COOKIE POLICY

 

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Your privacy is a priority for FEBIAC (hereinafter "FEBIAC", "we” or “us”). In this respect, we are committed to protecting the personal data of our online users (hereinafter "you") collected through cookies, tags, tracers (hereinafter generally: "cookies") and treating it with the utmost care, in accordance with the legal provisions in force and specifically the Act of 13 June 2005 on electronic communications.

Date of last modification: 17.08.2018.
 

Who has control of your personal data?

The party responsible for handling your personal data is FEBIAC, which has its registered office at
1200 Brussels, Boulevard de la Woluwe 46, Box 6, with the business registration number 0407.693.572. All questions or requests regarding the handling of your personal data can be sent to the following email address: dataprivacy@febiac.be.

 

2. What is a cookie?

Cookies, tags or tracers are text files that contain certain information that is downloaded to your device when you visit a website. The cookies are then sent back to the original website at each subsequent visit, or during a visit to a site that recognises this cookie. They are useful because they allow a website to recognise a user's device and often facilitate the user experience.

There are two main types of cookies: so-called "essential" cookies and "non-essential" cookies.

Essential cookies are cookies that are necessary for the functioning of our website. They allow you to browse our website and use the main features of our site.

Non-essential cookies are cookies that allow you to personalise your user experience on our website, but which are not essential to its operation.

These two types of cookies also have different characteristics that can be distinguished and classified according to their validity period and the origin of their placement.
 

  •  Cookies according to their validity period 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 expiration date) or until the user deletes the cookies. Persistent cookies are used to collect user identification information such as internet surfing habits or preferences for a specific website.

Session cookies: only last for the duration of the visit on a website (session). They are erased when the user closes the browser.
 

  • Cookies according to their placement

First party cookies: belong to the site you choose to visit.

Third party cookies: are cookies linked to the activity of third parties. They are imported from a site whose content is indirectly accessible, for example via an image or a banner.

The majority of browsers support cookies (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Netscape, Safari, etc.). In any case, users can set their browser to disable cookies or they can delete them.
 

3. Which cookies do we use and for what purposes?

Cookies perform multiple functions, such as allowing you to navigate between pages efficiently, remembering your preferences (language or otherwise), and generally improving the user experience. They can also help to ensure that the ads you see on a site are more interesting for you, based on your interests.

Generally, when you visit our site, we use both essential and non-essential cookies, which allow us to carry out several functions: we use analytics cookies, functional cookies and targeted advertising cookies.

You will find below a distinction between essential cookies and non-essential cookies. In the cookie banner on the website, you can find all the different cookies per category – according to their name (name used in de cookie banner system), the origin/supplier (own cookie or third-party cookie), the objective (how it works), the period of validity & the type (session or permanent).

3.1.  Essential cookies

These are cookies that are necessary for the functioning of our website. They allow you to browse our website and use the main features of our site, such as return to the previous page. The goal here is to send a communication via an electronic communications network in accordance with Article 129 of the Act of 13 June 2005 on electronic communications, and your consent is not required to activate these cookies.

The complete list of cookies can be found in the cookie banner, available on our website.
 

3.2.  Non-essential cookies

1) Analytics cookies

These cookies collect information about how you use our website, for example which pages you look at most often, how long you stay on our website, etc., mainly in order to improve its functionality (for example, to resolve error messages on some pages of our site) and help us understand which pages and sections are most successful. 

These cookies cannot be used without your prior consent and are therefore the subject of the request sent to you during the first visit of our site.

The complete list of cookies can be found in the cookie banner, available on our website.
 

2) Functional cookies

Functional cookies allow us to personalise your experience on our site. For example, these cookies record your language. They also allow the use of certain features like content sharing on social networks.

These cookies cannot be used without your prior consent and are therefore the subject of the request sent to you during the first visit of our site.

The functional cookies we use are as follows:

We do not use this type of cookies.

 

3) Targeted advertising cookies

We and our advertisers may use cookies to provide you with advertisements that we think are appropriate for you, based on your interests. You can see these ads on other websites that you visit.

These cookies cannot be used without your prior consent and are therefore the subject of the request sent to you during the first visit of our site.

The complete list of cookies can be found in the cookie banner, available on our website.

 

4. Which third-party cookies do we use?

We also use or allow third parties to use cookies that fall into the categories described above. For example, we use third-party analytics cookies to help us evaluate traffic on our website. We can also use third-party cookies to assist us in our market research, site feature enhancements etc. FEBIAC is not responsible for the content of these statements or the content of the cookies from these third parties.

These cookies cannot be used without your prior consent and are therefore the subject of the request sent to you during the first visit of our site.

All of these third parties are included here to allow you to view their statements and manage your consent to each one.

 Purpose  Placed by
 Essentiels
  • CookieConsent

Privacy Policy:
https://www.cookiebot.com/en/privacy-policy/

To withdraw your consent:
https://www.cookiebot.com/en/cookie-declaration/

 Analytics
  • Google Analytics

Privacy Policy:
https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en-GB

To withdraw your consent:
https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=en
Targeted advertising
  • Google Ads

Privacy Policy:
https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads?hl=en

To withdraw your consent:
https://adssettings.google.com/authenticated?hl=en

 

  • Double Click

Privacy Policy:
https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads?hl=en

To withdraw your consent:
https://adssettings.google.com/authenticated?hl=en

 

  • Facebook

Privacy Policy:
https://www.facebook.com/privacy/explanation

To withdraw your consent:
https://www.facebook.com/ads/preferences/
  • Mediahuis 

Privacy Policy : 
http://mediahuis.be/fr/privacy-policy/

To withdraw your consent:
http://mediahuis.be/fr/privacy-policy/

 

 

 

5. How to manage the deposit of cookies

If you wish to allow, refuse or delete cookies on your computer, you must go to the cookie banner of the website to the concerned category.

You can also deactivate the cookies individually via the settings in your web browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox). To do this, follow the instructions provided by your browser (usually located in the "Help", "Tools" and "Edit" tabs). However, refusing a cookie or categories of cookies does not delete cookies from your browser. You will have to do this yourself from your browser. If you choose to disable cookies, be aware that you will not be able to take full advantage of certain features on our website and the FEBIAC user experience.

You can also manage your consent by contacting third parties directly as explained in point 4 of this document.

 

6. What rights do you have and how can you exercise them?

We would like to inform you as clearly as possible about the rights you have with regard to your personal data. We also want to allow you to exercise them in a simple way.

Our Privacy Policy contains a summary of your rights as well as a description of how to exercise them.