We are aware of the trust that you put in our organisation. Therefore we see it as our responsibility to safeguard your privacy. On this page we will show you what type of data we are collecting when you use our website, why we collect this data and how we use this to improve your user experience. This way it becomes crystal-clear to you how we operate.
Dirty Floor repects the privacy of all users of her website and makes sure that the personal information you are providing us with will be handled with care and confidentiality.
OUR USE OF COLLECTED DATA
USING OUR SERVICES
When you apply to any one of our services, we will ask you to provide us with personal or company data. This data will be used to execute the service. The data will be stored on secure, private servers of Dirty Floor or those of a third party. We will not combine this data with other personal data that is in our possession.
When you are sending us an email or other forms of correspondence, it is possible that we will put these messages in storage. At times we will ask for your personal information if it is relevant to a specific situation. This makes it possible to process your questions and answer your requests. This data will be stored on the private servers of Dirty Floor or on those of a third party. We will not combine this data with other personal data that is in our possession.
We are collecting data for research in order to gain better insights into the online behaviour of our clients so we can adjust our services accordingly.
This website uses “cookies” (text files which are stored on your computer) to help our website analyse user behaviour on the site. Cookie generated information about the use of the website may be transferred to private and secure servers of Dirty Floor or to those of a third party. We will use this information to keep track of how you are using the website, draft rapports on the activities on the website, and other services in relation to website activity and internet usage.
Most browsers are set to accept cookies as standard. It is possible however to reset your browser to that you can reject all cookies or to direct when a cookie is being sent. It is possible though that some functions and services on our, or other websites, will not function correctly if cookies are disabled in your browser.