1. Who are we?
2. Subscribing to the newsletter
Before subscribing to the newsletter available on this site, please follow these steps:
Confirm the subscription application and information and correct any inaccurate details;
Email-Brokers will acknowledge your application within a reasonable time, either by display on screen or by email. Subscribing to the newsletter does not in any way result in your details being entered to the databases marketed by our company.
The information given in your subscription is retained in our files and may be consulted by written request. We commit ourselves to handle your details in accordance with the undertakings set out in this clause.
3. Protection of privacy
This section is intended to inform you of Email-Brokers' policy concerning the protection of your personal details. We undertake to handle your details in accordance with the Belgian law of 8 December 1992 concerning the protection of privacy when processing personal details. Accordingly, we inform you of the following:
Purpose of processing data
Email-Brokers is a company specialised in the publishing and management of databases for professional organisations (companies, associations, public services, etc.), in France and Belgium in particular and in Europe in general. Its customers include professional organisations (companies, associations, public services, etc.) in France and Belgium in particular and Europe in general, which are looking to improve their direct communications or business databases.
The personal details of the employees of these organisations that we gather are used to identify their responsibilities and skills (nature, post, skills, professional centres of interest, etc.), to enable our customers to organise effective, targeted electronic Business to Business advertising campaigns, generally by email.
The personal details that you send us or that we gather are saved to the files of Email-Brokers SPRL - Clos Paul Duquenne 12 in B-1435 Mont-Saint-Guibert. In accordance with the law of 8 December 1992, the database is registered with the Privacy Commission (www.privacy.fgov.be). If you wish to consult the register of declarations, you can contact the Commission at the following address: Rue Haute 139, 1000 Brussels, telephone +32 2 213 85 40, fax +32 2 213 85 95, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
These professional details may be made available to our customers, according to their requirements, in different forms: paper listings, computer files, cd-rom, DVD, etc.
Rights of access and correction
In accordance with the Belgian law of 8 December 1992 concerning the protection of privacy, you have the right of access to and correction of data that concern you. With proof of identity and on the basis of a signed and dated request, Mr. Jean-Guy Apper, data processing manager with Email-Brokers, will provide you, free of charge, with any data concerning you and correct them, should they prove to be incomplete, incorrect or excessive. Such requests may be made by email to the following address: email@example.com.
Right to opt-in and opt-out
Email-Brokers undertakes to comply with various national laws concerning electronic advertising and, in particular, with the Belgian law of 11 March 2003 (particularly the difference of conditions applicable to natural persons and legal entities, generic and personal addresses, opt-in and opt-out on the page http://www.mineco.fgov.be/homepull_fr.htm), and with the law on the digital economy in France.
When Email-Brokers or its customers use your personal details with your approval, for the purposes of direct marketing, you have the right to refuse to receive promotional messages from them, at any time and without any justification. This right may be exercised by request by email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. In this case, your data shall be placed in an internal "reject" list..
Security and confidentiality policy
Email-Brokers undertakes to deploy all its resources to prevent the alteration, destruction or circulation of data or unauthorised access to them.
Cookies are persistent data which may be sent to the browser program of the person visiting the site, by the Email-Brokers site. Such data are saved to his computer and are sent systematically to the Email-Brokers server every time the user visits the site.
Cookies are used in particular to take the habits and preferences of users into account and to return data appropriate to their needs. Email-Brokers undertakes not to divulge any data gathered using cookies to third parties.
If you so wish, you may refuse to receive cookies by configuring your browser accordingly. However, we would inform you that the rejection of cookies could make browsing our website less user friendly.
4. General conditions
The use of the services offered by this site is subject to our general conditions.
Data obtained from this site are provided for information only. Email-Brokers declines any responsibility (including in the event of negligence) for the consequences of decisions taken on the basis of data obtained on this site, subject to our obligations of responsibility for processing under the terms of the Privacy Act. Please contact us for any queries concerning data obtained on this site.
This site contains hypertext links to third party sites. These links are provided for the convenience of users. Email-Brokers has no control of such sites and declines any responsibility for their content or practices.
The fact that another website contains a link to the Email-Brokers website does not mean that Email-Brokers recommends this site or agrees with the opinions expressed on it.
6. Intellectual property
The intellectual property rights of this website belong to Email-Brokers. Any representation or reproduction, even partial, of this site, in any form whatsoever, including photocopies, photographs, microfilm, magnetic tape or disk, or any other electronic media, is forbidden without the prior, written authorisation of the author or his beneficiaries. The same applies to logos, brands and other documents concerning our partners and customers. Any violation of these rights may lead to civil and/or penal proceedings.