Coca-Cola Enterprises Belgium bvba, Steenweg op Bergen 1424, 1070 Brussels, and any of its associated enterprises (hereinafter: the 'Company'), shall treat the data of the participants in accordance with the Act of 8 December 1992 on the Protection of Privacy. The above organisations are permitted to use this data for the promotion of their products and services, and additionally the products and services offered by their branches. Participants are entitled to consult data that concerns them directly and, where appropriate, can request the correction or deletion of such data by the Consumer Relations department at the above address or by email to email@example.com.
The Company may retain some of your personal data (e.g. your surname, first name, mother tongue, postal address, landline and/or mobile telephone numbers, e-mail address, press affiliation, specialisation and or profession, your acceptance of the provisions of this privacy statement). Some websites may be accessible without prior registration or the provision of personal data, while other websites may be blocked, in part or their entirety, without prior registration. We also retain the personal data of parties who have contacted us with an inquiry in order to respond to their inquiries.
The Company encourages visitors to its websites to ask questions and submit comments. The email addresses and several other data of people making use of these sections are collected to enable us to respond their questions and comments.
The Company provides for the possibility of sending info flashes and announcements about its activities and products by e-mail. Data provided by website visitors may be used to facilitate this communication.
The Company requires persons and organisations to which it has disclosed personal data thus obtained to restrict their use of these data to the purpose for which they were made available by the Company, that they adequately protect these data and that they refrain from disclosing this to third parties. Neither shall the Company be held liable for any loss or damage arising from the failure of non-affiliated third parties to comply with the applicable privacy obligations. Nor can the Company be held responsible for the privacy policies and practices of other websites linked to its websites. Personal details of website visitors may be subject to global exchange for the above purposes through the Company’s international branches, including other affiliated entities. More specifically, we are permitted to transfer information for this purpose to all other countries of the world (including the USA and countries that may not guarantee the same level of data protection as Belgium). In addition to this limited dissemination of personal data, the Company may also provide its subsidiaries or non-affiliated third parties with general information about the visitors to its websites. They may publish only information such as the average age of the website visitors, or demographic information with regard to visitor numbers. Such general information may not contain any data that can be linked to individual website visitors.
The Company is permitted to disclose personal or other data to buyers or successors in the event of a sale of the Company, a subsidiary or an ancillary activity of the Company, or of almost all assets of the Company or one of its subsidiaries, associated enterprises or ancillary activities.
The Company takes its obligations under the applicable legislature concerning the collection of personal data from individuals under the age of twelve very seriously. Where applicable, the Company will provide specific guidelines to prevent children from submitting personal data through its websites and/or take reasonable steps to obtain the prior approval of parents with regard to its request for the provision of such data.
Parents must understand that information submitted voluntarily by children or other people through chat sessions, emails, bulletin boards and such can be used by third parties to generate unwanted email or other contacts. The Company encourages all parents to instruct their children in the safe and responsible use of the Internet.
The Company takes measures to prevent unauthorised access to its websites and the alteration, acquisition of misuse of personal data by unauthorised parties. The Company, however, wishes to remind visitors of its websites that no single network, not even the Internet, is entirely safe. As such, the Company cannot be held responsible for the loss, damage or unauthorised acquisition of personal data disclosed on our websites, or any other loss or damage arising from the above loss, damage or unauthorised acquisition.
The Company has established procedures to keep your personal data complete and up to date for the purpose for which they were collected and are used. You are entitled to consult the data you have submitted and request that these are corrected if necessary. If you wish to retrieve your personal data, or request their correction or deletion, please contact us at the above address.
Data is in some cases also collected from visitors visiting or interactively using our websites that we refer to as clickstream data. Clickstream data can include data related to your Internet browser and operating system, the pages and information requested on our website, the total duration of your visit to our website and the domain name of the website that linked you to our website. If you have previously, during the registration process, identified yourself as a member of a company or organization, we may also record the fact that a representative of your company or organization has visited the site, together with other clickstream data about that visit. We combine the clickstream data with your personal identification data while you are active on our sites to better tailor our website to your interests and preferences. We do not collect clickstream data when you are not visiting our websites, with the exception of the domain name of the website that linked you to our website.
If specific programs on our websites can only be accessed through a user name or password, we can offer to save these data so that you will not have to provide this data the next time you visit our website. This function is subject to the placement of a cookie.
Most Internet browsers enable cookies to be deleted from your computer’s hard drive, can ensure that all cookies are blocked or generate a warning prior to the installation of a cookie. Please refer to your browser instructions or help screen to learn more about these features. Note, however, that some of the functions and programs of our websites may be unavailable to you if the relevant cookies are deleted or blocked.
Your personal data were submitted voluntarily and you are entitled to refrain from doing so at any time.
Coca-Cola Enterprises Belgium bvba, Steenweg op Bergen 1424, 1070 Brussels, or any of its associated enterprises, shall treat the data of the participants in accordance with the Act of 8 December 1992 on the Protection of Privacy. The above organisations are permitted to use this data for the promotion of their products and services, and additionally the products and services offered by their branches. Participants are entitled to consult data that concerns them directly and, where appropriate, can request the correction or deletion of such data by the Consumer Relations department at the above address or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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