Daoust understands your need for online privacy and knows that privacy is also an important issue for you. That is why we do our best to respect your privacy when you use this website (www.daoust.be).
Collection and use of personal data
Personal data is compiled at several locations on the Daoust website. The personal data may be collected via electronic forms which you must fill in when you order a product or service, subscribe to a newsletter, request information or take part in a survey or competition. Data may also be compiled when you use a service that is offered on the website.
The personal data you fill in via these channels is stored in files held by Daoust under public law (protection of personal data, 8 december 1992). This data is used to provide you with the service or information that you requested, to improve service quality and to inform you about Daoust products, services and special offers. The compiled data can be combined with data about your use of other Daoust services which will allow us to tailor our offers more closely to your needs.
This data and your identification details can also be shared with Daoust Group subsidiaries in order to keep you informed of products and services offered by the entire Daoust Group.
If you do not wish to receive information about Daoust products and services or if you object to your data being shared with Daoust Group subsidiaries, please read the instructions at the end of this text on how to inform us of your wish for privacy. You have the right to consult and, if necessary, rectify your personal data. To do so, please send a dated and signed request, together with a copy of your ID card, to Daoust Group Legal Services (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The personal data which you transfer to Daoust are collected and managed at the Daoust Head Office, Louizapoortgalerij 203, 1050 Brussel - email@example.com – and its agencies.
The databases in which your data is stored are protected against unauthorized access.
Third parties acting on Daoust’s behalf may be given access to Daoust's files. Such third parties only have access to this data on a need-to-know basis to enable them to complete their assignments for Daoust. Otherwise the collected data is not disclosed to third parties unless explicitly specified or the communication of your data is required by law.
Cookies are used on this website. A cookie is a file that is sent from the website server to your computer’s hard drive when you consult the website. The code contained in the cookie makes it possible to identify your PC the next time you visit the site. Cookies are used to store information which can make it easier for you to use this website: for example, they enable your language choice to be registered, so that you are automatically routed to that language the next time you visit the site.
If you do not want to accept any cookies, you can reject them via your browser settings. Cookies are also used in the eTools-section of this website to personalize use of the services and to check your identity carefully when you ask for access to personal information. These cookies are necessary to ensure that the eTools function properly. If you refuse these cookies, certain parts of our website may no longer be accessible to you.
We register information about the connection you make to our website and about the software you use to accomplish this. This information includes your IP address, the time of your visit to the website, the type of browser you use and the pages you visit. This data is used to create anonymous statistics and improve the quality of our website and service through analyses of your surfing behavior on our website.
Applicable law and Competent Court Of Law
This site is managed by Daoust, Louizapoortgalerij 203, 1050 Brussel and is subject to Belgian law. Only Brussel-based courts of law will be competent in case of appeal.