If users of the web site are asked for personal information:
The data processing manager of Van Belle NV respects the Belgian law of 8 December 1992 regarding the protection of privacy in the processing of personal data.
The personal data which you disclose shall be used for the following purposes: our customer management, order processing, sending newsletters to inform you of our activities, or publicity or marketing purposes.
You are legally entitled to see your personal data and, if necessary, have it corrected. Subject to proof of identity (a copy of your identity card), you can obtain a free written copy of your personal data by sending a written, signed, and dated application to that effect to Van Belle NV. If necessary, you can also ask the company to correct data which is incorrect, incomplete, or irrelevant.
In case of use of data for direct marketing: You can object free of charge against the use of your data for direct marketing. To do so, please contact Van Belle NV, firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 054/31.77.60 or 054/33.51.45.
The data you provide will remain stored until you send us an email at the address email@example.com or tel 054/31.77.60 or 054/33.51.45 asking us to delete your data.
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We have 2 main groups of cookies.
These are cookies that we place ourselves. This is to keep track of your own preferences. E.g. choice of language, content of shopping basket...
These are cookies that are placed by partners. For example, Google for the use of Google analytics.
These 2 groups can contain different types of cookies:
These are cookies that are necessary for the proper functioning of the website.
These do not store personal data, but things like language preference, the contents of a shopping basket ...
These cookies are used to collect visitor statistics which we can use to improve the website.
Tracking / Profiling cookies are used to build certain visitor profiles and thus to be able to show more targeted advertisements, etc. These are usually part of 3rd party groups and are strictly subject to privacy legislation. These usually fall under the 3rd party groups and are strictly subject to privacy laws.
These are cookies that we place ourselves.
Function: This cookie is automatically created when using the website by the programming language of the website. It ensures that the visitor receives a unique id that is used in communication between the server and your browser. This cookie is essential for the functioning of the website.
Expires: when the internet browser is closed.
Expires: This cookie is permanent.
These are cookies that are placed by partners.
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Function: Cookies placed by Google analytics. These allow us to obtain statistics / analyses of visitor behaviour. This enables us to continue to improve and optimise our website.
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