Last amendment: 17th February 2021
Bonami BV, with registered office Jonkheer Paul Coppietersdreef 31a, 8200 Sint-Andreies, Belgium, with company number BE0741 355 558, hereafter “Bonami” is responsible for the processing of your personal data on the website http://www.bonami.be.
Bonami is, as Belgian company in compliance with the Belgian ‘Wet van 8 December 1992 tot bescherming van de persoonlijke levenssfeer ten opzichte van de verwerking van personal data’, as amended by the Act of 11 December 1998, as well as ‘Wet van 13 juni 2005 betreffende de elektronische communicatie’ and other applicable laws and regulations.
2. PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED
2.1 The date you share with us
On the contact form or catalogue form on the website: email address, surname, first name, telephone number and company name.
2.2 The data automatically collected:
Particular data can also be collected without having been store in cookies. These can only be read by Bonami during your visit to the Website. This concerns: 1°) the TCP/IP address 2°) the type and the version of your navigation system 3°) the last visited internet page.
3. AIMS OF THE PROCESSING
3.1. General aims
Your personal data is collected to:
• Be able to provide you with the service offered on the website;
• To do market research to improve the technical and content quality of the website;
• To provide information, send emails with various offers that might interest you;
• Manage the technical administration of the website;
• After having anonymised the data, to create statistics or conduct surveys regarding the amount of visits to the different components of the website.
3.2. Direct marketing and forwarding to third parties
Your personal data is kept strictly confidential and will in no case be forwarded to third parties or used with the aim of direct marketing.
3.3. Severe violations
At request, you data can be provided to authorised authorities (Police and Justice) in case of severe violations of the law.
4. DURATION OF MAINTAINING THE DATA
All personal data is stored for a period necessary to be able to provide the service by Bonami.
5. RIGHT TO ACCESS AND IMPROVEMENT
You have the right to at any moment gain access to your personal data, improve or change this, free of charge, by sending an email to
You are fully free to share, or not share, your personal data with Bonami. You should note that particular services can be refused if you do not enter your personal details on the catalogue form and if you are the only one responsible for the correctness of the details that you share with Bonami bv.
6. RIGHT TO OBJECT
You can execute your right to object against the processing of your personal data for serious and legitimate reasons, by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org . However, you can not object to the processing of your personal data if this is necessary for the execution of contractual obligations.
7. SECURITY AND CONFIDENTIALITY
Bonami developed security measured that have been adjusted in terms of technology and organisation to avoid the destruction, loss, falsification, change, unauthorised access or accidental access to third parties of personal data collected on the website, as well as any other prohibited processing of this data.
In no case can Bonami bv be held liable for any direct or indirect damage resulting from incorrect or illegitimate use of the personal data by a third party.
Cookies and similar technologies, however, do not allow the systematic collection of data that could identify the users of our website. They only help us to improve the functioning of our website, to understand what the interests of our users are and to measure how effective the content of our website is.
8.2. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text and number file that we store in your browser or on the hard-drive of your computer. This way we are able to memorise your preferences when using our website.
8.3. Types of cookies
Cookies can be subdivided based on origin, their function and lifespan.
• First-party cookies are cookies that are placed by a website at the moment that it is visited by the user.
• Third-party cookies are cookies that are placed by another domain name that that of the website that is visited by the user. If a user visits a website and a third party cookie take place via that website, than this is a third-party cookie. (for instance cookies placed by Google, Twitter and Facebook).
• Functional cookies are cookies that ensure that the website functions properly (for instance cookies for login or registration, language preferences, shopping carts, etc.). Functional cookies are logically first party cookies.
• Non-functional cookies are cookies that can be placed for statistical, social, targeting and commercial aims. They have nothing to do with the mere support of the website. Cookies with statistical aims allow the assessment of which pages of the website you visit, where your computer is localised, etc. Cookies with social aims enable the user to directly share the content of the website visited with others via social media. Cookies with targeting aims allow that a profile of your browsing behaviour is created so that the advertisements shown can be attuned to your interests. Non-functional cookies can be first-party or third-party cookies.
• Permanent cookies: These cookies remain present on the device of the user for the time determined in the cookie. They are activated every time the user visits the website that places this cookie (for instance cookies placed by social media such as Twitter, Facebook, Google Analytics etc.). Most non-functional cookies are permanent cookies.
• Session cookies: These cookies allow the simplification and linkage of the actions of a user during a browse session. A browse session starts when the user opens the browser window and ends when the user closer the browser window. Session cookies are placed temporarily. As soon as you close the browser, all session cookies will be removed. Most functional cookies are session cookies.
8.4. Your approval
If you wish to retract your approval, you have to remove your cookies by means of your browser settings. For more information about the removal or blocking of cookies you can visit the following website: http://www.aboutcookies.org/how-to-control-cookies/.
8.5. Changing your browser settings
We wish to inform you that web browsers allow you to change your settings. These settings can usually be found in the menu ‘Options’ or ‘Preferences’ of your web browser. To understand these settings better, the following links can be of use. If not, the ‘Help’ function in your web browser should provide more detail.
• Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
• Cookie settings in Firefox
• Cookie settings in Chrome
• Cookie settings in Safari
8.6. More information about cookies
Information about cookies
Further useful information about cookies is available here: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/
Internet Advertising Bureau
The interest group of digital marketers created a guide about online behavioural advertising and online privacy. This guide is available here: http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/
9. APPLICABLE LAW AND JURISDICTION CLAUSE