We collect information about you while you are using the Guest Marketing Wifi Hotspot. In order to continue to allow use of the service at no charge, we make this information available to third parties for purposes of online marketing. PINK WIFI takes your privacy very seriously and collects and processes information about you in a secure manner. In order to safeguard your privacy, PINK WIFI always acts in compliance with the Local Personal Data Protection Act. A PINK WIFI's Privacy Statement is available to you on this page. We recommend that you to read this carefully before agreeing to it.


1. What is PINK WIFI?

PINK WIFI is a private limited company under Dutch law (BV), with its business address at
Havenstraat 87
Heemstede, The Netherlands.

PINK WIFI offers a free service enabling users to connect to the internet. In order to ensure that the service works well and in order to offer the service to you free of charge, we collect certain information about you while you use the service.


2. What information does PINK WIFI collect and process?

What information is collected depends in part on the way in which you connect to the Guest Marketing Wifi Hotspot. You can connect to PINK WIFI via your Facebook profile or by filling in your e-mail address. Facebook profile In order to connect with the internet, you may 'like' the Facebook page of the Venuue/business providing the Guest Marketing Wifi Hotspot, check in via Facebook at that location, leave your profile information as per your Facebook profile’s stated, while entering your email adress or make his/her details available to Pink WiFi in another way.

In order to do this, you must first log in to your Facebook profile. PINK WIFI then collects the general information on your Facebook profile, a record of what you have 'liked,' and your status updates. E-mail address another way to connect with the Guest Marketing Wifi Hotspot is by filling in the form provided at Logg In Landing page. In that case, PINK WIFI naturally collects your e-mail address.

Device details
When you make use of a Guest Marketing Wifi Hotspot, PINK WIFI processes certain information on the device with which you make a connection and the browser you are using. To enable the use of the service, PINK WIFI registers, for example, the IP and MAC address of the device you use to make a connection, as well as the type of browser and the computer system you are using. On the basis of your device details, PINK WIFI can determine the phone’s location if it is in the vicinity of a Guest Marketing Wifi Hotspot.

PINK WIFI may make your information available to third parties if it is required to by law and/or statutory regulations, in connection with a lawsuit, and/or if it considers it to be necessary in order to protect its own rights. In order to continue to offer PINK WIFI to you free of charge, we may make your personal information available to the business offering the Guest Marketing Wifi Hotspot for purposes of direct marketing (such as sending you special offers). By accepting this Privacy Statement, you agree that PINK WIFI may make your personal information available to third parties for purposes of direct marketing. When you use the Guest Marketing Wifi Hotspot, you will be using the services and websites of third parties. PINK WIFI has no authority over the services and/or websites of third parties. It may be that a different privacy statement applies to the use of these third party services and/or websites. This PINK WIFI Privacy Statement only pertains to information collected via the Guest Marketing Wifi Hotspot.

PINK WIFI accepts no responsibility or liability for the services and/or websites of third parties or the functioning and/or content of these services and websites.


3. What are cookies and how does PINK WIFI use them?

When you use the Guest Marketing Wifi Hotspot, cookies may be stored on your computer and it may be possible to gain access to those cookies. Cookies are small text files which a server sends to the browser (such as Safari, Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Firefox) so that the browser sends this information back to the server during a subsequent visit.

PINK WIFI only uses technical and functional cookies which are necessary for making the connection. In many cases, the websites or services you visit by means of the Guest Marketing Wifi Hotspot may also use other cookies. PINK WIFI has no control over the cookies which the websites or services of third parties store on your device. For more information about the cookies stored on your device, you should read the privacy statement of the website you are visiting. You can change the settings of your browser so that you do not receive any cookies. However, in that case, you may not be able to use all functionalities of the website you are visiting. For more information about these functionalities, you should read your browser's instructions for use or the information available via your browser's Help function.


4. How does PINK WIFI use information about you?

Uses PINK WIFI uses information about you for the following purposes:
• In order to make it possible for you to use this service.
• In order to send you information about PINK WIFI's services.
• In order to secure, adapt, and improve the service
• In order to make information about you available to third parties, either because you have given permission for this or on the basis of laws and/or statutory regulations.

PINK WIFI wishes to keep you informed as to developments in the service such as updates or expansions to the service. PINK WIFI may also inform you of promotions it has organized and/or will organize. If you do not wish to receive any e-mails from PINK WIFI, you can deregister via info@pinkfreewifi.com