Buren N.V. (BUREN) places great importance on the protection of privacy and the security of personal data. We will always process personal data in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the GDPR Implementation Act and other applicable laws and regulations.
This Policy was last amended on: 10-05-2018
Use of Personal Data
Various parts of our website, www.burenlegal.com, use and request personal data. For instance, you can ask for a brochure, register for an event or seminar, apply for a vacancy or subscribe to BUREN’s newsletters. The information that you provide (which consists of your name, position, company name, address, e-mail address, language preference and the specific areas of law and jurisdictions that you are interested in) will always be used to attend to your request and will not be used for purposes other than those that you are aware of at the time of your request. Your information will not be disclosed to third parties without your consent, unless we are unable to perform your request in any other way.
In addition to the personal data that we obtain from your visits to our website, we also collect personal data that you have provided to us in other ways, such as when you enter into an agreement with us, give us your business card or apply for a job. We may also obtain personal data from other sources, such as from another lawyer, opposing parties, the Commercial Register, the Land Registry Office or by using other public sources.
The personal data that we obtain directly and indirectly from you will be processed at all times under one or more of the following legal bases:
Security of personal data
BUREN, and any third parties that we have engaged to process your personal data, have taken all of the appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect personal data against unauthorised or unlawful processing, unintended loss, destruction, damage, modification or disclosure. These measures provide an appropriate level of security.
In the event of a serious data breach, BUREN will notify the Dutch Data Protection Authority (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens). If the data breach is likely to have unfavourable consequences for your privacy, you will also be notified of the data breach.
Storage of data
BUREN does not store personal data for longer than is necessary for the purposes for which this data was obtained, and to satisfy the applicable laws and regulations.
In the event that personal data is processed as part of a job application, BUREN will not store this data for longer than the statutory storage period, unless you have given express consent to storing this data for longer. You may do this, for instance, if you are applying for future vacancies. In that case, we will store your personal data for a maximum of 1 year.
Cookies are small files that are saved on your computer by your browser so that a website can save and retrieve information.
Our website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service provided by Google Inc. (Google). Google Analytics uses various cookies. These cookies are stored on your computer for an unlimited time. Google Analytics records, among other things, the pages viewed by visitors to our website, which country they come from, what they click on, which browser they use and which screen resolution they use. This information is used to optimise the website.
This means that Google acts as a processor for processing personal data through BUREN. BUREN has entered into a processor’s agreement with Google for this purpose.
If you have installed Adobe Flash on your computer and listen to audio files or watch video files on this website, Google Analytics will use a Local Shared Object or Flash Cookie to measure how often an audio file and/or video file is played, how many visitors in total have played the audio or video file and how many visitors have stopped the file while it is playing.
Furthermore, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn may use this website to place cookies because visitors to our website are able to share the information on our website using these organisation’s icons. For more information about the privacy guidelines of these organisations, please see the respective websites.
Rejection and deletion of cookies
You can configure your browser in such a way that it does not save cookies, that each cookie can be individually accepted or rejected or that all cookies are deleted when you close your browser. You can find a useful step-by-step plan for managing cookies on the website of the Dutch Consumers’ Association (Consumentenbond).
Cookies are placed on each computer that you use for visiting websites. If you do not wish to receive any further cookies at all, you should adjust the configurations on all of the computers you use.
Please note, rejecting and/or deleting cookies also affects cookies that are strictly necessary. By doing so, you may limit the possibilities to use our websites or parts of these websites.
You have the following rights regarding your personal data:
In regard to the rights described above, situations may arise in which we are authorised to continue processing your personal data, in particular to comply with our legal and statutory obligations.