This Facebook page is managed by ICE SA S.A., Place Mc Auliffe 34, 6600 Bastogne, Belgium, a Belgian company registered under the company number 0445.215.746, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, Data Protection Officer: Céline Eyers. ICE SA ensures the respect of your personal data. You will find below information on how we process your data and which are your rights related to your data on our Facebook page.
Facebook Ireland ("Facebook") and ICE SA S.A. are responsible for the collection and processing of your personal data on Facebook's Internet pages. Facebook collects and processes information about your visit to our Facebook page even if you do not have a Facebook user account or if you are not logged in to Facebook. You will find more information on the processing of personal data by Facebook in its privacy and cookies policies.
As the administrator of our Facebook page, we can view your Facebook public profile as long as you like our page, when you post a comment or when you like one of our posts. Any interactions you have made, as long as these are legal, will however always remain on our page. The available information depends on the settings of your profile. We also process your personal data (such as your name and the content of your messages, requests or other contributions to us) when you contact us via our Facebook page. We process this data for the purpose of processing your contributions and, if necessary, to respond to them.
Facebook provides us with anonymous statistical data through which we can assess the quality of our Facebook page and our content (number of "likes", sharing and comments, geographic origin, interests, age, language, gender, behaviour on social networks and our Facebook page / website) and which are kept for the time necessary for this purpose. These statistics are generated on the basis of usage data collected by Facebook. Facebook is responsible for anonymous statistical data and ensures that your rights are respected in accordance with European Regulation 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data ("GDPR").
The processing of your personal data is based on our legitimate interest under the terms of Art. 6.1 f) GDPR, in particular to respond to your requests or contributions and to be able to recognize your usage preferences, adapt and improve the offer on our Facebook page according to your preferences; introduce you to the range of our products and services and inform you of contests and promotions.
You are not obliged to make your personal data available. If you do not make your personal data available, some functions may not be available or only partially.
You have the following rights and can contact us at email@example.com for:
- A right of access on the personal data we record: you have the right to obtain a confirmation of the processing or non-processing of your personal data and, where that is the case, access on this personal data. The right to access includes, among other things, the purpose of the processing, the categories of personal data concerned, the recipients or categories of recipients to whom the personal data have been or are disclosed (art. 15 GDPR).
- A right to rectification. You can demand the rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning you. You have the right to demand that we complete incomplete personal data, including by means of a supplementary declaration (art. 16 GDPR).
- A right to erasure of your personal data. You have the right, under certain conditions, to demand from us the erasure of your personal data and we will delete them (art. 17 GDPR).
- A right to limit the processing of your personal data. They can only be processed with your consent or to assert certain legal rights (art. 18 GDPR).
- You have the right to receive your personal data which you have made available to us in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable and you also have the right to transmit this data to another person (art. 20 RGPD).
- The right to lodge a complaint with any competent data protection supervisory authority when a breach of the GDPR is found (art. 15 GDPR).