The aim of the GDPR is the harmonisation within the European Union of the rules intended to protect the European citizens’ personal data. This regulation covers the protection of the individual personal data in the broadest sense of the word, regardless of their form or nature: private, professional, public.
The GDPR was approved in April 2016 and this regulation has been fully applicable since the 25th of May 2018 at midnight in all the countries of the Union.
It applies to all the private or public undertakings of the 28 Member States, but also to the companies which are not established in the European Union as soon as they collect and process personal data about EU residents.
It is the continuity of the obligations to which the judicial officers are already subject and in particular the law of 08 December 1992 on protection of privacy, the provisions of the Criminal Code and the provisions relating to professional secrecy.
We are aware of it that you trust us and therefore, we consider it is our responsibility to protect your privacy.
Therefore, more than ever before, the protection of your data is one of our priorities. All of the information collected by our office is processed in strict compliance with the GDPR.
For any request concerning the GDPR, please contact us exclusively via RGPD@etudebordet.com
4. PROCESSED PERSONAL DATA
In the case of a purely non-interactive visit to this website, no personal data are processed in the sense of the law on protection of privacy and of the GDPR.
In the case of an interactive visit to this website, the personal data entered by the data subjects are processed. In case of such use, the data subject unequivocally gives his/her consent for the processing of the personal data he/she has entered.
The controller processes the personal data entered and received via this website for the following reasons:
In the framework of an interactive as well as non-interactive use of the website, we make use of ‘cookies’. Speaking generally, these record the data concerning the surfing behaviour of the data subject on this website (consulted pages, consultation date and hour, search criteria used, …).
These data allow the website to recognise the user on a next visit. You can refuse the use of the cookies via the configuration menu of your internet browser by modifying therein the parameters relating to the cookies.
The data subject is entitled to obtain information about:
At the request of the data subjects, the personal data that concern them will be communicated to them in an understandable and transparent language, as well as the information available about the source of the information.
Besides, the data subject is entitled to correct, free of charge, the personal data concerning him/her.
For the purpose of exercising one or more of his/her rights referred to in the law on protection of privacy and/or in the GDPR, the data subject shall make a written request and supply a copy of his/her identity card (front and rear side) to the controller. The following options are available to the data subject to submit his request:
Finally, if there are doubts about the applicant’s identity, the office can request the data subject to appear in person at the office for sake of verification.
7. PROTECTION OF THE PERSONAL DATA
Owing to technical and organisational safety measures, we are able to guarantee the security and protection of your personal data. Solely the personnel members who have a link with the processing of such data have exclusive access to the personal data.
All the servers used for the processing of the personal data are located in secure data centres in Belgium, managed in a professional way. The personal data that we process never leave the territory of the Union.
The processed personal data are saved in a secure environment. The employees involved in the processing of the personal data are contractually bound by very strict confidentiality rules. In order to guarantee the safety and protection of the processed personal data, the following safety measures have been taken: