Legal Notice

  1. This website and its contents are fully owned by CVBA TYPOGRAFICS, hereinafter referred to as "TYPOGRAFICS" (with registered office at Zwaarveld 45, 9220 HAMME, and registered in the Crossroads Bank for Enterprises under number 0431.506.379). The content on the website that is not the property of TYPOGRAFICS is displayed on the website with the permission of its owner. The information below relates to the use of the website, as well as the information and images contained therein.
  2. By accessing and using the website, the visitor expressly agrees to the following terms and conditions, which are enforceable, therefore. For that reason, they create a unilateral obligation. In the absence of agreement, the visitor shall leave the website without delay and immediately renounces any claim in respect of his visit. Any person who directly or indirectly uses or wishes to use this website and its contents is considered a "visitor".
  3. All texts and images on this website are protected by copyright laws to the benefit of TYPOGRAFICS and may not be reproduced or copied under any circumstances unless TYPOGRAFICS gives its prior written and explicit consent. Although visiting the websites constitutes the conclusion of an agreement, subject to acceptance of all conditions and subject to all consents, the texts of this website shall never directly or indirectly create certain rights to the benefit of the visitor or other third parties except the right to visit. In the unlikely event that certain obligations were to arise for TYPOGRAFICS, its bodies or appointees, they shall at most have the character of a best efforts obligation. In the unlikely event that damage is caused by the non-performance or incorrect performance of such an obligation, the damage shall be limited to the amount effectively insured and paid out by the insurance company and in all cases all unforeseeable damage and all consequential damage shall be excluded so that the visitor, where appropriate, shall waive its right to claim such damage. TYPOGRAFICS has the right to adjust, modify or delete the texts and images on this website unilaterally and at any time. The texts only provide general information and cannot be considered as advice in specific situations. TYPOGRAFICS shall not be responsible for the content, interpretation and application of this website and, therefore, shall not be liable for any resulting damage. The visitor shall be responsible for checking the correct and accurate nature of the content of the website. In addition, it shall also be the visitor's responsibility to install antivirus software for downloading software and/or other material from this website and to ensure that the uploaded software and/or other material is compatible with his own software. If the visitor discovers any inaccuracies in the information made available via the website, he shall contact the website manager in writing within 48 hours at the above contact address.
  4. Under no circumstances shall TYPOGRAFICS be held liable to anyone, directly or indirectly, for damage that could be caused by the use of this website or another website via links or hyperlinks. TYPOGRAFICS shall never be responsible for the content of other websites, even if there is a link or hyperlink. In the event of an extra-contractual error on the part of TYPOGRAFICS, the damage shall be limited to the amount effectively insured and paid out by the insurance company and in all cases all unforeseeable damage and all consequential damage shall be excluded so that the visitor, where appropriate, shall waive its right to claim such damage.
  5. If any provision of this legal information turns out to be contrary to mandatory law or to be null and void, this shall not affect the other provisions.
  6. Belgian law applies to this website. In the event of a dispute, only the courts of the district of Dendermonde (Belgium) shall have jurisdiction, with Dutch as the language of the proceedings. All possible legal claims of the visitor become time-barred after one year counting from the date of the facts, even if the date of cognizance does not coincide with the date of the facts.

HAMME, May 2018

Privacy Statement

CVBA TYPOGRAFICS, with its registered office at Zwaarveld 45, 9220 HAMME, and registered in the Crossroads Bank for Enterprises under number 0431.506.379, hereinafter “TYPOGRAFICS” is committed to your privacy.

TYPOGRAFICS in principle only conducts business with other companies, "Business to Business", but collects, stores and uses personal data in the course of its daily activities.

Personal data are data that, alone or in combination, allow the identification of a person, such as a name, user name, photograph, social security number, internal registration number, number plate, postal address, telephone number, location data, online user name (such as an IP address), sound recording, etc.

The person to whom these data relate will be referred to below as the "data subject".

For example, TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data for communication with its customers (companies). In practice, such communication takes place with persons working for its customers (companies).

Since TYPOGRAFICS inter alia handles, stores and uses personal data in this way, it considers it important to provide information on (i) the data it collects, (ii) how these data are processed, (iii) for which purpose these data are used, (iv) whom the data are shared with, (v) on which basis these data are used, (vi) what rights you have and (vii) how you can exercise these rights.

This Privacy Statement applies to every purchase and use of the services or products of TYPOGRAFICS and to every relationship and contact with TYPOGRAFICS, irrespective of the duration or context in which that relationship or contact takes place, provided that the data subject has taken cognisance of this document in advance and has given his or her consent. This agreement assumes that the data subject has taken cognisance of this privacy statement in advance.

This privacy statement also sets out the TYPOGRAFICS cookie and pixel policy, so that your agreement also applies to this cookie and pixel policy.


1. Which personal data does TYPOGRAFICS collect?


TYPOGRAFICS collects the data the data subject has provided it with, such as:

  • when requesting an offer, such as name, address, date of birth/age, place of birth, nationality, gender, national registration number, telephone number, mobile number, fax number, email address;
  • within the scope of an employment contract, service agreement or supplier agreement;
  • by means of the Curriculum Vitae when applying for a vacancy;

When the data subject uses TYPOGRAFICS products for purchases or other financial transactions (e.g. when purchasing the Talent Scan using the MOLLIE payment system), TYPOGRAFICS collects information about the purchase or transaction. TYPOGRAFICS collects, among other things, payment information, such as credit or debit card number and other card information, other account and verification information, and details regarding invoicing, shipping and contact information.


TYPOGRAFICS collects information about, among other things, the way in which data subjects arrive at its website, learn of its existence and of its products and services. This includes data such as the browser type, IP address, the operating system used or the domain name of the website from which the TYPOGRAFICS website is accessed or where it is exited.

TYPOGRAFICS also collects lifestyle data such as social contacts, use of social media and communication tools, leisure activities and interests.

TYOGRAFICS receives the above information about the online activities of the data subject via its pixels or cookies (see below).


TYPOGRAFICS collects data about the user experience of the data subject who purchases its products and services, such as the most common complaints associated with the use of its products and services.

In addition, TYOGRAFICS collects data about the data subject's online purchasing and clicking behaviour, via its pixels or its cookies (see below).


2. How does TYPOGRAFICS process personal data?

TYPOGRAFICS processes your data both electronically, for example via diverse computer programmes (such as Microsoft Office and Team Leader), via websites (such as Facebook) and databases (such as online storage or storage systems), and on paper carriers, for example reports.

TYPOGRAFICS uses Cookies and Pixels. These are computer programmes that allow TYPOGRAFICS to examine the effectiveness of the design of its website and of its advertising, and to determine the identity of customers who carry out online transactions.

Cookies from TYPOGRAFICS are small files that are installed on the data subject's computer system to allow the functionalities of TYPOGRAFICS.

Pixels are small images placed on other web pages that allow TYPOGRAFICS to access the activities of the data subject on these web pages.

Both the Pixels and Cookies aim to, among other things:

  • Better match the TYPOGRAFICS website with the needs of the returning data subject;
  • Detect invoice fraud;
  • Secure the TYPOGRAFICS website;
  • Place personalised advertisements on web pages visited by the data subject;
  • Inform TYPOGRAFICS about the activities of the data subject (such as purchasing and clicking behaviour) both on the TYPOGRAFICS website and on other web pages that work with TYPOGRAFICS.

Every visitor to the TYPOGRAFICS website must agree to the TYPOGRAFICS cookie and pixel policy in order to access the website. The user of the website is free to reject the cookie and pixel policies of TYPOGRAFICS by not accepting them.

If, after acceptance, the data subject no longer agrees with the cookie and pixel policy of TYPOGRAFICS, they may disable this. The internet browser allows cookies to be disabled at any time. The browser offers various options for privacy settings. For example, at any time while using the internet browser the data subject can specify that cookies (from TYPOGRAFICS) will or will not be allowed.


3. What does TYPOGRAFICS use personal data for?


TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data, such as name, address, bank account number, telephone number, fax number and email address to provide its services. For example, confirmations of orders or offers delivered to the data subject, either by email, telephone or by post, and to contact the data subject in the event of changes in the delivery time or location. TYPOGRAFICS also uses personal data for feedback purposes after it has provided its products and services.


TYPOGRAFICS collects and uses personal data to create an overview of its customer base and to manage this customer base (sending invoices, customer service).


TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data to provide its customers with an appropriate product to meet their specific needs. The information collected is also used to determine, when offering certain services, whether these services should be provided locally or at a distance and to respond to specific requests, which may vary from one customer to another.

TYPOGRAFICS also uses Cookies and Pixels to simplify access to its website, among other things. TYPOGRAFICS does this in order to make the experience of the data subject who visits its website more pleasant and to place personalised advertisements that are tailored to the wishes or interests of the data subject.


TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data to reply to the data subject it has been contacted by.

TYPOGRAFICS further uses personal data to collect contact information from its (potential) customers, suppliers and service providers and may use the data to contact them and to directly offer or present its products and services.

TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data to send marketing messages about its products, services, terms and conditions and promotions.


TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data to develop, test and improve its products and services, for example, by conducting surveys and research, testing new products and functions and solving the problems encountered. This is made possible by, among other things, the Cookies and Pixels of TYPOGRAFICS.


TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data for the performance of the employment contracts with its personnel, such as for communication with personnel or the payment of salaries.


TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data to perform its contracts with suppliers, such as contacting persons employed by the supplier in relation to deliveries.


TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data for the performance of its contracts with (independent) service providers, e.g. for contacts relating to the contracts that have been outsourced to the service providers.


TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data to promote its products and services, for example by sending promotional emails and newsletters.


TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data received through its Pixels or its Cookies to better target and personalise its advertisements to the right individuals who may be served by its products and services. TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data to obtain information about which persons visit its websites, search for or use its services and products, and how its websites, products and services are responded to.

TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data, including information about interests of data subjects, their online activities and connections, to offer its advertisements, products and services to a broad but selected audience that is interested in, for example, visiting its website or purchasing one of its products.


TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data to secure both its website (transaction fraud practices) and its premises. By using Cookies and Pixels, TYPOGRAFICS obtains an overview of the traffic to and from the website and the transactions that take place on it. In this way, payment fraud via TYPOGRAFICS products can be monitored to guarantee a secure payment system. Outside its office spaces, TYPOGRAFICS uses camera surveillance systems to ensure the security of office spaces where personal data are stored and to detect possible problems.

4. Whom does TYPOGRAFICS share personal data with?

Access to the personal data used by TYPOGRAFICS shall be limited to those persons with whom TYPOGRAFICS cooperates closely and who are required to carry out tasks or assignments related to those personal data.

In addition, TYPOGRAFICS shares personal data with all (government) agencies that must be provided with the personal data of the data subject in order to comply with the law or an agreement.


5. On what legal grounds does TYPOGRAFICS process personal data?



Where the data subject has concluded an agreement with TYPOGRAFICS, TYPOGRAFICS collects and uses the data necessary for the implementation of that agreement.


The personal data TYPOGRAFICS uses to provide (for example, via direct marketing messages), personalise (for example, tracking the click behaviour to provide targeted advertising) and improve (for example, new updates on licences) its products and services fall within its legitimate interest of developing and offering innovative products and services.

The personal data TYPOGRAFICS uses to communicate about (problems related to) its products or services, including through customer service, are part of its legitimate interest to support and maintain its products and services.

The personal data that TYPOGRAFICS uses to provide marketing communications fall within its legitimate interest of promoting its products and services.


TYPOGRAFICS uses personal data for purposes determined by law, such as tax and VAT legislation.


In certain cases, TYPOGRAFICS will request your consent to use personal data, for example to send newsletters.


6. How long are personal data stored for?

TYPOGRAFICS stores personal data for as long as it is necessary to achieve the aforementioned purposes. Personal data used for a purpose that no longer exists shall be deleted by TYPOGRAFICS.

If the right to be forgotten (see below) is validly exercised by the data subject, TYPOGRAFICS shall delete the personal data without delay.

TYPOGRAFICS shall further determine the duration of the processing on the basis of the limitation periods and retention periods prescribed by law.


7. How are personal data protected?

TYPOGRAFICS restricts access to personal data to its personnel, service providers and commercial partners within the Belgian territory, who need these personal data to perform their tasks and assignments for TYPOGRAFICS.

The internal privacy policy of TYPOGRAFICS, to which its personnel are bound, provides the necessary security measures in respect of the personal data. The service providers TYPOGRAFICS collaborates with have a contractual relationship with TYPOGRAFICS, which contains all the necessary safeguards to ensure appropriate protection of personal data, in accordance with the legal standards on privacy protection.

In addition, TYPOGRAFICS provides physical protection of personal data, such as the installation of anti-burglary systems and fire extinguishers.

TYPOGRAFICS also provides for the protection of electronically processed personal data through, inter alia, installation of antivirus software, limitation of access to personal data and use of user names and passwords.

The Cookies and Pixels of TYPOGRAFICS also allow it to protect personal data. They can detect unauthorised activities and violations of the TYPOGRAFICS Terms of Use.


8. What are the rights of the data subject?

  • The data subject has the right to access his or her personal data;
  • The data subject has the right to request the correction or deletion of his or her data;
  • The data subject has the right to request the restriction of processing of his or her data; For example, the data subject may request that the use of his or her data be suspended (only retained) until a correction has been made;
  • The data subject has the right to transfer his or her data, which are in the possession of TYPOGRAFICS, to another service provider;
  • The data subject has the right to object to a certain use of his or her data, for example direct marketing;
  • The data subject has the right to a decision that is taken individually and not by automatic means.


With respect to the personal data used by TYPOGRAFICS on the basis of the data subject's consent, the data subject has the right to withdraw his or her consent at any time. The data validly used by TYPOGRAFICS prior to the withdrawal of consent shall not be affected by this withdrawal.

The above rights are not absolute rights. There are legal restrictions on the exercise of these rights, which TYPOGRAFICS may invoke if the data subject wishes to exercise his right.

Provided that proof of identity is furnished (copy of identity card), the data subject may exercise the above rights with respect to his personal data free of charge by means of a written, dated and signed request addressed to TYPOGRAFICS at the above contact address. TYPOGRAFICS shall respond to the request of the data subject within a period of one month, which, depending on the complexity of the request, may be extended by two months. TYPOGRAFICS shall provide a reasoned decision in respect of any request that is rejected or answered within a period of time exceeding one month.

Finally, the data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with the Belgian data protection authority or to lodge an appeal with the Belgian judicial authorities if he discovers breaches of data protection legislation.


9. If TYPOGRAFICS intends to further use the collected personal data for purposes other than those set out above, it shall inform the data subject thereof prior to said processing, unless the new processing is compatible with the original purpose for which they were collected. Where appropriate, TYPOGRAFICS shall provide the data subject with information regarding this other purpose and any relevant further information.

In the event of amendments to this privacy statement, TYPOGRAFICS shall inform the data subject.

HAMME, May 2018