GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation

By Robert Alexander Prein, version of May 22, 2018.

What will you find on this page?

Thank you for visting I am aware that you are presenting me with information about yourself, such as your name and contact details and I would like to inform you on what that information is being used for. Please read the following with easy I tried to make it as easy to follow as possible.

My obligations as a business entrepreneur

As a business entrepreneur I am obliged to inform you about the way I handle your personal data. What will happen with them, with what purpose do I use them and how, and how long, will they be stored and secured. That is what this GDPR is about. I will be concise, precise, transparent and easy to follow about it. Okay? Let’s go!

Your data will be handled with the utmost care

This goes without saying. If you subscribe for my newsletter, that is what I will use your data for. If you contact me through the contact form on the website, I use the information you supply me with to contact you. Any personal messages in the “Message” text field will not go any further than my email inbox. Please let me inform you a bit more in depth about this below.

What data are we talking about precisely?

Whenever you visit my website, fill in the contact form on the website or use my service as an actor or dancer, your data will be processed: think about your first name, family name, address, email address, your website, telephone number, your IP-address (the address from which you reached my website, this says something about the internet connection you used) and data about your activities on my website.

What is my data used for?

Naturally, I will only use your contact details to contact you about projects, collaborations or when you want to hire me as and actor or dancer. Also, with your approval, I might use your data to send newsletters about new projects that you might be interested in. I will ask your approval in advance. Data on your behavior on my website will be used to analyse visitors behavior and improve the website’s content and user friendliness.

What will I not do with your data?

I will not sell your data to any other parties. Your data also will not be used to create extensive visitors profiles. Lastly, they will not be processed by automated computer systems that will make decisions based on your data.

Will my data be shared with others?

Yes, but only if strictly necessary for the normal flow of a business. That means:
– The bank will get the data they’ll need to process any payment orders.
– My tax advisor will receive the data that is stated on invoices as he processes my administration.
– The website hoster that processes the contact form will have access to the data you fill in.
– Software used to spread newsletters will have access to data that is required to contact you.
– Google analytics will have access to data for the analysis of visitors behavior.
I made agreements with all the “third parties” about processing your data.


At the bottom of every newsletter, it gives you the option to adjust your personal details or to unsubscribe.

What happens when you are surfing online?

Technical and functional cookies are being used to make sure my website works properly and is displayed properly and they help facilitate the use of my website. In addition, Google Analytics keeps general data on visitors, among which your IP-address.


A cookie is a simple text file that is being saved on your computer or mobile device on your first visit of the website. Via the settings in your internet browser, you can deactivate the use of cookies (so they won’t be saved anymore), erase all previously saved information and/or turn on notifications when cookies are being sent. Do mind that some websites might work less well when you turn off the use of cookies.

Google Analytics, the privacy friendly way

Google Analytics saves visiting- and click behavior and analyse these. That information is being stored by Google on servers in the United States and is being processed in reports on the functioning of this website. You can find more information about their privacy regulations on the websites of Google and Google Analytics.

Collecting these data is being done in a privacy-friendly manner; I made the unique part of every customer anonymous, ‘sharing data’ is turned off and no other Google services are being combined with Google Analytics. The last three digits of your IP-address have are also unknown to Google Analytics.

Google Analytics could share this information with third parties if Google is legally required to do so, or whenever third parties process data for Google. I have no further influence on these.

Your data is well secured

I take your privacy seriously. Your data will not be saved online or in the cloud. My computer is well secured and the website uses a safe SSL-certificate. You can recognize an SSL-connection by the lock and the word ‘safe’ or ‘veilig’ in front of the URL (this is currently in process for this website).

For how long will my data be saved?

No longer than is necessary for its purpose that it was collected for. This means that contact details of clients or co-collaborators will not be kept in file for longer than two years after the latest assignment or project. Data of potential clients that didn’t lead up to an agreement will not be kept in file longer than two years after the first moment of contact.

There is, however, one exception: as a business entrepreneur I am legally obliged to keep my administration, including invoices and accompanying address details, in file for seven years.

Would you like to correct your personal data or would you like see or erase your personal data?

Then please contact me and I will arrange for it to happen in ultimately 2 working days. If you feel like anything is wrong, you can ask for help or file a complaint at the Nederlandse Autoriteit Persoonsgegevens.

Any tips , questions or feedback?

Then also please contact me!

Robert Alexander Prein
+31 6 20127771

Thank you for reading and all the best!

Robert Prein