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Privacy statement

State of Art collects and processes your personal data to keep you informed about the status of your order, the latest collections and promotions and to add your purchase history to your account. State of Arts tries to ensure that we only collect the minimum amount of personal data for that purpose. If you want to find out more about the way we collect personal data and your rights in relation to the processing of your personal data, please read our privacy statement here:     

Privacy and the use of your data
In order to be able to inform you or to deliver your orders, to name just a few things, State of Art needs data from you. Personal data about where you live, payment details, your email address, and sometimes your telephone number as well. This data is collected, retained and used (in one word: processed) by State of Art. Just like you, State of Art considers it important that your data is safe and that it is handled in a careful and confidential manner. This is why State of Art has made arrangements about the way State of Art processes your data. You can find these arrangements on this page. In doing so, State of Art complies with the General Data Protection Regulation.

Of whom does State of Art process data?
State of Art processes the data of everyone who leaves data with State of Art, in a Store or on the Web shop. State of Art also processes data received from affiliates/partners.

Which data regarding you does State of Art process?
State of Art processes inter alia the following data :
- Name and address details;
- Contact details (telephone number, email, etc.);
- Date of birth;
- Gender;
- Payment details;
- Website login data;
- Location details.

For which purpose does State of Art process your data?
State of Art processes your data:
• to inform you about your orders;
• to inform you about the latest collections and promotions;
• to add your purchase history to your account.

With whom does State of Art share your personal data?
State of Art shares your personal data with various other parties if this is necessary for informing you or finalising your order. State of Art concludes a processing agreement with parties that process your data on our behalf. With this processing agreement, State of Art ensures that other parties will also handle your data in a careful and confidential manner and, therefore, that they are safe.

The parties with which your (personal) data may be shared, can be divided into the following categories:
- IT database/website management and maintenance companies
- Payment providers
- Transport companies

Do you want to know which data State of Art has regarding you?
You can ask State of Art which data State of Art has regarding you, and State of Art will send you an overview of this data. Do you notice that the data is incorrect? Or is any information missing? Then you can ask State of Art to adjust or supplement your data.

What if you do not want State of Art to process your personal data?
You can always ask State of Art to stop using your data. You can also ask State of Art to limit the processing of your personal data, to erase your data, or to transfer your data to another so-called data controller. For example, you do not want State of Art to inform you anymore.

What do you have to do?
If you do not want State of Art to use your data anymore, to limit the use or to transfer your data, please contact State of Art.

How long does State of Art retain your data?
State of Art retains your data with a purpose (see: For which purpose does State of Art process your data?). State of Art retains your data for as long as State of Art needs it for achieving that purpose. State of Art observes the law in this regard. If State of Art does not need your data anymore, State of Art will remove it.

Protection
Your data is appropriately protected by State of Art against theft, loss, or any other unauthorised use that might be made of this data. State of Art has taken the necessary precautions to prevent your personal data from being lost, stolen, or viewed by persons outside State of Art.

Cookies
State of Art uses cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer, tablet, or mobile telephone when you consult the website. The major part of the cookies are used by the website itself. These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the website. In addition, two other cookie requests are made to Google Analytics. Storing these cookies does not require permission from the visitor of the website.
If you do not want cookies to be stored, you can adjust your browser settings.
Read more about cookies in our cookie statement.

Right of complaint
If you are of the opinion that State of Art does not handle your data in a careful and confidential manner, you can lodge a complaint with State of Art or the Dutch Data Protection Authority. In the unlooked-for event that your complaint is not resolved satisfactorily, you can appeal to the court.

Contact
If you have any questions or remarks about the way State of Art is handling your data, please contact State of Art.

Changes
State of Art retains the right to modify the Privacy statement. State of Art advises you to read this Privacy statement on a regular basis. You can always view the latest version on www.stateofart.com.

Our Privacy Statement can be downloaded here in PDF format.