Your privacy is important to BELINTRA.
The organisation responsible for processing the information, BELINTRA NV, Aalbroekstraat 3A, 9890 Semmerzake, complies with the Belgian Act of 9 December 1992 on protection of privacy and the processing of personal data.
As of 25 May 2018, the above-mentioned act will be replaced by European regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 ‘on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data’ (the ‘GDPR’). This General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) must be applied in the same way throughout the European Economic Area (EEA). BELINTRA has charted out the necessary processes for compliance with the GDPR, both in terms of data collection and data protection.
You have a legal right to inspect your personal data and, if necessary, request that it be corrected. Provided that you send us evidence of your identity (a copy of your identity card), you can make a written, dated and signed request to BELINTRA NV firstname.lastname@example.org for the attention of the Marketing Manager, asking to be sent a written copy of the personal data that we hold on file for you. If necessary, you can also ask to have the data corrected if it is incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant.
In case of use of data for direct marketing: you can object, free of charge, to the use of your data for direct marketing or newsletters. In every automated e-mail, you have the possibility of unsubscribing, or you can send an e-mail to BELINTRA NV email@example.com for the attention of the Marketing Manager. You should be aware that once you have unsubscribed, you can only register again with the same e-mail address by sending a specific written request to the Marketing Manager. Automatic registration is no longer possible.
Unless specified above, your personal data will not be passed on to third parties.
BELINTRA NV can collect anonymized or aggregated data of a non-personal nature, such as browser type or IP-address, the operating system that you use or the domain name of the website via which you came to our website, or which you went to when you left our site. This enables us to continually optimize the website for users.
BELINTRA will take the necessary steps to store the personal data provided in a secure manner and – if applicable – to transfer it. This can be in electronic or non-electronic form by means of hierarchical access control, logical access restrictions, the necessary IT firewall and IT back-up systems.
During a visit to the site, ‘cookies’ may be stored on your computer’s hard disk. A cookie is a text file that is stored by the server of a website in the browser of your computer or your mobile device when you consult a website. Cookies cannot be used to identify persons, a cookie can only identify a machine.
‘First party cookies’ are technical cookies that are used by the site that is being visited, and which are intended to make the site function optimally. Example: settings that the user changed during previous visits to the site, or: a form completed with data that the user entered during previous visits.
‘Third Party cookies’ are cookies that don’t come from the website itself, but from third parties, for example a marketing or advertisement plug-in. Examples of this are cookies from Facebook or Google Analytics. For this kind of cookie, the visitor to the site must first give permission – which can be done via a bar at the bottom or the top of the web page referring to this policy, which does not prevent continued browsing on the website.
You can set up your Internet browser so that cookies are not accepted, or so that you receive a warning if a cookie is installed or so that cookies are removed from your hard disk after you leave the site. You can do this via the Settings of your browser (via the Help function). Please bear in mind that some graphic elements cannot display correctly, or that you may not be able to use certain applications.
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