The controller, infinitygrass, respects the Belgian law of December 8, 1992, regarding the protection of private life in the processing of personal data.
The personal data provided by you will only be used for the following purposes: the execution of the concluded agreement, sending newsletters, advertising and/or marketing purposes, both from infinitygrass and from its affiliated companies.
You have a legal right to inspect and possibly correct your personal data. Subject to proof of identity (copy of identity card), you can obtain a written notification of your personal data free of charge via a written, dated and signed request to infinitygrass, VAT BE0861.007.929, email@example.com. If necessary, you can also request that data be corrected if it is incorrect, incomplete, or irrelevant.
In case of using data for direct marketing: you can oppose the use of your data for direct marketing free of charge. You can always turn to infinitygrass for this.
We treat your data as confidential information and will not pass it on, rent it or sell it to third parties. It is possible that the personal data obtained will be passed on to companies cooperating with us.
Infinitygrass keeps online (anonymous) visitor statistics in order to see which pages of the internet site are visited and to what extent. If you have any questions about this privacy statement, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During a visit to the site, ‘cookies’ may be placed on the hard drive of your computer. A cookie is a text file that is placed by the server of a website in the browser of your computer or on your mobile device when you consult a website. Cookies cannot be used to identify individuals, a cookie can only identify a machine.
‘First party cookies’ are technical cookies that are used by the visited site itself and that aim to make the site function optimally. Example: settings that the user has made during previous visits to the site, or: a pre-filled form with data that the user has made during previous visits.
‘Third Party cookies’ are cookies that do not come from the website itself, but from third parties, for example an existing marketing or advertising plug-in, for example cookies from Facebook or Google Analytics. For such cookies, the visitor to the site must first give permission – this can be done via a bar at the bottom or top of the website, with reference to this policy, which does not prevent further browsing on the website.
You can set your internet browser in such a way that cookies are not accepted, that you receive a warning when a cookie is installed or that the cookies are subsequently removed from your hard drive. You can do this via the settings of your browser (via the help function). Keep in mind that certain graphic elements may not appear correctly, or that you will not be able to use certain applications.