This website is managed by Human Force, with registered offices at Kastanjekouter 1C, 3040 Huldenberg.

About the privacy policy

Human Force works with services tailored to you. In order to do so, we will collect and use certain personal data. Human Force considers the protection of your privacy and personal data to be important. This privacy policy applies to all “Human Forces services”, which are all websites, (mobile) applications and internet services that Human Force offers.

Human Force may change the privacy policy at any time, for example in response to changes to its services or to legislation. The modified terms will be posted on the Human Force website. We will notify you personally of any material changes and seek your consent where appropriate.

Personal data

Human Force collects personal data in order to provide better services to its users. This allows us to better tailor our services to the needs of our users. Personal information also allows us to contact you.

In order to request information, you will need to fill in a form. When you do so, we will ask you for some personal information, such as your e-mail address and name. This data is stored securely. In addition, we will collect your personal data when you contact us, for example if you send us an e-mail.

We collect data about how you use the Human Force website via cookies:

  • Log file data, such as an IP address, pages opened, mouse clicks, the date and time of your request, your browser, and so on. This data allows us to recognise you and can tell us how you use our website, for example which articles or videos you have read or watched and whether you have read or watched all the way to the end.
  • Device data, such as the IP address, make, type and operating system of your device, and so on. This gives us a rough indication of your location.

What do we use personal data for?

We generally use personal data to provide and maintain Human Force services. For example, we may notify you of changes or planned maintenance to your site or the Human Force website, or properly process your feedback on our services.

We use personal information to understand what Human Force services and Human Force content are interesting and useful to our users.

Human Force may also use contact information to inform you about news, events, promotions, new services and so on. We will only do so if you have given your consent. You can also let Human Force know if you no longer wish Human Force to contact you.

We may also use information to prevent, detect and investigate illegal or suspected illegal activities, such as fraud, and enforce our Terms of Use, in the interests of both Human Force and our users.

We do use a number of independent companies or service providers to deliver our Human Force services, such as for the provision of some infrastructure or IT services. Such companies may have access to certain data and information. Human Force will only allow such access where it is necessary for the performance of their task and where they provide the necessary guarantees in relation to access and use of such data and information.

In certain circumstances, we may need to share your data with or pass it on to the authorities. This may be in order to comply with the law or a court order, to detect and address fraud or security issues, or to protect the rights of Human Force.

At any time, you may review the personal data that Human Force processes about you and have inaccurate or incomplete data corrected or deleted. You can contact Human Force using the contact details at the top of this document. If you are exercising your rights, we ask you to be as specific as possible so that we can deal with your request concretely and correctly. Please note that in order to exercise your rights, we need to verify your identity so that we can prevent someone else from exercising them.

Human Force is committed to ensuring that your data is handled in a secure manner. We therefore use a variety of security technologies and measures to adequately protect your information from unauthorised access, use, loss or disclosure. Unfortunately, exchanging information over the Internet is never 100% safe. Although we make every effort to ensure the security of your data, we cannot guarantee it absolutely.