Privacy policy

Privacy Policy

This privacy policy explains how uses personal data through the website.

We try through this overview to answer your most important questions about your privacy and what we do with your data. Do not hesitate to contact us via for further questions.

Frequently used terms
This overview collects some definitions and frequently used technical terms.

Personal data: all data relating to an identified or identifiable living natural person as defined in General Data Protection Regulation (AVG/GDPR).

Pseudonymous personal data: personal data where identity information has been encrypted, but still allows someone to be individually distinguished.

Anonymous data: data that does not (any longer) allow a natural person to be identified

Which personal data do we use and why?

How do we collect your data?

In the first place you share personal data yourself via forms on our website.

Our website uses cookies and similar techniques such as pixel tags. A cookie is a small text file that is stored in the browser of your computer or mobile device. Pixel tags are graphic files (usually of 1 pixel x 1 pixel) that register certain data such as your type of browser.

Below we describe what data we use for the different applications through our website.

I visit the website
We use Google Analytics to analyze how our website is used via cookies and a pixel tag. We only do this based on anonymous, aggregated data.

We use a Facebook pixel to show you ads after our visit and to track how well those ads are doing on the social network.

Check out their privacy policy to read about the personal data they collect (Google Analytics, Facebook).

I want to subscribe to the Bart thomas newsletter
Through a form on the website you can subscribe to our newsletter. This is also possible when you place an order. We ask for your first name, e-mail address . These data are not shared and we only collect them to share our newsletter and announcements by e-mail. You can unsubscribe or change your data at any time. If you unsubscribe, we will delete your data.

For managing recipients and sending emails, we engage Mailchimp and creative mail. Mailchimp also collects aggregated and anonymous statistics such as the number of times a newsletter has been opened.

Who receives my personal data?
We do not share your data with anyone outside of the above uses. External service providers such as Google Analytics or Mailchimp only process your data under strict instructions from and may not use this data for other purposes.

In very exceptional cases, shares your data with judicial, police or administrative authorities if the law or the circumstances require it.

What rights do I have as a user?
Through your account you can always consult, change and delete your data.
You can also contact us at to exercise the following rights:

Inspection: to check what data collects;

Correction: to correct or complete your data;

Deletion: to permanently delete your data. Please note: In some cases, must still keep your data for a legal reason. (Such as billing data)

Restriction: to stop the use of data without deletion;

Objection: to oppose further use of your personal data by;

Transfer: to transfer your data to another data controller.

In addition, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority, rue du Mail 35, 1000 Brussels, tel: +32 2 427 48 00,, about processing operations.

Can this privacy policy change?

This privacy policy may change as our website and other services evolve. In case of major changes, we will notify you through our website or newsletter. We will always publish the most recent privacy policy on our website, indicating the date of publication.


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