Effective Date: May 24, 2018
Last Modified: May 24, 2018

This website ('site') is brought to you by Flora ICT B.V. and any of its subsidiaries ('we', 'us', 'our'). We process personal and non-personal (anonymous) data about our site's visitors ('you', 'your'). This Privacy Policy is intended to explain to you what personal data we process through your use of the site and what we do with that data. By visiting our site and using our services, you agree to the terms stated in this Privacy Policy.

1. Who we are

Flora ICT B.V. Is a Dutch company, based in Haarlem. Our services mainly consist of providing website traffic to our clients. Our contact information:

Flora ICT B.V.
Wagenweg 40
2012 NE, Haarlem
The Netherlands
+31 (0)23 5298683

If you have any questions about our Privacy Policy or about the access, rectification, restriction and/or erasure of your personal data, please contact us at:

2. General

We care about your privacy; therefore we do our best to comply with relevant laws and regulations regarding the processing of personal data, such as the General Data Protection Regulation ('GDPR') and the Dutch GDPR Implementation Act ('Uitvoeringswet AVG'). For the purpose of this Privacy Policy, the definitions used should be read in line with the definitions stated in article 4 of the GDPR. More specifically:

The GDPR does not apply to anonymous information. Anonymous information is information which does not relate to an identified or identifiable natural person or to personal data rendered anonymous in such a manner that the data subject is not or no longer identifiable. This includes processing anonymous data for statistical or research purposes.

We process your personal data in a manner that ensures appropriate security, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage, using appropriate technical or organisational measures.

3. Basis for processing personal data

Processing of your personal data shall only take place on one of the following lawfull bases:

4. Purpose(s) of processing your personal data

We cannot process your personal data without a purpose. We collect and process personal data for the following purposes:

In principle, we only retain this personal data for as long as necessary for the purposes mentioned above, or to comply with statutory (storage) obligations.

5. Personal data we process

Passive personal data obtained through cookies and other technical information provided by you, your browser or your device.

A. Cookies

This website uses cookies. According to the GDPR parts of this information could be interpreted as (online) identifiers and therefore may qualify as personal data, especially when this data is combined. However, we consider the data we process through cookies anonymous, since this information does not relate to an identified or identifiable natural person. Having said that, for full transparancy we have outlined more information on the cookies that are placed through our site below.

A cookie is a small file that is being delivered to you through the pages of this site and that is being stored on your computer. The information stored on this cookie is being sent back to us each time you visit our site. Cookies help us to analyze the traffic to and from our site and deliver our visitors a better experience during their visit. Sometimes we use cookies to offer you a personalized experience, such as favorites and improved item suggestions. You have been put on notice of our use of these cookies immediately upon accessing our site's landing page by the following disclosure:

We use cookies to improve the site and to enhance your experience. This includes first- and third party tracking cookies for advertising purposes and website personalization features. You agree to the placement of these cookies by continuing to use this site and/or clicking here: I agree - I disagree - Read more

Cookie consent

Your consent to our use of cookies is automatically given by a clear affirmative act on our site, such as clicking on the 'I agree' button in the disclosure, on an item or category or when you perform a search query on our website. When you have clicked the 'I disagree' button or the 'read more' button, we assume that consent has not been given. Please note that your consent for the placement of analytical and functional cookies is not mandatory by law, so these cookies are placed automatically. Your consent is also registered in a cookie, so you don't see the disclosure everytime you visit our site. Please note that your consent is valid for our entire network. You can check out our network on

Withdrawing cookie consent

Your consent to our use of cookies is easily withdrawed by clearing your cookies and closing your browser. Whenever you return to our site, we will prompt you with the disclosure again and you are free to choose to accept it or not. Your browser settings allow you to delete and/or block certain cookies. If you do not agree (anymore) to the use of cookies, we recommend that you change your preferences and use the correct browser settings. Changing these settings and preferences may limit your ability to take full advantage of our site. To clear your cookies in your browser settings please visit the help-page of the browser you use. For the most popular browsers, you can take the following steps:

Please note that browser versions tend to change frequently, including their settings; so make sure to check out the help-pages for the fastest way to clear your cookies in your browser.

Types of cookies we use
Cookies we use

For an overview of cookies that are placed through our site see the table below:

Name Type Purpose
ta (referrer, trackerId, isReturningVisitor, clickCount, longTermTrackerId, longTermFirstVisit, utmSource, hasMultipleSessions) Persistent cookie First party analytics
variation Persistent cookie First part analytics
_gid Session based cookie Third party analytics by Google
_ga Session based cookie Third party analytics by Google
_gat Session based cookie Third party analytics by Google
_utma Persistent cookie Third party analytics by Google
fq-track Persistent cookie Third party fraud detection
cb-enabled Persistent cookie Stores cookie disclosure acceptance
session Session based cookie Stores user session
lp Persistent cookie Stores latest played items
fav Persistent cookie Stores favorized items

B. Other technical information provided by you, your browser or your device.

When you visit and interact with our site, your browser or device automatically transmits certain technical information to our website. Such information enables us to know e.g. which browser type you use, what your browser settings are, where you originate from, what your referrer is, etc. With this information we can optimize your user experience by showing the site in your language, optimize rankings, customize the user interface etc. But mainly we use this information for analytical, statistical and research purposes, such as tracking referrals and incoming and outgoing traffic. We consider this data anonymous, since this information does not relate to an identified or identifiable natural person.

C. Active personal data obtained from your interactions with us, such as using specific website features or sending (e-mail) messages.

We may temporarily collect your personal data when you decide to provide this to us when using one of our website features. For example, you may voluntarily provide us with your e-mail address when reporting malware through our report tool or other data by sending us a (e-mail) message.

E-mails and other messages /mediums

The data processed by sending us an e-mail is limited to your e-mail-address and the contents of the message. We will process whatever personal data you included in the message. However, we will only process this data to handle your request or feedback. The period for which we store any personal data in your e-mail depends on the extent of your request and our legal obligation to retain such data to comply with laws and regulations, if any. The same goes for any other messages your send to us directly via other mediums, such as Skype or social media.

Report tool

If there is an issue with content on our site, you can notify us by using our Report Tool. The information in a report is limited to technical info about your browser settings and the temporary storage of your IP-address. We will mask this IP-address as soon as possible and the browser info is limited to technical data, which we consider anonymous information, since this information does not relate to an identified or identifiable natural person. Any personal (contact) info you voluntarily provide will be temporarily processed by us, depending on the extent of your request and our legal obligation to retain such data to comply with laws and regulations, if any.

No memberships, subscriptions, accounts, profiles etc.

We do not provide memberships, subscriptions, accounts, profiles or any other means that lead to an agreement between you and us apart from your use of the website. We do not collect your personal data for such purposes. In the event that you come across a feature on this site that requests your personal data for such a purpose, for example a registration request, chat session, membership form or discussion board, you should be aware that this is a request originating from a third party, not from us. We cannot be held responsible for any use of your personal data by a third party that is not part of our services, so please be aware.


Below you will find an overview of the information that you might have chosen to actively provide to us.

Name Purpose Storage period
Name Process your request Deleted after your request is processed*
Contact info Process your request Deleted after your request is processed*
Other personal data you include in your message Process your request Deleted after your request is processed*
IP-address Process your report Masked as soon as possible
Browser info Process your report n/a, Anonymous data.
Country Process your report n/a, Anonymous data.
Language Process your report n/a, Anonymous data.
Date and time of report Process your report n/a, Anonymous data.
* Statutory storage obligations might require a longer storage period.

6. What we do with your personal data


The passively collected, aggregated information collected through cookies is being used for market research, marketing purposes, to optimize our services and to optimize your experience on our Site. We also track clicks on items to improve our rankings and to analyze the traffic to and from our site. With cookies we can also personalize your experience by recognizing which language you chose as a filter or to show you the items you favorized. We consider this data anonymous, since this information does not relate to an identified or identifiable natural person.

Other personal data

Personal data you actively provided to us through your use of the site is handled to process your report, feedback or request. We do not provide third parties with your personal data, or information regarding your use of the services or site(s) accessible through our services, unless this is strictly necessary in our sole discretion, and we believe that it is reasonable to do so, including but not limited to:

7. What are your rights regarding our processing of your personal data?

Access, rectification, restriction and erasure

You can always send us a message to ask what personal data is stored of you or ask us to rectify, restrict or remove your personal data. Since our storage of personal data is minimal, and almost all our data is anonymized and aggregated, we cannot gaurantee that we have your data on file. As explained before, when data is anonymized, it is not considered personal data.

If you sent us an e-mail, we can retrieve that e-mail if we still have it on our mailservers. If so, we cannot rectifiy any data in that e-mail, since e-mails cannot be changed. We can delete any e-mail on request. The same goes for messages you send us through other mediums.

Please note that we might have legitimate rights to continue processing your personal data, which override your interest, rights and freedoms regarding our processing of such data. For example, we might be obligated to continue processing your personal data for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims or we need to retain such data for other legal purposes. We will always inform you of this decision when you contact us with a request to exercise one of your rights stated in this section.

Data portability

The data we process is minimal, and mostly aggregated and anonymized. You have the right to receive the personal data concerning you in an interoperable format, so you can transmit that data to another service provider. We cannot guarantee that we have your personal data on file and/or in an interoparble format, but we will do our best to assist you in enforcing your right regarding data portability.

Withdrawing consent

As explained in our paragraph on cookies, you can withdraw consent by deleting your cookies. You can contact us with your request to withdraw consent for any personal data you provided to us via certain interactions with our site, such as using a specific website feature or sending (e-mail) messages. Please note that we may have a legal obligation to retain your personal data to comply with laws and regulations.


You also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority. We suggest that you contact the compentent supervisory authority in the country of your habitual residence, place of work or place of the alleged infringement.

8. Parental consent for children

We do not knowingly process personal data from children without prior parental consent. If your age requires prior parental consent for your behaviour on our site, according to your national law, we ask you to not engage with our site and do not submit any personal data through our services without parental consent. We encourage parents or guardians to monitor the online behaviour of their children and assist us in enforcing our policies by not allowing their children to access this site without their permission. If you learn that your child has provided us with personal data or if you have any questions regarding our data processing policies with respect to children, please contact us on:

9. Data Security

We take your privacy seriously and therefore we have taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to prevent and minimize the risk of unauthorized or unlawful processing, inappropriate use, inaccuracy, accidental loss, destruction and/or damage of (personal) data stored on our network and systems, insofar as this is reasonably possible and expected of us.

10. Third party websites

This Privacy Policy does not cover any processing of personal data from websites that are linked to or from this site. We cannot guarantee that those third parties have the same level of caution and trustworthy in handling personal data. We recommend that you read the privacy policies of those third party websites upon entering their website. Those third party websites might require your personal data to register for their services, so please make sure you read and understood any associated terms of use and privacy policies.

11. Changes to this Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to make changes to this Privacy Policy. We recommend that you regularly visit this page and check if you have read the latest version of the Privacy Policy, which is indicated by the ‘Last Modified’ date stated above. Please refresh your browser when you re-visit this page to make sure that your browser shows you the latest version of this Privacy Policy.

12. Any Questions

If you have any questions about our Privacy Policy or about the access, rectification, restriction and/or erasure of your personal data, please contact us at: