The following legal notice applies to all visits to this website, to the use of this website and to all the information provided on or through this website.
Information and Liability
The information given on this website is provided as a convenience and for information purposes only. The Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal takes the utmost care to provide information that is accurate and complete, but it cannot guarantee that the information given on this website is free of inaccuracies or omissions.
The information provided on this website does not constitute an offer or professional advice. To the extent permitted by law and jurisdiction, the Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal rejects any responsibility or liability for losses or damages (be it direct, indirect or consequential), which arise from or due to the use of or the reliance upon the data and information provided on this website, including loss or damage caused by viruses and by the incorrectness or incompleteness of the information provided. The Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal cannot be held liable for any damage resulting from (temporary) inability to use this website either.
Furthermore, the Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal cannot be held liable for damages resulting from the use of electronic means of communication, including – but not limited to – damages resulting from failure or delay in the delivery of electronic messages, from the interception or manipulation of such messages by third parties or by computer programmes used to transmit messages and/or viruses.
This website may comprise hypertext links to websites not operated or controlled by the Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal. These links are provided for convenience only. Their linking does not imply affiliation with or endorsement by the Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal. The Tweede Kamer der Staten Generaal cannot be held responsible or liable for the content of external websites, nor for specific data or information provided on sites that are linked to or from this website.
Use of Information
Users are free to copy, print or store the contents of this website for personal use, provided that they cite the source of the information. It is prohibited to use the data and information provided by the Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal or its images and logos for inappropriate purposes. Use of Tweede Kamer data, information, images or logos is also prohibited if such use may give rise to doubts as to the origin of the material or if it may give the false impression that the use is authorized by the Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal.
The copyright of all pictures published on this website is owned by the photographers. Authorisation to reproduce any of these pictures must be obtained via the Communications Department prior to using the material.
Any other use of this website, such as commercial use, the reproduction of multimedia information (sound, images, software) contained on this site, the storage of (parts of) the website of the Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal on an external internet site is prohibited without prior written consent from the Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal.
Should you have any questions in regard of this statement or on the use of the data, images and information provided on this website, please do not hesitate to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The provisions laid down in this legal notice are drawn up in Dutch and English.
In case of doubt the Dutch version is binding.
Privacy statement on the use of personal data by the Board of Inquiry on Integrity
On this page you can read what the Board and the Board's secretariat do with your personal data if you submit a complaint and request that it be handled.
You are requested to submit your complaint by filling in the web form. You must state your name, address and email address. Without this information your complaint will not be dealt with. We also ask for your telephone number, but you are not obliged to give this. If you choose to submit your complaint by letter, you must state your name and address and telephone number (optional). If your description of the complaint also contains personal data of other people, or you include documents that contain personal data, these data will also be processed by the Board. The Board will not process any data other than those that are needed to deal with your complaint.
The required data will be used to contact you. They will also be used to send you a response to your complaint and in order to make any decision arising from your complaint. To be able to deal with your complaint, it will also be necessary to share your data with the MP about whom your complaint is being made. This gives the MP the opportunity to respond to your complaint. The data will not be used for any other purpose.
Is this allowed?
We are permitted to use your personal data because this is necessary for the Board appointed by the House of Representatives to carry out its task in the public interest. Your data will be protected. It is important to us that your personal data are protected against theft or unauthorised access, so we have taken suitable security measures to ensure this.
For how long?
We will keep your personal data for 10 years.