At Dutch News, we gather user data primarily for three purposes:

When users sign up for the Mailchimp newsletter, use Google Analytics, or participate in sales campaigns and competitions, we do collect information about them.

We'll keep your information private. We will not sell or give your information to any other firm if you have subscribed to our newsletter or provided us with your email address in conjunction with a survey or campaign. On rare occasions, we could send you marketing emails on behalf of reliable partners.

Please be aware that we reserve the right to access and share personal data in order to enforce applicable laws and respond to valid government requests, maintain the integrity of our systems, and defend our company and users.

In an effort to safeguard both personal and non-personal information, Dutch News employs industry-standard security practises. A 100% safe online data transmission cannot be guaranteed, nevertheless.

Cookies and outside sources

A cookie is a straightforward text file that a website's server places on your computer or mobile device and that only that server will be able to retrieve or read the contents of. Every cookie has a specific ID for your web browser. It will include some anonymous data, including a special identity, the name of the site, and a few digits and numbers. It enables a website to keep track of things like your preferences or the contents of your shopping cart.

To track ad impressions and conversions, third-party advertisers like Google Adsense and DoubleClick will create statistical cookies. By doing this, we are able to draw in advertising and maintain our free website.

You consent to the use of cookies in the manner stated by using the Dutch News website.

Using cookies, certain advertisers may target their advertisements to particular advertiser groups. Readers have several options for blocking online behavioral advertising:

Modify the browser settings on your computer to prevent the usage of any third-party cookies and/or to limit their use. For more details, consult the Help section of your computer's web browser.

Some Dutch News websites incorporate plug-ins from outside platforms (like the 'Facebook Recommend' feature). These third-party suppliers may gather data about your visit to Dutch News on these sites. Please see these third parties' privacy policies for further details on how they use information.