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Privacy Statement

Stedenman is convinced that the protection of the privacy of visitors, subscribers and customers of the websites that it publishes and manages is of great importance. Personal data of customers, subscribers and visitors to Stedenman’s cities sites (f.e. Amsterdam-Now and Prague-Now) are therefore handled and protected with the utmost care. Stedenman respects your privacy in all its activities. We want to be of service to you wherever we can. That is why we sometimes need personal information to ensure that this service is as accurate and safe as possible. Protecting the security and privacy of your personal information is not only in your interest, it is also in the interest of Stedenman itself. We comply with the laws and regulations, which set requirements for the use of privacy-sensitive information, including the new European Regulation of Data Protection (GDPR). In this privacy statement we explain what information we collect from you and why we do this. You can also read what are your rights regarding this data collection process. Should you have any questions about your privacy, please contact us via

Article 1 – Who are we?

Stedenman is a one-man business based at Lichtstraat 3, 5611 XB Eindhoven, Netherlands and registered in the trade register of the Chamber of Commerce under number 14101240. Stedenman is your data protection officer.

Article 2 – Which data do we use?

Below you will find an overview of the data we process, why we do this, what legal basis we have to be able to process this information about you, and how long we will keep these data.

You can visit our website without telling us who you are and without having to disclose any personal information. However, if you decide to supply us with your personal data which we need to order a product, or to be able to correspond with you, we guarantee that all personal data will be treated confidentially.

We use your name, e-mail address, address, telephone number and other data needed to offer you our services in order to carry out the agreement (what agreement? None was mentioned). We use these data to make you a satisfied customer during the term of our agreement or when reading the Stedenman websites. We keep these data as long as the websites are online.

We use your name and e-mail address to send you our newsletters but only with your explicit permission, and we keep these data as long as you are registered to receive our newsletter.

In the unlikely event of you having a complaint about our services, we will process your name, e-mail and the contents of the complaint to the best of our abilities. We use this information for optimal execution of the agreement. We will delete any data relating to a complaint after the relevant complaint has been dealt with.

Stedenman has a commercial interest in using some of your personal data for marketing purposes. We use your name, e-mail address, and social media account for direct marketing and social media marketing. We will keep this information until you unsubscribe from our channels.

Stedenman uses analytics services to enable and to optimize its websites. You have explicitly allowed us to use your surfing habits and related data so that we can analyze and improve our service where necessary. We track your usage data by means of Google Analytics and are tied to Google’s retention periods. These data are as anonymous as possible and will not be provided to third parties.

To enable posting of comments to our messages or reviews of our services, we process your name, e-mail and the content of your message. These data are automatically visible when you insert your message. We keep this information until you delete your response or we delete our message.

Our websites and / or services do not intend to collect data about website visitors younger than 16 years of age, unless they have permission from parents or guardians to visit our websites. However, we cannot check whether a visitor is older than 16. We encourage parents to be involved in the online activities of their children, in order to prevent data about children being collected without parental consent. If you are convinced that we have collected personal information of a minor without permission, please contact us via, we will then delete this information.

Article 3 – How do we obtain this information?

We have obtained the above information from you as a customer, because you have provided us with this information.

Article 4 – What rights do you have regarding these data?

The General Data Protection Regulation gives you a number of rights with regard to the personal data that you have processed by us. You have the right to view, correct or delete your personal data. In addition, you have the right to withdraw your consent to the data processing or to object to the processing of your personal data by Stedenman and you have the right to data transmission.

Inspection – You may request Stedenman to view your details at any time.

Alteration – If you want your information to be adjusted, corrected, supplemented, protected or removed, you may submit a request.

Objection – You may object to the processing of your data with the legitimate interest of Stedenman as a legal basis.

Data transfer – If you want to transfer your data to another provider, Stedenman will provide you with your data in a structured and up to date format that can be accessed by conventional digital systems.

Withdrawal – If we have processed data on the basis of your explicit consent, you have the right to withdraw this permission. This may have consequences for the services that we can provide to you.

To exercise your rights, you can send a request to We will assess your request as soon as possible. If we are unable to comply with your request, we will inform you why we reject it.

Article 5 – How do we protect your personal data?

Stedenman takes the protection of your data seriously and takes appropriate measures to prevent misuse, loss, unauthorized access, unwanted disclosure and unauthorized modification. If you suspect that your data are not properly secured, or if there are indications of abuse, please contact us at

Article 6 – Who will receive your data?

Stedenman will not provide your data to third parties, unless this is necessary for business operations or is required by law. Your details may be passed on to processors and parties involved in the execution of our agreement. We conclude processing agreements with the companies we assign to process your data operations such that the same level of security and confidentiality of your data is ensured. Stedenman remains responsible for this processing. We will not resell your data to third parties.

Article 7 – Cookies

We use functional, analytical and tracking cookies. A cookie is a simple small file that is sent along with pages from our website and stored by your browser on the hard disk of your computer, tablet or phone. We use cookies to remember your settings and preferences. Partly because of this, we can guarantee a better experience on our website. These cookies are also used to make the website work well and to optimize it. In addition, we place cookies that keep track of your browsing habits so that we can offer customized content and advertisements. On your first visit to our website we have already informed you about these cookies and we have asked permission for their placement. You can disable these cookies via your browser. If you want to disable cookies go to

Cookies are placed via the website of the American company Google, so called Google Analytics. We use this service to keep track of and receive reports of the surfing habits of the visitors to our websites. Google may provide this information to third parties if they are required by law to do so or if third parties process the data on behalf of Google. Unfortunately, we have no influence on this.

Article 8 – Final stipulation

We advise you to consult this privacy statement regularly, because we can make alterations to our policy. If you have questions about this statement or the way we use your data, send an e-mail to If you have a complaint about the way we handle your data, you can let us know.

You can also contact the Dutch Data Protection Authority via this link:

Contact details

Should you have any questions, requests or complaints, contact us via the contact details below.

Concordialaan 67
5223 ZN Den Bosch
T: +31 (0)6 23296406

Fred van Gansewinkel is the data protection officer (DPO). You can reach him via