We collect information on skot.be for a variety of reasons, and some of it is shared with other organizations. This policy is here to tell you what information we collect, why we collect it, how we process it and with whom it is shared.
The information is collected by Unicorn SPRL, a Belgian registered company (BCE 0464.831.62). In this document the terms "we", "us" and "our" refer to Unicorn SPRL.
We collect and process information under the rules of Belgian and EU law (notably the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect on May 25, 2018).
Except where noted otherwise, the information collected on skot.be is stored on servers hosted by OVH, a French web hosting company. Our contract with OVH requires them to provide physical and network security for the hosted data. OVH has no access to information stored on our servers, except that which is strictly necessary for providing hosting services.
No other organisations have access to the servers used for hosting skot.be.
Information on the skot.be servers is secured with industry standard access controls and encryption.
We collect a small amount of information using third party providers, such as Google Analytics. Each of these cases is noted below in detail.
As with almost all web sites, every time you interact with skot.be, our web server software records that in a log file. The information collected includes:
We analyze the collected information to discover usage trends, detect performance issues in our software, and to detect malicious or fraudulent use of the site. We have a legitimate interest to improve our software and to detect and block fraud and misuse of our platform. Collecting and processing server log files is a routine activity for all web sites and computer systems, and we believe that users have a reasonable expectation that this information will be processed.
We do not share this information with any other organization.
In common with the majority of web sites, we use Google Analytics to monitor, analyze and report on usage of our website.
In turn Google provides us with aggregate reports that we can use to spot trends in usage and technology and thus improve the services we offer.
We have a legitimate interest to improve skot.be, and we have balanced this interest against the interests of the individuals by:
Almost every commercial website uses Google Analytics or other comparable software to track user behaviour, and we believe that users have a reasonable expectation that this information will be processed.
Google is committed to complying with all relevant privacy and data protection laws. You can opt out from Google Analytics by clicking here to install the Opt-out Browser Add-on
In order to provide you with a service, we request data from you, for example:
If you choose to log into skot.be using a social media account (eg Facebook), we collect the information shared with us by that service. This includes your name and email address, your username and profile picture. Before collecting this information your social media platform shows you a screen explaining the data you are about to share with us.
We do not share this information with any other organizations.
We collect this information for the following purposes:
If we want to contact you for other reasons, for example to send you emails telling you about changes to our service, offers, competitions or news that is relevant to your usage of skot.be, we will expressly ask you for your consent first, and you can withdraw this at any time.
We keep your information for as long as your account is held open.
You may delete your account any time from your user account profile page. This will cause all information directly related to your account to be deleted, including all personally identifiable information we hold for you.
We embed services provided by other organizations into the skot.be website. Because these organizations are outside of our control, we provide a list of all embedded services we use with links to their privacy policies to help you understand what information these companies are collecting from you: