Cookie Policy

1. Cookies

Cookies are small data or text files that are placed on your device by websites or applications. Such files may be used for different purposes; a distinction is made between essential or strictly-necessary cookies and non-essential cookies (functional, analytical and targeting cookies).

The Belgian Electronic Communications Act (Belgische Wet betreffende de elektronische communicatie) of 13 June 2005 contains some provisions on cookies and their use on websites. That act is the implemented form of the EU ePrivacy Directive, which means that legislation on cookies may be implemented differently in other EU Member States.

2. Purpose and use of cookies 

Brustor wants all users of its website to be as informed as possible about their rights under Belgian law when it comes to cookies and about which cookies we use. By using our website, the user agrees to the use of cookies. Cookies help Brustor to optimize your visit to the website, to remember your technical choices (such as language preference, newsletter opt-in, etc.) and to provide you with more relevant services, offers and customer service.

If you wish to use the Brustor website, we recommend that you enable cookies. Without cookies enabled, Brustor cannot guarantee users an optimal experience on the website. If you prefer not to use cookies, you may disable them.

We use cookies to improve your visit to our website. The cookies we use are secure. We believe the use of cookies to be in your interest, as the information we collect through cookies helps us to identify any errors and offer you to more specific services. This means we can make your visit to the website better.

3. Types of cookies used by Brustor

We use the following types of cookies:

  • Strictly-necessary cookies: These cookies are required for the website to function and cannot be disabled. They allow your device to communicate with our website.
  • Functional cookies: These cookies help to provide better functionality and customize the website for you. They can be enabled by us or by external providers whose services we have incorporated into our website.
  • Analytical cookies: These cookies allow us to monitor visits and traffic, so we can measure and improve the services we offer on our website. They inform us which pages are the most and least popular, and how visitors move through the site.
  • Tracking cookies: These cookies record anonymous analytical information about how you use the site, with a view to improving the site and the user experience, as well as making adverts more relevant to you.
  • Targeting cookies: These cookies may be enabled by our website advertising partners. They may be used by companies in order to build a profile of your interests and show relevant adverts on other sites.

We use our own cookies as well as cookies from selected partners whom we work with and who advertise our services on their websites.

Overview of the cookies used on Brustor.com :

  • _fbp (Facebook pixel) : retention time: 3 months
  • _ga _gid (Google Analytics) : keeping statistics. Retention time: 2 jaar
  • _gat (Google Tag Manager) : retention time: 1 day

Overview of the cookies used on  www.brustor.com :

  • _hjlnclude (Hotjar Cookie) : keep track of how the User visits the website with a view to improving the user experience: retention time: when browser session ends
  • Has_js : retention time: when browser session ends
  • Popup-lang : cookie for keeping track of the language choice: retention time: 1 year

This data is only processed by us and will never be passed on to third parties. Take a look at our privacy policy for more information regarding the processing of personal data by Brustor.

4. Managing cookies

Please ensure that cookies are enabled in your browser. To enable cookies, please follow these instructions:

Microsoft  Internet Explorer

  • In Internet Explorer, click ‘Internet Options’ in the menu ‘Tools’.
  • Under the ‘Privacy’ tab, click ‘Advanced’ under ‘Settings’. Click ‘Accept’ under ‘First-party cookies’ and ‘Third-party cookies’.
  • Click ‘OK’.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Click the menu icon in the top-right corner, then click ‘Options’.
  • Under the ‘Privacy and security’ tab and ‘Cookies and Site Data’ section, select ‘Accept cookies and site data from websites’.
  • Then close the menu.

Google Chrome

  • Click on the three-dot icon to the right of the address bar, then click ‘Settings’. Click ‘Advanced’ at the bottom of the page.
  • Under ‘Privacy and security’, select ‘Content settings’.
  • Click ‘Cookies’.
  • Select ‘Allow sites to save and read cookie data’.

Safari

  • Select ‘Preferences’ under the ‘Safari’ menu.
  • Click the ‘Privacy’ tab. Find ‘Cookies and website data’.
  • Ensure cookies are allowed.

If you wish to use the Brustor website, we recommend that you enable cookies. However, if you wish to disable cookies when using our website, you can do this by adjusting your browser settings. Please note that this may reduce the quality of your visit to the website.
 You can disable cookies as follows:

Mozilla Firefox

  • Click the menu icon in the top-right corner, then click ‘Options’.
  • Under the ‘Privacy and security’ tab, go to the ‘History’ section.
  • Next to ‘Firefox will’, select ‘Use custom settings for history’.
  • Go to the ‘Cookies and Site Data’ section, select ‘Block cookies and site data (may cause web sites to break)’.
  • Then close the menu. Any changes you have made will be automatically applied.

Google Chrome

  • Click on the three-dot icon to the right of the address bar, then click ‘Settings’.
  • Click ‘Advanced’ at the bottom of the page.
  • Under ‘Privacy and security’, select ‘Content settings’.
  • Click ‘Cookies’.
  • Select ‘Block third-party cookies’.

Safari

  • Select ‘Preferences’ under the ‘Safari’ menu.
  • Click the ‘Privacy’ tab. Find ‘Cookies and website data’.
  • Ensure cookies are blocked.

Microsoft Internet Explorer

  • In Internet Explorer, click ‘Internet Options’ in the menu ‘Tools’.
  • Under the ‘Privacy’ tab, click ‘Advanced’ under ‘Settings’. Click ‘Block’ under ‘First-party cookies’ and ‘Third-party cookies’. Click ‘OK’.
  • For more information, consult the help section of your browser.

5. Rights of website visitors 

Given that cookies can process personal data, you as the data subject have the right to have your data processed lawfully and securely. As the data subject, you may exercise the following rights:

  • Right to object: if there are compelling and legitimate grounds, you can oppose the processing of your personal data;
  • Right of access: any data subject who can prove his/her identity has the right to access information about whether his/her personal data is processed, as well as the purposes of processing, the categories of data to which the processing relates and the categories of recipients with whom the data is shared;
  • Right to rectification: inaccurate or incomplete personal data may be corrected or even erased at the data subject's request.

These rights may be exercised in accordance with the provisions of our Privacy Policy. For more information about the rights of visitors to our website, please see the Privacy Policy. If, after reading this Cookies Policy, you have any queries or comments about cookies, you can contact us via info@brustor.com.