Personal data processing
The purpose of this article is to inform Clients about the manner in which their data are collected and processed by the Seller in compliance with the GDPR law of 30 July 2018 and Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, repealing Directive 95/46 / EC.
All personal data of the Client (personal identification data such as surname, first name, e-mail address, home address, telephone number, …), financial identification data such as credit card number, credit card number credit, …), will be exclusively managed by the Seller and will be used for the processing and delivery of orders. This data will not be communicated to third parties or used for commercial purposes without its express prior consent. The Seller retains the personal data only for the time reasonably necessary for the purposes pursued and in accordance with legal and regulatory requirements.
Certain information about you is collected indirectly when you browse the Carine Gilson website. This information is necessary, technically, for the proper functioning of the Carine Gilson website, to improve the browsing experience or to allow our services to perform analyses that will allow us to serve you better.
This information is :
– Information concerning your online profile and data relating to the use of the website (analysis via cookies, monitoring of your navigation, recording of products placed in the shopping cart) ;
– Technical information, such as IP address and cookies, related to your browsing on our website, for the purpose of identifying your country/city by geolocation ;
– Personal data collected through media platforms and social networks.
Upon written and dated written request sent to the Seller at the following address [Carine gilson.com – Boulevard de Waterloo 26 – 1000 Brussels – Belgium] or at the following e-mail address [email@example.com], the Client , having justified his identity (enclosing a copy of his identity card), has the right to access, limit processing, rectify, delete, or oppose the processing of the data concerning him.
For any question and / or complaint, particularly as to the clear and accessible nature of this article, the Client may contact the Seller by email [firstname.lastname@example.org] or by mail [Carine gilson.com – Boulevard de Waterloo 26 – 1000 Brussels – Belgium].
The Client can also lodge a complaint concerning the processing of his data with the Belgian Commission for the Protection of Privacy at the following address:
Commission for the Protection of Privacy
Rue de la Presse, 35 1000 Brussels
Tel. + 32 2 274 48 00
Fax. + 32 2 274 48 35
Cookies are pieces of information that a website can transfer to your browser and which are then stored on your computer system. For example, cookies enhance your online experience by allowing us to save your preferences.
– compile statistics and determine traffic volumes in order to improve the relevance and user-friendliness of the services offered to you;
– provide you with tailored services and navigation by customizing your user interface;
– communicate information to other websites, media partners and social networks in order to offer you relevant promotional and advertising messages corresponding to your interests (third-party cookies).
We may also collect your IP address in an abbreviated, non-readable form that does not allow us to identify you.
Please be aware that restricting cookies may impact your user experience and may prevent you from using any part of our website.
If you wish to set your browser to disable the installation of cookies, please follow the instructions below:
– For Safari: From the Safari menu, select “Preferences”, then click on “Security” and select the desired options.
– For Google Chrome: Select the Chrome menu, then select ‘Settings’ and click ‘Advanced Settings’. In the Privacy section, select ‘Content settings’, and then under ‘Cookies’, you’ll be able to select your options).
– For Mozilla Firefox: select the “Tools” menu, then “Options”. Click on the “Privacy” icon, locate the “Cookies” menu and select your preferred options.
– For Opera 6.0 and later: in the “File” menu, select “Preferences”, then click on “Privacy” and select your desired options.
– For Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 and later: select the “Tools” menu, then “Internet Options”. Click on the “Privacy” tab and use the slider to select the desired level.
Nullity. If any of the provisions of these General Conditions were to be declared null, this nullity will not affect the validity of the other clauses and the General Conditions will continue to take effect without this provision, it being understood however that a valid provision of which the economy would correspond or be as close as possible to the effect of the invalid or inoperative provision will be substituted after a negotiation in good faith between the Parties.
Titles. The titles used in these Terms and Conditions are for reference and convenience only. They do not affect the meaning or scope of the provisions they designate.
DRP Platform (Online dispute resolution)
For disputes arising from an online purchase between a Consumers residing in the European Union and a professional established in the European Union, the Client may submit their request to the European Online Dispute Resolution Platform, available at following e-mail: https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr.
Applicable law and competent court
The contractual relations between the Parties to which these General Conditions apply are governed exclusively by Belgian law. The Client also benefits from the protection afforded by the mandatory provisions of the law that would be applicable in the absence of this clause.
Any dispute relating to the Goods delivered by the Seller, as well as any dispute as to the validity, interpretation or execution of these General Conditions will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the judicial district of Brussels, unless the Seller, acting as plaintiff, prefers to bring the action in any other competent court.