State of Art collects and processes personal data from you. We do this with the aim of informing you about your order, the latest collections, and promotions as well as to update your account with your purchase history. State of Art collects only personal data that we need for this purpose. Would you like more information on this and on your rights regarding the processing of your data? Please read our privacy statement below:
Privacy and the use of your data
In order to provide you with information or to deliver your orders, State of Art requires data from you. Personal details, where you live, payment details, your email address, and sometimes your telephone number. This data is collected, stored, and used (in one word: processed) by State of Art. Just like you, State of Art finds it important that your data is safe and that it is handled carefully and confidentially. State of Art has therefore made agreements on how State of Art processes your data. These agreements are on this page. State of Art hereby observes the General Data Protection Regulation.
From whom does State of Art process data?
State of Art processes the data of anyone who visits a State of Art Store or online shop. State of Art also processes data that State of Art receives from affiliate partners.
Which of your personal data does State of Art process?
State of Art processes the following data, among others:
- Name and address details;
- Contact details (e.g. telephone no., email);
- Date of birth;
- Payment details;
- Website login details;
- Location data.
What does State of Art process your data for?
State of Art processes your data to:
• inform you about your orders;
• inform you about the latest collections and promotions;
• update your account with your purchase history.
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 to provide you with information or to complete your order. State of Art concludes a processing agreement with parties who process your data on our behalf. With the processor agreement, State of Art guarantees that other parties will also handle your data carefully and confidentially and that they therefore remain secure.
The parties with whom your (personal) data may be shared
- ICT database/website management and maintenance companies
- Payment providers
- Transport companies
Would you like to know which of your personal data State of Art has?
You can ask State of Art which of your personal data State of Art has. State of Art will then send you an overview of this data. Do you think your personal data is incorrect? Or is there any information missing? You can ask State of Art to change or supplement your data.
Do you not want State of Art to process your personal data?
You can ask State of Art to stop using your data at any time. You can also ask State of Art to limit the processing of your personal data, to delete your data, or to transfer your data to another data controller. For example, you would like State of Art to stop providing you with information.
What should you do?
Would you like State of Art to stop using your data, limit the use, or transfer your data? Simply contact State of Art.
How long does State of Art keep your data?
State of Art collects your data for a purpose (see: What does State of Art process your data for?). State of Art will keep your data as long as State of Art needs it for that purpose. State of Art hereby observes the relevant laws. If State of Art no longer needs your data, it will be deleted.
Your data will be secured by State of Art in an appropriate manner against theft, loss, or other unlawful use that could be made of this data. State of Art has taken the necessary measures to prevent your personal data from being lost, stolen, or viewed by persons outside State of Art.
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Right to complain
If, in your opinion, State of Art does not handle your data carefully and confidentially, you can lodge a complaint about this with State of Art or the Dutch Data Protection Authority. If your complaint is not resolved satisfactorily, you can appeal to the court.
Do you have questions and/or comments about how State of Art handles your data? Please contact State of Art by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone +31 (0) 544 39 22 33.
State of Art reserves the right to make changes to the Privacy Statement. State of Art advises you to read this Privacy Statement regularly. You can always find the latest version at www.stateofart.com.
Our privacy Statement can be downloaded here in PDF format.
If you register for our newsletter, we will use the data required or separately provided by you in order to regularly send you our (email) newsletter.
You can unsubscribe from the newsletter at any time by sending a message to email@example.com or via the link provided in the newsletter. After unsubscribing, we will delete your email address unless you have expressly agreed to the further use of your data or if such use is legally permissible and we inform you of this in this statement.
If you choose the Afterpay payment method, Afterpay may, based on its legitimate interest, perform a credit check itself or pass on the payment data collected for payment processing to an external credit institution. You may object to this at any time.