Personal data that you give up on, are used by Rijksoverheid only for the purpose for which you left them. In this way, Rijksoverheid complies with the privacy legislation. On, permission is not asked for the use of cookies because these are only used for analytical purposes without sharing the data with third parties. This makes it an exception under the Telecom Act Article 11.7A.

How does the central government handle your personal data?

Would you like to request a brochure? Or receive a newsletter? Then dutch digital delta asks you to fill in your personal data in a form. For example your name and (e-mail) address. In the form it is indicated which data the Rijksoverheid uses and for what purpose.

The Rijksoverheid uses your personal data only for the purpose for which you left them. For example, did you fill in your name and address to receive a brochure? Then the central government does not use these data to send you other brochures, unless this has been indicated.

The data can be used for detection. For example, if offences are committed or punishable remarks are made via the site.

The central government does not retain personal data any longer than is necessary for the purpose for which you left them.

What is the Personal Data Protection Act?

The most important rules for dealing with personal data are laid down in the Personal Data Protection Act (Wbp). The Dutch Data Protection Authority is the supervisor of the Personal Data Protection Act.