Your Proofreading processes personal data in light of her services. More information about
this will be provided below.
Company name: Your Proofreading
Company owner: Mark van Kranenburg
Address: Aquamarijnstraat 597, 9743 PP, Groningen
Phone number: +31 6 25538842
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chamber of commerce number: 83727256
Dutch tax ID: NL003869541B17
Type of details
Your Proofreading requests and processes the below-mentioned details of her (individual)
– first and last name;
– address details;
– phone number;
– email address.
Since Your Proofreading has sponsor and promotion contracts with different (student)
organizations, Your Proofreading will also incorporate her clients’ membership of the
organization in question into its processed data. For more information, please read
‘Purpose’, ‘Third parties’ and ‘Client rights’ below.
In case of corporate clients, Your Proofreading will also incorporate the company form,
Chamber of Commerce number and tax ID of the client in question into its processed data.
For more information, please read ‘Purpose’, ‘Third parties’ and ‘Client rights’ below.
Your Proofreading requests and processes the above-mentioned data for the purposes
– delivering services to her clients, particularly corrections and assistance for academic
papers and theses;
– maintaining contact with her clients and announcing any peculiarities or changes;
– arranging payments by her clients;
– handling the three points above with parents/caretakers in case of underage clients;
– providing the Dutch Tax Service with information at their request;
– contacting third parties like (student) organizations that the client may be a member
of to pay applicable commission.
Your Proofreading provides the data of her clients to the third parties mentioned below:
– parents/caretakers of underage clients;
– Dutch Tax Service (at their request);
– (student) organizations (if the client is a member of one AND if Your Proofreading has
a sponsorship or promotion contract with the organization in question).
If a client objects to their data being shared with third parties, they need to inform Your
Proofreading by email about this.
Individual and corporate clients always have the right to:
– ask Your Proofreading which of their data are processed for which purposes;
– ask Your Proofreading with which third parties their data are shared;
– withdrawing their consent for processing and sharing their data;
– change their data.
Clients can only exercise the right above by contacting Your Proofreading by email.
If a client wants Your Proofreading to indicate which of their data have been processed and
shared with third parties, they need to inform Your Proofreading by email about this. If
applicable, the client needs to indicate in which format the data need to be transferred.
If a client wants Your Proofreading to share their data with third parties, they need to
indicate in an email to Your Proofreading which third party it concerns, which data need to
be shared, via which channel the data need to be shared (for example by mail, by email or in
a telephone call) and, if applicable, in which format the data need to be shared.
Data retention term
Your Proofreading retains the data for a term of three years. There are two reasons for this.
First, this ensures there is enough time to (retroactively) share and discuss relevant
information with third parties like the Dutch Tax Service and (student) organizations.
Second, the official term of most university education programmes is three years at most,
which means the student will have the opportunity to request data from Your Proofreading for the entire duration of their studies.
After three years from the first contact with the
client, the data along with the written and corrected work will be destroyed.
If a client wants Your Proofreading to destroy their data and written and corrected work
earlier, they need to inform Your Proofreading about this via email.
contact Your Proofreading by email at email@example.com.