Arthuis, a company having its registered office at Avenue Franklin Rooseveltlaan 90, 1050 Brussels, is the controller of the personal data collected through this website, meaning it determines the purposes and means to process such personal data.
Arthuis is committed to protecting your personal data in a transparent, secure and lawful manner.
The legislation applicable to such personal data processing by Arthuis is EU Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
Arthuis reserves its right to modify the terms of the present privacy statement, in order to comply at all times with legal rules and market practices. The revised privacy statement shall be in use as soon as it is available online, it is therefore recommended that you always read it when entering Arthuis website.
Personal Data Collected and Processed
Although the consultation of most of the information available in this site does not require you to disclose personal data, some parts of the site might require that you provide Arthuis with such data.
The personal data collected and processed though this website will be limited to a minimal amount of personal data, and Arthuis will in any case ask you for your explicit consent before collecting and processing such data.
Purposes of Personal Data Collecting and Processing
By registering your personal data in this website, you agree that Arthuis may register, collect and process them for the following purposes:
- To answer the requests you have sent through the sites;
- To test and monitor the quality of the website;
- To comply with legal and regulatory requirements;
The personal data shall be stored for as long as required in order to fulfil the purposes for which they have been collected.
Arthuis shall not communicate your personal data to third parties for commercial purposes. The personal data you provide Arthuis with might be subject to transfer to subcontractors or service providers whose intervention is necessary to achieve one of the above-mentioned purposes. In this case, Arthuis will impose to the third parties an adequate and similar level of protection of your personal data, by means of appropriate contract provisions.
Protection of the Personal Data Collected and Processed
Access to personal data collected by Arthuis during your visit of this website is restricted to the persons who strictly need them in order to perform their duties. Arthuis has also developed adequate internal guidelines that its employees are bound to comply with when handling your personal data.
Arthuis has put in place all reasonable technical measures in order to safely store your personal data and safeguard them against unauthorized access, modification or destruction.
As the data you provide Arthuis with are entered via the internet, which is an open and unprotected network, Arthuis cannot guarantee the security of the data during the transfer. The same applies to e-mails you send to Arthuis. Arthuis therefore strongly recommends you not to send any sensitive information through this communication channel.
What are your rights and how to protect them
You have the right to (i) request access, modification, deletion of your personal data collected by Arthuis (ii) withdraw any consent provided to Arthuis in relation to your personal data (ii) make use of your personal data’s portability, if applicable.
These rights can be exercised free of charge by sending a dated request to Arthuis, accompanied by a copy of your identification document, to the following email address: info@Arthuis.com.
Should you have subscribed online to an information service or newsletter, you have the possibility to cancel such subscription at any time, either directly online or by addressing Arthuis an email request to that effect, to the following address: info@Arthuis.com
You can also find information on the protection of your personal data or on claim filing by consulting the website of the Belgian data protection authority, https://www.privacycommission.be