The website, www.voxweb.nl, is an electronic publication of Vox, the independent magazine of Radboud University. In organisational terms Vox falls under Radboud University’s Marketing and Communications Department, although it enjoys editorial independence. In this statement we set out how the privacy of visitors to www.voxweb.nl is dealt with. We explain how we collect and use data on our website.
It is possible for visitors to leave comments below our articles. A name and email address need to be entered for this purpose. The Vox editorial board may use this email address to contact someone with a question concerning their comment or a request for more information. Any information which is left behind is stored on our server and may be viewed by Vox editors, as well as our website design firm, Eagerly Internet. The Vox editorial board reserves the right to amend or delete comments.
Readers may register for our newsletter through our website. One may opt for a newsletter in Dutch or English and one may choose between several frequencies of dispatch. A visitor may opt for a direct newsletter, which draws attention to each published article immediately by email, or for a daily or weekly newsletter. For the purposes of dispatch, we ask a subscriber to enter an email address and to consent to it being added to the list of subscribers. Every newsletter will contain an unsubscribe link. Subscriber details are stored until the relevant subscriber cancels their subscription.
Any visitor may ask us to inspect their personal data (identification mandatory) and may inspect or receive a statement (copy) of their personal data without citing any reasons. You may email the editor-in-chief, Annemarie Haverkamp (email@example.com) should you wish to do so. In this way it must be made clear where the data has been sourced from and with whom we share or have shared it, where applicable. A visitor may only request data pertaining to themself and not anyone else.
- Google Analytics: Cookies from the American company, Google, are placed through our website. We use its Analytics service to record and report on the way in which visitors use our website. In this way it is possible for us to improve our website and services. Google may supply such information to other parties if it has a legal duty to do so or in so far as it is processed on behalf of Google by other parties. We do not exercise any influence over this. We have contractually prohibited Google from using the Analytics information which it obtains for the purposes of other Google services and your IP address will explicitly not be provided to it as well. The information which Google collects is anonymised. Your IP address will not be recorded in full and your data will not be shared with any other service. Google will transfer your data to its servers in the United States and it will store it for 26 months. Google abides by the European-American Privacy Shield principle and has undertaken to comply with it. This means that an appropriate level of protection applies for the purposes of processing any personal data.
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- YouTube: Click behaviour, videos watched and amended preferences are collected. Visitor data and history are used for advertising purposes. This makes it possible to embed YouTube videos on voxweb.nl. Before being able to play this content, visitors are asked for permission to activate these cookies.
The Vox editorial board reserves the right to amend this privacy statement. You may email a complaint with regard to how we deal with your information to our editor-in-chief, Annemarie Haverkamp, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This privacy statement was last amended on 17 December 2018.