Koningin Elisabethlaan 18 8000 Brugge

Tel: 0800-62 605

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© 2019 by Grinta Consultancy

Your privacy is important to us.

01. Why do we process data and data?

Here at Grinta we attach great importance to relevance. The right message to the right person at the right time. That is why we try to map our target group as well as possible by analyzing the behavior of our website visitors. This is sometimes called profiling. We use Google Analytics for this, one of the most used web analytics tools that does not take privacy and data protection lightly.

That way we get to know a little more about you, without having to find out your identity. Based on your behavior, we try to focus our communication (for example, e-mail newsletters) and advertisements (for example, on Google) very specifically on your preferences. This way it remains relevant for you and we have less work! But that's not all: we always try to make your online experience even better by optimizing our website based on our analyzes. As an online marketing agency, we cannot do anything else, can we?

Of course we hope that you naturally take the first step and give us a call. You can do this via our contact form in which we ask for your name and e-mail address. You also understand that we need this information to be able to approach you personally in the context of your message.

02. How do we collect and process this information?

We collect most information through cookies. These are small text files that are stored on your computer via your web browser when you visit our website. They send information to the tools we use for analysis, marketing and communication (for example, Google Analytics). Don't panic: that information is processed in so-called "pseudonymized" form. This means that it cannot be directly related to you as a person.

Without going into too many technical details: all of this happens of course completely safely. After all, most of these external tools are members of the EU-US. Privacy Shield, which means that they undertake to send personal data securely across borders in digital form.

Do all those "cookies" make your mouth water for more? Please feel free to read our cookie policy to find out which cookies we use, why we use them and for how long. Furthermore, Allaboutcookies.org is good for hours of reading pleasure about what cookies are and how they work, but also how you can refuse or delete them depending on which web browser you use.

PS. Scroll through to "Your rights". You will find a handful of useful links that can help you with your advertising preferences.

03. Legal basis (s) of processing

The personal data that we receive via the website is processed on the basis of Article 6.1 of the General Data Protection Regulation. This means that we process personal data:

​The personal data that we receive via the website is processed on the basis of Article 6.1 of the General Data Protection Regulation. This means that we process personal data:

Because we need them to fulfill an agreement: you contact us, well brought up as we are, you can expect something back from us ...

Omdat we hiervoor toestemming van jou hebben gekregen: onze nieuwsbrief zal je enkel ontvangen als je hiernaar hebt gevraagd (door je aan te melden via de website). Gepersonaliseerde marketing via retargeting technieken gebeurt op basis van cookies die je hebt geaccepteerd. Je kunt je cookievoorkeuren duidelijk aangeven in de cookiemelding.

04. Is my information shared with third parties?

First, let's kick an open door: we will never pass on your data to third parties for commercial purposes.

What may happen is that data is shared with third parties in the context of measurement and the tools that we use for this. For example, your data will be sent to Google's servers in a secure and "pseudonymized" form when we use Google Analytics.

Website plugins are also sometimes seen as third parties. For example, our website sends information to social networks if you share one of our cases or blog posts via the share buttons. Or are you watching a video that is embedded via Vimeo or YouTube? Then usage statistics are also sent to our channels. Both we and our external providers guarantee you to take the necessary technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data. That's a promise!

The external providers we work with:

05. How long do we keep your data?

There are two types of cookies:

Session (transient) cookies: these cookies are deleted when you close your browser and do not collect any information from your computer. They usually store information in the form of a session identification that does not personally identify the user.

 

Permanent (permanent or stored) cookies: these cookies are stored on your hard disk until they expire (on a set expiration date) or until you delete them. These cookies are used to collect identifying information about the user, such as browsing behavior or user preferences for a specific site.

Online forms that you send to us via the website are kept as long as we need them for the implementation of an agreement. They are then deleted.

Of course you can view, correct, retrieve and have your saved data stored at any time. Give us a call at info@webbies.be and we will do everything necessary to help you as well as possible.

06. Your rights?

You have the right to view your personal data and to have them corrected if they are incorrect or incomplete, to have them removed or to limit their processing. This applies if your application is "fair". In short, if we do not have to take disproportionate organizational and technical measures for this.

We know it's a big chunk. But a well-informed human is worth two!

Do you not want to be tracked via Google Analytics? Then you can install the Google Analytics Opt-out browser add-on.

Do you want to know more about how you can block Google ads? Then you can visit Google’s Help Center.

If you want to know more about Google’s vision, just take a look at Cookiechoices.org.

Do you want to do the same for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn? Take a look here for Facebook, here for Twitter, here for Instagram and here for LinkedIn.

Do you want to get started with this?

 

Then you can contact us via:

  • Mail: info@webbies.be

  • Our online contact form

  • Telephone: +32 800 62 605 (yes, you can call us for free)

  • Our address: Grinta Comm. V. Koningin Elisabethlaan 18 – 8000 Brugge

07. Complaints can be resolved

Do you have questions or is something unclear?

Don't be bothered and contact us via our contact form or by mail at info@webbies.be

Are you stuck with something and we don't seem to get out of it together?

Then you can go to:

the Data Protection Authority (Drukpersstraat 35, 1000 Brussels - contact (at) apd-gba.be).

You can find more information on https://www.gegevensbeschermingsautoriteit.be