Signhost is a part of the Evidos company
We respect the privacy of website visitors and ensure that the personal information you give us is treated confidentially. The method for processing personal details is consistent with the requirements of the Data Protection Act.

Purposes of data processing
Your personal details are processed by us to enable the entering into and conducting of agreements concerning legal services and managing the resulting relationships, including conducting activities aimed at increasing client bases.

If you fill in a contact or registration form on the website, or send us an email, the details that you send us are stored as long as required to fully answer and handle the nature of the form or the contents of your email.

Click-through behaviour and visitor information
General visitor information is kept on the website. In this context the IP address of your computer, any user name, the time of the request and the details that the browser of a visitor sends can be registered and used for statistical analysis of visits and click-through behaviour on the website. We use this data to optimise the operation of the website.

We try to anonymise these details as much as possible. These details are not provided to third parties.

Google Analytics
We make use of Google Analytics to track how users make use of the Website and how effective our Adwords ads are in terms of Google search result pages. The information obtained in this way, including the address of your computer (IP address), is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Please read the Google privacy policy for more information, as well as the specific Google Analytics privacy policy.

Google uses this information to track how our website is used so as to provide reports about the Website to us and offer its advertisers information about the effectiveness of their campaigns. Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is legally obliged to do so, or to the extent that these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We have no influence over this.

Facebook and Twitter
On this site buttons are included on pages to promote or share information on social networks such as LinkedIn, Google+ and Twitter. These buttons use code that is provided by LinkedIn, Google+ and Twitter. This code uses cookies (see above).

Please read the privacy statement of LinkedIn, Google+ and Twitter (which may change periodically) to see what they do with your personal details how they process this code.

We offer a newsletter with which we inform interested parties about news in the field of IT and internet law, our services and related matters. Your email address is only added to the list of subscribers after your explicit permission. Each newsletter has a link with which you can unsubscribe. The subscriber file of the newsletter is not provided to third parties.

Use of cookies
In offering electronic services we make use of cookies. A cookie is a simple small file that is sent with the pages of this website and stored by your browser on the hard drive of your computer. This allows us to combine various queries for pages of the website and analyse user behaviour. You can refuse the use of these cookies, although this can limit the functionality and the ease of use of the website.

Insight, correction and right to object
If you have a business relationship with our company you can make a written request to view your stored personal information. If the overview provided by us contains inaccuracies, you can make a written request asking that we change the details or have them removed. In addition, you can inform us in writing if you don’t want to be approached with information about our products and services by reporting this to the following address:

Signhost part of Evidos B.V.
Zaanenlaan 49
2023 SJ Haarlem

Amending the privacy statement
We reserve the right to amend this privacy statement. Any changes will be published on this website.

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