We take the protection of your personal data seriously and comply with the applicable legislation, among other things the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”).
GDK-Engineering, with its registered office in Buizegemlei 103, 2650 Edegem, registered at the Crossroads Bank for Enterprises under number BE 0540.662.954 (hereinafter referred to as “GDK-Engineering” and “We”) is responsible for the processing of your personal data on the website www.gdk-engineering.be hereinafter referred to as “the Website”).
We collect certain personal data from the users of our Website and from persons who are registering for the services or products we deliver. These data include in particular:
We process your name, first name and contact data (email, telephone, address, possible additional delivery address, payment data, IP-address, etc.). These data are not processed upon our own initiative but they are processed because you provide these data to us, for example at the moment of registration on our website or when placing an order.
It is also possible to process other data if you provide these to us specifically (such as gender, interests, etc.).
Besides your consent, there is also the need for us to be able to offer you the services or goods contractually agreed as additional legal basis for the processing of your personal data (in other words: executing the agreement concluded between you and us also applies as legal basis).
We process your personal data, among other things, to:
However, we do have the right to share your data with the company that is managing our Website in view of an optimal functioning of our Website and solving possible technical issues regarding our Website. This company has provided us with adequate contractual guarantees that it will handle your data in a strictly confidential manner and that it will not disclose your data to third parties.
Reporting anonymised data to third parties is allowed.
We have the right to disclose your data to the authorised judicial bodies or to the police in the event of (a suspicion of) serious violations of the law. We may also do so in order to protect or safeguard our rights or those of third parties or to safeguard the security of the users of the Website or of the Website itself.
All personal data will be stored for the period of time necessary for us to deliver the service.
You have the right to gain free access to your personal data at any time. This can be done by logging in to your profile on our Website or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org .
You also have the right to correct or adjust your personal data should these be incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant, also by logging in to your profile or by sending an email to email@example.com. When you apply for access or correction of data, we will always ask you to add a copy of your identity card so we are able to verify your identity before we provide you with any information. You also have the right to transfer your personal data to another data controller.
You have the right to object against the processing of your personal data. This can be done by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (also with addition of a copy of your identity card). However, you cannot object to the processing of your personal data if this is necessary for the execution of the contractional obligations.
You are entirely free not to provide us with your personal data. In that case, the provision of certain services may be refused.
You are always the person responsible for the correctness of the data you provide to us.
We take the security of your personal data seriously and have taken measures on a technical and organisational level to protect your personal data.
However, we are not liable for direct or indirect damage resulting from your incorrect or unlawful use of personal data. Any negligent or unlawful use of these data by the user of by a third party (unless this is caused by an error on our part) is beyond our responsibility and liability. You have to inform us as quickly as possible in the event of loss, theft or unlawful use of your login data, passwords or personal data.
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Cookies and similar technologies do not allow us to systematically collect data that may identify the user of our Website. They help us in improving the functioning of our Website, in responding better to the interests of our users and in measuring the effectiveness of the content of our Website.
You can deactivate or block cookies through your web browser.
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Keep in mind that, when deactivating cookies, certain graphic elements may not be displayed correctly or that you will be unable to visit (certain parts of) our Website properly.
We can use different types of cookies on our Website, among other things: cookies that save your preferred language; cookies that save your shopping cart; security cookies; cookies that save your registration or login data; cookies that save certain preferences (e.g. for the receipt of newsletters, localisation of region, etc.); cookies that save certain interests; cookies used for statistical research to optimise the form, content or structure of the Website or for analysis of the surfing behaviour or the origin of visitors, always based on anonymous data (e.g. Google Analytics cookies); tracking cookies that enable us or our partners to send, based on anonymous data, suggestions of offers and advantages to users through newsletters, banners, other advertisements, etc. (advertising profiling); and much more.
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