What personal data do we process?
PACE collects and processes clients’ personal data for client and project management. Personal details are processed based on consent as described in article 6.1(a) of the General Data Protection Regulation.
Your personal data are only logged when you submit them using the contact form. These details include: your first name and surname, your phone number, your email address and a personal message.
Those data are sent to my private email inbox so that I can contact you (once, unless agreed otherwise) with a view to potentially working together. They are not used for any other purpose.
You can request to see, adapt and/or delete your personal data at any time.
When you fill in and send the contact form, this indicates that you accept the terms of this policy. The privacy statement check box must be checked for confirmation. Please be informed that your contact details are consequently also accessible in my email inbox from that first communication.
If you would rather get in touch without leaving your personal details, please contact via LinkedIn.
This website uses the software program Google Analytics to monitor the behaviour of visitors to the site with the aim of improving the function of the site. The data gathered are anonymous, which means that they cannot be linked back to an individual. They are also not shared with anyone.
For cookies placed by third parties (including Google Analytics), please refer to the relevant information provided by these parties on their respective websites. Please note: We have no influence over the content of these policies, nor over the content of the cookies used by these third parties: Google Analytics cookies
All data, from personal data to data collected by cookies, is safely secured by competent software partners WordPress and Google and is only accessible to the administrators of this website, PACE. This website is also in possession of a SSL-certificate which means that your data cannot be intercepted by malicious third parties such as hackers.
Should you have any complaints about the processing of your personal data, you can call on the Data Protection Authority (Drukpersstraat 35, 1000 Brussel – email@example.com).