Via this website (www.sarahangius.com, a Sarah Angius website), privacy-sensitive or personal data is often processed. Careful treatment of personal data is very important to Sarah Angius. Personal data is therefore processed and protected very carefully.
In our processing, we comply with the requirements set by the Privacy Protection Act (going into effect 25 May 2018). This means that we:
- Clearly state the purposes for processing personal data. We do this via this privacy statement;
- Limit our collection of personal data to only the personal data required for legitimate reasons;
- We ask you for explicit permission to process your personal data in cases where your consent is required;
- Take security measure to protect your personal data and also require this from parties that process personal data for us;
- We respect your right to see, correct or remove your personal data by request.
In this privacy statement, we explain what personal data we collect and use and for what purposes. We recommend you read this statement carefully.
Who am I?
I am Sarah Angius. I started my Journey in 2015 where I posted a simple hair tutorial on Instagram just for fun, not knowing how it would change my entire life forever! In 2016 and after being a hairstylist for over 7 years I quit my job and decided to focus more on what I love to do most, making hair tutorials online! All the information that I’ve learned over the years is so precious to me and I want to share it with you. I believe that every woman deserves to feel beautiful and confidante about her self and the way she looks. All of this begins with understanding what your hair needs and how you can help it look better. What beauty products you can use to accentuate your gorgeousness even more!
This privacy statement applies to all our processing – including when we process personal data for other parties.
Data Protection Officer
In the context of the Data Protection Act, we report that Sarah Angius has no Data Protection officer, but we are happy to help you with your question. Please contact us via the contact form.
What personal data does Sarah Angius process?
We process the following personal data via the contact form:
- your name,
- your email
- possible personal information in the message field ,
- cookie ID (you can read more about cookies in our cookie statement) and surfing behaviour.
Why do we process that personal data?
Sarah Angius processes personal data for the following purposes:
- Legal obligations
A small portion of our processing is legally required. This applies primarily to personal data required for us to fulfil our tax obligation. But we may also process personal data in the event of calamities.
- Newsletters and emails
You can register for the Sarah Angius newsletter, often personalised. If there is a change regarding your profile, you can edit your profile in the option offered for this at the bottom of the newsletter. If you no longer wish to receive newsletters from us, you may unsubscribe at the bottom of every newsletter.
- Marketing & Recruitment
For Sarah Angius campaigns, we also process personal data. For example, IP address, cookie ID, social ID and/or surfing behaviour. We do this to be able to show the most relevant advertising in the right places. We may also use ‘adapted target groups’ via social media platforms for Sarah Angius (and campaigns related to us). We may do this via Facebook, Instagram and via LinkedIn targeting. (Personalised) ads may be shown on these platforms. We do not share personal data with third parties for this, unless you have explicitly given your consent for this. If you do not want ads to be shown via these platforms, you can indicate this to us via the above contact data at Who are We. You can also unsubscribe from these platforms. In the following pages you can read how to do this by clicking on the relevant links:
Please note: after unsubscribing, you may still see Sarah Angius ads if you are part of a general target group that we focus our ads on.
- Improving Sarah Angius services
For the improvement of our services, we also maintain personal data. For example, clicking behaviour on the website to analyse what articles are read most and open rates to see if our newsletters are found to be relevant.
Rights of the parties involved
Under the Data Protection Act, everyone has certain rights. We do our best to comply with this as much as possible. Do you have tips or comments? Let us know! To use your rights, you may contact us via the contact form.
- Information and perusal: of course, you may see what personal data of yours we have processed and saved. If you like, we will explain to you how and why we have processed that information.
- Rectification: Do you believe we have saved the wrong details of yours? Let us know, then we will adjust it as soon as possible.
- Obscurity: You may request us to remove the personal data we have of yours. We may still have to process the data for other purposes (administration or de-duplication, for example).
- Restriction: If you believe that we process your personal data illegally or incorrectly, you can restrict the processing.
- Objection (appeal): you may submit an objection to the processing of your personal data. Is it related to marketing purposes? We will end the processing as soon as possible.
- Transferability: This is a new right under the new Data Protection Act, to transfer your personal data (have it transferred). Should you wish to make use of this, please contact us.
In addition, you may also:
- Withdraw your consent: for example, for receiving emails. If you wish to withdraw your consent for another type of processing, you may contact us.
- File a complaint with the AP: If you believe that we are not acting in compliance with the privacy law, we would like to hear about it. You may also file a complaint with the Personal Data Authority (NL) about this after 25 May, 2018.
Sarah Angius keeps your data no longer than necessary to achieve the purposes mentioned in this privacy statement. We save your data as long as you are subscribed to the newsletter. If you send us an email or ask a question via a contact form, we save your data for 6 months after we have responded to you, so that we can answer any follow-up questions if need be. We save company details for the duration of the mutual service provision. Related personal data -related to the company you work for or are representing – are also included in this.
Principle of the processing
As explained above, we process some data to carry out a legal obligation, some to carry out an agreement (order, purchase of service and/or product or an event), and most to carry out the legitimate interests of Sarah Angius: carry out our objective. If would you like to find out more about what we consider legitimate interests, don’t hesitate to contact us! Lastly, we process some data with your permission: this refers particularly to online tracking methods.
Third party receivers
To carry out some of our services, we may hire service providers. These are not ‘third party receivers’, but processors. For example, we work with an ISP, our accountant, a cloud environment, a hosting partner, copy writers, etc. and we use Google Analytics. These parties process personal data in accordance with Sarah Angius’s orders. Sometimes we are legally obligated to provide personal data to third parties, such as Tax Services. Other than that, we will only provide data to third parties if we have received your explicit consent for this.
The Sarah Angius websites have several references to other organizations’ websites. Sarah Angius is not responsible for the way those parties process personal data. You can read the relevant owner/organization’s privacy statement for this.
Cookies are small text files that are installed on a PC, tablet, or mobile phone by an internet page. The following websites install cookies or similar technologies (hereafter: “cookies”):
On the relevant websites, you may provide permission for installing the cookie -if applicable -. Below is a list of cookies that get installed by the Sarah Angius website and their functionality:
Analytics cookies (google analytics):
Cookie Retention period Goal
_gat 1 minute is used to measure the speed of the visit.
_gid 24 hours is used to differentiate between users.
_ga 2 years analytics cookie that measure website visits and are used to differentiate between users (anonymously).
Sarah Angius uses Analytics cookies to study the use of the Sarah Angius website. A permanent cookie is installed on your computer or mobile device. This provides Sarah Angius insights into the ways and how often the Sarah Angius website is used, and adjustment to the Sarah Angius website can be implemented using that information. This is one of the way in which we ensure the optimum functionality of the Sarah Angius website.
Sarah Angius anonymously processes statistics about visits to its website. This is done with a web analysis system. The following information is saved in the web analysis system via cookies:
- the IP address
- technical features, such as the browser you use (such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer or another browser)
- the resolution of your computer screen
- from what page you arrived on the Sarah Angius website
- when and how long you visit or use the Sarah Angius website
- whether you use the functionalities of the Sarah Angius website
- what pages you visit on the Sarah Angius website
Cookie: Twitter; Guest_id
Purpose: Through these cookies, you can see ads from Sarah Angius that match your preferences (interest-based targeting) when using Twitter services, after you have been on the Sarah Angius website.
Retention period: Max 90 days
Cookie: Facebook; Act, c_user, csm, fr, lu, s, presence, p, xs
Purpose: Cookies that provide insight into what media used by Facebook is effective and these cookies enable you to see ads from Sarah Angius that match your preferences (interest-based targeting) on the websites you visit after you have visited third party websites).
Retention period: Max. 1 year
Purpose: We use the Insight Tag at LinkedIn to measure the performance of our LinkedIn ads. Read more at: https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-table.
Cookie: Google Adwords, NID, HSID, SSID, APISID, SAPISID
Purpose: Cookie that provides insight into what media used by Google Adwords is effective. The online media partner is paid on the basis of this.
Retention period: Max. 1 year
Cookie: Google Double-click (DBM)
Purpose: These cookies enable you to see Sarah Angius ads that match your preference (interest-based targeting) on the website you visit, after you have visited the websites of third parties.
Retention period: 18 months
Purpose: Cookie that provides insight into what media used by Sarah Angius is effective. The online media partners are paid based on this.
Retention period: 18 months
The easiest way to remove cookies is through your browser. Below is a list of the most-used browsers and corresponding links to the way you can remove your cookies in that browser:
- Google Chrome (Andoid, Computer, iPad/iPhone)
- Mozilla Firefox
- Internet Explorer 7 and 8
- Internet Explorer 9 and 10