This privacy statement applies to all relations of Studio Ubique and the users of www.studioubique.com.
2. Which parties are there?
In this privacy statement, “Studio Ubique” means: Studio Ubique, with registered office at Zwartewaterallee 44, 8031 DX Zwolle, the Netherlands. “User”, “you”, “your” or “relations”: any natural person (B2C) or legal person (B2B) who is or enters into a contractual relationship of any kind with Studio Ubique through its online platform.
Your privacy is very important to Studio Ubique. Personal data is therefore carefully processed and secured by us. We therefore adhere to the privacy law. You can read how we do this in this privacy statement and we explain as much as possible what we do with the information we learn about you while using our website (www.studioubique.com). Questions? Then contact us.
Cookies are small text files that websites store on your computer or mobile device. They collect information about – for example – your personal preferences, website visit and device in order to improve the functionality and user experience of those websites. Some cookies collect personal data directly or indirectly and are therefore privacy sensitive. That is why they also fall under European and Dutch legislation.
5. Which cookies do we use?
The following types of cookies are used on the Studio Ubique website: I. Essential cookies Essential cookies are cookies that are necessary for a website to function (better), for example cookies that manage the loading time of web pages.
II. Functional cookies Functional cookies collect information about the choices and preferences of visitors and offer the possibility to remember and personalize language and other local settings.
III. Analytical or performance cookies Analytical or performance cookies collect information about visitor behavior in order to measure the performance of the website in question and to improve the user experience.
6. Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics to keep track of how visitors use our website. We have concluded a processor agreement with Google for this. It contains strict agreements about what they can keep. For example, we do not allow Google to use the information obtained for other Google services.