“DVC”, hereinafter “the owner”, is likely to gather your personal details.
These details will be processed in accordance with applicable legislation. In particular: the information gathered by the person responsible for processing your details, including the names, first names, addresses, telephone numbers, emails and URL of the Website you send us, can be encoded in the automated data files. This data can be used and processed by the owner for the purposes of managing its relations with its web users and contacts, in order to control the regularity of the owner’s trade’s different holding operations and to combat fraud and irregularities.
This data can also be used for marketing, public relations and prospecting purposes within the framework of the owner’s business activities by the owner and its partners, unless you oppose this. People are entitled to consult their own personal details free of charge and have them modified free of charge should they prove incorrect, incomplete or non-pertinent. Those who wish to exercise this right can do this by addressing a letter to the owner (all the details figure on the Contact page) accompanied by a written request, signed and dated, with a copy of the proof of identity. Those who wish can also get additional information on the laws applying to the protection of personal details, from Commission pour la protection de la vie privée, Avenue de la Porte de Hal, 5-8, 1060 Bruxelles 3.
We will only use the personal details to:
If you supply us with your credit card information, we use this information to obtain payment of your orders. When you purchase products from our firm on the Website, your credit card details are protected by the encrypting technologies of specialised companies with whom we are working under contract.
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