- What data is processed?
‘t Kasteeltje bv processes and collects the personal data we receive from you. This concerns information that we receive and need when processing your order, such as telephone numbers, email addresses and, if applicable, billing information.
- For what purposes are your data processed?
We use your personal data for the following purposes:
– Create a personal and/or company account
– Processing your order
– The administrative processing and financial administration of your order
– To comply with laws and regulations.
- Access to your data
You have the right to view your data at all times. In the store you can ask the manager for inspection of your personal data.
- Visiting data website
‘t Kasteeltje bv stores your data for its own purposes and does not sell it to third parties. Cookies are only used for ‘t Kasteeltje bv purposes.
- Sharing or selling data
‘t Kasteeltje bv does not share or sell data to third parties.
- Security and retention period
Your personal data is protected against misuse and access by unauthorized persons via the current usual techniques. ‘t Kasteeltje bv stores your personal data for as long as necessary for previously stated purposes or as long as required by law. ‘t Kasteeltje bv may keep the personal data longer if there are circumstances that give cause to do so.
- Right to view, correct or delete your personal data
You have the right to view, correct or delete your personal data. To this end, you can send a specified request to ‘t Kasteeltje bv by sending an e-mail to email@example.com, stating your name and address. In the event of a request for removal, ‘t Kasteeltje bv will remove the relevant personal data as soon as possible, unless and so far as the law obligates to keep the relevant personal data or there are (other) urgent reasons that oppose removal.
- Data breach
A data breach is reported to the Belgian Data Protection Authority if it leads to a significant chance of serious adverse consequences for the protection of personal data, or if it has serious adverse consequences for the protection of personal data. The data breach is also reported to the data subject(s) if it is likely to have unfavorable consequences for their organization or privacy.