If you wish to communicate with Justix via this website, you will provide personal information to us. For example, if you send us an email asking for some information. In addition, some information is recorded on each visit to our website. This information is treated with care and confidentiality. We comply with the requirements of the Federal Data Protection Act (BDSG) and other data protection provisions. The data processing officer is Justix. All Justix employees have a confidentiality obligation. We do not keep your personal information longer than necessary.
Justix has taken appropriate steps to protect the website and our computer systems and prevent abuse of your data. We protect your data through various technical and organizational measures, such as firewalls, secure servers, and third-party editors who are hosted by our website.
For what purposes do we process your data?
Justix processes your personal information to serve you well and to carry out his activities. Your data is processed for various purposes, such as human resources and public relationships management. Your data is also processed for statistical purposes, such as research on the use of the website so that we are able to increase the user-friendliness of the website.
Who do we process data from?
We can process (personal) data from all persons we contact or visit the Justix website.
Visitors to the website
Justix collects statistics that say something about the use of the website and with which we can improve the website and optimize our services. The following information is anonymous stored in the database:
- Date and time of your visit
- pages you are viewing
- The name of the website you come from;
- your IP address;
- which browser you are using;
- your screen resolution;
- number of colours of your display;
- your operating system.
- Possibility of inspection and amendment
You have the right to access your personal information that Justix has processed. You may request to correct, supplement, delete or shield your personal information if it is in fact incorrect, for the purpose or purpose of processing to be incomplete or not applicable or otherwise contrary to a statutory provision. processed. If you would like to view or update your personal information, corrected or removed, please send your request, including a copy of your ID, to info-en@Justix.com or to Justix, PO Box 568, 6200 AN Maastricht. We will ensure that your request has been processed within four weeks. You will receive a written response.
Providing data to third parties
Justix can use third-party services when processing data. These third parties acting on behalf and under the responsibility of Justix. Justix concludes editorial agreements with these third parties and ensures that the editors take technical and organizational security measures. The editorial agreement stipulates that personal data will be processed for no other purpose than as stipulated in the agreement. Your contact information is provided only to third parties, such as our affiliated lawyers, when you assign to them. Your personal file is protected and can not be viewed or used for commercial purposes by any other party.
Reference to third party websites
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer, tablet or smartphone during your visit to our website. This file saves information that is recognized by the website at a later visit. There are different types of cookies. Session cookies contain information that is used in one browser session and will be automatically deleted after closing the browser. Permanent cookies are used to obtain information between different visits of the website and remain on the computer after closing the browser. These cookies enable the website to recognize you as a returning customer. Tracking cookies will provide information about your visits to multiple pages and websites.
The cookies that Justix uses
Justix uses various cookies. Below you will find an overview of these cookies, indicating the purposes for which they are used and how long the cookies are kept.
Disable and delete cookies
You have the free choice to not authorize cookies. This can be set in your internet browser. It differs by browser how to block these cookies. More information about how to enable and disable cookies is usually explained in your browser's help function. If you choose to block these cookies, the functionality of the website may fall. More information about deleting cookies can also be found using your browser's help function.
Below is a list of cookies used on Justix's website. You will find where the cookies originate from, what is the purpose of setting the cookies and how long the cookies are kept.
Google Tag Manager
Google Tag Manager is a tool for creating and managing website tags from one interface. Tags are small website code snippets that can measure traffic and visitor behavior. The self-management tool is a cookie-free domain that does not collect personally identifiable data. The program causes other tags to be activated, which in turn can collect data.