Thank you for visiting this page.
The domain www.anglo-netherlands.org used to show the website of the Anglo-Netherlands Society in London.
Alas, no more, the current Anglo-Netherlands Society website can only be accessed via :
If you used a bookmark : could you please delete the old 'favo(u)rite', then add a new one?
There isn't really much to see here, nor are there any cookies, and the
registrant doesn't collect -let alone process- any personal information either.
To contact the registrant please send an e-mail to : registrant 'at' anglo-netherlands.org
This website is aimed at UK residents, and the Registrant (the person in whose name the site is registered) intends to take reasonable care to comply with UK law. Having read among others the ICO (the UK Information Commissioner's Office) webpage on Legitimate Interest** as published at the time of writing (in May 2018), the limited amount of information that is gathered is used in a way people would reasonably expect. ** https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/guide-to-the-general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr/lawful-basis-for-processing/legitimate-interests/
Visitors would reasonably expect to view the requested page correctly formatted for their device, there is no option to register as a User, post comments or enter any other details, but there are modules in the webserving environment to automatically prevent unauthorised alterations to the website contents - for example hate speech and illegitimate trade following a hijacking of the allocated share of the webserver.
It is included in case one or more currently dormant domains are used as a testing location for a different website / CMS (Content Management System) / or any other web-based application such as a membership administration package.
The site does not set out to collect Visitors' data (a Visitor is any person or organisation visiting the site after typing in the web address of following a link from a search engine or other source, Visitors are not able to register as a User) except such data which a CMS (Content Management System) and the Webserver need to serve requested page(s).
It should be noted that the skills required to add to and update the website content are very much alike to those needed to write an email with formatted text and the occasional picture in a web-based service such as Gmail, Hotmail or similar.
Visitors who use the "Leave a Reply" option on selected pages (not currently available on this particular site) to suggest an alteration are asked to enter a name and email address, so that the Web-editor can contact the poster, either to ask for clarification or to send a note of thanks. That information, together with the visitor's ip-address, would be stored with the message for an indefinite time, or until deleted.
Should you wish to contact the domain's Registrant (the person in whose name the domain is held) then please look for the email address higher up on this page.
Also, the CMS and the webserver will collect your ip-address which they may use to thwart junk messages. And if you try to log in to the administrative module your ip-address will be used by both the CMS and the webserver to exclude you from repeating attempts to access without proper authorisation.
The information regarding for example which browser you use and the screen or window resolution allows to format the page in a way that will make the information fit on the screen or in the browser window, thus avoid needless scrolling to view all that is presented.
Does one need to state that if you follow a link from be it a search engine or any other site, the fact that you followed that link will be known to the other site? You've now been told!
Should at some point a new website use this domain name, then Comments entered by way of the 'Leave a Reply' box should only pertain to what ought to be amended on the website.
Comments are held for moderation, which means they are not shown to visitors until they have been read by a human being. In addition there is a CMS module which aims to identify obvious bulk or junk postings. When visitors leave comments on the site the CMS collects the data shown in the comments form, and also the visitor’s IP address and browser user agent string to help detect bulk or junk posts.
*** Gravatar stands for Globally Recognized Avatars, if you have signed up for this, a small image of your choice appears beside the name when you do things like comment or post on a blog, if you have not signed up the service will show some graphic.
If you leave a comment on this site you may opt-in to saving your name, email address and website in cookies. These are for your convenience so that you do not have to fill in your details again when you leave another comment. These cookies will last for one year.
The following would only apply to registered Users - as distinct from casual Visitors, who can not register as a User - a Visitor being anyone who either types the address in their browser of follows a link from a search engine or other source to view the content :
If you were to have an account and log in to this site, the CMS will set a temporary cookie to determine if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie contains no personal data and is discarded when you close your browser.
When you log in, the CMS will also set up several cookies to save your log-in information and your screen display choices. Users' log-in cookies last for two days, and screen options cookies last for a year. If you select "Remember Me", your log-in will persist for two weeks. If you log out of your account, the log-in cookies will be removed.
If you edit or publish an article, an additional cookie will be saved in your browser. This cookie includes no personal data and simply indicates the post ID of the article you just edited. It expires after 1 day.
The Web-editor does not collect analytics data as provided by the likes of Facebook, Google Analytics and similar organisations. However, the CMS and the webserver do collect anonymous data which can be viewed in aggregated form, for example how many views each page received or which browser is most popular.
In this respect, if an ip-address appears in a listing, that is not personally identifyable, except to law enforcement personnel (and even to them it only reveals the location of the wall-socket from which you accessed the internet) : ip-addresses are in short supply, thus allocated dynamically by your chosen ISP whenever you access the internet, and the information on who used which ip-address at a particular time is not available except on a need-to-know basis.
The Web-editor does not share any personal data with anyone, although there is an automatic sharing with the Webhosting and in relevant cases the CMS companies as set out elsewhere on this page.
If a Visitor leaves a comment, the comment and its metadata are retained indefinitely. This is so that any follow-up comments can be recognised automatically.
User data : Visitors can not register as Users on this website.
If you have a User account on this site, or have left comments, you can request to receive an exported file of the personal data currently held, including any data you have provided.
You can also request that any personal data held about you be erased. Please use the 'Leave a Reply' box at the bottom of selected pages for this. Erasure does not include any data required to be kept for administrative, legal, or security purposes.