personal information that you submit through https://www.xwork.cool:
Party responsible for processing personal data
Your personal data is processed by the company Xwork NV whose headoffice is
Address: Avenue Louise 523 - 1050 Brussels (Belgium)
CBE: 0771.830.384 - VAT: BE0771.830.384
Purposes of the collection of personal data
Xwork can process your personal data for the following purposes:
• Xwork records the data of its customers and suppliers, in particular when requesting an offer, ordering or purchasing. This is generally the name of the person, his address, the company or organization to which he belongs, his telephone number and/or his e-mail address, his preferred language and his function. The collection of this personal data is necessary for the execution of contracts with customers and suppliers and for the justified interests of Xwork. It is essential for Xwork to know a minimum about the people it works with and comes into contact with, even if it is only to respond to their requests, keep them informed about Xwork's activities, products and services, correspond with them, verify their authorized access during subsequent visits to the Xwork platform, compile statistics and conduct targeted communications to improve customer service.
The recipients of your personal data
Your personal data will be kept by Xwork. However, they are also likely to be disclosed to employees of our company or to service providers only at our request, according to our instructions and excluding any other use.
Xwork does not sell its databases to third parties for personal use.
The hosting of your personal data
Your personal data will be kept by Xwork. However, they are also likely to be disclosed to employees of our company or to service providers only at our request, according to our instructions and excluding any other use. Xwork does not sell its databases to third parties for personal use.
The retention period and the deletion of your personal data
The personal data collected are kept for the time necessary to achieve the objectives. Once the objectives have been achieved, they are deleted or anonymised.
The protection of your personal data
Xwork is committed to protect your personal data against unauthorized access and manipulation, through organizational and technical measures. Your personal data will be treated confidentially by the authorized persons and only for the purpose of achieving the required goal.
However, keep in mind that the risks of personal data leaks and breaches are real these days.
In the event of an accidental or malicious leak, and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (AVG), Xwork will immediately report the problem directly to the Data Protection Authority.
Your rights with regard to your personal data
Your consent is systematically obtained through your compliance with Xwork's general terms and conditions, and more specifically with this "data protection" policy. Notwithstanding this consent, you have certain rights at all times:
• Right to erase your data
• Right to transfer your data
• Right to access your data
• Right to rectification of your data
• Right to limit the processing of your data
• Right of objection
In accordance with Article 12 of the AVG, to exercise your rights you must contact the entity responsible for processing your personal data in writing, electronically or orally.
A copy of your identity card is also necessary but will not be valid orally. From the date of receipt of your request, the data controller must notify you of the action taken on your case within a maximum of one month. Please note that in some cases where the request is more complex, the response time may be up to three months. If the latter situation occurs, you should be informed and the data controller should also provide you with the reasons for this extension.
In the event that the entity responsible for processing your personal data does not respond to your request, it must inform you within a period of one month from receipt of your request and provide you with the reasons for the refusal.
You then have the option of taking legal action by filing a complaint with the Data Protection Authority (AP) in Belgium.
Data Protection Authority
Address: Drukpersstraat 35 - 1000 Brussels (Belgium)
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