Governing data collected on visitors of our public website (www.darts-ip.com)
Darts-IP SPRL, a company incorporated in Belgium and whose registered office is situated at Clos Lucien Outers 11 – 21, 1160 Brussels, Belgium, with company number 0885.540.417 (“Darts-IP”) stores and uses (“process”) your personal data within the context of your visit to the Darts-IP website. Darts-IP acts in this respect as a data controller within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation. This privacy notice explains how Darts-IP processes your personal data.
I. PERSONAL DATA
In view of responding to your request for quote, request for a copy of our report, request for free trial, request to contact you and/or your subscription to our newsletter, and define whether you or your company is already a customer, Darts-IP will process your personal data, namely your first name, last name, company and e-mail address.
By sending us such request or subscribing to our newsletter, you consent to such processing in accordance with the terms and conditions of this privacy notice.
Darts-IP will process your personal data as long as your consent has not been withdrawn or for a period of up to 18 months after the latest active contact with Darts-IP. Your personal data may be stored by Darts-IP for a longer period of time if such data is necessary in a different context (for instance, because you subscribed to the Darts-IP database). In the latter case, you have been correctly informed within such context.
II. RECIPIENTS and transfer
In the context of the above mentioned processing activities, Darts-IP may provide (documents containing) your personal data to its suppliers, auditors and legal counsel, public authorities, judicial and police authorities, financial institutions and insurance companies.
Darts-IP may also transfer your personal data to other companies affiliated with Darts-IP, including Darts-IP Case Law SPRL. Darts-IP may also transfer your personal data to other companies affiliated with Darts-IP, including Darts-IP Case Law SPRL, namely Longbow Legal Services Inc., Longbow Legal Ltd., Longbow Legal Services Pvt. Ltd, with whom Darts-ip has binding contract clauses in accordance to the GDPR.
III. Rights and obligations
You have a right to withdraw your consent at any time and to object to receive our newsletter by contacting Darts-IP (see below) or by using the ‘opt-out’ option at the bottom of the e-mail correspondence of Darts-IP. If Darts-IP no longer processes your personal data for other purposes, Darts-IP will not only stop sending its newsletter, but will also erase all your personal data from its files.
You have a right to access and correct your personal data that are processed by Darts-IP. In case you exercise your right to rectification, you may also request Darts-IP to no longer use your personal data for the period which is required to verify the accuracy of your personal data. You shall be responsible and liable for notifying Darts-IP in case of any changes to your personal data that are processed by Darts-IP by contacting Darts-IP (see below).
Upon your explicit request, Darts-IP shall erase your personal data provided that it does no longer require such personal data (for instance, for compliance with a legal obligation or the defense of legal claims). In case you do not wish for Darts-IP to erase your personal data entirely after the retention periods above have elapsed, you have the right to request Darts-IP to store your personal data without making further use thereof.
The aforementioned rights can be exercised free of charge by means of a dated and signed letter to [Darts-IP, Clos Lucien Outers 11 – 21, 1160 Brussels] or an e-mail to [email@example.com], including a copy of your identification card.
Darts-IP will take all reasonable measures to guarantee the confidentiality of your personal data. However, you acknowledge that submitting personal data via the internet is never without risk. You therefore acknowledge and accept that any damage that you might incur as a result of the unauthorized use of your personal data by third parties who have not obtained any permission, can never be recovered from Darts-IP, except in case of intent or gross negligence of Darts-IP.
In case you have any complaints, you have the right to submit a complaint with the Data Protection Authority.
If you have any questions, you may contact Darts-IP by means of a dated and signed letter to [Darts-IP, Clos Lucien Outers 11 – 21, 1160 Brussels] or an e-mail to [firstname.lastname@example.org].