The Keys To Music Foundation / Piano Biënnale is responsible for processing your personal details.
How to contact us …
Engel de Ruijterstraat 13
3621 CT Breukelen
Jill Pisters is the Keys To Music Foundation and Piano Biënnale’s data protection officer (DPO). You can contact her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What personal details do we collect?
We collect and store your personal details because you’ve either used our services and/or provided these details to us yourself. The Piano Biënnale is a co-production between the Keys To Music Foundation, Musis & Stadstheater Arnhem and Stadsschouwburg Nijmegen & Concertgebouw De Vereeniging. We’ve created a processing agreement for handling your personal details.
Below, you’ll find a list of the personal details that we collect:
- first name & surname
- email address
- IP address
- other details (for example if you create a profile or provide us with details in correspondence or by phone)
- website activity
- internet browser & device type
- bank account no.
What about any special and/or sensitive personal details?
It isn’t our intention to collect personal details from website visitors or service users younger than 16 y.o. without their parents or guardians’ consent. Be aware that we can’t actually check whether a website visitor is 16 y.o. or older. We recommend that parents or guardians monitor their children’s online activity to prevent websites from collecting their children’s information without their consent. If you think we’ve collected personal data about your child(ren) without your consent, please get in touch with us at email@example.com and we’ll delete this information.
Why do we collect your personal details?
We collect your personal details for the following purposes or reasons:
- to process your payment
- to send you our newsletters and/or advertising leaflets
- to phone you or email you if this is necessary as part of our service
- to inform you about any changes to our products or services
- to create an account on our website
- to analyse your use of our website so we can make improvements and offer you products/services in line with your preferences
We’ve automated our process. How does this affect you?
We’ve automated some of our processes, for example certain decision-making processes, which can have far-reaching consequences for you. These are decisions that our applications or systems make without any human intervention. We use the following applications and systems:
Google Analytics, Facebook Business Manager, ActiveCampaign.
How long do we keep your personal details for?
We only keep your personal details as long as we need them to provide the service for which you intially provided your details.
Do we share your personal details with any third parties?
We don’t sell your personal details to any third parties. We only share your personal details if this is necessary in order to provide you with our product or service or to meet any legal obligations. We sign processing agreements with the businesses that we contract to process your personal details. These businesses are required to protect and process your personal details with the same level of care as Piano Biënnale. We remain responsible for the processing that these businesses carry out.
On your first visit to our website, you’ll see a cookie notice informing you about our cookies and asking you for your permission to use them.
You can always disable cookies in your internet browser’s settings. What’s more, you can delete any old information stored in these cookies from within your browser’s settings.
Our website also places third-party cookies, for example cookies from advertisers and/or social media companies.
How to view, edit or delete your details
You have the right to view, edit or delete your personal details. If you’ve created an account, you can do this from within your personal settings. What’s more, you also have the right to withdraw the permission you gave us to process your personal details. Similarly, you can object to our processing your personal details or transfer your details to another company. This last right is often referred to as ‘data portability’ and means that you can ask us to save all the personal details that we have for you to a file and send them to you or another organisation.
If you have any questions or comments, or you’d like to exercise your right(s) to object and/or to data portability, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ll then ask you to make a copy of your identity document to make sure that you’re actually who you say you are. Before you send this scan, please black out your photo, the string of numbers at the bottom of your passport (a.k.a. the machine-readable zone (MRZ)), your passport number, your social service number, etc. These measures are intended to protect your privacy. We’ll respond to your request as quickly as possible – within four weeks at the very latest.
How do we protect your personal details?
We’d like to remind you that we take your privacy very seriously and have taken appropriate measures to prevent misuse, loss, unintended disclosure, and unauthorised access or alteration. Please get in touch with us by email at email@example.com if you believe your personal details are no longer secure or are being misused.
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