This is the privacy statement of Afternote B.V. In this statement we explain how we deal with personal data. The fact that we process personal data is registered with the Dutch Data Protection Board under registration number 1534136.
Collected personal data
Afternote will not collect more data then strictly necessary regarding your role, and for purposes to make the Afternote service better.
Collection of IP addresses and browser data
Afternote will not transfer personal data to third parties, for example advertisers. It is necessary for Afternote to collect your IP address for your interaction with various parts of the Afternote website. Your IP address is the identifier for your computer when you are using the internet.
For instance, Afternote collects and stores your IP address when you log into the Afternote website. As part of our security for Afternote, Afternote uses this information when we attempt to detect and prevent fraudulent transactions. We store your IP address for security and audit purposes. Your IP address will not be used by us or released to any third party except in the case of security, inappropriate behavior or fraud issues, such as unauthorized access to your or our computer systems or fraudulent transactions. Afternote reserves the right to use your IP address to report breaches to the authorities (police).
We use "cookies" as a fundamental part of our interaction with your Internet browser. The purpose is to provide you with better and more customized service and with a more effective website.
A "cookie" is a small text file placed on your computer by our web page server. A cookie can later be retrieved by our webpage servers. The most important function of cookies is to distinct one user from the other. A cookie also ensures that when you logged in, you remain logged in while using the website.
Most of the Afternote website operates by using this type of cookies. Accordingly, if you wish to make full use of the Afternote website, it is required that you accept cookies.
Notice: the rejection or deletion of cookies only affects the computer or browser o nor in which you execute the rejection or deletion. In case you make use of multiple computers or browsers, you have to repeat the rejection or deletion for every computer or browser.
Emails and communications
The Afternote team does not like spam and will never send you unsolicited emails. But there are some emails that we will need to send you to provide you with a good service. A full list of the types of emails you will receive to help you use the Service most effectively are shown below:
As well as these Service Emails, you can also opt to receive what we call Information emails. This is news about or are new features on Afternote. Information emails genuinely help you make the most of the website. A list of the types of emails you will receive to help you use the Service most effectively are shown below:
If you decide you no longer want to receive Afternote news or new features you can easily opt out via the newsletter.
Transfer to countries outside the EU
Due to technical and operational reasons it might be necessary to process your personal data with companies within the European Union which companies have a parent company in the United States.
However, we will always take appropriate measures to ensure that your data is protected as well as possible. If your personal data for instance is processed by company which has parent company in the United States we will make sure that the company is "Safe Harbor Principles" certified.
A company within the EU can only outsource procession of personal data to a company outside the EU if that the country is established in is a country that has an adequate level of protection regarding processing personal data. The United States does not meet the requirements of a country that has an adequate level of protection regarding processing of personal data. However, if a company in the United States adheres to the "Safe Harbor Principles" they are deemed safe, therefore those companies do meet the EU legislation.
Access and correct your personal data
At any time you can access your personal information store on Afternote by logging on to Afternote using your personal Afternote credentials. On the Afternote website it is
possible to modify and or delete your personal settings and personal data.
Acceptance and Changes to Privacy Statement
This is the current Privacy Statement. It replaces any other Privacy Statement for the Afternote website published on the Afternote website to date. Afternote may at any time modify the Privacy Statement by publishing the modified Privacy Statement on the Afternote website.
Afternote B.V. pays the utmost attention to the reliability and timeliness of the information on its website. However, errors and omissions may occur. All information displayed on the website are subject to errors.
Afternote B.V. is not liable for (alleged) damages caused by using www.afternote.com. Furthermore Afternote B.V. is not liable for damages due to errors and omissions in the provided information, nor for damages caused by technical problems inherent in obtaining information through electronic means.
Afternote B.V. and its columnists and authors are not responsible for any damages caused by using the information, ideas or following up given advices provide by or on behalf of Afternote B.V. through this website. Afternote B.V. is not responsible for the content of websites to which the copy or links refer.
Afternote B.V. does not guarantee that any sent emails or other electronic messages, including but not limited to mobile text messages, are received and processed, and accepts no responsibility for the consequences of late or non-receipt or processing thereof.
If you notice that content on the website of Afternote B.V. infringes rights of you, you should notice Afternote B.V. of such immediately. In that case we will send you a form.
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