Any personal data (such as your last name, first name and e-mail address) that you send us through this site are added to the files of “Les Chocolats de l’iris S.A/N.V”,
rue du Bassin Collecteur, 4, 1130 Brussels Belgium.
“Les Chocolats de l’iris S.A/N.V” processes your data for the purposes of service management, market studies and preparation of personalised promotional and information campaigns about our products and services.
If you do not wish to receive such information, you can notify us by e-mail or post. You have the right to access, modify and delete your personal data held by
“Les Chocolats de l’iris S.A/N.V”
The use of your e-mail address for information about our products/services and our promotions requires your explicit consent, which is sent to us when you accept this charter and send us your data. Your data will not be transmitted to third parties interested in contacting you and will be used only in a context specific to the Pierre Marcolini brand.
You may notify us of your refusal by e-mail or post. “Les Chocolats de l’iris S.A/N.V” will not transmit your data to third parties for commercial purposes without your prior express authorisation.
“Les Chocolats de l’iris S.A/N.V” will not keep your data beyond than the legal limit and, in any case, beyond the time required for the abovementioned purposes.
“Les Chocolats de l’iris S.A/N.V” will take all reasonable measures to protect your data effectively against theft, loss and non-authorised use or access by third parties.
“Les Chocolats de l’iris S.A/N.V” records information about your connection to our website and the software you use to do so. This information includes your IP address, the time of your visit, the type of browser you use and the pages that you visit.
These data are kept for a year. They used to draw up anonymous statistics and to improve the quality of our website and our service on the basis of an analysis of your user habits. “Les Chocolats de l’iris S.A/N.V” may transmit these data to the judicial authorities on their request or under its obligation to notify the crown prosecutor of any illegal content. When need be, the judicial authorities may identify you on the basis of your IP address through your Internet access provider.