Stephanie Van Mechelen - 06/02/2018 - 06 February 2018

This Privacy Statement (the “Statement”) refers to the Website www.dauby.be (“Website”), owned and operated by:

Dauby NV

Herentalsebaan 648

B-2160 Wommelgem

Company number: 0416.614.010

hereinafter “Dauby”, “we” or “us”

Dauby considers the protection of privacy to be of the utmost importance and wishes to inform you – as a user of its Website – as far as possible, how you can govern and control what happens to your Personal Data and your privacy.

All capitalised designations not defined in this Declaration have their meaning defined in the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament, and of the Council of 27 April 2016, on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data, and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (“General Data Protection Regulation” or “GDPR”).

Your Personal Data and your privacy are protected by Dauby in accordance with Belgian and European regulations on the protection of privacy. Please read this Statement very carefully. The following describes not only your rights, but also the way in which you can exercise these rights.

By using our Website, submitting your Personal Data, and accepting this Statement, you expressly consent to the manner in which Dauby collects and processes your Personal Data as described in this Statement.

1.   Who processes your Personal Data and how can you contact us?

Dauby is responsible for processing the Personal Data that you submit via the Website.

Dauby has appointed a contact person, who will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your privacy and the processing of your Personal Data. The contact person can be reached via:

Dauby NV

Herentalsebaan 648

B-2160 Wommelgem

e-mail: info@Dauby.be

tel: +32 354 16 86

2. What Personal Data will be collected and processed?

Dauby processes various types of Personal Data, depending on the services you use on our Website, and as the circumstances require:

The following Personal Data may be processed by Dauby:

Contact details

name, address, email address, …

Technical information

data from computers, mobile/phones, or other devices with which you access the Website, your IP address, browser type, …

History and logs

searches and other actions carried out on the Website, your browsing behaviour, the date and time when the Website was visited, …

Cookies

Please refer to our Cookie Policy.

3. What is the purpose and reason for processing your Personal Data?

The purpose and reason for processing your Personal Data mainly depends on the category of Personal Data concerned. Below you will find an overview of the purpose and reason for the various items of Personal Data that we process.

 

Contact details

Purpose

To make ordering at Dauby as enjoyable as possible. This allows us to personalize the Website and recommend things you may find of interest.

 

With your permission, we use your data to inform you of the development of the Website, and of special offers and promotions. If you no longer wish to receive this information, you can let us know by sending an email to the email address mentioned in paragraph 2.

 

We store contact information in your Dauby account so that you do not have to complete it with every new order.

 

To make available the review and/or opinion which you leave on our Website. Dauby reserves the right not to publish reviews that do not comply with our Website Terms and Conditions.

 

 

Basis

Execution of the agreement.

 

Technical information

Purpose

Your technical information is collected to enable Dauby to further tailor its Website to your use, and to further improve its Website in the future.

 

 

Basis

Legitimate interest.

 

History and logs

Purpose

Your information about the use of our Website, your history and logs are collected to enable Dauby to further tailor its Website to your use, and to improve its Website for the future.

 

 

Basis

Legitimate interest.

The legitimate interest as a basis is warranted with regard to technical information and history and logs, as it is important for Dauby to adapt and improve its Website based on this information. The fact that Dauby processes this information therefore also ultimately benefits the users. In any event, in view of the data collected, there shall be no violation of the fundamental rights and/or freedoms of users.

Your consent is always freely given, and you have the right to withdraw such consent at any time. A withdrawal of consent shall not affect the processing of Personal Data (i) prior to such a withdrawal, (ii) on the basis of any legitimate reason for processing Personal Data, (iii) in the event of a legitimate interest in the processing.

The foregoing reasons may not be exhaustive, and Dauby reserves the right to process your Personal Data at any time for any other legitimate reason. In such cases, Dauby will inform you of the reason as soon as possible. Updating this Statement may thus constitute a notification.

4. Direct Marketing

Dauby will also use your Personal Data for direct marketing purposes. This enables Dauby to keep you informed about its products, updates, events, promotions, etc. You give your explicit consent to this, but may at any time explicitly withdraw this consent by sending an email to the email address mentioned in paragraph 2.

5. Collection and sharing of Personal Data

Dauby will collect your Personal Data when, among other things:

  • You fill in the contact form;
  • You make an online order;
  • You subscribe to our newsletter;
  • You write a review and send it to us;
  • You download content from our Website;
  • Cookies are used to send certain information to your browser;

Dauby will always keep the sharing of your Personal Data to a minimum. However, in order to comply with your request or action on our Website, it is sometimes necessary for Dauby to share Personal Data with third parties (in the context of fulfilling the order). Accordingly, you expressly consent to the sharing of your Personal Data as described in this Statement. Dauby’s Processors and Sub-Processors shall at all times act under the responsibility of Dauby. If Dauby makes use of Processors or Sub-Processors, this will always be done under a Processor’s agreement that meets the requirements of the GDPR, and which provides the greatest possible protection for the processing of your Personal Data. Our employees and the third parties engaged by us are obliged to respect the confidentiality of your data.

We may disclose your Personal Data to third parties for the purpose of fulfilling your order, circulating our newsletter, storing and processing your Personal Data, answering your questions, sending content to you, and optimising our Website.

Dauby never shares or sells your Personal Data with/to commercial partners.

In the event that you are directed to another website or application via our Website, you must be aware of the conditions applicable to that website or application.

6. Transfer of Personal Data to countries outside the EEA

In principle, Dauby does not transfer your Personal Data to countries outside the EEA. However, it is possible that Dauby – through its Sub/Processors – will pass on your Personal Data to other countries within/outside the EEA. If less stringent protection of Personal Data applies in a specific country, rather than the protection applied within the EEA, Dauby will ensure that an equal level of protection is applied (e.g. by entering into an agreement with the processor located in a country outside the EEA).

7. How will my Personal Data be stored?

Dauby maintains the following retention periods for your data:

Contact details

as long as the authorisation is valid and not withdrawn

Technical information

maximum [–] days from the time of creation of the technical information.

History and logs

maximum [–] days from the creation of the item or the log.

Cookies

maximum of [–] days from the creation of the cookie(s).

Dauby stores your Personal Data in its own databases and/or in the databases of its (Sub) Processors. When you place an order or visit your Dauby account, one of the most modern technologies is used; the Secure Socket Layer (for more information click here). A list of these (Sub) Processors can always be requested from Dauby.

8. How will my Personal Data be protected?

Dauby has put in place appropriate technical and organisational measures, safeguards, and guarantees to process your Personal Data in accordance with the applicable Belgian and European regulations, and in particular, although not limited to, the protection of your Personal Data against loss, misuse, or unauthorised modifications. Dauby uses a team of technicians, automated systems, and advanced technology.

Dauby will use its best endeavours to protect the confidentiality of your Personal Data.

Despite Dauby’s foregoing measures, you should be aware that there are always risks associated with the submitting of Personal Data over the Internet. The security and protection of your Personal Data can never be fully guaranteed.

Under no circumstances may Dauby be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage resulting from the wrongful or unlawful use of the Personal Data by any third party.

9. What are my rights?

Insofar as, and to the extent provided for in the applicable Belgian and European regulations, you are entitled to:

  1. A confirmation from Dauby about whether or not your Personal Data will be processed and, if applicable, you may access the Personal Data that will be processed;
  2. Correction by Dauby, without undue delay, of inaccurate or incomplete Personal Data;
  3. Have your Personal Data deleted by Dauby;
  4. Obtain your Personal Data and to transfer it to another Responsible Party or Processor;
  5. Obtain from Dauby a limitation of the processing of your Personal Data, in as far as this is possible;
  6. Receive your Personal Data in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format;
  7. Object to the processing of your Personal Data, and to object to the use of your Personal Data for direct marketing purposes.

You can exercise these rights by contacting the Data Protection Officer and providing a copy of your identity card.

Insofar as, and to the extent provided for in the applicable Belgian and European regulations, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority in the event that the processing of your Personal Data breaches the applicable regulations. In Belgium, this is the Commission for the Protection of Privacy.

10. Modifications to this Statement

Dauby may modify this Statement at any time. Modifications will be published on the Website so that you are kept informed at all times of the information Dauby collects, how Dauby uses this information, and how Dauby shares this information.

Modified versions of this Statement shall take effect ten (10) days following their publication on the Website, and shall be submitted for approval at any time as necessary.

11. Authorisation for release

You acknowledge, confirm, and expressly consent to Dauby disclosing your Personal Data when required to do so by law, or where Dauby determines in good faith that such disclosure is required in order to:

  1. Comply with any pending judicial inquiry, order, or process relating to the Website;
  2. Enforce Dauby’s general terms and conditions;
  3. Respond to any claims for damages against Dauby arising from your Personal Data that violate the rights of third parties;
  4. Safeguard the rights, property and safety of Dauby, its employees, users, and the public.

Dauby may disclose your Personal Data to competent police, judicial, or other official government authorities if, at its sole discretion, Dauby deems it necessary or appropriate for the purpose of investigating fraud, intellectual property infringements, or any other harmful activity, or if Dauby reasonably suspects that such activity may expose Dauby or you to liability.

12. Liability

If Dauby has lawfully provided your Personal Data to a third party (other than a Processor or Sub-Processor), Dauby shall not be liable for any unlawful processing or use by such third party.

13. Applicable law and jurisdiction clause

This Statement shall be governed, interpreted, and enforced in accordance with Belgian law, which applies exclusively in the event of any dispute.

The Belgian courts of the Antwerp jurisdiction are exclusively competent to rule on any dispute that may arise from the interpretation or implementation of this Statement, without prejudice to the consumer’s right to bring a dispute before the competent court on the basis of any binding legal provision.

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