Here you will find the privacy statement of Barpartners. This describes how your personal data that is collected is processed and for what purposes your data is stored by Barpartners.
The privacy statement will sometimes be adapted by, for example, legislative changes. It is therefore recommended to periodically consult the statement.
There are situations in which your data is collected by Barpartners. It is therefore good that you know what is being done and how you can indicate your wishes regarding your data. This statement is about this.
If you are uncomfortable about the use of your data by Barpartners, please contact us!
Barpartners managed by Serge Guillou.
Purpose of data
Personal information is collected by Barpartners for a number of purposes. These are explained below.
1. Sending of newsletters & press releases
Barpartners sends out newsletters and press releases via e-mail. These newsletters and press releases are on the one hand commercial and on the other hand focused on knowledge sharing. Your first name and e-mail address will be collected via the appropriate form on the Barpartners website. In addition, you can be asked verbally or textually to sign up.
2. Contact us
Your data will be collected when you contact Barpartners via the website. However, in this you will only be asked for the necessary information enabling to offer a proposal or a service, such as your name, company name, e-mail address, telephone number and project description.
The website of Barpartners collects your data to improve the website. This is done with Google Analytics. This information is anonymous and is therefore not bound to your personal data. Think of information such as the duration of your website visit or the pages you visit a lot. All data will only be processed with your permission or to execute the agreements that are agreed upon, or because processing is necessary to bring you in contact with potential customers and/or contractors.
The data received and processed by Barpartners will be managed through:
The newsletters and press releases will be send through Mailchimp. The moment you sign up for the newsletter or for receiving press releases, your e-mail address and first name will automatically be saved in the appropriate list within Mailchimp.
The e-mail of Barpartners is hosted by OVH.com When you contact us via the forms or via e-mail, those e-mails will be stored on the servers of OVH.com.
The website and back-ups of the website are host by OVH.com. Data that you leave on the website of Barpartners are stored on the servers of OVH.com.
Your data will be stored by Barpartners for a longer period of time, but never longer than is necessary for carrying out activities, unless we have to keep your data for longer because of a statutory regulation.
1. Sending newsletters and press releases
Your e-mail address and first name are stored in Mailchimp. The storage of your data is for an indefinite period of time. You can unsubscribe whenever you want via the link at the bottom of the newsletters or by sending an email to email@example.com
2. Getting in touch
The moment you contact Barpartners via email, the data you send, such as your name, company name, and e-mail address, will be stored on the mail server. Those e-mails will be saved up to a maximum of two years.
The data that Analytics collects on the website is anonymous, so it is not linked to your name, company or e-mail address. This data is stored indefinitely within Google Analytics.
No physical copies of your personal data will be made. Your data is only managed in the aforementioned systems and software. The personal data that is managed by Barpartners or by the aforementioned third parties can only be accessed via top-level software and protected by a password and where possible with two-step verification. With this two-step verification, a code is generated from the software and sent to Barpartners. This code must be used during the login process.
The devices that open your data are each also locked with a password. The number of devices that have access to your data is limited to only the necessary devices. In addition, your visit to our website is secured by an SSL certificate. This means that your connection to the Barpartners website is private. You can recognize this protection by the green lock for the url.
In addition, the Barpartners domain has been signed with DNSSEC. This is an extra tool that makes the ‘signposting’ of the website safer and more familiar.
1. Right of inspection
You have the right to request your data at all times that are recorded and saved at Barpartners. You can do this by sending an e-mail or by calling Barpartners. You will then receive an overview of your data.
2. Right of rectification
Is your data not correct? Or have your details changed? You have the right to have this rectified by Barpartners. You can adjust your data about the newsletter via the appropriate url at the bottom of each email.
4. Right of transferal
If you need to transfer your data that is stored at Barpartners to another company, then you have the right to take it with you. Barpartners must transfer all your data to the other party.
5. Right to delete your data
Do you no longer want your data recorded with Barpartners? Then you have the right to have your data deleted.
6. Right to submit a complaint
You have the right to file a complaint with the Belgian Data Protection Authority if you feel that Barpartners does not handle your data correctly.
7. Right to stop data use (objection)
Do not you want Barpartners to use your data? Then you have the right to stop us using your personal data. The use of these rights can be done via firstname.lastname@example.org by sending a copy of the ID-proof whereby the passport photo, the numbers at the bottom of the passport, ID-proof number and BSN are made illegible. The aim is to respond within a week.
Barpartners processes personal data on the basis of a legitimate interest, namely a commercial interest. Think of offering services or products from clients of Barpartners via e-mail. The data that is mandatory to deliver is the minimum required data for the provision of the services or products. For example, your e-mail address is required to be able to send the newsletters and press releases. If this mandatory information is not supplied, Barpartners can not offer the relevant service. If it is necessary to share information that you have shared with Barpartners with others than the parties mentioned above (for example, to offer a service), your permission will first be requested.
Barpartners reserves the right to disclose the information when this is required by law or if Barpartners deems this justified to comply with a legal request / process or to protect the rights, property or safety of Barpartners. In doing so, we always try to respect your right to privacy as much as possible.
Do you still have questions? Feel free to contact us via the contact details below.
Barpartners is managed Serge Guillou.