PROTECTION OF YOUR PRIVACY
The Municipality of Zevenaar processes your personal data for the performance of its statutory and public-law duties. The Municipality processes personal data regarding you because you make use of our services and/or because you provide this information to us.
RIGHT TO PRIVACY
Everyone has the right to privacy. That is why the Municipality handles your data with care and confidentiality. The Municipality of Zevenaar does not provide your (personal) data to third parties without your permission, unless the Municipality is legally entitled to do so. There are clear rules for handing personal data, which have been prescribed in the General Data Protection Regulation. The Municipality does not use your personal data for commercial purposes.
The Municipality handles personal data safely. To this end, the Municipality takes measures to prevent abuse, loss and other unwanted actions with personal data. These measures are in accordance with the applicable Municipal security standards.
REPORTING SECURITY BREACHES OR DATA BREACHES
If you think you have found a weak spot in one of our (digital) services (security breach) or if you can see or access confidential information such as personal data (data breach), we would like to work with you to remedy this situation as quickly as possible. We therefore ask you to report such breaches to us and share the appurtenant information with us. This can be done via firstname.lastname@example.org.
DUTY OF CONFIDENTIALITY
Employees of the Municipality of Zevenaar have a duty of confidentiality. In addition, only employees who are authorized to do so may access personal data. The Data Protection Officer supervises compliance with the legal rules regarding privacy.
As a resident, you have the right to view, correct and/or remove your personal data. You can submit a request for inspection, correction or removal to the Municipal Executive (Mayor and Aldermen) of the Municipality of Zevenaar, this can be done in writing or via email email@example.com.
OUTSOURCING THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
In principle, the Municipality does not share your personal data with third parties, but we sometimes outsource the processing of your data to an external party. In that case we make written agreements regarding the security and confidentiality of your data.
When you visit our website, data is recorded. This way we get information about the number of visitors, which pages are visited the most and the times of visits. The Municipality never uses this information to identify individual persons. The Municipality of Zevenaar uses personal data that is collected via the website only for the purpose with which you leave the relevant data there. In that, we comply with the Personal Data Protection Act and the General Data Protection Regulation. For example, if you complete a contact or application form, we use the entered personal data to respond to your application or request.
THE PROCESSING REGISTER
The Municipality of Zevenaar only processes your personal data if there is a legal basis for this or if you give your permission for that. A basis is, for example, the proper fulfilment of statutory and public-law duties. The Municipality of Zevenaar has mapped the work processes in which personal data are processed in the processing register. In that register the Municipality describes which personal data it processes and for which purposes. The register is a dynamic document and it is updated as processes change or are modified.
Dutch law applies to this Privacy Statement.
CHANGE OF PRIVACY STATEMENT
The Municipality of Zevenaar can always change this Privacy Statement without any prior warning. Changes take effect as from the moment that they are published on the website of the Municipality of Zevenaar.
If you have any questions regarding the protection of your personal data or regarding your rights, or if you have a complaint about that, please do not hesitate to contact the Municipality of Zevenaar via firstname.lastname@example.org or via the telephone number +31 (0) 316 595 111. For more information about privacy, see the website of the Dutch Data Protection Authority.