Privacy Policy

General privacy policy statement

Our policy for the protection of your personal details is entirely in accordance with all statutory provisions of Belgium and the European Union: The Belgian law dated 8 December 1992 (the so-called ” Privacy Act “), amended by the law dated 11 December 1998 and in force since 1 September 2001. European Directive No. 95/46/EC dated 24 October 1995 relating to the protection of privacy.

The Belgian law dated 8 December 1992 (the so-called ” Privacy Act “), amended by the law dated 11 December 1998 entitles you to check and, if necessary, correct this information. You have also the right to object to the use of the collected information. In this document, we show you what exactly happens to your details. If you have any further questions, you can always contact us by e-mail:

1. Information collection

IDDI undertakes not to record or hold any personal details (i.e. surname, first name, company, sex, age, address, telephone number, e-mail address) unless it has been provided by the person concerned via a form. This means that IDDI will only collect and hold personal details that you have voluntarily provided us with via a form on our site. In details: If you visit the IDDI site, IDDI may only check the IP address from which you are operating.

IDDI will only process personal details (i.e. surname, first name, address, e-mail, company, date of birth, sex) that have been collected via a form.
If you request information via e-mail, your details (i.e. your name and e-mail address) will only be used to provide you with information on the topic you specify in the e-mail.
IDDI does not use Cookies.

2. Use of information

IDDI complies with the law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy as amended by the law of 11 December 1998 and will only proceed to process (i.e. collect, store, delete, consult and use) personal details if:

  • The personal details derive from a person who has explicitly, i.e. via a form, given permission for his/her personal details to be accessed and used.
  • The processing of these personal details is necessary in order to carry out the operation for which the person concerned has provided his/her personal details.

This person has the right to obtain access to his/her personal data and to obtain the deletion or correction of personal data that is inaccurate or out of date.

At any moment, he/she has the right to oppose the processing of his/her personal data for direct marketing purposes (i.e. after subscription to a newsletter, after having been contacted by our company).

In order to exercise these rights, please send an e-mail to IDDI at the following e-mail address:

In accordance with the law, IDDI undertakes only to hold and process personal details for the purposes requested by the person concerned.

All information provided will not be given/sold to third parties.

3. The principles of legitimacy, honesty, finiteness, proportionality and quality

IDDI respects the principle of legitimacy whenever it processes personal details. This means that IDDI will act completely in accordance with the laws and decrees relating to this matter. We also guarantee that personal details will be processed in accordance with the principles of honesty, finiteness and proportionality.
This means that:

  • The information will be obtained and processed honestly and legitimately.
  • The information will be processed for specific, clearly defined purposes in accordance with the expectations of the person concerned.
  • The information will be accurate, and will be updated if necessary.
  • The information will only be held during the period of the purpose for which it is processed.

Finally, IDDI strives to ensure the adequate quality of your details.
Personal details that IDDI holds and/or processes are adequately protected.
Persons within the company that are involved in the processing of information are informed of the law on privacy.