General terms and conditions

Privacy Statement

Onlide Inc

Onlide will refrain from inspecting customers' personal e-mail and/or files and will not make these available to third parties, unless Onlide is obliged to do so by law or as a result of a court judgement, or if the customer acts or is suspected of acting contrary the general conditions.From: General Terms and Conditions of Onlide

Privacy and Internet

More and more people are attaching importance to the protection of their privacy. But it is not easy to state precisely what privacy means. According to the dictionary it is the opportunity for people to seclude themselves, to avoid disruptive influences from the outside world. According to another description privacy is the constitutional right to the protection of private life. The right to privacy may seem very basic: in the 'real' world you can shut yourself away in order to discuss confidential matters. On the internet, however, privacy is becoming less and less controllable.

Privacy at Onlide

The word 'privacy' arises regularly in our contacts with our customers. That is understandable, because the internet and privacy are closely related. When a customer visits a website or sends an e-mail, we 'transport' information which can be highly confidential.Privacy protection means quality. Onlide believes that personal data must remain personal and guarantees this in its General Terms & Conditions. Onlide does not make customer data available to third parties, on either an individual or a collective basis, unless it is legally ordered to do so by authorities.w.

Your Personal Data

Naturally you want to know how Onlide will handle your personal data. If you buy a service from us, you will provide us with certain personal or business details. We do not ask our customers to state their gender, profession or date of birth, but we do record your name and address in order to be able to send invoices. Onlide also asks for daytime and evening telephone numbers. This is necessary to provide additional verification, for example if you cannot fax your proof of identity when you change your password.


The new Telecommunications Act has been in force in the Netherlands since December 1998. As a result, the tapping of the internet by the police, judiciary and information services is legally possible under certain conditions. Onlide will monitor closely the correct, accurate and lawful implementation of the powers of the judiciary and the information services in this area.