Cultural Quantum is committed to protecting the personal data of its users. Cultural Quantum collects and processes personal data of users in accordance with EU Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (“the GDPR”) and the Belgian legislation of 8 December 1992 regarding the protection of privacy and processing of personal data.
The Site makes available information, news updates, training programs and services offered by Cultural Quantum available to users (i.e., any natural person or legal entity that visits or uses the Site). The Site also offers functionalities allowing users to contact Cultural Quantum (e.g., contact request, registration for an event or newsletter).
During the users’ browsing and interaction with the Site, or with Cultural Quantum, Cultural Quantum may need to collect and process personal data about the user, in the capacity of data controller.
Cultural Quantum collects and uses personal data of users to function effectively and optimize the user’s experience. The collection and processing of such data is necessary for the registration, management, processing and tracking of users in the framework of services provided by Cultural Quantum. It allows Cultural Quantum to pursue its legitimate interests in the framework of management and organization of its prospecting, canvassing and communication operations and marketing generally.
Cultural Quantum only collects and uses personal data of users to the extent that the use thereof is based on one of the legal grounds determined by the GDPR (e.g., user consent or performance of a service agreement concluded with Cultural Quantum).
The purpose for use of personal data of users by Cultural Quantum is based on one or more of the following legal grounds: user consent; performance of a service agreement concluded with a user; compliance with a legal obligation; safeguarding of users’ vital interests; performance of a public service mission; legitimate interests of Cultural Quantum in collecting personal data of users.
Cultural Quantum collects and processes personal data of users , entirely or partially, particularly when a user browses the Site and enters information in a data collection form (i.e., requests, registration for events, etc.) and, more generally, in the framework of user relations and exchanges via the Site and subsequent (online or offline) communication with Cultural Quantum. In the course of its activities, Cultural Quantum may need to share personal data of users. Obviously, whenever Cultural Quantum does so it always ensures optimal protection of personal data.
Cultural Quantum treats user data as confidential information and shall not rent or sell them to a third party.
A user is legally entitled to examine and possibly correct his/her personal data. By providing a proof of identity (i.e., copy of identity card) a user can ask Cultural Quantum by way of written, dated and signed request, to transfer his/her personal data in writing, for free. If necessary, a user can also ask to correct those data, which are incorrect, incomplete or irrelevant.
A user is solely responsible for keeping his/her login data and the use of his/her password confidential. A password is saved in coding, and as a result Cultural Quantum has no access to a user’s password.
While visiting the Site, 'cookies' may be installed on the hard disk of a user’s computer. A cookie is a text file, which is placed by the server of a Site into the browser of a user’s computer or mobile device while he/she is visiting a Site. Cookies cannot be used to identify a person; a cookie can only identify a machine. A user can change the settings of his/her internet browser in such a way that cookies are not accepted, that he/she will receive a warning when a cookie is installed or that the cookies are removed from his/her hard disk afterwards. It is however possible that certain graphical elements cannot be displayed correctly, or that a user will not be able to use certain applications.
By making use of our Site, a user agrees with the cookies policy of Cultural Quantum.
Contact. If you have any questions, concerns or complaints about this Privacy Statement, please contact us:
Phone: +32 497 063196
Address: Cultural Quantum® Karel de Stoutestraat 49, 9000 Gent, Belgium
Last update: 11/10/2020