Which personal data does MEDIA PACT NV/FFI BVBA process?
MEDIA PACT NV/FFI BVBA collects only personal data which is necessary for us to provide the service which you have requested.
When and why does MEDIA PACT NV/FFI BVBA process personal data?
MEDIA PACT NV/ FFI BVBA processes this data only in certain cases. These include, for instance, cases where the processing is necessary for us to provide the service which you have requested (e.g. your address in order to send you a publication; your e-mail address in order to send you our newsflash, or if we are obliged by law to process the data.
How does MEDIA PACT NV/FFI BVBA treat personal data?
Data of persons under age and sensitive personal data are always treated as confidential and are never published.
Your data is used only in accordance with the service which you have requested (unless the conditions specified in the paragraph above are met). For example, if you register to receive at least one newsletter, we will use your data only to send those newsletters. Each newsletter also gives you the option of cancelling your registration.
We never pass on your contact details to third parties without your prior explicit consent.
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How long does MEDIA PACT NV/FFI BVBA keep personal data?
If you register for our newsflash, order a publication, register for an event, or transfer a gift, we will keep your data for the period which is necessary for us to provide you with the service which you have requested.
Furthermore, MEDIA PACT NV/FFI BVBA can also decide to collect certain data in a collective manner for a longer period in order to assess and improve its own operations (e.g. support granted over the years). Individual persons are not identified in this process.
Does MEDIA PACT NV/FFI BVBA store my personal data in a manner which is safe?
Your data is handled safely. To do that we use various forms of security technology and measures to protect your data adequately against unauthorised access, use, loss, or disclosure. These forms of technology and measures are tested and, if necessary, refined at regular intervals.
What can I do myself regarding my personal data?
If you believe that your data has been mishandled, you can lodge a complaint with the Privacy Commission.
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