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Privacy statement

The Infocentre WW2 Nijmegen is managed by the Freedom Museum in Groesbeek. The privacy policy of the Infocentre WW2 Nijmegen aims to process the personal information of visitors confidentially and with care. This is in place to secure and protect your privacy. The Infocentre WW2 reserves the right to make changes to the privacy policy at any time. The most recent version will be published on this page. If you have any questions regarding our privacy policy, please feel free to contact us. 

Personal Information: use, goal and security 

The Infocentre WW2 collects personal information on its website (through our contact forms) and through email when you use our services. Your details will solely be used for the answering of questions and making reservations for events, group bookings or similar activities. If you fill out a form on our website or send us an email, your details will be saved for as long as it takes us to deal with your inquiry. Contact details, that are provided when submitting an activity for the regional calendar, will only be used if we have questions for you. If you have registered your email to be notified of activities (in the regional calendar) it will only be used for that purpose.

The Infocentre does not share your details with others without your approval. In addition, our website is secured with an SSL-certificate. This certificate guarantees that confidential information is sent in an encrypted message so data cannot be intercepted. 

Google Analytics 

The Infocentre WW2 uses the programme Google Analytics. For this programme, tracking cookies will be placed on the website of the Infocentre WW2 to gain data on the use of the website by visitors. This information is used for statistical purposes only. The last eight numbers of the IP-address are masked to ensure personal data from visitors to the website is used fully anonymously. In addition, the Infocentre WW2 does not share the collected details with Google and the Infocentre WW2 does not use other services of Google in combination with Google Analytics cookies. The Infocentre WW2 has a contract with Google to guarantee the previously stated privacy guidelines. See also our Cookie Statement

Other Websites 

Our website gives access to several social media amongst which Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Using so called social plug-ins, you can share information on the website with others and make recommendations. No cookies are stored in the process. 

Right of access, corrections and removal

You have the right to access the personal information collected from you by the Infocentre WW2. Should the data include wrong information, then you have the right to correct this. In addition, you have the possibility to have your personal information removed completely. You are obliged to make a request to view your personal information in advance. Should you be subscribed to our mailing list and do you not wish to receive any more emails? You can inform us by sending an email to [email protected]. Your email address will then be removed from our database. 

Complaints and liability

The daily management is in the hands of director Wiel P.H. Lenders, MA. Lisa van Kessel, MA is responsible for the general coordination. 

If you have any comments or complaints you can contact us through the following channels: 

Visiting address: Ridderstraat 27, 6511 TM Nijmegen
Postal address: Postbus 144, 6560 AC Groesbeek
Tel.: 024-3974404 (secretariat of the Freedom Museum)
Email: [email protected]