This Personal Data Protection Policy sets out the methods that we at the Bureau Stekke use to gather, manage, and use data on visitors to our website. This policy can be modified, supplemented, withdrawn, or updated; however, we will always process your personal information in accordance with the policy in place at the time it is collected. Our goal is to use this page to notify you regularly of any changes to this policy so that you are always fully aware of the type of data we collect, how we use it, and the circumstances under which it may be shared.
1. Safeguarding data confidentiality
The term “personal data”, as used in this policy, refers to information that enables us to identify you, such as your name and email address. As a general rule, we will process your Personal Data in accordance with the procedure described in this Policy. We reserve the right to carry out additional processing that may be required by law, or as part of a criminal investigation.
2. Use of Personal Data
Most of our services do not require any kind of registration, which will allow you to visit our site without having to identify yourself.
However, Bureau Stekke collects the Personal Data listed below when you make a request to use some of our services. These are recorded in one or more databases within our company.
In accordance with current local regulations, your Personal Data enables us to provide you with products or services, offer you products and services that may be of interest to you and communicate with you for other purposes that are obvious in the circumstances and about which we inform you when we collect your Personal Data.
Information: Person’s name, e-mail address, message
Aim: Aim: Responding to and processing the request
Recipient: Bureau Stekke employees
Shared with third parties: No
Your Personal Data will never be sold, shared, or forwarded to third parties, except as provided for in this Policy. We may, however, have to share your personal data with the company managing this site (cobea.coop), who have agreed to process them in accordance with this Policy. This data sharing takes place within the framework of agreements by which these companies have undertaken to respect the level of protection of Personal Data offered by European legislation or in accordance with other mechanisms recognised by current legislation.
Personal Data may be disclosed to a third party if we are required to do so by an applicable law or regulatory provision, court order or government regulation, or if such disclosure is necessary in connection with a criminal investigation or proceeding, whether at home or abroad.
4. Right of access, correction, and objection
Whenever we process Personal Data, we take all reasonable steps to ensure that your data is accurate and relevant to the purposes for which we collect it. You have the right to object to the processing of your Personal Data for legitimate reasons, i.e. if such processing is not reasonably necessary to pursue our legitimate interest as described in this Policy, or to comply with the law. In the event of marketing, including by electronic means, we will provide you with the means enabling you to object to or consent to receiving information, in accordance with the law. If you wish to know how we use your Personal Data, or if you wish to object to the processing of your Personal Data, please contact us by email at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this case, please include the name of the website on which you submitted your information, as well as any information you would like us to correct, update, or delete. Please make sure that you identify yourself clearly while doing this. Requests for the deletion of personal information will be subject to the obligations imposed on us by law, in particular with regard to the conservation or archiving of documents.
5. Security and confidentiality
To ensure the security and confidentiality of the Personal Data we collect online, we use networks protected by standard features such as firewalls and passwords. When processing your Personal Data, we take all reasonable steps to protect them from loss, misuse, unauthorised access, disclosure, alteration or destruction.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file, sometimes encrypted, stored by a website on the computer or device (e.g. smartphone, tablet) on which you are viewing the page. The purpose of these cookies is to speed up and personalise your use of a site as you visit and return to it.
To do this, cookies transmit data between your web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc.) and the server hosting the website, for example data on your site preferences (language, font size, etc.), your browsing history, other preferences offered by the site, and any other recorded data.
Which cookies do we use on our site?
Session cookies :
These cookies are specific to the content management platform, which can be described as the “engine” of the site. These cookies enable certain features of the site to be managed. They are anonymous (none of the information they collect could be used to identify you). Furthermore, with the exception of the cookies setting your language preferences, they are automatically deleted when you close your browser. They are therefore erased from your computer or device when you exit the program.
Our site uses software to analyse the traffic and behaviour of users of the site. Statistics cookies allow us to view, for example, the number of visitors, their geographical location, their route to finding the site (how they accessed it and through which page, the pages they visited while browsing and the page through which they left the site), the time of the visit, etc. These cookies are anonymous, and their lifespan can be up to two years.
How can you monitor cookies?
You can monitor and/or delete cookies as you wish by changing your browser settings. You can clear all the cookies in your computer’s cache, and most browsers allow you to block all cookies. In this case, however, you may need to indicate certain preferences yourself each time you visit a site, and some services and features may not be accessible.
To find out more about cookies, visit:
Wikipedia : https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookie_(informatique)
Spamsquad : http://www.spamsquad.be/fr/fiches/fiche04.html?q=cookies
AllAboutCookies.org : http://www.allaboutcookies.org/fr/
To find out more, visit: https://www.autoriteprotectiondonnees.be/politique-en-mati%C3%A8re-de-cookies
7. Children’s personal data
Most of the services available on this website are aimed at those over 18 years of age. We will never knowingly collect, use, or share any personal data given by a minor of less than 18 years of age without having received prior permission from their legal guardian (parent or teacher) via direct off-line contact. We will inform this guardian, as well as the minor in question, of the specific categories of personal data collected, and of their ability to object to the collection, use, or retention of such data. We strictly comply with laws aimed at protecting children.
8. Links to other sites
This Data Protection Policy only applies to this site and not to websites owned by third parties. We sometimes provide links to other websites that we believe may be of interest to our visitors. In such cases, we ensure that these sites meet the highest standards. However, due to the nature of the internet, we cannot guarantee the privacy and data protection rules of the websites to which we provide a link and cannot be held responsible for the content of sites other than this one, as this Policy does not apply to third-party sites.
9. Intellectual Property
The texts, page layouts, illustrations, downloadable documents, and any other elements which make up this website are protected by copyright or, in the case of databases, by a specific right. All these elements are the property of Bureau Stekke or, if appropriate, of a third party from whom Bureau Stekke has received the necessary authorisations.
Unless otherwise stated, text or encrypted information appearing on the site as well as documents downloadable in pdf format can be used free of charge, providing that the source is acknowledged, and only for non-commercial and non-advertising purposes. However, any reproduction of this content for commercial or advertising use, as well as any use or reproduction of other integral content of the site (such as the graphic design, images, sounds, videos, publications, or computer applications) are strictly prohibited without prior authorisation. Any requests to this effect should be addressed to the company’s management.
10. Legal Information
Headquarters: 15, Val des Seigneurs. 1150 Brussels, Belgium
Head Editor: Audrey Stekke
Telephone: +32 (0) 2 762 16 64
Business number: 0417302116
Contractor registration no.: 03.280.1
11. How to get in touch
If you have any questions or complaints about our compliance with this Data Protection Policy, or if you wish to provide us with recommendations or comments to improve it, please contact us by email at the following address: email@example.com
This page was last updated on: 31/08/2020.