In light of European data protection legislation, we would like to provide you with the following information about the processing of your personal data.
Your personal data are processed by FEB:
Federation of Enterprises in Belgium (FEB)
Rue Ravenstein 4
Any questions about your data? Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, you can contact Belgium's Data Protection Authority at any time: email@example.com.
What personal data does FEB process and why does it process these data?
- your contact details, e.g. first name and surname, title, language, work email address, work telephone number and position in your organisation.
If you are employed by an FEB member or by an affiliate of a FEB member, we use these data for the services FEB provides to its members.
If FEB and its staff come into contact with you in the performance of our mission and activities (e.g. ministers, chiefs of staff, politicians' private-office staff, professors, other academic personnel, etc.), we use these data to perform FEB's mission to defend the interests of its members and the business community in general.
If you sign up for our newsletters or one of our events:
- we will have your consent to save your data; OR
- if we have received your data from a third party, we will use them to perform FEB's mission to defend companies' interests.
You can unsubscribe easily at any time.
If you are employed by an organisation or a company that has entered into a contract with FEB (e.g. a supplier, a tenant or a customer), we use these data to fulfil the respective contractual obligations.
If you contact FEB to request information for example, we use these data to process your request.
If you are visiting FEB's offices, we use these data for the purpose of ensuring the security of the building.
If you are visiting our website, we may save certain information derived from the cookies on the site. For more information about this, please see our cookie notice at www.feb.be/disclaimer/.
- Information regarding your professional areas of interest, e.g. employment law, company law, taxation, economics and business, energy, etc. We use these data once you have given your consent to receive invitations to FEB events.
- FEB events you have registered for: We may also save any responses or remarks you share with us regarding these events in satisfaction surveys or any complaints you have sent to us.
FEB may receive information about you from third parties. We may use this to contact you for marketing purposes. We may also use information from outside partners to correct, supplement or update your personal data or to create a marketing profile.
What does FEB do with these data?
- If you are employed by an FEB member or by an affiliate of a FEB member:
Your data are processed because you are an FEB contact person. Your data are processed for the purposes of organising the services provided by FEB to its members (e.g. communications, meetings, working groups and committees in connection with your organisation or company's FEB membership).
Your data are also used to inform you of FEB activities, political, economic and legal developments that are relevant to companies, and events organised by FEB.
- If FEB and its staff come into contact with you in the performance of our mission and activities:
Your data are processed to perform FEB's mission to defend companies' interests.
- If you sign up for our newsletters:
Your data are processed to follow up on your registration and any remarks or complaints in this regard.
- If you sign up for one of our events:
The data you communicate to us when signing up for one of our events are processed for the purposes of:
- following up on your registration and any remarks or complaints in this regard;
- ensuring general customer and supplier relationship management, including accounting, management of disputes and legal proceedings, debt recovery or transfer, and protection of our rights in general.
- For some events, participants receive a simplified list of participants, giving their first names and surnames and the names of their organisations.
- Your data are also used to inform you of FEB's other activities, political, economic and legal developments that are relevant to companies, and events organised by FEB.
- If you are employed by an organisation or a company that has entered into a contract with FEB:
Your data are processed for the purposes of:
- following up on the order and any remarks or complaints in this regard;
- ensuring general customer relationship management, including accounting, management of disputes and legal proceedings, debt recovery or transfer, and protection of our rights in general.
- If you visit our website:
Your data are used to improve your browsing experience and compile anonymous statistics regarding the quality of the website.
- In specific cases, we are legally required to process your personal data and/or communicate them to the competent authorities or the bodies established by law.
Transmission of your personal data to third parties
As a rule, your data are not passed on to third parties without your consent.
However, exceptions may be made to this rule in certain special circumstances. Specifically, your personal data may be passed on to:
- subcontractors for activities related to FEB activities;
- the competent authorities or bodies established by law if this is necessary to fulfil legal and regulatory requirements.
For how long will FEB keep your data?
FEB will keep your personal data until the end of your relations with us (e.g. until you are no longer employed by an FEB member, are no longer working in a politician's private office or are no longer a contractual partner of FEB or if you unsubscribe from our newsletters), barring the statutory retention period (e.g. the statutory limitation period).
FEB never uses automated decision-making as the sole basis for the processing of personal data.
We protect your personal data
We make every effort to keep your personal data as secure as possible and to protect your privacy as much as possible. We undertake all the technical and organisational measures required for this purpose.
What rights do you have?
You can exercise your rights by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be asked to prove your identity.
Once you have done so, you can consult your data at any time.
If they are incorrect, you can ask FEB to correct, supplement and/or update them.
Your data can be transferred if they are processed with your consent and/or by automated means.
In specific cases (as set out in Articles 17, 18 and 21 of the EU General Data Protection Regulation), you may object to the processing of your data by FEB and/or request that we erase your data.
If you have consented to the processing of your data, you may withdraw your consent at any time. However, please note that this will only apply from that time onwards.
Alternatively, you can contact the Data Protection Authority at any time with any questions or complaints: email@example.com.