The International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (hereinafter “IDFA”) respects your privacy. When you visit the IDFA website, we do not collect personal data on you unless you choose to provide us with that information.
Use of data submitted by you
IDFA only collects personal data when you choose to share it with us, and we use this information solely for the purpose you provided us with it. If you ask us for information about our activities, products and services, IDFA processes your personal data so we can satisfy your request. If you send us a job application, we process your information within the framework of the application process.
IDFA can decide to save certain information and to release it if this is required to protect our rights or those of others. In all other cases, IDFA does not provide your personal data to third parties, unless the law requires us to do so.
Accessing other sites
On the various pages of IDFA’s website, visitors have the opportunity to navigate to the websites of other companies. IDFA accepts no responsibility with regard to how those other companies handle personal data. IDFA recommends that you familiarize yourself with policies or statements regarding the handling of personal data by third-party websites, as their guidelines may differ from those of IDFA.
Cookies andGoogle Analytics
This website also employs Google Analytics, a web analysis service offered by Google. By using this website, you are granting permission for Google to process user information to analyze website use.
For questions, comments or complaints regarding IDFA’s protection of your personal data, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
IDFA reserves the right to make changes to this Privacy Statement. All changes will be made known on this page. IDFA advises you to consult this page regularly to check if any changes have been made.
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