Privacy policy

Who we are 

Insights Wizards is a trade name of  Thin  Slicing  VOF, with company number 0843.580.294. The address of our website is: http://www.insightswizards.be 

In this privacy statement we describe how we collect, store and use data. We take our responsibility to handle all data with care very seriously and we commit ourselves to protect your privacy. 

When we talk about personal information, we mean data that identifies you or that can be used to identify you, such as your name, your email address, and your IP address. 

How Thin  Slicing  uses your data 

Databases

Personal data can be processed in view of participation to the Insights  Wizards Network, the conclusion and execution of contracts, the observance of legal obligations, the evaluation of the supplier relationship, direct marketing and the fight against fraud. 

These data are not kept longer than necessary for the processing for which they were collected. External processors (such as experts, repairers, reinsurance companies,…) can only process your data in view of the performance of the tasks assigned to them. They will only have access to the personal data they need to perform their tasks. 

On the website 

You can visit our website without the privacy-sensitive cookies being placed on your device. We do not place cookies that can be used to track your movements on the Internet. 

You can visit our website without the privacy-sensitive cookies being placed on your device. We do not place cookies that can be used to track your movements on the Internet. 

  • The way we use Google Analytics respects your privacy: 
  • We anonymize the IP address with each registration in Google Analytics 
  • The registered data is not shared or linked to other (Google) services 
  • Data is kept for no longer than 13 months 

Because no personal data is processed, we do not need to ask for your consent. If you do not want Google Analytics to be activated during your visit, you can unsubscribe: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout. 

For each visit, we also record the visitor’s IP address. We use this data to protect our server infrastructure from hackers and against “Denial  Of SERVICE” (DOS) attacks. This is “necessary information” (“legal basis” in the GDPR), which we may collect for that reason. This information is used only for the purpose described above, no other processing is done. We keep this information for 28 days. 

In our Newsletter 

When registering, you explicitly give us permission to send you our newsletter. This is clearly stated in the confirmation email and on the registration page. We apply “double opt-in” when registering, and the fact that you click on the confirmation link is seen as explicit permission (“legal basis”). 

The Belgian Data Protection Authority (GBA) requires us to keep a “track” (who, when and how) of how we have obtained your e-mail address. As part of that probative force, we therefore keep every interaction (e.g. double opt-in registration) TOGETHER with the IP address from which this interaction departed. This data is not processed or shared. 

Your email address will be stored in a database managed by a service provider. A GDPR compliant processing agreement has been concluded with that supplier. 

Each newsletter contains a link to the email preferences page where you can unsubscribe from one or more of our newsletters. After unsubscribing, we will keep your email address so that it will be impossible that e.g. someone else would reactivate your subscription. (“legal basis necessity”) The data is stored on our server and is not processed or shared. 

Social Media 

When visiting our website, no cookies are placed from social media providers and you are also not followed by a ‘ tracking pixel ‘. We offer you the opportunity to share articles with your followers on the social  Media Services you are a member of. Attention: The moment you share an article, the social media service providers (Twitter, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn) can make cookies on your computer and/or use that data to profile you. 

For the cookies that are placed by the social  media services and the data they collect with it, we refer to the statements made by these parties on their own websites. Thin  Slicing  VOF has no access to this data, nor does it affect it. 

Third parties 

Thin Slicing  VoF  does not share data with third parties, either inside or outside the European Economic Area. 

With suppliers (e.g. the hosting company, suppliers of software or processing services), Thin  Slicing  VOF has concluded a processors agreement. 

Your rights 

You have the right to inspect copies of all personal data we have, and to modify, correct or delete such data. You can also restrict, reject, or object to the processing of this data. See “Contact Us” for more information. 

If you have given us permission to use your data, for example to send you our newsletters, you can withdraw that consent. (See “Newsletter”). Please note that even if you withdraw your consent, we may still fall back to the consent you have given as the legal basis for processing your data before withdrawing your consent. 

You can object to the use of your data when we assume our legitimate interests. The legitimate interests we invoke, we explained in the section “How Insights  Wizards use data” 

When you contact us, you will receive an answer as soon as possible and where possible within a month. If your request is more complicated, an answer may take a little longer, but we will respond within two months of your request. We may ask you to prove your identity before we provide information.

If Thin  Slicing  VOF decides to change this privacy policy, the changes are published on this page. 

Contact and complaints 

We do everything we can to handle your personal data carefully. If you still have complaints, we ask you to write to “data management, Thin  Slicing  VOF, or send us an e-mail via: gdpr@insightswizards.be. We would appreciate it if we can first look for a solution together with you. 

If you believe there has been a breach of data protection laws, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority.