Protection of personal data
Terhills attaches a lot of importance to the protection of your privacy. Most information is available without you needing to provide personal data. In some cases, you are asked for personal information, however. Your data is then handled in accordance with the law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with respect to the processing of personal data and the Royal Decree of 13 February 2001 implementing the law of 8 December 1992 on the protection of privacy with respect to the processing of personal data.
Terhills provides the following guarantees here:
- The personal data is only collected and processed to provide the requested information or desired service. The processing of the personal data is restricted to the intended purpose.
- The personal data is not shared with third parties and is not used for direct marketing, unless you agreed to this yourself via ‘opt in’.
- Terhills takes the best possible security measures to prevent third parties from misusing your personal data.
Provision of personal data through online registration module:
Through provision of your personal data, you accept that this personal data will be registered and processed by Terhills, Kempische Steenweg 311 bus 4.01, 3500 Hasselt. The latter is responsible for the processing. You accept that the registration and processing of your personal data is carried out in all confidentiality by Terhills or by its appointees.
What are cookies and why do we use them?
Cookies are small text or number files that the browser saves on your computer when you visit a website.
Terhills places cookies on your computer to improve the user-friendliness of the website and to analyse how we can improve our service.
Which cookies does this website use?
Cookies used to make the website secure. These cookies are removed soon after the visit to our website.
Google Analytics: We consult the user statistics for our website via Google Analytics. A number of cookies are downloaded in this respect when you visit the site. Through these _GA cookies, we can check the number of visitors to our website and collect specific demographic data (e.g. country of origin).
Targeting cookies: these cookies are used to optimise our SEA campaigns = advertising in search engines.
Can you prevent or remove cookies?
If you want to prevent certain cookies from being installed on your computer, you can do this via the settings in your browser’s internet options. Under the ‘privacy’ tab, you can specify which cookies you do or do not wish to receive.
You can also remove cookies via the internet options in your browser, using ‘delete browser history’.
All texts, illustrations, the layout and the functionality of this website are protected by copyright. You can print the texts and illustrations for private use; these may only be distributed following permission from Terhills. Quotes can be used provided that a reference is always made to the authentic source. Reproduction is permitted on the condition that you always refer to the authentic source, except for commercial purposes, in which case reproduction, even with reference to the source, is not permitted.
The permission to reproduce material protected by copyright only applies to the elements of the site for which Terhills is the copyright holder. Permission to reproduce material, the copyright for which is held by third parties, must be obtained from the relevant copyright holder.
Hyperlinks and references
On this website, hyperlinks are used to direct you to the websites of other institutions and organisations and to sources of information managed by third parties. Terhills has absolutely no technical or content-related control or say over these websites and can therefore offer no guarantee whatsoever on the completeness and accuracy of the content and the availability of the websites and sources of information.
The hyperlinks to other websites do not in any way authenticate the external site or its content. The links are provided to you for your information and for ease of use. Terhills accepts no liability for direct or indirect damage resulting from consultation or use of such external websites and their content.