Den Hoorn N.V. values your privacy.
If the user of the website is asked for personal information:
The data controller, Den Hoorn N.V., located at Sluisstraat 79, 3000 Leuven - Belgium, respects the Belgian law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy when processing personal data.
The personal data you provide will be used for the following purposes: customer management, order processing, sending newsletters, to inform you of our activities, advertising or marketing purposes.
You have a legal right to consult and correct your personal data where necessary. Subject to proof of identity (a copy of your identity card), you can send a written, dated and signed request to Sam Custers, Den Hoorn N.V. Sluisstraat 79, 3000 Leuven - Belgium, or an e-mail to email@example.com, to obtain a written notification of your personal data free of charge. If necessary, you can also ask us to correct any data which is incorrect, incomplete, or irrelevant.
If the data is used for direct marketing: You may oppose, free of charge, the use of your data for direct marketing. You can always contact Den Hoorn N.V. for this purpose. Sluisstraat 79, 3000 Leuven - Belgium.
If the data is transferred to third parties: It is possible that the personal data obtained by us is passed on to companies affiliated with Den Hoorn N.V.: De Hoorn Events N.V. and De Hoorn Grand Café cvba. In all other cases: Your personal data shall not be given to third parties.
Den Hoorn N.V. may collect anonymous or aggregated data of a non-personal nature, such as browser type or IP address, the operating system you use or the domain name of the website through which you found the Hoorn website or through which you leave. This allows us to continuously improve the experience on the Hoorn website for our users.
'Cookies' may be placed on your computer's hard drive during your visit to our website. A cookie is a text file that is placed in your computer's browser or on your mobile device by a website's server when you visit a website. Cookies cannot be used to identify individual persons; a cookie can only identify a machine.
'First-party cookies' are technical cookies that are used by the visited website itself in order to make the website function optimally. Example: settings that the user has made during previous visits to the website, or a pre-filled form with data that the user has entered during previous visits.
'Third-party cookies' are cookies that are not set by the website you are visiting but by third parties, such as an installed marketing or advertising plug-in. For example, cookies set by Facebook or Google Analytics. Such cookies require the prior consent of the website visitor. This can be done via a bar at the bottom or at the top of the website, referring to the present policy, which however does not prevent further browsing on the website.
You can configure your internet browser to not accept cookies, to warn you when a cookie is installed or to remove cookies from your hard drive afterwards. You can do this via your browser settings (via the help function). Keep in mind that certain graphic elements may not appear correctly or that you may not be able to use certain applications.