Purposes of the processing
ThisPlays2 collects and processes customers’ personal data for customer and order management (including customer administration, the tracking of orders/deliveries, billing, the tracking of solvency, and the mailing of marketing and personalised advertising).
Legal ground(s) for the processing
Personal data is processed according to Article 6.1(a) Consent of the General Data Protection Regulation. [Insofar as the processing of the personal data takes place according to Article 6.1(a) Consent, the customer always has the right to withdraw the consent given.]
Transfer to third parties
If this is necessary to fulfil the intended purpose, the customer’s personal data will be shared with other companies (of the ThisPlays2 NV Group) in the European Economic Area that are directly or indirectly associated with ThisPlays2.
ThisPlays2 guarantees that these recipients will take the technical and organisational steps necessary to protect the personal data.
The personal data processed for customer management will be retained for the time necessary to comply with the legal requirements (in the field of bookkeeping, for example).
Right of access to, rectification, erasure, restriction of, objection to and portability of personal data
At all times, the customer has the right of access to his or her personal data and can rectify it (or have it rectified) if it is incorrect or incomplete, have it deleted, restrict its processing and object to the processing of his or her personal data under Article 6.1(f), including profiling under these provisions.
The customer also has the right to receive a copy of his or her personal data (in a structured, standard and machine-readable form) and to have the personal data sent on to another company.
To exercise the above rights, the customer is asked to send an e-mail to the following e-mail address: email@example.com.
The customer has the right to oppose any processing of his or her personal data for the purposes of direct marketing free of charge.
The customer has the right to submit a complaint to the Privacy Protection Commission (rue de la Presse 35, 1000 Brussels – firstname.lastname@example.org).