Privacy and Cookie Statement
Oregon Motorcycle Law is committed to protecting your privacy on this website. Please read this Privacy & Cookie Statement carefully so that you understand how we collect and use your personal data.
This Privacy & Cookie Statement applies to all personal information collected and used by the Oregon Motorcycle Law entity responsible for the relevant part of the website. The particulars of the responsible Oregon Motorcycle Law entity can be found under the button “Legal Information” on the left navigation menu of the page. The Oregon Motorcycle Law entity which is responsible for the relevant part of the website is hereinafter referred to as “Oregon Motorcycle Law”.
Oregon Motorcycle Law respects your privacy and complies with the provisions of the Dutch Act on the Processing of Personal Data.
We shall only store so called “cookies” on your computer when you have provided us with your consent by clicking on the appropriate button(s) during your visit of our website. Cookies are small text files that the website stores locally on your computer. Cookies allow us to recognize your computer the next time you visit us. By doing so, Oregon Motorcycle Law is able to improve user-friendliness of the website and to adjust the website to your needs. Most Internet browsers are set to accept these cookies automatically.
The type of personal information we collect as a result of a cookie is specific to your computer and may include the Internet Protocol (IP) address, the date and time you access our website and what parts of the website are visited. We collect the foregoing personal information to monitor the usage and usefulness of our website, for statistical purposes and to send you information about our company and our (new) products and services, which suit your interest.
You may set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie or to refuse receiving it. You can also withdraw your consent at all times by re-entering our website and select the right options. By changing settings, you can also determine that your browser will not accept cookies from this website. Be aware that in such events you may no longer be able to use all the possibilities and features of our website.
Collection of data, purpose and recipients
We collect personal data when you provide it to us (e.g. name, address, postal code, city, phone number and e-mail address), through registration, completion of forms or e-mails, as part of an order for products or services, inquiries or requests or other situations in which you have chosen to provide personal information to us.
Your data shall be processed for the purposes of realization of any agreement, between you and Oregon Motorcycle Law, fulfilling a request from you for information or advice, meeting statutory or other legal requirements, providing an optimal service and sending you information about our company and our (new) products or services, which suit your interest.
We may provide your data to our Oregon Motorcycle Law group companies for the same purposes as referred to above. Our group companies will also process your data in accordance with this Privacy & Cookie statement. In no event will your personal data be transferred to parties located in countries outside the USA, which do not have an adequate level of protection, without your prior consent. Further, your personal data will only be provided to (or used on behalf of) third parties for direct marketing purposes after you have been offered the opportunity to object thereto. Oregon Motorcycle Law group companies and third parties will process your personal data according to instructions of Oregon Motorcycle Law and under the responsibility of Oregon Motorcycle Law.
The Oregon Motorcycle Law websites are not intended to be used by persons under the age of sixteen (16) and we will not knowingly allow such visitors to use Oregon Motorcycle Law’s websites.
Please be aware that our Privacy Statement does not apply to other websites, also:
if you access these other sites using a link on our website; or if you link to our site from another website.
Right to object / access / rectification
At all times you can object against the use of your data for direct marketing purposes. At all times you can request access to and/or rectification and/or deletion of your data if such data are incorrect or irrelevant for the mentioned purposes. For these purposes please send us your request for access, correction or removal of your personal data to [email protected]
Oregon Motorcycle Law will not retain the personal data that are obtained through this website for longer than necessary, unless there are compelling reasons or other legal obligations to retain the data for a longer period.
Security of your data
The storage and transfer of your data through the internet are secured by means of the current usual techniques.