Hague does not process personal data via its website, except the data that is being processed by the cookies we use for analytical purposes. We will elaborate on this a bit further, as this use of data may equal the processing of personal data as regulated under the GDPR.
Hague uses the services of a third party called “Google Analytics”. This makes it possible for us to analyze how visitors have arrived on our website, how often certain pages of our website are being visited and which browser is being used. This helps us to improve our website. This process does not include personal information, such as a phone number or e-mail address.
Google Analytics uses functional cookies. Functional cookies are necessary to complete the analysis as described above. To make sure the data that is being used is handled securely and anonymously, we have signed a processor agreement with Google. Also, we have asked Google to make sure the last octet of your IP address is always masked. We have turned off the option that allows Google Analytics to share any data with Google. We do not use any other Google-services in combination with Google Analytics. In addition, we have used the setting that deletes all data after the shortest term possible.
Because of the limited impact on the privacy of our websites users, there is no legal obligation for us to request permission for the use of these cookies. And pursuant to the GDPR we have a legal and legitimate interest for using Google Analytics (cookies).
Hague also uses the services of a third party called Cloudflare to improve the performance of our website. Cloudflare places a functional cookie on your device, but does not collect any personal data.
We take the privacy of our website visitors very seriously. So please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
You can contact us using the details below.
Hague Corporate Affairs B.V.
Fluwelen Burgwal 1
E 2511 CH The Hague