Read on to find out which measures we take to protect your privacy. Too much legal mumbo jumbo for your tastes? Get in touch with Vinod Singh (vinod@bird-rotterdam.nl), we’re happy to help you out!

Processing personal data

BIRD processes personal data (link in Dutch) that you share with us by signing up for an event, buying a ticket online or signing up for our newsletter and emails: your name, email address, postcode and bank account number. Sharing other data is optional. We need this data to process your payment, contact you about the activities and for possible marketing purposes (only applicable if you sign up for the newsletter).

We also use Google Analytics, which registers your activity on our site, your IP address, the internet browser and the device you use to visit our site. We don’t register special and/or sensitive personal data.


When you visit our website, our server sends a cookie to your computer (link in Dutch). We use functional, analytical and tracking cookies. Functional cookies make sure our website works properly. Analytical cookies (Google Analytics) let us follow behavior on our site. Finally, tracking cookies let us display online advertisements (through Facebook and Instagram). You can turn these cookies on and off using the pop-up when you first visit our site. You can access this pop-up again by emptying your browser’s cache.

Sharing personal data

We will never sell your data to third parties and will not pass on your data to third parties unless it is necessary to execute our agreement (link in Dutch) or to comply with any legal obligations (link in Dutch).

Changing and deleting your data

You can always unsubscribe yourself from our newsletter and email list. Do you want us to remove your data from our address book too, or to see what personal data of yours we have saved? Send an email to Vinod Singh via vinod@bird-rotterdam.nl: we’re happy to help you!

You can read our privacy policy, security policy and processing activities register here (link in Dutch).

The English version of these rules is a translation. In case of discrepancy, the Dutch original will prevail.