By Dennis Vis  •  5 min read

Dennis Vis, located at Van Aerssenstraat 198 2582 JV The Hague Netherlands, is responsible for processing personal data as represented in this privacy policy.

The contact form on the website at can be used for communication regarding this processing.

Personal data we process

Dennis Vis processes your personal data when you use our services and/or when you supply this data to us yourself.

Below you’ll find an overview of the personal data we process:

  • First and last name
  • E-mail address
  • IP-address
  • Internetbrowser and type of device

Our website and/or service does not intent to collect data for visitors below the age of 18. Unless they have explicit permission from their legal guardian. However, we cannot be sure a visitor is older than 18. We recommend legal guardians to be aware of- and involved with the online activities of minors under their care, as to prevent the collection of their data without their legal guardian’s consent. If you are convinced that we collected the personal data of a minor, without said consent, please use the contact form on the website at to inform us about this. We will take care to delete this data.

Special and/or sensitive personal data we process

Dennis Vis does not process special and/or sensitive personal data.

Towards what ends we process personal data

Dennis Vis process your personal data towards the following ends:

  • The be able to contact you via phone or e-mail if this is deemed necessary to deliver our services
  • Analysing your behaviour on our website to be able to improve the website, our products and services and to tune these to your preferences

How long we store personal data

Dennis Vis stores your personal data no longer than strictly necessary to realise the goals for which we collect this data. We adhere to the following retention periods for the following (categories of) personal data:

  • First and last name and e-mail address: 1 year
  • IP-address, Internetbrowser and device type: 2 years

Sharing personal data with third parties

Dennis Vis solely shares personal data with third parties insofar this is necessary for the execution of our agreement(s) with you or to adhere to a legal obligation.

Cookies, or comparable technology, we use

Dennis Vis uses functional, analytical and tracking cookies. A cookie is a small text file which is stored in the browser of your computer, tablet or smartphone when you first visit our website. Dennis Vis uses cookies with a purely technical functionality. These make sure the website functions as intended and that, for instance, your preferences are saved correctly. Beside that, we also place cookies which track your behaviour on the website, so that we can offer personalised content and advertisements.

During your first visit to our website we will inform you about these cookies and ask for your permission to place them.

You can opt out of our cookies by configuring your internet browser in such a way that it does not store out cookies. Besides that you can also clear any data which was previously stored by your browser.

For more information, see:

Our website also places third party cookies. Examples of third part cookies are advertisers and/or social media companies. Below you’ll find an overview of the third party cookies on our website:

Cookie: Google Analytics - Individuele visitor identification Name: _ga Function: Analytical cookie which measures website usage Retention period: 2 years

Cookie: Google Analytics - Session persistence Name: ga{container-id} Function: Analytical cookie which measures website usage Retention period: 2 years

Cookie: Disqus - Individuele identification of anonymous visitors Name: disqus_unique Function: Reaction functionality for website articles Retention period: 1 year

Cookie: Disqus - Session persistence Name: sessionid Function: Reaction functionality for website articles Retention period: 1 year

Consulting, modifying or removing data

You have the right to consult, correct or remove your personal data which we collected. Additionally, you have the right to withdraw your consent of- or object to the processing of your personal data by Dennis Vis, as well as the right to transfer your data. This means that you can request us to send you all of your personal data we have collected and send this in a file to you or a third party organisation of your choosing.

You can request to inspect, correct, remove, transfer, revoke your consent to processing of- or object to the processing of your personal data by using the contact form on the website at

To be sure the request is made by the rightful owner of the personal data, we will request you, in an e-mail reply, to send us a copy of a valid identification document. Make sure to redact your photo, MRZ (machine readable zone, the bar with numbers at the bottom of a passport), document number and social security number from this document. This to protect your privacy. We will respond as soon as possible to your request but at least within four weeks.

Dennis Vis additionally wants to make you aware of the option to file a complaint to the Dutch DPA (Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens). This can be done at the following link: []

How we protect personal data

Dennis Vis takes the protection of your data extremely seriously and has taken fitting measures to prevent misuse, loss, unwanted disclosure and unauthorised modification. If you, however, suspect your data is not properly secured or have found evidence pointing towards misuse, please use the contact for on the website at to notify us.

Dennis Vis has taken the following measures to protect your personal data:

  • TLS (formerly known as SSL) We only send your data over a secured internet connection. You can check this in the address bar where the address will start with ‘https’ and you’ll see the padlock icon.
  • DKIM, SPF en DMARC are three internet standards we use to prevent malicious third parties sending emails from our domain with the intent to spread viruses or spam or which are meant to steal sensitive data (phishing).
  • DNSSEC is an extra security measure (on top of DNS) for the translation of our domain ( to the corresponding IP-address. It facilitates a digital signature. You can have this signature automatically validated. In this way we prevent you from being redirected to IP-addresses outside of our control.

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