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Privacy policy

Version 2018.2

1. Your privacy is respected

Blinqlab respects and protects the privacy of all visitors to its site and related websites or web applications, (hereinafter: “Site”). Blinqlab uses all personal information provided to it only for the purposes described in this Privacy Statement. The legal relationship between you and Blinqlab is governed by Dutch law and the processing of personal data is therefore in accordance with applicable Dutch laws and regulations in the field of privacy, in particular the Personal Data Protection Act.

2. Who is Blinqlab Direct?

Blinqlab, Blinqlab Direct and Blinqlabdirect are tradenames of By Proxy BV and operate the site and derived country websites and web applications. The site is a communication medium between Blinqlab Direct and its clients.

Establishment and visiting address: Hengeveldstraat 29, 3572 KH Utrecht
Phone: 088-678 678 9
Accessible on working days during office hours Chamber of Commerce Amsterdam 34202730
VAT NL.812940.842.B01

3. What data is processed by Blinqlab?

If you provide Blinqlab with orders via the order module or otherwise, your name, e-mail address and project reference, usually consisting of location, postcode and address, will in any case be processed. If you want to create an account via our website in order to work on account, (only for selected companies possible), all your NAWTE data will be recorded as well as your Chamber of Commerce number. If you place an assignment, we will make images of the interior and / or exterior of the real estate, depending on the type of assignment. This can be done in the form of photography, video, floor plans and visualisations.

4. For what purposes does Blinqlab process data?

Your data will only be used to communicate with you and any third parties engaged in the assignment about the assignment (s) you have provided. If necessary, we will send you a newsletter. In the case of your own account, the data will be processed so that you can log into your personal page.

5. To whom does Blinqlab provide data?

Blinqlab will not provide your information to third parties without your prior consent, unless it is obliged to do so on the basis of a legal provision. Blinqlab can, however, provide (some of) your data to companies affiliated with Blinqlab. Blinqlab reserves the right to provide (a part of) your data in the event of the transfer of ownership of (part of) Blinqlab, for example through a merger or acquisition by another company. Blinqlab will endeavor, if your information is provided to the acquiring company, to inform you of this, for example by a message on the Site or an advertisement in a national newspaper.

6. How long does Blinqlab store your data?

As long as you actively place orders via the Blinqlab web application, your data will be retained in our system. This also applies to the details of your potential clients. Blinqlab strives to pseudonimise all personal details of the relevant assignment one year after completion, invoicing or cancellation of the quotation or order. If there are legal retention periods for data, for example invoicing, these determine the retention period for quotation or assignment related information.

7. Customize the notification and email preferences

Blinqlab offers several ways to manage the notifications you receive. You can choose to no longer receive certain emails and notifications by indicating your preference via your settings page in the web application. You can also unsubscribe by following the instructions at the bottom of each type of e-mail. All e-mails related to administration or services (to confirm an order or an update of this Privacy Policy or the Terms of Service, etc.) generally do not offer an option to unsubscribe, because they are necessary to provide you with the desired to provide services.

8. Account Information Update

You can correct, update or update any submitted account information that is incorrect at any time by modifying that information in your personal account information. If you need more help, please contact Blinqlab.

9. Deleting information and accounts

You can request a request to have your account deleted via Once you delete your account, your orders, delivered products and invoices can not be recovered.

10. Objection

When we process your data on the basis of our legitimate interests as set out above or in the public interest, you may object to this processing under certain circumstances. In such cases, we stop processing your data unless we have compelling legitimate reasons to continue processing or where necessary for legal reasons.

11. What are cookies and how does Blinqlab use them?

A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your hard disk by the system of the website you are visiting. A cookie contains information about you as a visitor to the Site. A cookie can only be recognized by the server from which you received it. A cookie is important for the functioning of the (internet) applications with which you work. You have the possibility to set your browser so that cookies are refused. This will allow your use of the Site to be negatively affected.

12. How far does Blinqlab's responsibility go?

The Site contains links to third party websites. Blinqlab is not responsible for compliance with privacy legislation by these third parties.

13. How does Blinqlab protect your data?

Blinqlab provides appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data against loss and against any form of unlawful processing.

14. Can this Privacy Statement be changed?

Should Blinqlab decide to change its Privacy Statement, these changes will be immediately included in this Privacy Statement.

15. Where can you go for questions and requests?

If you have questions or requests about Blinqlab’s privacy policy, you can make this known by sending an e-mail to

16. Complaints

If you want to ask questions about our use of your information (and without prejudice to other rights that you have), you have the right to do so with your local supervisory authority.