Protection of Personal Data
SoilTemp attaches great importance to the protection of your personal privacy.
In this Privacy Statement, SoilTemp will inform you about the way in which it handles your personal data. SoilTemp reserves the right to make changes to this statement if needed, to address the needs and requirements of society, as well as abide by the relevant laws and regulations. Therefore, SoilTemp advises you to consult this statement regularly.
Identity of Processing Officer – Data protection officer details
Jonas Lembrechts (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the data protection officer responsible for processing your personal data.
Guarantees for processing personal data:
- Your personal data is always treated in accordance with the applicable privacy regulations.
- Personal data will only be collected and processed to provide the information requested or to provide an online service. Processing of personal data is limited to the intended objective.
- Personal data will not be disclosed to third parties and will not be used for direct marketing, unless you have agreed to this yourself via an ‘opt in’.
- SoilTemp takes the best possible security measures to prevent third parties from misusing your personal data.
Purpose and legal basis for the processing of your personal data:
When using our website
You can access most of the information without you having to provide any personal information. In some cases, however, you will be asked for personal data.
Certain personal data, such as cookies, is used to develop user statistics and to improve the security of our websites. You can read our policy on cookies here.
Legal basis: consent (cookies) and required for the delivery of the requested service.
SoilTemp never stores personal data for longer than necessary.
Rights of the person concerned
As a concerned party you have the right to see your personal data, as well as to request a correction, removal or limitation thereof.
Do you wish to have access to your personal data? This is possible by mailing to email@example.com.
As a concerned party you also have the right to transfer your personal data either to yourself or to a new controller, as far as it is technically possible. If you do want to do this, you must make this known in advance.
Withdrawal of given consent is always possible without this affecting the lawfulness of the processing of personal data as this is on the basis of the permission previously granted.
To exercise your rights as a concerned party, you can write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a concerned party, you have the right to file a complaint with the Data Protection Authority (GBA).
Did you notice a data breach concerning personal data managed by SoilTemp?
Please report the data breach by mailing to email@example.com.