This is our Privacy Statement in English. Please note the original legal version of our Privacy Statement is the Dutch version, which can be accessed here. This English version is for your reference.
ICAF processes your personal data to inform you about (changes) in our services and for customer and visitor research. We also process your personal data if you have registered for the newsletter or have requested it.
If we request surveys, interviews, polls, etc., this concerns the data you leave behind at that time (the answers you give yourself).
Together with Rotterdam Festivals, we process personal data (postal code and house number) to generate statistical data (including segmentation based on the Cultural Target Group Model) and to collect information about our audience. The results of the various investigations cannot be traced back to persons. We use the anonymous data for accountability to our subsidy providers, and for example as input for our programming and marketing policy. More detailed information about the Cultural Target Group Model can be found here and you can read more about this processing in the Rotterdam Festivals privacy statement .
When you send us a message, for example via e-mail or a form on our website, we may save those messages. We may also ask you for personal information in certain situations. We do this to better answer your question.
The personal data we process may include first and last name, address, e-mail address, date of birth, payment details, visit history, information needs and communication preferences.
We do not sell or provide your personal data to third parties.
If you believe that we are not handling your personal data correctly, you can contact the Dutch Data Protection Authority: www.autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl .
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It is possible to completely disable cookies for this (and other sites). This can be done most effectively through the browser. View the help documentation of your browser or view the article on the Consumers ‘ Association website . There this is explained for all browsers.