When you visit the website, some information may be stored (on your computer) in the form of a cookie to recognize you on your next visit automatically. These cookies do not store any personal information but are a tool for your browser to make it easier for you to view websites quickly. You can enable, disable, and/or delete cookies in your browser. If desired, you can also limit ad tracking yourself using an adblocker. Disabling cookies does affect the use of our webshop. It is possible that certain elements no longer function optimally.
Sometimes cookies are placed by social media. Example: If you are logged in to Facebook and share a product or page from our website to Facebook. These are also regular communication cookies, and we store no personal data.
Funhunters uses Google Analytics cookies. We have entered into a processor agreement with Google Analytics and stated that we do not want to share any of this data with Google. We do not use other Google services in combination with Google Analytics cookies.
Our Google Analytics cookies help us improve the website and are entirely anonymized (the last part of the IP address is masked, and we cannot trace anything via the IP address). Google Analytics doesn’t share data an statistics with Google. Via google analytics, we can see the number of visitors. We can see on which page people leave the webshop, and we can see, for example, whether most visitors in the store look at a particular product more often. These are just a few examples. We only use this data for our statistics. Most importantly, we do not store any personal data that can be traced back to you as an individual. The data from google analytics is stored for 14 months and then automatically deleted.
This privacy statement is adapted to the use of and the possibilities on this site. Any adjustments and changes to this site may lead to changes in this privacy statement. It is therefore advisable to regularly consult this privacy statement.
Participation in tax and criminal investigations
In some cases, Funhunters can be held based on a legal obligation to share your data in connection with government tax or criminal investigations. In such a case, we are forced to share your data, but we will oppose this within the Dutch law’s possibilities.
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You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data at any time. If you want to change your data or have yourself removed from our files, you can contact us.
If you are under 18 years old
Our website is accessible to everyone. However, if you are under 18, the law does not allow you to provide any personal information to us without obtaining permission from your parent (s) or guardian (s). We can’t check this without asking you for further details. Therefore, do not provide us with information if you have not (yet) received this permission. If for whatever reason, we suspect that you are under 18 when we receive your data, we will contact you and make inquiries.
We do not keep personal data indefinitely but only as long as necessary to perform our services. For example, if you create an account to order quickly and easily, it is not up to us to destroy that data (of course, at your request). We can use your information for statistical data. For example: tracing the average age of our visitors and other demographic characteristics. This allows us to build statistics with which we can improve the webshop. This ensures that we can continue to perform our tasks correctly about the right of withdrawal and warranty periods. We will store emails related to orders for one year for the same reason. Invoices are part of our accounting, and for this, we use the legal retention periods of the tax authorities (7 years). Data stored on paper is under lock and key and will be thoroughly destroyed after seven years, so the data can’t be reconstructed.
Data breach As
Of 1 January 2016, we, as a web entrepreneur, are obliged to report inevitable data leaks to the personal data authority. A data breach is a security incident in which there is access to or destruction, modification, or personal data release without intention. In the event of a data breach, personal data must have been lost, or unlawful processing of personal data cannot be ruled out. In the event of such a data breach, we will also notify our customers by e-mail.
Based on the applicable Dutch and European legislation, you, as a data subject, have certain rights concerning the personal data processed by or on behalf of us. We explain below which rights these are and how you can invoke these rights.
In principle, we will only send copies and copies of your data to the e-mail address already known to prevent abuse. If you wish to receive the data at a different e-mail address or, for example, by post, we will ask you to identify yourself. We keep records of completed requests, in the case of a request to be forgotten, we administer anonymous data. You will receive all statements and copies of data in a legible data format that we use within our systems.
You have the right to file a complaint with the Dutch Data Protection Authority at any time if you suspect that we are using your data in the wrong way.
Right of inspection
You always have the right to inspect the data that we process or have processed that relate to your person or be traced back to you. You can submit a request to that effect to our contact person for privacy matters. You will receive a response to your request within 30 days. If your request is granted, we will send you a copy of all data with an overview of the processors who have this data at the e-mail address known to us, stating the category under which we have stored this data.
Right of rectification
You always have the right to let us change the data that we process or have processed that relate to your person or that can be traced back to you. You can submit a request to us for privacy matters. You will receive a response to your request within 30 days. If your request is granted, we will send you a confirmation that the details have been adjusted to the e-mail address known to us.
Right to restriction of processing
You always have the right to limit the data that we process or have processed, related to your person, or can be traced back to you. You can submit a request to that effect to our contact person for privacy matters. You will receive a response to your request within 30 days. If your request is granted, we will send you a confirmation to the e-mail address known to us that the data will no longer be processed until you cancel the restriction.
Right to portability
You have the right to have the data that we process or have processed that relate to your person or be traced back to you, to be transferred to another party. You can submit a request to that effect to our contact person for privacy matters. You will receive a response to your request within 30 days. If your request is granted, we will send you copies of all data about you that we have processed by other processors or third parties to the e-mail address known to us. In all likelihood, we will no longer be able to continue the service in such a case because the secure linking of data files can no longer be guaranteed.
Right of objection and other rights
In some cases, you have the right to object to your personal data processing by or on behalf of Funhunters. If you object, we will immediately cease the data processing pending the settlement of your objection. If your complaint is well-founded, we will make copies of the data that we process or have processed available to you and then permanently discontinue the processing.
ou also have the right not to be subject to automated individual decision-making or profiling. We do not process your data in such a way that this right applies. If you believe that this is the case, please contact us.
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