Dotlocal’s guiding principle is to collect as little personal data as possible. What can you expect when you visit our website or do business with us?
How does Dotlocal collect personal data?
Dotlocal collects personal data when you express interest in our services, for example by filling in the contact form or starting an email conversation. Some of these data count as personal data.
What personal data does Dotlocal collect?
Dotlocal collects contact data such as your name, address, telephone number and email address when you fill in the contact form on the website. Furthermore, we store email conversations.
Why does Dotlocal collect personal data?
Dotlocal processes personal data in order to provide our services.
Your personal data and third parties
Dotlocal never sells your personal data to third parties. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to all our services.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that your browser stores on your computer, telephone or tablet. The data in a cookie allows us to recognise you during your visit and the next time you visit our website.
Which cookies are used by Dotlocal?
Dotlocal uses strictly necessary cookies in order to store your website preferences and to use the website’s features during your visit and your next visit. Dotlocal also uses performance cookies for the Google Analytics integration. These cookies enable us to analyse the website usage and optimise our website. Dotlocal also uses the tools from Hubspot to create calendar events, resulting in the placement of necessary cookies. The information in these cookies cannot be traced back to personal data. For that reason, no explicit user consent is requested.
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