cookies & PRIVACY

To make this site work properly, we sometimes place small data files called cookies on your device. Most big websites do this too.

What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that a website can place on your computer or mobile device when you visit that website. It enables the website to remember the pages you visited and your preferences (such as user name, language, font size and other preferences), so you don't have to keep re-entering them whenever you come back to the site.

How do we use cookies?
Our site uses functional, statistical and third party cookies.
We use Google Analytics to measure traffic on our website so we can improve our services.
• We have signed a processing agreement with Google
• The IP address is anonymised
• Data is transmitted in encrypted form (SSL)
• The Google Analytics cookie is not shared with other Google services
• The data collected is not shared with other Google services

Our site contains Vimeo and YouTube clips. If you watch any of these clips, Vimeo and YouTube can put cookies on your computer. We want to specifically inform you about the use of YouTube. YouTube uses so-called tracking cookies. And has its own terms and conditions. We would refer you to YouTube’s cookie and privacy statement regarding these. In addition, a video may contain advertisements. In which case the website supplying the advertisement may itself place cookies also. These cookies contain information with which YouTube, for example, could identify you as a visitor. Vimeo too may use cookies. We would refer you to Vimeo’s privacy policy in this regard. Don’t want any cookies? Then adjust your settings for cookies as described below.

Adjusting cookie settings
Whenever you want, you can use the browser settings on your computer to remove cookies which are already there and decline the placement of new cookies. The actual method differs between browsers; if necessary, consult the help function on your browser. You can also set up your browser to inform you when a cookie is about to be placed. You can read more about cookies and how to block or remove them at the website of the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (

NCP respects your personal data and ensures that the personal information provided to us or otherwise obtained is treated confidentially. Personal data is all information about a person. Data that indirectly says something about someone is also personal data. The following is the implementation of the information obligation to the data subject(s) whose personal data is processed by NCP, as laid down in the GDPR. This privacy statement applies to the processing of personal data by NCP. NCP is the controller for the processing described in this privacy statement. NCP processes the personal data listed below exclusively for the following purposes:
- membership enrolment
- promotion of audio-visual works
- association activities
- marketing and communication activities
- research and analysis

NCP processes the following (types or categories) of personal data:
- Name and address details
- Email addresses
- Telephone numbers
- IP addresses
- Gender
- Date of birth
- Browsing behaviour (YouTube and Vimeo. See 'How do we use cookies?’)

NCP processes the aforementioned personal data because it has been provided by you as a data subject on your own initiative, has been obtained in the context of an agreement, has been made known to us by third parties, or has become known through public sources.

NCP processes the above-mentioned personal data exclusively on the basis of the grounds listed below as intended in Article 6 of the GDPR:
- statutory obligation
- performance of an agreement
- consent obtained from the data subject(s)
- legitimate interest

NCP will only share your personal data with third parties in so far as necessary for the conduct of business with due observance of the aforementioned purposes. For example, to a third party on behalf of and under contract to NCP, such as an IT supplier.

In addition, NCP may provide personal data to a third party, such as a supervisory body or other public authority, in so far as there is a legal obligation to do so.

A processing agreement is concluded with a third party that processes your personal data on behalf of and under contract to NCP, whereby that third party is also obliged to comply with the privacy regulation. Third parties engaged by NCP, who offer services as controllers, are themselves responsible for compliance with the privacy regulation for the (further) processing of your personal data.

NCP attaches great importance to the security and protection of your personal data and ensures, having regard to the state of the art, appropriate technical and organisational measures are taken to safeguard a security level that is geared to the risk. In the event that NCP makes use of the services of third parties, such as an IT supplier, NCP will, in the context of personal data protection, establish undertakings in a processor agreement about adequate security measures.

NCP does not store personal data that is processed for longer than necessary for the aforementioned purposes of the data processing or than is required by laws and regulations.

A request for access, rectification, restriction, transferability of data, deletion of your personal data or withdrawal of previously given consent can be addressed to the contact details below. You will receive further notice from us within four weeks of receipt of your request.

There may be circumstances in which NCP either cannot implement your request as a data subject, or cannot implement it in full. As an example, there may be statutory retention periods.

Any requests with reference to the above can be directed to: or NCP postbus 58, 1000 AN Amsterdam.

NCP provides a freely accessible blog on its website(s). All the information contained in this can be read, collected and used by anyone including any third party whatsoever. A request to remove personal data from a blog may be submitted via the contact details under ‘Privacy rights of data subjects’. If this cannot be done, NCP will respond to your aforementioned request by advising you of the reasons for this. In the case where you, as the data subject, post personal data via a third-party application (via social media) this third party or the administrator of the application is the contact point for requests for removal or other privacy questions or requests.

NCP has the right to change the content of this privacy statement at any time without prior notice. Changes to the privacy statement will be published on the NCP website. Please therefore consult our website(s) regularly.
If you have any questions or comments about the processing of your personal data and this privacy statement, please get in touch via

This privacy statement was adopted on 22-10-2019.


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