Veilet is committed to treating your personal information with care. Personal information is therefore securely stored and processed in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations, such as the Personal Data Protection Act [Wet bescherming persoonsgegevens].

Collecting and processing information

In the provision of our services, the personal information of users is collected via this website and saved in Veilet's database. Veilet uses the information of visitors to the website(s) for contract fulfilment (e.g. delivery of artworks).

Information security

We use security procedures e.g. in order to prevent unauthorised access to this information.

Storing information

Veilet stores and uses solely that information which is submitted directly to Veilet or where it is clear that such information has been submitted to Veilet. 

Veilet will hold your information only for as long as is strictly necessary. Veilet is entitled to store de-personalised information for statistical and research purposes. Veilet has implemented the necessary security procedures to prevent the loss, unauthorised or unlawful use and alteration of all information which you provide. 

Your temporary IP address and, as far as possible, the website of origin are identified each time you visit the website. Veilet does not store or use this data as personally identifiable information. It is used solely to analyse website navigation and the pages visited with a view to improving the website's traffic, functionality and content. 

Sharing information

Veilet will not share the information received from you with third parties unless:
* You have given your direct and personal consent to do so.
* Such information must be shared as part of your contract with Veilet.
* Veilet is required to fulfil a valid legal request, including serving or receiving a summons, fulfil a request from a court of law or initiate legal proceedings.
* Veilet believes you are in breach of the website's terms of use. 

Click tracking and cookies

The website keeps track of visitor data such as the pages most frequently visited. The purpose is to improve the design of the website.

Cookies are placed on your computer to a limited extent via the website to improve and enhance our services. These are pieces of information which are stored on your computer. Cookies are used e.g. to keep track of visitors' interaction with the website. We use Google Analytics, a web analysis service of Google Inc., for this purpose. 

You can manage the use of cookies via your browser settings. Most browsers can be adjusted to refuse cookies or to alert you whenever your computer receives a cookie. Instructions on how to change these settings can be found in your browser. Changing the use of cookies via your browser will not restrict your use of the website, but it could possibly have an effect on your use of other websites. 

Links to other websites

The website could contain links to other websites. Whilst these websites have been carefully chosen, we cannot be held responsible for the use of your information by third party websites. Please read third party privacy statements, if available, prior to the use of any third party website.


We reserve the right to make changes to the privacy statement. We encourage you to check the privacy statement regularly for any updates on our privacy policy.


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