Mediagraaf comm.v


Donderveldstraat 38
3540 Herk-de-Stad

BE 0686.842.944

Protection of your privacy

Mediagraaf wants to carefully observe the applicable legislation regarding your privacy, in particular the Belgian law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with regard to the processing of personal data.

Mediagraaf is responsible for the processing of your data within the meaning of the law of 8 December 1992.

In addition to our privacy policy, this Privacy Statement describes the practices and choices you can make about how your information is collected and used online.


Admission to processing personal data

You are free to visit our sites, inquire about our products and services, learn the latest news or our new services, without providing us with your personal information. If you nevertheless choose to provide us with your personal information, we will process this information confidentially in accordance with the current provisions and in accordance with legal national and international regulations. By providing your personal data to Mediagraaf, you expressly authorize us to process this personal information for the purposes stated below.


Confidential processing of your personal data

By “processing” we mean any form of automated processing. It includes any action we perform with the personal data of a natural person, such as collecting, storing, modifying, deleting, consulting, communicating, using, etc… The “confidential” processing means that we process your personal data confidentially in accordance with the current legal national and international provisions, including the Belgian law of December 8 for the protection of privacy (BS, March 18, 1993), as amended by the law of December 11. Dec 1998 (BS, Feb 3, 1999). For example, no personal information that concerns you, such as address, e-mail, telephone and fax number, demographic data or identification data will be processed without your consent to this processing or without knowing the purpose of this processing.


Purpose of the registration and processing of personal data

Mediagraaf attaches great importance to your privacy. While most of the information on this site is available without providing any personal information, the user may be asked for personal information. If you provide us with your personal data, these will be included in our files and processed. This information will only be used:

  • in the context of our communication with you;
  • for managing the contact file, making product information available and carrying out market studies;
  • to inform you about our new features, new services and products;
  • to be included in our database.

Mediagraaf may collect anonymous or aggregated data of a non-personal nature, such as browser type or IP address, the operating system you use or the domain name of the website through which you came to the website, or through which you leave it. This enables us to permanently optimize the website for users.


Possibility of consultation and/or corretion

You have the right to access your personal data in our possession. You can also have all incorrect data rectified free of charge. In both cases you only need to send an e-mail to or a letter to: Mediagraaf, Donderveldstraat 38, 3540 Herk-de-Stad.

As you will understand, you must enclose a photocopy of your identity card so that Mediagraaf can check in an appropriate manner whether your request is justified.


Right of objection

If you wish to object to any further processing of your data by Medigraaf, send your request by e-mail to or a letter to: Mediagraaf, Donderveldstraat 38, 3540 Herk-de-Stad.


Questions and complaints

For any other question or complaint regarding the use of personal data within the Federation, you can send an e-mail to or a letter to: Mediagraaf, Donderveldstraat 38, 3540 Herk-de-Stad.

In the event of a complaint, Mediagraaf will make every effort to take reasonable steps to address your concerns about the processing of your personal data. If we are unable to provide a satisfactory answer to your complaint, you can always contact the Commission for the protection of privacy, Rue Haute 139 – 1000 Brussels.