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Privacy policy

This English translation of privacy policy is given only as an indication. In case of dispute, the French version of this privacy policy shall prevail.

1) Guarantees of DiDaXo

We treat your data confidentially and in accordance with national and international regulations, including among others the Belgian Law of December 8 1992 on the protection of privacy in respect of personal data processing, and amended by the law of December 11 1998.

2) Purpose of the processing of your personal data

By providing us your personal data, you give us express permission to process this information for the purposes indicated hereafter.

  • proper operation of the http://www.didaxo.be website (and associated sub domains)
  • Service delivery in the context of the online courses you are registered to
  • Maintenance and operation of a quarterly newsletter
  • Your participation in the comments on some of the posts on this site

Your data is included in the DiDaXo database and we treat them for the management of services mentioned above.

In no circumstances will we share your information with any third party, for any reason whatsoever, without your consent (with the exceptions expressly set out in this document).

At any time and without justification, you can object to the processing of your personal data. Just notify us by eMail at ask@didaxo.be

3) Cookies

We occasionally use cookies to provide you a better service. A cookie is a small file stored by a website on your computer: this cookie may be retrieved during a subsequent visit to the same site. The cookie cannot be read or used by a website other than the one that created it.

We use cookies for administrative purposes, for example, to store your preferences for certain types of information or to store your access code, which prevents you to repeat the same keystrokes at each visit to our website. Most cookies are vlid only for a single session or visit. None of them contains information allowing us or others to contact you (including, but not limited to by telephone, email or postal mai).

It is also possible for you to configure your browser to notify you each time a cookie is created or to prevent their creation (some services requiring cookies may therefore become unavailable).

4) Publication and disclosure of your personal data

DiDaXo may need to disclose your personal data on request of a legal authority or in good faith considering that such action is required to comply with any law or regulation. This could be done in the case of a trial involving DiDaXo and / or the website in order to protect or defend the rights or property of DiDaXo, the DiDaXo site, or the users of DiDaxo’s services.

DiDaXo may be required to disclose your personal data to intervene, under extreme circumstances, in order to protect the personal safety of DiDaXo’ users and / or the website or the public.

5) Your rights in relation to your personal data.

Your right to information.

The company responsible for the processing of your personal data is

New DidaXo SPRL (abbreviated DiDaXo)

whose registered office is at

Rue Beussart, 50,
1495, Villers-la-Ville
Belgium

And registered in the Belgian Register of Legal Entities (RPM) under the number.

0640858907

All questions concerning the registration and processing of data can be sent to the above address or by eMail at ask@didaxo.be

For more general information, you can always ask the Belgian Commission for the Protection of Privacy, with the Belgian Ministry of Justice and whose web site is at: https://www.privacycommission.be/

Your right to access, oppose and modify.

By means of a written dated and signed request sent to New DiDaXo SPRL, you can, after justifying your identity (copy of identity card) obtain free written communication of your personal data and, if applicable, the modification or deletion of any incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant data.

A copy of your personal data will be communicated within 45 days after receipt of your request.

6) Damage to your privacy

If at any time you think that our site does not respect your privacy, please inform us by email at the following address: ask@didaxo.be

We will make every effort to identify and correct the problem.