Privacy statement

iTheorie is registered at the Chamber of Commerce of Zwolle under number 08204150.

This privacy statement applies to all processing of personal data of our actual or potential customers and website users at

We believe it is important that our services are reliable and transparent. That is why we handle your personal data with discretion and care and we ensure that any processing of your data complies with the applicable laws and regulations. Within the framework of transparency, we also provide you with information about the processing of data other than personal data.

iTheorie has the right to change the information on its website(s) at any time without any notice. At iTheorie the website(s) will be written and compiled carefully. However, iTheorie will never guarantee the accuracy, completeness and/or topicality of the texts, prices, price changes, images and other content of the website(s) and/or its functioning. Further to this last point, iTheorie will therefore not be liable for any damage that occurs or threatens to occur as a result of correct or incorrect texts, prices, price changes, images and/or other content of the website(s) and/or its functioning.

The use of all information on the website(s) of iTheorie is at the visitor's or user's own risk. The intellectual property rights of all displayed information and methods on the website(s) of iTheorie are owned by iTheorie. The visitor and/or user of the iTheorie website(s) is not permitted to copy, distribute or change information in any way without written permission from iTheorie.

iTheorie is the Controller within the meaning of the Personal Data Protection Act (Wbp).

If you would like to inspect the personal data iTheorie has recorded about you or if you would like to change this data because it is incorrect or incomplete, or have it removed or protected, you can contact us via our contact form. iTheorie will inform you within four weeks which personal data it processes about you and whether it will or can comply with any request for removal, protection or correction.

Article 1 Privacy statement notice

1.1 iTheorie is providing this privacy statement to inform you of the policy and use with respect to privacy, and of the choices you can make with respect to the collection and use of personal data by iTheorie.

1.2 iTheorie respects and protects your privacy. iTheorie makes every reasonable effort to ensure that all personal data provided to it is always treated confidentially and is processed, stored and managed in compliance with the applicable Dutch privacy legislation. Our website is structured in such a way that in most cases, you can visit iTheorie on the Internet without identifying yourself or providing any personal information.

1.3 As an interested party, you have the following rights: In accordance with Article 15 of the GDPR, you have the right to request information about your personal data processed by us, insofar as this information is described therein; in accordance with Article 16 of the GDPR, you have the right to demand immediate correction of incorrect or complete personal data stored by us; in accordance with Article 17 of the GDPR, you have the right to request the deletion of your personal data stored with us, unless further processing is required for - exercising the right to freedom of expression and information; - fulfilling a legal obligation; - for reasons of public interest, or - for asserting, exercising or defending legal claims; in accordance with Article 18 of the GDPR, you have the right to request limitation of the processing of your personal data to the extent that - you dispute the accuracy of the data; - the processing is unlawful, but you refuse to delete the data; - we no longer need the data, but you do need them to assert, exercise or defend legal claims, or - you have objected to the processing in accordance with Article 21 of the GDPR; in accordance with Article 20 of the GDPR, you have the right to receive the personal data that you have provided to us in a structured, up-to-date and machine-readable format or to request its transmission to another responsible party; The right to lodge a complaint with a regulatory authority in accordance with Article 77 of the GDPR. As a rule, you may contact the regulatory authority for your usual place of residence or workplace or for our head office.

1.4 iTheorie will keep all agreements made via this website and the information necessary for this purpose for at least 7 years as a standard.

Article 2 Purpose of information collection

2.1 Should you provide us with personal data (which can be used to identify you), we guarantee that this information will only be used to maintain the relationship you have with iTheorie.

2.2 iTheorie uses the information you provide to better understand your needs and to offer you better services. We use the information you have provided specifically to help you complete transactions, to contact you in the best way possible, to keep you informed of services and offers, and to tailor our websites to your needs. Bank account numbers and/or credit card numbers are only used for payment and are not kept for other purposes.

2.3 iTheorie will not sell or rent personal data to third parties without your explicit consent, unless iTheorie is obliged to do so under a statutory provision or this disclosure to a third party is necessary due to the acquisition and/or merger of iTheorie. We share your information with business partners acting on behalf of iTheorie for the purposes described above with your consent. These business partners apply the same privacy policy regarding the treatment of this information and are bound by confidentiality agreements.

2.4 iTheorie will not use personal information provided online in any way other than as described in paragraphs 1, 2, and 3, without informing you in advance.

Article 3 Linking websites to third parties

3.1 Links to third-party websites are provided solely for your convenience. If you use these sites, you will leave iTheorie. iTheorie has not checked these sites, does not manage these sites and is not responsible for these sites, the content of the sites or the privacy policy applied to the sites. The sites and the data, software or other products or materials on the sites, or the results obtained in using them, are not endorsed or represented by iTheorie. If you decide to visit any third-party site linked to this site, you do so entirely at your own risk.

Article 4 Security

4.1 iTheorie does its utmost to secure your data. In order to prevent unauthorised access to data or disclosure of data, to maintain data accuracy, and to ensure proper data usage, iTheorie has put in place physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online. We use encryption when we collect or transfer important data, such as bank or credit card information.

Article 5 Suspicion of abuse

5.1 iTheorie reserves the right to take both proactive and corrective action if there is suspicion of abuse. This means that Examamencentrum has the right to store and retain all information from and about a user as possible evidence of abuse. iTheorie also has the right, in case of a sufficiently substantiated suspicion of abuse, to request further information about the user from third parties. If there is sufficient evidence, iTheorie can take appropriate measures, including exclusion from the website of iTheorie website or reporting to the police.

Article 6 Cookies and IP addresses

6.1 iTheorie may collect certain information (e.g. IP data and Cookies) for the sole purpose of gaining a better understanding of the manner and extent of use of the services of iTheorie, in order to improve these services and optimally tune them to the needs of users in general.

6.2 The information provided by the User may be used to study demographic data. All personal data will be made anonymous.

6.3 In order to protect the privacy of users, all information collected via IP data and Cookies will, in principle, be general and anonymous, with the exception of what is stipulated in Article 6. It is not possible to identify a natural person on the basis of this information. Cookies are generally used to remember, among other things, passwords, user names and preferences. You can set your browser to refuse Cookies. This will, however, have negative consequences for your use of iTheorie's services. Among other things, it will make it more difficult to provide personalised information about the services offered by iTheorie.

Article 7 Changes to the privacy statement

7.1 iTheorie has the right to change this privacy statement without further notice. These changes will be immediately posted on the website iTheorie. iTheorie is never liable for damages resulting from changes to this privacy statement.

Article 8 Complaints

8.1 If the user is of the opinion that the provisions of this privacy statement have not been complied with or if the user has any other reason to complain with regard to the recording of their data, they should contact the management of iTheorie.

Article 9 Transitional and final provisions

9.1 Without prejudice to any legal provisions, this statement is effective for the entire duration of the registrations.

For questions regarding this privacy statement, the website or iTheorie, you can contact us via our contact form.