;
- We no longer need to process the data for a particular purpose, but we are not able to delete the data due to a legal or other obligation or because you do not want us to delete it.
Under certain circumstances you have the right to request we transfer your Personal Data to another data controller or object to the processing. We will assess whether we can comply with your request with regards to the law.
Finally, you also have the right to submit questions or lodge a complaint with the supervisory protection authority if you are located in the EEA.
We have taken suitable technical and organizational measures in order to prevent misuse, loss or unauthorized amendment of your Personal Data. While we always try to protect our systems and information against unauthorized access, use, modification, and disclosure, due to the inherent nature of the Internet and other risk factors, we cannot guarantee that any information, during transmission or while stored on our systems, will be absolutely safe from intrusion by others.
Furthermore, you play an important role in protecting your own Personal Data. We recommend that you do not re-use passwords across more than one website. We also recommend that you should not share authentication data provided to you with anyone. Please make sure to keep your systems updated at all times.
For how long do we retain your personal data?
We retain your Personal Data no longer than necessary to fulfill the purposes outlined in this Privacy Statement, and in otherwise possible specified applicable record retention policies and procedures.
If a statutory obligation exists to retain data or there is a retention period on grounds of professional or conduct regulations, we will maintain these periods correctly.
Grounds and purposes of dataprocessing
The legal bases for processing Personal Data and the purposes for which we use Personal Data are as follows:
Our first and foremost reason for processing the data is for the implementation of an agreement between CDR International and other parties. Another possible reason can be a statutory obligation. A third reason could be due to a justifiable interest and balancing of interest. An important and last reason is the processing of Personal Data with your permission. We use these legal grounds, as can be found in the GDPR, for certain purposes.
A purpose for processing data is to respond to inquiries, manage business operations and administer our client relationships. This processing is necessary in order to perform our obligations under the contracts with our (future) clients. An example is the processing of invoices.
Another purpose is to make our site mote intuitive and easy to use. Therefore, we use device data to provide a better service to our site users. Furthermore, we use data to address compliance and legal obligations, such as tax reporting obligations and checking the identity of new clients. In order to handle a job application or processing questions, we will request your Personal Data. An example is the request of Personal Data such as your name in the contact form on our website.
If you would like to know more or if you have questions or complaints about our processing of your Personal Data, you can contact us as follows: info@cdr-international or CDR International BV, Koningin Wilheminalaan 43, 3818HN Amersfoort (The Netherlands).
CDR International may change this privacy statement from time to time. For example, if we adjust the website or if the applicable privacy-rules change. We therefore recommend that you review this statement regularly. The effective date of our Privacy Statement is posted below.
This information was last modified on 22 November 2021.