We at Yourzine (hereafter: ‘We’), also trading under the names Adeptiv and Searchresult, are committed to protecting the privacy of our visitors and customers. We process personal data relating to customers, prospects and partners in order to provide the best possible assistance and support to our customers, prospects and partners and in order to achieve our targets and objectives. We comply with the requirements set under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which became effective on 25th May 2018.
We provide a comprehensive package of tools and services under the brand names of Adeptiv and Searchresult, which enables our customers to enhance their client relationships by providing access to, and further automating, client contacts. We believe in a bright future filled with tremendous opportunities – in opportunities based on technology which is developed using the uniquely human skill of creativity.
How do we use your data?
We use your personal data in order to negotiate and perform digital marketing contracts. We manage any relationships arising from such contracts, including activities designed to increase our customer base. If you complete a contact form or application form on our website, or send us an email, any data you send us will be stored as long as necessary based on the nature of the form or the contents of your email in order to fully complete and process the form.
Visitor information and site analysis
General visitor data is tracked on our website. We may, for example, register your computer’s IP address, username (if applicable), the time of retrieval and any data transmitted by your browser, and use this data for the purpose of statistical analysis of visitor and browsing behaviour on our website. In addition, we also use this data to optimise website performance. We endeavour to anonymise this data to the extent possible. This data is not shared with any third parties.
This website contains links and buttons designed to promote pages or share them on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Instagram. These buttons are created using code supplied by these social media themselves. This code places a ‘cookie’ on your web browser to identify you as a unique user (see below for more information). We recommend that you regularly check the privacy statements of these social media channels (which may be modified on a regular basis) in order to find out how they use your personal data which they process using this code.
Through email marketing (including our newsletter), we provide information to interested parties regarding news, trends and developments related to our services and related issues. Your email address will only be added to the list of subscribers with your express consent (i.e. by entering your address). Each issue of our newsletter contains an ‘unsubscribe’ link. The newsletter’s subscriber base is not shared with any third parties.
Use of ‘cookies’
Google places cookies on our website as part of its Google Analytics service. We use this service for tracking purposes and in order to obtain reports on how visitors use the website. Google may provide this information to third parties if it is required by law to do so or if such third parties process such information on Google’s behalf. This is a process over which we have no control.
Access, correction and right of objection
If there is a relationship between you and our company, you have the option to view your personal data following a written request. If the information we provided contains any inaccuracies, you can request us in writing to modify the data or have it deleted. In addition, you can advise us in writing if you prefer not to be contacted with information regarding our products and services by reporting this to the following address:
NL-5211 AK ‘s-Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands
Amendment of Privacy Statement
We reserve the right to amend this Privacy Statement. Any modifications will be published on this website.