About our cookiepolicy
Yurt.be considers it important that you can read its content and enter your details at any time and at any time. We do this using cookies and scripts. These techniques are hereinafter referred to as cookies.
YURT.BE, Lissewegsesteenweg 73 00 E, 8380 Brugge. Phone: 0032 472 389 139
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2. Over cookies
2.1. What exactly are cookies?
Cookies are small data or text files that are installed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website or use a (mobile) application. The cookie file contains a unique code that allows you to recognize your browser during your visit to our website or during subsequent, repeated visits. Cookies can be placed by the server of the website or application you visit, but also by third party servers that may or may not cooperate with this website or application.
Cookies generally make the interaction between the visitor and the website or application easier and faster and help the visitor to navigate between the different parts of a website or application. Cookies can also be used to make the content of a website or application more relevant to the visitor by adapting it to his personal taste and needs.
2.2. Which cookies are used by our online services?
The cookies used on our website and applications can be divided according to different criteria.
2.2.1 How long do cookies last?
Temporary cookies: Temporary cookies are only stored temporarily in your browser or application. As soon as you close and exit your browser or the application, these cookies are deleted.
Permanent cookies: Permanent cookies remain on your computer or mobile device, even if you close the browser or the application. Permanent cookies make it possible to recognize you during subsequent visits to the website or application. Persistent cookies remain on your device until their end date has been reached, until a new cookie is installed, or until you delete them in your browser, application or mobile device settings.
2.2.2 Who places and manages the cookies?
First-party cookies: First-party cookies are cookies that Nature Harmony vzw manages and which are specific to the online service (websites or apps) visited or used.
Third party cookies: Third party cookies are cookies that are managed and placed by a third party. This happens during your visit or use of our website. Third-party cookies therefore ensure that certain data is sent to third parties through your visit or use of our website (eg: if you click on a like or share button from Facebook or Linkedin). Third party cookies can also be used for advertiser messages, allowing you to see customized advertisements. In the latter case, it concerns advertising cookies.
2.2.3 What are cookies used for?
Necessary functional cookies: Necessary functional cookies are cookies that are necessary for you to use our online services in a good way. These cookies are used, among other things, to: remember the information that you enter or indicate on the various pages, so that you do not always have to fill in or indicate all your data or preferences again; saving settings for optimal video display, such as the desired buffer size and the resolution data of your screen; reading your browser settings in order to optimally display our website on your screen; the uniform loading of the website, so that the site remains accessible; make it possible to respond to our websites. If you refuse those cookies, certain (parts of) the websites will not work or will not work optimally.
Performance analysis cookies: Nature Harmony vzw uses performance and analysis cookies to collect general information about the way visitors use its online services. Statistical analyzes can be made of the information thus collected. These statistics give us insight into how often web pages are visited, where visitors spend the most time, etc. This allows Nature Harmony vzw to make the structure, navigation and content of the online services as user-friendly as possible and generally improve. This information is also used to report via Google Analytics for example.
Social media cookies: Our websites may also contain so-called embedded elements from third parties. This may be content that is stored with another party, but that is shown on, in or via our websites. You can also share content via our websites via buttons via social media. This allows social media to collect more information about you as a surfer through our websites. For this we refer to the statements that these parties make about this on their own websites: Facebook, Youtube, LinkednIn, Twitter. Please note that these statements can change regularly.
Autres cookies: cette catégorie contient des cookies qui ne peuvent être placés dans aucune des autres catégories de cookies. Les cookies qui peuvent être activés pour créer vos propres analyses Web et optimiser les sites en sont un exemple. En plus des cookies d'analyse des performances mentionnés ci-dessus, d'autres cookies d'analyse Web peuvent être utilisés. Ceux-ci peuvent être désactivés car ils peuvent traiter des données personnelles identifiables. Ce n'est pas le cas avec les cookies d'analyse de performance indiqués. Des statistiques peuvent être faites sur les informations collectées à l'aide de ces cookies. Ces statistiques donnent un aperçu de la fréquence à laquelle les pages Web sont visitées, des endroits où les visiteurs passent le plus de temps, etc. Cela permet au diffuseur de rendre la structure, la navigation et le contenu du site Web aussi conviviaux que possible.
Unforeseen cookies: Due to the way the internet and websites or applications work, we may not always have insight into the cookies placed by third parties via our online services. This is the case, for example, if our web pages contain so-called embedded elements: these are texts, documents, photos or videos that are stored with another party, but that are displayed on, in or via our online services. If you come across cookies on our online services that fall into this category that we have not listed below, please let us know. Or contact the third party directly and ask which cookies they have placed, what the reason is, what the lifetime of the cookie is and how they have guaranteed your privacy
Because you enter personal information at Nature Harmony vzw, it is important that you know how this information is processed, what happens to your data and who can consult your data. When setting up the site, the legislation regarding privacy and personal data was taken into account.
We have tried to keep this policy as simple as possible and recommend that you take the time to read it thoroughly.
3.1 Why do we collect personal data?
We only keeps those personal details that you enter on our site. No information is added to your profile via other websites. Graphs are made by computer based on your data. All this happens automatically and without the intervention of individuals.
3.2 How do we collect your personal data?
When you send an email, we ask you for a number of personal details, such as your email address, name, date of birth, employer telephone number, activity, zip code, etc. so that we can easily contact you afterwards. This data is stored in our database. For the analysis of our website and Google analytics, information is also collected such as an IP address, open pages, mouse clicks, the date and time of your request, your browser, and so on. We also get device information such as the brand, type and operating system of your device and so on. We only receive general information (eg: 40% of the visitors surf via smartphone, 10% of the visitors come via the homepage). We never know that person X from Antwerp with telephone number 03 1234567 has a Samsung smartphone and has visited 2 pages on our site.
For the analysis of our website and Google analytics, information is also collected such as an IP address, open pages, mouse clicks, the date and time of your request, your browser, and so on. We also get device information such as the brand, type and operating system of your device and so on. We only receive general information (eg: 40% of the visitors surf via smartphone, 10% of the visitors come via the homepage). We never know that person X from Antwerp with telephone number 03 1234567 has a Samsung smartphone and has visited 2 pages on our site.
3.3 Does we collect personal data from minors?
Anyone can visit our website. If minors contact us by mail, we will reply.
3.4. What do we use the collected personal data for?
3.4.1 To be able to provide our services
We generally use personal information to provide and maintain our services. For example, we can notify you of changes or scheduled maintenance, show your energy leaks and resources so that you can gain more insight into your stuck patterns or properly process your feedback on our services.
3.4.2 To recognize you as a user
When you use our online services through your profile, we apply technology that recognizes you as a registered user and provides immediate access to the relevant service. This means that you do not have to enter your login details every time you visit the relevant online service (s).
3.4.3 To be able to analyze and improve services
We use the personal data to understand which services and content are of interest to you so that we can provide the necessary feedback to our developers to make our offer more relevant to you.
3.4.4 To be kept informed of the range of products and services
We can also use contact details and other collected data to inform you about news, future promotions or events, promotions, new services, etc. We will only do this if you have given your permission. You can also let us know if you no longer wish to be contacted. This can be done via the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any electronic communication or via your personal profile page.
3.4.5 To prevent and detect abuse or fraud
We can also use data to prevent, detect and investigate illegal or suspected illegal practices, such as fraud (for example with means of payment), and to enforce our general terms and conditions of use, both in the interest of us and in that of our users.
3.5 Is your data passed on to third parties?
Unless you have given your consent or we are legally obliged to do so, we will not pass on, sell, etc. your personal information to third parties. In certain cases, certain third parties will have access to the data collected about you:
In order to provide our services, we rely on a number of independent companies or service providers, such as for the provision of a number of infrastructure or IT services, the execution of payment transactions via our services, the keeping of accounts, the payment of taxes, and so on. It is possible that such companies may access certain data and information as part of their engagement. We only allow this to the extent that this is necessary for the execution of their assignment and these companies provide the necessary guarantees with regard to the access and possible use of this data and information.
3.5.2 Social media
In certain circumstances we will have to share your information or pass it on to the authorities. This may be, for example, to comply with the law or a judicial decision, to detect or resolve fraud or security issues and to protect our rights.
3.5.4 Aggregated or Anonymous Information
We can share certain aggregated or anonymised data with third parties. We will be careful to ensure that these companies cannot identify you directly or indirectly in any way.
3.6 How can you manage and delete your data?
At any time you can view, correct or delete the personal data by sending us an email. Once you delete your data, restoration is no longer possible. The data is permanently deleted. We ask you to be as specific as possible so that we can deal with your question in a concrete and correct manner. We also point out that we must be able to reasonably verify your identity in order to exercise your rights so that we can avoid anyone else exercising your rights.
3.7 How are your data secured?
We think it is important that your data is treated securely. That is why we use a variety of security technologies and measures to appropriately protect your information from unauthorized access, use, loss or disclosure. We have audits carried out on these security measures. Keep in mind that exchanging information over the internet is never 100% secure. Although we make every effort to safeguard the security of your data, we cannot absolutely guarantee this ourselves.
3.8 Correctness of the information
We have taken great care in the composition and development of our services and websites to ensure that the information is correct. The information distributed via this website is only informative in nature. We accept no liability for damages of any kind that are the direct or indirect result of actions or decisions based on information obtained on or through this website. We do not guarantee that the information found on the website is complete, correct, complete or current at all times. Nor do we guarantee that the use of the information will lead to a guaranteed purpose. If links are placed on this website that lead to websites of third parties, these are websites for which we are in no way responsible. We accept no liability for the correctness of links or for the information provided by following links. Placing a link to a website of third parties does not imply that we endorse the information to be obtained there, but is only intended to help the user of this website and to offer an opportunity to obtain further information.
Wij garanderen niet dat de op de website te vinden informatie te allen tijde volledig, juist, compleet of actueel is. We garanderen evenmin dat het gebruik van de info zal leiden tot een gegarandeerd doel.