Quality Horses guarantees, as far as possible, the protection of the privacy of all visitors to the site. That means that we also demand from our business partners maximum efforts in protecting personal data.
Here below you can see which personal data we process, what we do with these personal data, the legal framework within which this is done and what you can do if you have any questions.
Do you have any questions?
Send an E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also use this E-mail address if you have questions about your details or if you wish to change them. We will be happy to help you.
- To enable the website to function better.
- To make the website easier to use.
- To measure whether visitors to our website can easily find the information they require.
Which cookies do we use on this website?
- Permanent cookies
By using permanent cookies we ensure that you do not have to repeat certain actions. We recognise the preferences that you indicated during a previous visit to our website. In this way you save time and the website is more pleasant to use. You can remove permanent cookies via your browser settings.
- Session cookies
Session cookies are used during your visit and are automatically removed as soon as you close the browser. We remember which sections you looked at during your visit and tailor our services accordingly.
- Google Analytics cookies
Cookies are placed by Google, via our website, as part of the ‘Analytics service’. We use this service to record visitor behaviour and to generate reports regarding how visitors use our website. Based on these we can then improve the website. It is thus not about recording personal data but about tracking your actions on the website.
- Social media cookies
On our website you will find icons with which you can promote our messages or web pages on social media. For example ‘like’ via Facebook or send a ‘tweet’ via Twitter. These icons work using bits of code that come from the social media platforms themselves. Cookies are installed via this code. We therefore have no influence on these. The social media platforms indicate in their privacy statement what they do with your data from the cookies.
- Our own tracking cookies
We request a tracking cookie as soon as you visit a website from our network. Through this we can see that you have not only visited our website but have also visited another website, or other websites, in our network. The profile gained through this is not linked to your name, address, E-mail address and such like, but just serves to tailor adverts to your profile so that they are as relevant to you as possible.
- Right to inspect, correct or remove
You have the right to inspect, correct or remove your personal data. You can do this by contacting us. In order to prevent abuse we may request your identity.
- Switching on, switching off and removal of cookies
You can find more information regarding the switching on or off of cookies or their removal, in the instructions and/or using the Help button of your browser. You can find more information about cookies on the websites of Cookie Law and the Consumers Association.