This policy applies to the processing of your details by Skinn, which may or may not be available on our website at https://www.studiohalt.com
For questions or requests you can always email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We (Skinn) are. We are the so-called 'data controller' to use a difficult term. This means that we determine the purpose and means of processing and guarantee the lawful and correct processing of your data.
Legal form: BVBA
Company name: SKINN
Trade name / trade mark: ‘Skinn’
Registered office: Krakeleweg 39 - 8000 Bruges
Company number (BCE): 0882.998.324
Hyperlink website: https://www.skinn.be
4.1. Skinn processes the following data:
4.2. Skinn may receive and process your personal data in the context of the contract with you, when you place an order or have a delivery carried out, when you contact Skinn for information (by telephone, in writing or through the website), or by cookies on our website.
5.1. Skinn processes your personal data for the following purposes:
5.2. The processing of your data, whether or not on or through the website, is not done for the purposes of 'automated individual decision-making' or profiling.
6.1. Your data are also primarily processed by our partners, service providers or suppliers with which we collaborate. Furthermore, our website administrators, IT partners and network operators may also process your data in connection with your visit and use of our website. Companies that provide payment services, marketing services or analytical services to Skinn may also process your data in this context.
6.2. Finally, other companies may also process your data in the context of our activities, such as our bookkeepers, accountants, auditors, insurance brokers, insurance companies, legal advisors or other service providers.
6.3. We are not responsible for the processing of your data by third parties who do not do this on behalf of Skinn, but are themselves responsible for this (e.g. the ordering platforms we work with).
6.4. Skinn may be obliged to provide or process your details on the basis of a legal obligation incumbent upon it and/or in response to a request to this effect from supervisory authorities or government agencies.
7.1. We will not retain your data for longer than is necessary for the purposes described in article 5 above, unless special legal provisions apply to their retention or processing.
7.2. For example, we will retain your data for the purposes of online sales or sales through our collection points for a maximum of 10 years after the (last) order or delivery (this is the limitation period for contractual claims). Other time limits apply for certain other data. For example, we will keep certain social security documents relating to staff for five years and certain accounting and tax documents for seven years. We will retain data of job applicants for up to three years after their application, unless we need the data to defend ourselves against possible claims (e.g. concerning discrimination in the recruitment process) in which case we may keep the data for up to five years.
Certain other data may also be subject to specific legal retention periods. In any case, the principle applies here that we do not keep your data longer than necessary.
8.2. You have the right to ask us for:
8.3. You have the right to object to the processing of your data.
You may at any time and free of charge object to the processing of your data for direct marketing purposes. You can do this simply by letting us know at email@example.com and/or by unsubscribing from our website. This can also be done through the mailings themselves (at the bottom there is always the option to unsubscribe). You will then no longer receive newsletters from us.
8.4. You have the right to portability of your data (to another data controller). This is only possible if the processing by us is based on your consent or if the processing is carried out using automated processes.
8.5. If the processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.
8.6. You also have the right to complain to the Data Protection Authority (rue de la Press 35, 1000 Brussels - T: +32(0)2 274 48 00 - E: firstname.lastname@example.org). In the event of a complaint, you may always contact Skinn directly: email@example.com
8.7. The exercise of your rights as set out above is always subject to the requirements and conditions set out in the applicable law (such as the General Data Protection Regulation (the 'GDPR')).
8.8. To exercise your rights, you can simply send a request to Skinn at firstname.lastname@example.org. In doing so, you must identify yourself sufficiently. If we have reason to doubt your identity, we may ask you for additional information to confirm your identity. We will usually ask for a copy of your identity card to verify who is actually making a request.
Any questions? Feel free to contact us: email@example.com