This website (henryvandevelde.be) is administered by Flanders DC with its registered office at Diestsevest 76, 3000 Leuven. For all questions, comments or any complaints, you can reach us at the email address email@example.com.
We may adjust our policy at certain times. We will communicate the amended terms as clearly as possible; they will take effect from the moment that they have been announced. In the event of important changes, we will inform you personally as much as possible and, if necessary, ask for your permission again.
Why do we collect your personal data?
We collect your personal data to be able to offer our users even better services.
With some personal details, we get to know our users better and we can ensure that we tailor our services as much as possible to your needs. In addition, we can use these personal details to easily contact you.
How does Flanders DC collect your data?
When you participate in a special campaign or promotion, you will be required to provide certain personal details. Your personal details will also be requested when you participate in a competition or when you download additional information. These data will be stored in our system.
Data we collect from you is stored in our system and treated in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of 27 April 2016 and with the law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with regard to the processing of personal data. Flanders DC takes the best possible security measures to prevent third parties from abusing your personal data. In the event of a breach of our IT systems, Flanders DC will immediately take all possible actions to minimize the damage.
Flanders DC gives you the following guarantees:
By entering your data on the website, you agree that Flanders DC will store this data on the servers that are owned or controlled by Flanders DC or its subcontractors. You further agree that we can store, use and scan copies of your data for a limited time: for technical maintenance, for testing and improving the website.
It is always possible to submit a complaint to the Data Protection Authority if you believe that your personal data is being processed incorrectly.
What data are involved?
We only collect data that provide us with information about the services you use, and how. For example, we store your first and last name, email address, address and telephone number to be able to contact you more easily in connection with orders and invoices. We also save your IP address to be able to verify your identity and save your preferences. In addition, we save log file data (such as pages opened, mouse clicks, date and time of your visit, browser, etc.) and device details (such as IP address, brand, type, operating system, etc.).
We specifically save the following data:
Personal data that we receive from third parties
When you log into our services via a social media account, you agree that this account shares your personal data with us. This means basic information such as your name, email address, date of birth, place of residence and gender, but also data with regard to your behaviour on social network sites. You can manage the sharing options for your personal data via the settings of the relevant social media.
What do we use your data for?
Will your personal data be passed on to third parties?
We will not simply sell on your data to third parties, but in certain circumstances third parties will be given access to your data, such as
How to request, view or delete your personal data
You may review the personal data we process about you at any time and where necessary, have any incomplete or incorrect details changed. In addition, you can ask for your personal data to be safely deleted if you wish.
Would you like to view, change or have your personal data deleted from our system? No problem – simply send your request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond to your request as specifically and accurately as possible.
The use of the website is subject to the following general terms and conditions. You are deemed to take note of them and to accept them without reservation.
Use of the website
Flanders DC pays a great deal of attention and care to the website and strives to ensure that all of the information is as complete, correct, understandable, accurate and up-to-date as possible. Despite continuous efforts, Flanders DC cannot guarantee that the information is complete, correct, accurate or up-to-date. If there are shortcomings in the information provided on this website, Flanders DC shall make every effort to correct it as soon as possible.
Hyperlinks and references
This website contains links to websites that are managed by third parties. Flanders DC does not have any technical or content-related control or authority over these websites and can therefore not offer any guarantees with regard to the completeness or correctness of the content, nor the availability of these websites and sources of information. The hyperlinks to other sites do not imply any endorsement of the external site or its content. The links are offered for information purposes and for your convenience. Flanders DC is therefore not liable for any direct or indirect damage resulting from the consultation or use of external websites and their content.
Responsibility for the website
On the website you will find information provided by third parties. Flanders DC rejects any form of liability based on the content of the website. The information on the website offers no guarantee of quality.
Flanders DC is bound by an obligation of best intents with regard to the advice it offers. What you do with the advice remains your responsibility.
Intellectual property rights
The website is made by Flanders DC and is based on the Belgian and Benelux legislation on Intellectual Property. Flanders DC retains all intellectual property rights to the Website and to the information made available. Nothing of the content of the website can be taken over without permission of Flanders DC. Attempts have been made to coordinate all intellectual rights of text and images with interested parties. Those who feel that they have additional rights are invited to contact Flanders DC via email@example.com.
You have the right to consult the information on the website, to download it for personal use and to reproduce it, provided you mention the source, in accordance with the provisions of the law of 30 June 1994 concerning copyright and neighbouring rights. However, this authorisation does not apply to the texts for which restrictions on use are explicitly mentioned. The reproduction or use of multimedia information (sound, images, software, etc.) always requires prior authorisation. About the reproduction of the information, please contact the site administrator via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last update: 01/11/2021