Sweepatic collects the data described in section 2 in accordance with the applicable Belgian and European regulation; i.e. currently the Law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy regarding the processing of personal data (Privacy Act) and as from the 25th of May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replacing the Privacy Act.
You can always contact Sweepatic, in her role as the controller of your personal data, via the following contact details:
3001 HEVERLEE (Leuven), Belgium
Company registration number BE 0666.404.747
In accordance with article 6 b of the General data protection regulation Sweepatic is authorised to collect and process data, necessary to the availability of Sweepatic websites. This pertains to technical information about your device such as:
Your permission will also not be required for any statutory processing of personal data (see article 6 (c) of the same regulation).
To create a personalized user account and/or offer personal services, you may be asked to provide additional personal data.
This additional information includes the following:
Sweepatic will never collect sensitive user data concerning religion, political affiliation, health, sexual preference or similar information without explicit permission.
Sweepatic uses your information for the following purposes:
Sweepatic undertakes to only use the collected data for the specified purposes. If Sweepatic wishes to process your data for other purposes, you will be asked for your explicit consent. You will retain the option to withdraw permission regarding this new use.
The personal data collected by Sweepatic is kept no longer than is necessary for the purpose(s) for which it was collected. As such the data collected in the framework of creating a personal account will be removed at the termination of this account.
Any individual personal data that you send to Sweepatic will be held in confidence. This personal information is stored within the internal database of Sweepatic and will not be disclosed to third parties or entities outside of the European Economic Area.
It is possible that your personal data will be passed on to authorities when we consider this is necessary to comply with the law. We also reserve the right to transfer your personal information to any successor in title if the assets of Sweepatic or the relevant part thereof are acquired by this legal successor.
We take reasonable measures to ensure that your personal data is accurate, complete and used in a way that is relevant to its intended use.
All your personal data processed by Sweepatic, the aims of the data processing, the categories of personal information we process and the period for which the personal data is expected to be stored, can be consulted free of charge after a request via the above address. Within fifteen workdays of the request you will be provided with the opportunity to consult the requested information.
In case of incomplete or incorrect information you have the right to, free of charge, request the correction or deletion of personal data in question by contacting us at the address below accompanied with proof of your identity. After proper identification Sweepatic will take all steps necessary to delete or customize this personal information as fast as possible. However, some data may be preserved by way of archived back-up copies of our files when required by law.
You have the right not to provide personal data to Sweepatic, for example by not accepting cookies through your browser settings. By choosing to not provide personal data to Sweepatic, your experience on the Sweepatic website might be affected.
Furthermore, you have the right:
The security of your data is of the utmost importance to us. Sweepatic has proper technical and physical security procedures implemented to prevent the personal data you have provided us with, from being consulted, used or disclosed without the appropriate permission. To this end only authorized employees may access your personal data and this only for permitted purposes. For storage of your data we only use servers within the European Union which provide sufficient guarantees of security.
However, the internet is a global communications medium exposed to threats, viruses and infractions by others. Consequently, we cannot guarantee that we can protect your personal data at all times and under all circumstances.
Last update: December 2019