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Brasero will use the personal data collected or received in a manner that complies with the Belgian law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy, as amended from time to time. The data collected or received via the Site may be used for the following purposes: sending a newsletter, direct marketing and making contact. The user may at any timè have access to his/her personal data recorded, and request that they be rectified, by simple request sent to Brasero via the address firstname.lastname@example.org. Personal data is never transmitted to any third party whatsoever (with the exception of the Site manager). However, Brasero is not responsible for any fraudulent use that may be made by a third party of said data, following̀ an illegal subtraction thereof, despite the precautions taken by Brasero to ensure their protection. In this respect, only an obligation of means is undertaken by Brazero . In the event of misuse or illegal use of data, Brasero may not be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage suffered by the user of the Site. In the event of a request from a judicial, governmental or law enforcement authority, Brasero may transmit personal information collected on the Site.
The owner and manager of the Site, Brasero, is the owner of all the texts, photos, drawings, graphics, images and data on the Site which are protected by copyright, so that its content and design may not be copied or reproduced without the prior written authorisation of the Site owner. Brasero is the owner of the trademarks, trade names, logos and domain names of the Site, so that these elements are protected by law and may only be used with the prior authorisation of Brasero.
Registration for the newsletter via the Site implies acceptance of the collection of the user’s email address, and its subsequent use as described in these general conditions of use. Any user may at̀ any time request to unsubscribe from the newsletter, either by using the link at the bottom of the newsletter, or by sending a request to this effect to Brasero at email@example.com.
Cookies are strings of information stored on the hard disk of the Site user’s computer.
Cookies used :
– __utma, _ga, _gid: Google Analytics link
– Cookies-bar: Retains the closing of the cookies bar
– Pll_language: Retains language preference
Users have the option of configuring their browser to block cookies, although this will have a negative impact on the proper operation of the Site. Refusal of cookies by the user or their browser may result in inaccessibility to all or part of the Site.
Cookies enable Brasero to analyse how the Site is used, without making it possible to target a particular user. Cookies thus make it possible to gather data for statistical purposes in order to improve the Site.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Whilst every care is taken to ensure that all information contained on the Site is accurate and up to date, Brasero cannot be held responsible for any errors, omissions or inaccuracies in the information contained on the Site. All announcements and statements made on this Site are statements of intent only and do not imply any obligation or liability on the part of Brasero. Brasero may change the content of its Site, including these terms and conditions, at any time without notice.
Brasero is entitled to modify, without prior notice, the content of the Site, including these general conditions of use and its legal notices. The invalidity, illegality or inapplicability of any provision of these general terms and conditions of use, whether or not as a result of a change in legislation, shall not render the other provisions of these general terms and conditions of use invalid or inapplicable.
These general terms and conditions of use and legal notice are governed by Belgian law. Any dispute relating to the existence, validity, applicability or interpretation of these general terms and conditions of use and legal notices shall be settled by the Belgian courts of the judicial district of Liège (Liège Division).