Privacy and cookie policy

This document outlines the principles by which the Data Controller manages user's personal data and employs cookies.


The capitalized terms in this policy are defined as follows:

a) “Data Controller” – Refers to B.V., located at Wim Duisenbergplantsoen 31, 6331SE Maastricht, The Netherlands, Chamber of Commerce (KvK) Register number 70251924.

b) “Mobile Application” – A software application developed for use on mobile devices, which facilitates the use of the Services.

c) “Policy” – This document that delineates the principles of personal data handling and the guidelines related to the Data Data Controller’s use of cookies.

d) “GDPR” – The General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679), instituted by the European Parliament and Council on April 27, 2016, concerning the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data, replacing Directive 95/46/EC.

e) “Website” – The online platform accessible at

f) “Service” – A service provided electronically as referred to in the Digital Services Act (Regulation (EU) 2022/2065).

g) “User” or “you” – An individual who uses the Services.


1. The Policy is applicable to all Users who utilize the Services provided by the Data Controller, as well as to all visitors to the Website and those who use the Application.

2. Prior to using the Services, the User should acquaint themselves with this Policy.

3. The Data Controller is not accountable for links that enable Users to directly access websites managed by other entities.

4. If the User clicks on a link to third-party websites or services, the User should review the privacy policies implemented by these entities.


1. B.V., with its registered office in Wim Duisenbergplantsoen 31, 6331SE Maastricht, The Netherlands, Chamber of Commerce (KvK) Register number 70251924, is the Data Controller of the User’s personal data.

2. Any inquiries, requests regarding the exercise of rights, and comments concerning the Policy and the processing of personal data by the Data Controller should be submitted in writing to the address provided at


The Data Controller processes Users’ personal data based on at least one of the legal bases listed below:

1. Consent

The legal basis for processing personal data is Article 6(1)(a) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – User’s consent.

You may be requested to provide consent for the processing of your personal data, or you may independently and voluntarily provide your personal data to the Data Controller (e.g., by filling in optional fields of the form).

Consent is always voluntary. You may withdraw the consent at any time. However, the withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of data processing before its withdrawal.

Your consent is obtained to enable the Data Controller to share electronic data collected automatically through cookies. Processing of this data by the Data Controller for profiling and displaying personalized advertisements may be carried out in connection with the Data Controller’s legitimate interest.

2. Performance of the Contract

The legal basis for processing personal data is Article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR – taking steps to enter into a contract and performing the contract.

The Data Controller may process your personal data due to the ongoing process of entering into contracts and, subsequently, the performance of contracts, including contracts related to using the Services.

If you represent an entity with which the Data Controller has entered into a contract, your data is processed to pursue the legitimate interests of the Data Controller (Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR), i.e., entering into and performing a contract with the represented entity.

3. Legal Obligation

The legal basis for processing personal data is Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR – compliance with a legal obligation to which the Data Controller is subject, resulting from specific legal provisions.

The Data Controller may process User’s personal data due to the need to fulfil legal obligations. This includes situations where data, such as data resulting from issued invoices, must be stored for accounting and tax purposes.

4. Legitimate Interest

The legal basis for processing personal data is Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR – the pursuit of the legitimate interests of the Data Controller.

Based on legitimate interests, the Data Controller may process User’s personal data to:

When using the Services, information necessary to ensure technical access to the Services is collected. Such information includes:

The above data, contained in the so-called system logs, are used by the Data Controller to improve the Services, adapt them to Users’ needs, and more effectively resolve detected malfunctions.


1. The Data Controller may disclose Users’ personal data only when there is a legal basis for doing so, including at the request of entities authorized under the law or when it is necessary to provide services offered by the Data Controller (e.g., entities providing services to the Data Controller).

2. Your personal data may be disclosed at the request of public authorities or other entities authorized to access such data under legal provisions, particularly when it is necessary to ensure the security of the Data Controller’s systems or the rights of other Users.

3. Entities providing services to the Data Controller, including the delivery of services to Users, may access your personal data. These entities may include IT service providers, service subcontractors, providers of analytical services and online opinion research, agencies handling e-mail campaigns, advertising agencies, law firms, and debt collection agencies.

4. Your data may be transferred to third countries, i.e., outside the European Economic Area. In such cases, data is transferred only to countries for which the European Commission has issued a decision confirming the existence of an adequate level of personal data protection. In the absence of such a decision, the Data Controller and its providers apply additional safeguards, including standard contractual clauses.


You have the rights indicated below concerning your personal data processed by the Data Controller.

1. Right of access to personal data.

Upon your request, the Data Controller will provide information on what personal data of yours is processed and will provide a copy of such data.

2. Right to rectification of personal data.

In cases where your personal data is inaccurate or incomplete, you may request the Data Controller to rectify or complete it.

3. Right to erasure of personal data.

In certain situations, you may request the Data Controller to delete personal data processed by the Data Controller (e.g., when the data is no longer necessary for the provision of services by the Data Controller).

4. Right to restriction of the processing of personal data.

You may request the Data Controller to temporarily suspend the processing of your data (e.g., not to send marketing information to the provided e-mail address) in specific situations. For example, you may request the restriction of processing of your personal data when you object to the processing or when you question the accuracy of the data. Despite the restriction of processing, the Data Controller will still be authorized to store personal data.

5. Right to request personal data portability.

In specific situations (e.g., regarding data processed based on consent), you have the right to receive personal data processed by the Data Controller in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format to transmit the data to another Data Controller.

6. Right to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data.

If the processing of personal data is based on your consent, you may withdraw the consent at any time. The withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing carried out by the Data Controller based on consent before its withdrawal.

7. Right to object to the processing of personal data.

You may request the Data Controller to cease the processing of your personal data due to your particular situation when:

  • The Data Controller processes your personal data based on its own legitimate interest or that of a third party, except when those interests override your interests, rights, and freedoms.
  • Your personal data is processed for direct marketing purposes;
  • The processing of personal data includes automated decision-making in relation to you, including profiling.

8. Right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority President (address: P.O. Box 93374, 2509AJ The Hague, The Netherlands) regarding the processing of personal data by the Data Controller.


1. The Data Controller retains Users’ personal data only for the time necessary to fulfil the purposes for which the data was collected and for the time required by law (e.g., five years from the end of the tax year in accordance with tax regulations). After this period, the data will be deleted or may be anonymized so that your identity cannot be determined.

2. Personal data may be stored for a longer period if such an obligation is imposed by law or if it is necessary for the Data Controller to defend or assert claims against Users.

3. If the basis for data processing is the need to perform a contract, the data will be processed for the duration of its performance and until the expiration of the limitation period for claims arising from the contract or until the completion of proceedings.

4. Personal data processed solely based on consent will be processed until such consent is withdrawn, but no longer than is necessary for the specified purpose.

5. If the basis for processing personal data is the legitimate interest of the Data Controller, the data will be processed until you effectively object.

The Data Controller does not use the Users’ personal data for automated decision-making, nor does it transfer it to international organizations.


1. The Data Controller provides a link to the current Privacy Policy in the Website’s menu.

Cookies and similar technologies


The Controller employs automated data storage mechanisms on the Website to enhance user experience. These mechanisms are collectively referred to as "cookies" in this Policy.

Cookies are digital data, specifically text files, stored on the User's device for the purpose of using the Website. They typically contain the originating website's name, the duration of storage on the device, and a unique number.

Through cookies, the Controller gathers statistical data about your online activity, preferences, and usage of the Website. This information helps tailor the content and services to your liking.

The Website utilizes two primary types of cookies: "session cookies" and "persistent cookies". Session cookies are temporary files that remain on your device until you log out, exit the webpage, or close the browser. Persistent cookies, on the other hand, stay on your device for a predetermined period or until manually deleted. They enable the Website to recognize your device upon subsequent visits.

For mobile devices, a similar cookie acceptance mechanism is in place, allowing the system to remember each User's information.


Cookies are used to:

Cookies on your device may also be utilized by advertisers, partners, and third parties collaborating with the Controller (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, Google, etc.).


The Website uses the following types of cookies:

The Controller also employs web analytics tools like Google Analytics, Google Ads, Facebook Ads, and Quora Ads for insights into website traffic and marketing purposes.


You have the right to consent to the installation of non-essential files on your device. You can modify cookie settings at any time to block automatic cookie administration or to receive notifications each time cookies are placed on your device. Detailed information on managing cookies is available in your browser's software settings and help files.

You can also delete stored cookies using appropriate functions in your web browser, dedicated programs, or tools in your operating system.

Given the variety of browsers and website management applications, managing cookies varies across different browsers. We recommend familiarizing yourself with privacy/security management functions before using the Website.

Please note that restricting cookie usage may impact some functionalities on the Website. For more information about cookies, visit


Similar to websites, mobile application Users are informed about the use of files akin to cookies in a web browser. These files store information about your preferences and application settings. A notification about such file usage appears on sites where applications can be legally downloaded, such as mobile operating system manufacturers' stores. Installing and using mobile applications downloaded from any source implies consent to store files similar to cookies on your device.


Consent to Cookies

You can consent to the installation of cookies on your device, and this consent can be withdrawn at any time.

Deleting, Disabling, and Restoring Cookie Storage

The method for changing cookie settings varies depending on the internet browser used. Information about cookies can be found in the "Help" section of any web browser.

Cookies in Web Browsers

In the browser settings, select the option that corresponds to privacy settings. Detailed instructions for can be found in the help system of your Web browser.