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The municipality of Hoorn and the Westfries Museum attach great value to the protection of your personal data. Sometimes we need your personal data to carry out our tasks. For example in the case of a reservation for an event.
We only use your personal data in case we are required to, based on the law or on an agreement, or in case you contact us with a question. We do not use your personal data for other tasks, unless you have authorised this. You can always revoke your consent. We ensure appropriate security of your personal data and we do not keep your data longer than is allowed.
What personal data do we use?
We only use personal data that are necessary for us to carry out our task. Often it pertains to names, addresses, telephone numbers or email addresses.
We record your personal data in the system that we use to carry out a task. The fact that we have your personal data does not mean that everyone has access to these. Your personal data are only used by employees who need it to carry out a task.
- Sometimes we bring in other organisations to carry out (a part of) a task for us. In that case it may occur that this organisation uses your personal data. We make agreements with these organisations regarding security and confidentiality.
- Sometimes we have a legal obligation to give your personal data to other parties, for example in case of a criminal investigation.
- We only share your data with other parties with your consent. You can always revoke your consent.
- Your personal data will not be sold or rented.
Do you wish to access or adjust your own personal information?
Do you want to know what information we gather? You can submit a request to access your personal data, to add, adjust in case the data are incorrect, block or destroy the data. You can also ask which personal data have been used and for which tasks.
Are you not satisfied about the personal data we have gathered about you, about the way in which these data have been gathered or how we handle your data? Please do indicate this via email or by telephone (+31(0)229 280028). We would be pleased to discuss matters with you. Should you not wish to discuss matters personally you can also file a complaint with us.
You can also file a complaint with the Dutch Personal Data Authority: Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens. This is the national supervisory body on compliance with the legal requirements for the protection of personal data.
When using your personal data all employees of the municipality of Hoorn comply with the Personal Data Protection Act: Wet bescherming persoonsgegevens (Wbp). As of 25 May 2018 the European General Data Protection Regulation applies. You will find more information regarding this legislation on the Dutch Personal Data Authority website: de Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens.