Juist is Juist is an initiative of Overleg Kunstenorganisaties (oKo). OKo respects the legislation on privacy.
How does oKo collect personal data via www.juistisjuist.be?
OKo only collects personal data that you provide us, or that third parties communicate to us if this is necessary for a particular service. For example, the contact details of the relevant (substitute) managers in the case of a membership application.
Which personal data does oKo process via www.juistisjuist.be?
OKo only collects personal data that is necessary to make the community around Juist is Juist visible via www.juistisjuist.be. This concerns only data that has been transferred to us with consent.
When visiting www.juistisjuist.be we do not collect personal data, only cookies. The following data are mandatory for the following actions:
- Subscribing to Juist is Juist via the ‘Join’ page:
- For organisations: Name, website, full name and e-mail address of the contact person.
- For private persons: Full name, e-mail address.
When and why does oKo process personal data via www.juistisjuist.be?
OKo collects and processes your data to make the community around Juist is Juist visible via www.juistisjuist.be and to communicate about it.
OKo only processes this data if you explicitly gave it permission and for specific purposes, for example because you filled in the form on the ‘Join’ page or because you provided us with information and gave consent to use it as a testimonial or for a banner.
How does oKo process personal data on www.juistisjuist.be?
We only use your data for the service offered.
Disclosure to third parties
We only share your personal data with service providers of oKo if this is necessary for proper service, for example for managing our website and its hosting. We only work with service providers who respect the laws on privacy. We conclude a processor agreement with each of these external parties, in which sufficient (technical) measures must always be included so that the security of your data is guaranteed as much as possible.
We never pass on your contact details to third parties for commercial purposes. We never sell personal data to third parties and never pass such on to third parties without your permission.
How long does oKo store personal data?
OKo undertakes not to keep your data longer than necessary for the performance of our tasks and the purpose for which we collected them.
Does oKo securely store my personal data?
Your data is processed securely. We use a variety of security technologies and measures to appropriately protect your data from unauthorised access, use, loss or disclosure.
If an incident does occur involving your data, you will be notified personally as specified by law.
The number of employees who have access to your data is limited. They are granted access to your personal information to the extent they need it to properly perform their duties.
I want to change the way in which oKo processes my data. What can I do?
If you want to change anything regarding your contact or organisation details, please contact email@example.com.
You have the right to be ‘forgotten’. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for this.
You can view the personal data that oKo processes about you at any time and have any inaccurate or incomplete data rectified or erased.
If you believe that your data is being processed incorrectly, you can file a complaint with the Privacy Commission.
Change of privacy statement
OKo can change its privacy statement. In this case, this will be clearly announced on our website.
Which cookies do we use?
The cookies on our site can be divided into three categories:
Some cookies are essential for the operation of our site. They allow us, for example, to secure the form to prevent spam when submitting.
We use functional cookies to remember your preferences, for example when you change your region settings. Functional cookies also allow us to provide you with other services, for example the possibility to view video clips on our site.
Changing browser settings
If you do not want to allow all cookies, you can change your browser’s settings. These settings are usually found in your browser’s “Options” or “Preferences” menu. For more information, see below or the browser’s “Help” menu.
If you change your settings and block cookies, certain functionalities on our site will no longer be offered and you may not be able to make optimum use of our site.