We value your privacy and are therefore transparent about what data we collect about you. We store all the data we collect in an online database that is properly secured. As we collect and process all data within Belgium, it is protected according to European privacy standards.
What data do we collect from you and why?
When you surf to our website, we store certain data about you in statistics (Google Analytics). That data includes browser type, IP address, the operating system you use and the domain name of the website that sent you to our website. We use these statistics to analyse our visitors’ browsing behaviour and, on that basis, optimise our website for our users. The statistics are completely anonymous, so you have nothing to worry about.
In addition, we also collect certain statistics when you read our newsletter. More specifically, this involves information about browser type, unique identifier and the number of times a link in our newsletter is clicked. We use this data to improve our newsletter or correctly analyse any problems.
When you fill in the contact form on our website, we keep a record of the information you enter. We securely store your first name, last name, phone number, e-mail address, message, IP address and time of transmission. This is necessary to communicate with you in the correct way.
With whom do we share your data?
Only Brut uses your data. We therefore do NOT share your data with third parties.
What is the retention period of your data?
Brut keeps your personal data for 2 years after you unsubscribe from our newsletter and/or for 2 years after sending a contact form.
What rights do you have?
As a user, you also have a number of rights relating to your personal data. If you wish to invoke any of these rights, it is best to contact Brut directly by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org We will do our best to process all requests within 30 working days.
Right of access and rectification?
You have the right to inspect any personal data we collect from you. You can have any incorrect or incomplete data amended or deleted.
Right to be forgotten
A visitor always has the right to have their data deleted from our databases.
Right to lodge a complaint
If you believe that we have processed your data unlawfully, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Privacy Commission.
Right to withdraw consent
Any user or visitor whose personal data is collected has the right to object to the processing of that data.
Right to restrict processing
You have the right to stop (temporarily) the processing of your personal data.
By using cookies, we can provide you with the best user experience. Cookies allow us to:
- Continuously optimise our website;
- Remember your preferences, so that you do not have to enter or download the same information over and over again when using our website;
- Improve the security and speed of our website;
- Make our marketing more efficient so we can provide you with a better service.
We only use the information we collect within Brut. So we do not pass on your data to third parties. Moreover, everything is processed anonymously.
What types of cookies are there and what are they for?
We can divide the cookies we use into three categories:
1. Essential Cookies
Essential cookies are cookies that are necessary for a website to function. They enable basic functions such as page navigation, security and loading time to work.
2. Functional cookies
Functional cookies are cookies that store information about your choices and preferences on a website. For instance, they remember your choice of language, login details or the region you live in.
3. Analytical cookies
Analytical cookies collect information about website visitor behaviour and website performance. Based on the results, the website can be improved and visitors get a better user experience.
What cookies are set through our site?
First Party Cookies
Brut mainly uses first party cookies or direct cookies that serve to improve your user experience on our website. That is, they only collect information on our website itself. They control the technical part of the website and remember certain things about the visitor, such as language choice, page visited and time spent on the website.
Third Party Cookies
There are also third parties with a different domain name that set cookies via Brut’s website. Examples include Google and Facebook. They track users’ browsing behaviour and create a user profile based on that data.
How can you disable cookies?
You can also disable cookies, delete them or adjust the settings for cookies, although in that case our website will no longer be able to work optimally. Do you want to adjust the settings for cookies anyway? Then you can find instructions for different browsers here
Brut has the right to change this privacy statement if necessary.