We deeply care about our own privacy. As a result, we care just as much about the privacy of our customers and end users. DEITY collects and processes personal information from everyone who visits our publicly available website, communicates with us, creates an account and uses our products and service. On this page, we will give a detailed explanation on how we collect data, why we do so and what you can do about it.
Should the need arise to contact us, our contact details are as follows:
Achtseweg Zuid 153F
5651GW Eindhoven, The Netherlands
We only collect relevant and necessary information for the following purposes: to provide you the opportunity to contact us via a web form and to analyse our visitors’ usage of our website. We will only use your data for the purposes described below and only to achieve those purposes.
When you fill out the contact form, the following input is requested:
When you browse our website, we collect what commands you have communicated to DEITY, your anonymized IP address, and how many times you visit DEITY’s website. We collect this anonymized data automatically when Google Analytics gets activated in your browser. The information we collect would normally include your anonymized IP address, your browser type, which pages have been visited, their order, if the visitor is new or recurring, and other information that we use to assist us in the maintenance and improvement of our website and business. This data will only be used to ensure the website works correctly, to store any preferences you may have registered (e.g. language preference), to remarket our products and services to previous visitors, and to generate and review data and reports describing our website’s User base and usage patterns.
Unless you give us permission, we won’t share your information with third parties, except when necessary as in these circumstances:
We cannot fully guarantee the safety of the data as we cannot 100% prevent unauthorised access or use of data. However, we take all appropriate measures to keep our and your data as secure as possible. The measures we implement vary on sensitivity of the data involved, state of the art technology, implementation costs, and security risks. All data we store is fully encrypted and cannot be used to send unauthorized messages when stolen or otherwise unlawfully obtained.
DEITY respects User control. Users have the right to make choices about the data that we collect and store. In line with our commitments and the applicable laws, data subjects have the right to the following:
Our services and products are not directed to Children under the age of 18. We do not knowingly collect and/or process any personal information directly from children. If we discover we have received personal information from a child without parental or legal consent, in violation of this Policy, and/or the local applicable laws, we will take reasonable steps to delete that information as quickly as possible. If you believe we have any of such information from or about a child, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Privacy [Children]).
If you have any dispute with us relating to our privacy practices, please contact our legal team at email@example.com (Subject: Privacy [Dispute]). Most disputes can be resolved that way.
Cookies are small text files which websites save on your browser when you visit a website. DEITY uses two types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies disappear after each session whereas persistent cookies remain stored. Keep on reading to find out how we use them, and what choices you can make about them. Most cookies can be blocked or removed from your browser at any time by following the relevant procedure specific to your browser. Please note that if you block cookies on our site, it may not function as it is designed.
DEITY makes use of analytical cookies to keep track our visitors’ browsing patterns in order to improve our interface and your user experience. These cookies collect data about how visitors interact with our site. This data includes information such as: pages visitors go to the most and patterns most followed. All data is collected anonymously and only used to improve how the site functions and performs.
We use Google Analytics to gain insights into our website traffic and effectiveness of our marketing campaigns. With Google Analytics we track information such as: pages that are visited, for how long, what browser is used and from which pages users exit. This will give us a better understanding of how our website is used. It also serves as guidance to improve our website and its specific pages.