Protection of Privacy

Your personal data

The personal data that are provided when subscribing to our newsletter or to an RSS feed or when requesting information are solely used for dealing with this request and providing the best possible service. They are not used for recognising you when you visit our website. Moreover, these data are solely used by this website and are neither forwarded nor sold to third parties.


Our site uses cookies. Cookies are small text files with a limited life span, which are recorded by the web browser onto your disk when you visit a website; they are notably used to register information on visitors or their browsing paths through the website. Our cookie contains no information for personal identification. It merely records the language of your choice, so that you do not have to make that choice whenever you visit the website. No data are recorded regarding your browsing habits on our website.

Protection of customer data

We have taken the necessary precautions to prevent the loss, abuse or alteration of personal data.

Changing your personal data

Upon request, we grant our visitors access to the information that we hold on them. You can change these data at any time. If you wish to consult your personal data, do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

These are our contact details for any comments or questions regarding the information provided above:
– by email :

A new act was passed on 28 June 2012 on electronic communications that implements the requirements of the Directive.

The wording of the Directive was replicated – which indicates a preference for consent to be obtained prior to the setting of cookies. However implied consent is considered allowable.

Browser controls are not acceptable for indicating consent.

The Belgian Data Protection Commission has recommended that crucial elements of the requirements need further clarification.

(a) what tracking technologies require consent, and what may be exempted
(b) what type of information should be provided to users so that their consent can be valid
(c) how should third party tracking be blocked/prevented.

These are expected to be clarified by Royal decree or by the Belgian Telecom Regulator (IBPT).