Personal Data Protection Act
The Personal Data Protection Act came into effect on 1 September 2001. This Act describes the rights of people whose particulars are used and the obligations of organizations or companies that use that information. This Act also applies to data that is processed via Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus The Hague website. This means that personal data that is collected via the Internet and stored, used, correlated, concealed or made available in any form is subject to this Act.
What is Meant by Personal Data?
Personal data is information that can be traced to an 'identified or identifiable natural person'. This means that the name of the person to whom the data pertains is known or traceable. Examples of personal data are people's names and home or email addresses.
How Does Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus The Hague Handle Your Personal Data?
Your data is handled in a befitting, careful manner in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act. This means that there may be situations in which we will ask your permission to process your personal data, but normally it will be used only for the purpose for which you have provided it. For example, the name and address you may have entered to receive certain information will not be used to send you other information (unless you have indicated that you are interested in other information). Nor will your personal data be used for other purposes, such as sending you newsletters from third parties. However, your personal data may be used for identification purposes if the website is used to commit an offence or make an illegal statement (and in other exceptional circumstances as stated in Section 43 of the Personal Data Protection Act).
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You are welcome to ask us what happens to your particulars. You can use the information form to indicate that you do not want your personal data to be processed.