The short version – because we want to tell you in plain English what this is about
OMGDPR! What is GDPR anyway? Well, GDPR is the government’s way of forcing businesses, organisations and anyone dealing with personal details to stop, reflect and handle them carefully. Not a bad idea! So: let’s lay all our cards on the table!
Zonzo Compagnie collects your data as well, if you subscribe to our newsletter via the website or during an activity, if you register for an activity, or if you send us a mail. We use these details to keep you up to date about our activities, or to inform you of changes to those activities, or to process requests and orders of all kinds (e.g. if you want to book seats for a performance or order a CD).
We do not share this information with third parties who would hassle you without your permission, and you can unsubscribe from our newsletter at any time.
If you’re still not happy with the way we handle your personal details, or would rather receive info at another e-mail address, if you want to see which of your details we are holding, or if you want us to leave you alone altogether, then send us a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you a response as soon as possible!
The long legal version – if you’ve got the time to read it
As Zonzo Compagnie we are responsible for processing your personal data. If, after reading through this privacy declaration, or for any other reason, you have questions about it or would like to contact us, please do so via the address below:
+32 (0)3 291 42 02
Why we process personal data
Your personal data are processed by Zonzo Compagnie for the following purposes and legal reasons:
- so that you can take part in the activities of Zonzo Compagnie (execution of the agreement)
- for the processing of orders and requests (execution of the agreement)
- for sending newsletters and invitations (with the consent of the person involved)
For the purposes listed above we may request and store/collect/process the following personal data from you:
- personal identity details: last name, first name, address, phone number, e-mail address
- identity details published by the government: identity card number
- social security number
- personal characteristics: gender, date of birth, nationality
We use these data solely for the purposes for which we have obtained the data.
Sharing with third parties
We may share the data that you have given us with third parties if necessary for the above-mentioned purposes.
For example, we use a third party for:
- maintaining the internet environment (webhosting)
- maintaining the IT infrastructure (including IT network etc.)
- maintaining and distributing newsletters
We never share personal data with other parties unless we have signed a data processing agreement with them.
We of course come to the necessary agreements with these parties (data processors) in order to guarantee the safety of your personal data.
Furthermore, we will not share your data with third parties unless this is legally required and permitted.
We do not share personal data with parties outside the EU.
Zonzo Compagnie does not store personal data for longer than is necessary for the purpose for which they have been shared or until the issuer wants to have them deleted.
Your rights regarding your data
You have the right to look at and correct or remove the personal data that we have received from you. At the beginning of this privacy declaration you will see information about how to contact us.
You can also object to the processing of your personal data (or part thereof) by us or one of our processors.
In addition, you have the right to ask us to transfer the data you have sent us to yourself or on your behalf to another party. We may ask you to provide proof of identity before we consider such a request.
If you have a complaint about the processing of your personal data then we ask that you contact us directly.
Your data are managed in compliance with the law of 8 December 1992 concerning data protection and the new European GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) that came into force on 25 May 2018.