II. Your right to privacy
You have a lot of rights with regard to the processing of your personal data. Whenever Add Value requests your permission, you can always revoke that permission.
I. You may view your personal data
You have the right to inspect the personal data we process about you, and to learn why we process it and who receives the data.
You can also find out in this case how long we retain the data, whether the data is used for automatic decision-making and whether we plan to send the data to a country outside the European Union.
We will provide the requested information electronically within a reasonable period of time.
II. You can have your data corrected/completed
It is possible that the data we process from you are not (no longer) correct. You can always ask for the incorrect data to be corrected or supplemented with the missing data.
III. Right to erase
If you think that we are processing the personal data unlawfully, you can ask for this personal data to be erased.
This request for the deletion of personal data may be refused by Add Value if this is justified. Examples are exercising or substantiating a legal claim or because of a statutory obligation to keep certain data.
IV. Right to restrict personal data
You can ask us to limit the processing of your personal data if you suspect that the data is incorrect, the processing is unlawful or if you do not agree to our processing the data for our legitimate interests (see article 3.3). We will accept this limitation unless there are compelling reasons not to, for example to prevent fraud or default.
V. Right to lodge an objection
You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data, including profiling. Processing will then be stopped, unless necessary for respecting social and fiscal legislation, representing the interests of a third party or with a view to the establishment, exercise or substantiation of a legal claim.
VI. Right to transferability of data
You can ask us to transfer the personal data you have given us to a third party.
VII. Right to lodge a complaint
If you do not agree with our position, you can take the matter to the Belgian Data Protection Authority. You can also file a complaint there. The contact details can be found in 1.4. above.
VIII. Identification of the requester
You can exercise the implementation of your rights to the processing of your personal data, by addressing a written request
Please always be as specific as possible if you wish to exercise your rights. This will enable us to process your request correctly.
To prevent someone else from exercising your rights, we will want to check your identity as well as possible. For this reason the request must always be accompanied by a document that proves that the identity of the requesting party matches your identity. This can be done by adding a copy of your identity card to the request. If we are of the opinion that the document provided does not provide sufficient evidence, we will inform you. We reserve the right not to respond to the request until sufficient proof is provided.