Personal data protection
Person responsible for the processing of personal data
Your personal data are processed by the company Springbok Media SPRL whose headquarter is located in
Address : Avenue Roger Vandendriesschelaan 18, 1150 Brussels, Belgique
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Purposes of collecting personal data
Springbok Media SPRL is processing your personal data for the following purposes : To provide you various information or services (sending newsletters, white papers, personalized offers, contests, promotional offers)
The recipients (receivers) of your personal data
Your personal data is stored by Springbok Media SPRL However, they may also be disclosed to our company's employees or service providers only upon our request, following our instructions and excluding any other use.
The transfer of personal data outside the European Union
Personal data can only be transmitted outside the European Union to countries applying a data protection policy corresponding to the one in effect in the European Union.
The storage period and deletion of your personal data
The personal data collected will be kept for as long as necessary to achieve the different purposes. Once the objectives have been achieved, they will be deleted or anonymized.
The protection of personal data
Springbok Media SPRL is committed to protecting your personal data from unauthorized access and manipulation through organizational and technical measures. Your personal data are treated in complete confidentiality by the persons authorised to do so and only for achieving the required purpose.
However, you should be aware that nowadays, there is a real risk of leaks of personal data.
In the event of an accidental or malicious leak, and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Springbok Media SPRL undertakes to notify the problem directly to the Data Protection Authority.
Your rights regarding your personal data
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which is effective since May 2018 in Belgium, stipulates that when using your personal data, you have certain rights at any times:
- Right to erase your data
- Right to data portability
- Right to access your data
- Right to rectify your data
- Right to restrict processing
- Right of opposition
As from the date of receipt of your request, the controller of your personal data must inform you of the measures relating to your case within a maximum period of one month. It should be noted that in some cases where the request is more complex, the response time can be extented to three months. If the latter situation arises, you should be informed and the data controller should contact you to explain the reasons for the extension.
If the entity in charge of processing your personal data does not accept your request, it must inform you of the reasons for its refusal within a period of one month from the date of receipt of your request. You then have the possibility to file a judicial appeal by filing a complaint with the Data Protection Authority (DPA).
Cookie Usage Policy
Why do we have a cookies policy?
Your privacy is a priority for IZIFY (hereinafter ‘IZIFY’ or ‘us’). We therefore endeavour to protect the personal data of our online users (hereinafter ‘you’) that we collect through cookies, tags and trackers (hereinafter ‘cookies’), and to process this data with the greatest care in accordance with the applicable legal provisions, specifically the Belgian law of 13 June 2005 on electronic communications.
Last updated: 07.05.2018
1. Who controls your personal data?
The data controller is IZIFY, with registered offices at Avenue Roger Vandendriesschelaan 18, 1150 Brussels, Belgium, and registered with the Crossroads Bank for Enterprises business register under number 0423.081.237. If you have any questions or requests concerning the processing of your personal data, please email : email@example.com
2. What is a cookie?
Cookies, tags or trackers are text files containing certain data. They are downloaded onto your device when you visit a website. Each time you subsequently visit this website, or when you visit another website that recognises these cookies, they are sent back to the original website. They are useful because they allow the website to recognise a user’s device and improve the browsing experience.
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There are two main types of cookie: “essential” cookies and “non-essential” cookies. Essential cookies are cookies that are needed for our website to function. They allow you to browse our website and use its main features.
Non-essential cookies are cookies that are used to personalise your user experience on our website but that are not needed in order for it to function.
These two types of cookies differ according to their duration and their placement origin.
- Cookies according to their duration on the user's computer
Persistent or permanent cookies: remain after the session has ended. They are stored on the user’s hard drive until they expire (persistent cookies are designed with an expiry date) or until the user deletes the cookies from their computer. Persistent cookies are used to collect identification data relating to the user, such as their behaviour when browsing the internet and their preferences for a specific website.
Session cookies: only last for the length of the visit to the website (session). They are deleted when the user closes their browser.
- Cookies according to their placement origin
First-party cookies: belong to the website you are visiting.
Third-party cookies: are linked to the activities of third-party partners. They are imported from a website whose content is indirectly accessible, for example via an image or banner.
Most browsers support cookies (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Netscape, Safari, etc.). Nevertheless, users can deactivate cookies in their browser settings or delete them.
3. Which cookies do we use and why?
Cookies perform a range of functions, such as making it quicker to navigate between pages, storing your preferences (language, etc.), and generally improving your user experience. They can also help make sure that the adverts you see on a website are tailored to your interests.
In general, when you visit our website, we will use a mix of both essential and non-essential cookies for analytical, functional and targeted advertising purposes.
Below, we explain the difference between essential and non-essential cookies. Each category of cookies is listed in a table and classed according to the cookie’s purpose, type (persistent or session), origin (first- or third-party cookie) and duration.
I. Essential cookies:
These cookies are essential for our website to function. They allow you to browse our website and use its main features, such as the ‘back’ button. This involves sending a communication via an electronic means of communication pursuant to Article 129 of the Law of 13 June 2005 on electronic communications. Your consent is not required to activate these cookies.
This category of cookies should not be deactivated. If you choose to deactivate these cookies, you will not have access to all of the content on the pages you visit.
The essential cookies we use are:
|Manage user sessions||Session||First-party cookies||Session|
|Store the domain||Persistent||First-party cookies||60 days|
|Store the partner company’s username||Persistent||First-party cookies||60 days|
II. Non-essential cookies:
Analytical cookies: These cookies collect data about how you use our website, such as which pages you visit the most often and how long you spend on our website. We use this information to improve the website's features (e.g. resolving error messages on some of the website’s pages) and to help us understand which pages and sections are the most successful. Some of these cookies cannot be used without your prior consent and are therefore included in the acknowledgement you are asked to accept when you first visit our website. Others do not collect any data that can identify you, and so your consent is not needed. The analytical cookies we use are:
|Audience measurement (traffic statistics)||Persistent||Third-party cookies (Google Analytics)||2 years|
|Audience measurement (co-registration page traffic statistics)||Persistent||First-party cookies||60 days|
|Share content on social media||Session||Third-party cookies (Facebook)||Session|
|Fill in forms automatically||Session||Third-party cookies (Facebook)||Session|
|Store the user’s IP address||Persistent||First-party cookies||60 days|
|Store the user’s username||Persistent||First-party cookies (Facebook)||1 year|
|Indicate the traffic source||Session||First-party cookies||Session|
|Display targeted advertising||Persistent||Third-party cookie (Facebook)||1 year|
|Manage email targeting||Persistant||First-party cookie||60 days|
|Track a user for email retargeting||Persistent||First-party cookie||60 days|
|Display campaign based on traffic||Persistent||First-party cookie||60 days|
|Filter campaigns that have already been displayed||Persistent||First-party cookie||60 days|
4. Which third-party cookies do we use?
These cookies cannot be used without your prior consent and are therefore included in the acknowledgement you are asked to accept when you first visit our website.
All of these third parties are listed below so that you can consult their cookies policies and manage your consent.
|Audience measurement||Google Analytics
To withdraw your consent:
|Display targeted advertising, share content on social media, fill in forms automatically||Facebook
To withdraw your consent:
|Track a user for email retargeting||HasOffers (Tune)
To withdraw your consent:
5. How can you manage your cookies settings?
To allow, reject or delete cookies on your computer, you will need to go into ‘settings’ on your browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, etc.). Your browser's instructions, which can generally be found under the ‘Help,’ ‘Tools’ or ‘Edit’ tab, will tell you what to do. However, rejecting a cookie or a category of cookies does not delete them from your browser; if you wish to do this, you will need to do so yourself through your browser. Be aware that, if you choose to deactivate cookies, you will not fully benefit from our website’s features and IZIFY’s user experience.
You can also manage your consent by contacting third parties directly, as explained in point 4.
6. What are your rights and how can you exercise them?
We want to make your personal data rights as clear as possible. We also want to make it as easy as possible for you to exercise them.
You will find a summary of your rights in our Privacy Charter, along with an explanation of how to exercise them.