We are committed to protecting the privacy of the individuals whose personal data we process. We treat this information with the strictest confidentiality and in full compliance with current legislation.
The purpose of this Information Notice is to provide you with transparent information about the data we collect, its purpose, our use of it and your rights in relation to the processing of your personal data.
We would draw your attention to the need to read this Notice carefully. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the following address: [email protected]
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PROCESSING YOUR DATA?
The King Baudouin Foundation - KBF is responsible for processing your personal data.
King Baudouin Foundation - Foundation of Public Utility
21 Rue Brederode, 1000 Brussels - Belgium
CBE number: BE0415.580.365
We have appointed a Data Protection Officer (more commonly referred to as "DPO") as our single point of contact, whose details are as follows:
King Baudouin Foundation
21 Rue Brederode, 1000 Brussels - Belgium
CBE number: BE0865.095.867
WHY DO WE COLLECT YOUR DATA?
We mainly collect your data:
For the because.eu launch campaign and to encourage you to promote your organisation on the because.eu website;
To create a user account on the because.eu website which allows you to update your organisation's details;
To send you newsletters about what's happening on the because.eu website and in the sector.
WHAT DATA DO WE COLLECT?
We collect your data - personal or otherwise - for various purposes, as defined in the previous section (see point 2). These are the following categories of data:
Your e-mail address for the because.eu launch campaign
Your identification data (surname, first name, e-mail address, telephone number and role in the organisation) for the creation of your account;
Your surname, first name and email address for sending newsletters.
HOW DO WE COLLECT YOUR DATA?
We collect and store data about you when you register or fill in a form made available by the KBF on its websites, for the purposes mentioned in point 2.
As part of the campaign to launch because.eu, the KBF collects contact data (email address) concerning you via third parties and information accessible on public sites. This information will be deleted immediately after the end of the campaign.
IS YOUR DATA PROTECTED?
We make it a point of honour to respect the privacy of the persons concerned. We apply a strict confidentiality policy and take all appropriate measures to ensure that our servers prevent, as far as possible, any unauthorised leakage, destruction, loss, disclosure, use, access or modification of your data.
HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR DATA?
We retain your data for as long as is necessary to achieve the aims and objectives pursued (see point 2). The retention periods may vary from one processing operation to another, depending on the purpose and the legal basis for the retention periods.
WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS AND HOW CAN YOU EXERCISE THEM?
You may at any time ask to check, access, rectify, delete or transfer your data, object to the use of your data or ask for it to be restricted. To do so, simply send us an e-mail to the following address: [email protected]. We will then do everything in our power to take the necessary action as quickly as possible.
WHO HAS ACCESS TO YOUR DATA AND TO WHOM IS IT DISCLOSED?
DO WE TRANSFER YOUR DATA ABROAD?
We will only transfer your data to a country outside the European Union if that country ensures a level of protection equivalent to that which you can enjoy in your country of residence or within the limits permitted by the legislation in force, for example by ensuring data protection through appropriate contractual provisions.
HOW TO STAY INFORMED ABOUT BECAUSE.EU
We only use your e-mail address to follow up your requests, manage your registrations and keep you informed about because.eu activities.
WHAT TO DO IN THE EVENT OF A DISPUTE?
Lengthy legal proceedings benefit no-one. In the event of a dispute between us, we undertake to give priority to dialogue and openness in the search for an amicable solution. You can also contact the Data Protection Authority.