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Privacy and Cookies Policy

This Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy (the “Policy”) applies to the website available at www.dna-law.be  (the “Website”), owned and operated by SRL DNA LAW BV, registered with the Crossroads bank for enterprises and the VAT administration under number 0736.756.273, and having its registered office at 1780 Wemmel (Belgium), Koningin Astridlaan 49 (“DNA LAW”). This Policy explains how DNA LAW collects and processes information from users of the Website (“you”, “your”), as well as the purpose of such collection and processing. DNA LAW is committed to ensure your privacy, will safeguard the information you provide and use it only in accordance with the following provisions, and in compliance with applicable privacy and personal data protection legislation.

This Policy may be amended from time to time and you are therefore invited to review it periodically.

Categories of personal data processed and purpose of processing 

DNA LAW may process certain personal data relating to you, such as your first and family names, email address and the company to which you belong when you contact DNA LAW via its contact forms to request specific documents. During the request process, you acknowledge and agree that these personal data may be collected and processed for the purposes of answering your request. DNA LAW will not retain such personal data for a longer period of time than necessary or process it for marketing communication.

In addition, DNA LAW uses cookies for technical, functional and analytical purposes, as described in the “Cookies” section below.

Transfers of personal data

DNA LAW may transfer your personal data to suppliers within countries or territories ensuring an adequate level of protection, including for the hosting of the Website. Appropriate contractual measures are put in place to ensure the security of your personal data in compliance with this Policy and applicable privacy and personal data protection legislation.

Cookies

DNA LAW may use functional cookies may on some areas of the Website for the purpose of preventing fraud and improving the security of the Website. A cookie is a small electronic text file that is sent on your computer or other device/terminal equipment that contains data about you or your device and is stored on your hard drive or device memory. Cookies allow the storage of information for a determinate period of time and the identification of the user’s electronic device. By using the Website, cookies may be placed on your computer, mobile phone or other electronic device to collect both anonymous data and personal data about you as specified in this Policy.

Certain technically required cookies – which therefore do not require your prior consent – may be installed and used. DNA LAW may also uses session cookies which are automatically deleted at the end of your session and which also do not require your prior consent. You may, at any time, delete or block cookies in your browser parameters or through Ads Settings and Ads Settings for mobile apps. However, in such case some functionalities of the Website requiring the use of cookies for technical purposes may be reduced or may no longer be available to you.

The table below lists the first-party and third-party cookies used by DNA LAW on the Website:

Storage meanNameProviderType (functional, etc.)PurposeValidity
Cookiecookie-consentDNA-Law.befunctionalStores the user’s cookie state for the current domain.1 year

Share on social media networks 

DNA LAW uses a social plug-in to enable you to share Website’s information on LinkedIn through “Share on LinkedIn” buttons. For visitors located outside of the U.S., the linkedin.com website is operated by LinkedIn Ireland U.C, 77 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin, 2 Ireland. If you reside in the U.S., the responsible legal entity will be the LinkedIn Corporation, 2029 Stierlin Court, Mountain View, CA 94043, United States.

For privacy and personal data protection motives, DNA LAW deliberately opted against using direct social network plug-ins on the Website. DNA LAW chooses an alternative technical solution that enables you to decide whether to transmit data to the social network operators and when. Thus when you visit the Website, data are never automatically transmitted to LinkedIn. Only when you actively click on the respective button yourself will your web browser connect to the servers of LinkedIn, i.e. clicking on elements then clicking on the social network’s icon indicates your consent to your browser connecting to the servers of LinkedIn and sending usage data to that social network operator, whether or not you are a subscriber of such social network.

Please note that DNA LAW has no influence over the nature or scope of data that social networks may then gather. For information regarding the purpose and scope of data collection, further processing and use of data by social networks and regarding your data privacy rights and relevant configuration settings, please consult the social networks’ respective data privacy advisories.

The Website may create links to other websites, which are not subject to this Policy. DNA LAW highly recommends that you examine the privacy policy applicable to these other websites. DNA LAW assumes no responsibility whatsoever for the personal data and privacy practices of such websites and encourages you to review each website’s privacy policy before disclosing any personal data.

Your rights

You have the right to access to your personal data, as collected and processed by DNA LAW, and request the modification or suppression of personal data relating to you if it is incorrect or unnecessary. To exercise these rights, please send an email to DNA LAW at info@dna-law.be  or a  brief at 1780 Wemmel (Belgium), Koningin Astridlaan 49, together with a copy of the front side of your identity card or other identification document. In addition, you may object to the processing of your personal data for direct marketing purposes, as the case may be, at any time, free of charge and without having to provide a justification by following the abovementioned procedure.

More generally, you also have the right to withdraw your consent to any processing based on your consent (if any) at any time. This withdrawal of consent does not compromise the legality of the processing based on consent made prior to such withdrawal. If you consider that the processing of your personal data constitutes a violation of the applicable data protection legislation, you have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State of the European Union of your usual place of residence, your place of work or the place where the violation occurred. The Belgian supervisory authority is the Data Protection Authority https://www.dataprotectionauthority.be/.

Contact DNA LAW

Should you have any questions or concerns about this Policy and its implementation on the Website, feel free to contact DNA LAW by e-mail at info@dna-law.be or by postal mail at 1780 Wemmel (Belgium), Koningin Astridlaan 49.