At Swing It Brussels, we value transparency and it is important that you know how we handle your personal data.
- when registering on our site for any of our programs, we need to collect some basic data including name, email address, country and city. This information will not be shared with any external parties outside of the registration procedure, it will only be used to complete the registration process and to keep mutual and necessary communication active and possible.
- BRUX may gather certain usage information from the website, like the numbers and frequency of visitors. This data is only used on the aggregate and does not include any personally identifying information.
- BRUX will at your request or on your own initiative replenish, rectify or erase any incomplete, inaccurate or outdated personal data linked to your person. You are entitled to, in accordance with applicable law, to request access to, rectification or erasure of your personal data or restriction of processing concerning you and your person. BRUX will normally answer your request within one month from receipt of your request, please contact us at email@example.com.
- personal information collected by us will be stored in secure operating environments that are not available to the public.
- BRUX do not share your data with any third parties without your additional consent, if not required under applicable law to fulfill legal obligations.
- if a dispute originates from this website and/or the festival, the Belgian law will be applicable, and all matters will exclusively be treated in Belgian court.
- BRUX uses an underlying technology nicknamed "cookies". "Cookies" are pieces of information that a website transfers to any computer's hard drive for record keeping purposes. The process gives us information on how and when our web pages are visited and by how many people. "Cookies" do not collect any personally identifying information, although they do identify an individual user's computer. This information is however not to be combined with any other general nor specific personal information in order to detect any user's identity, screen number nor email address. Most web browsers automatically accept "cookies", but it's usually possible to change your system to prevent this.