Eurolife undertakes to process the personal data of the visitors of its website in compliance with the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 which is fully applicable since 25 May 2018 (General Data Protection Regulation).

A. Concerning the GDPR

According to the Regulation (EU) 2016/679, a personal data is any information allowing a direct or indirect identification of a natural person (hereinafter called the data subject). This information can be a name, a telephone number, an e-mail address, a location data, an online identifier, or one or more elements specific to one’s physical, genetic, psychological, cultural, social identity, etc.

Eurolife collects the names and e-mail addresses of Internet users when they voluntarily complete the contact form on its website.

The purpose of the processing of the personal data that are collected via the form is clearly indicated on the Contact us page.

The personal data are processed exclusively in order to provide the data subject (i.e. the person who completed the form) with the information requested concerning Eurolife or its service offering. The personal data are only processed by Renato Jannone; being de facto the sole controller. He resides at 19 rue Tenbosch in 1000 Brussels.

The provision of personal data via the form by the data subjects is not a statutory or contractual requirement or a requirement necessary to enter into a contract. However, some of them are necessary to perform the above processing. They are indicated by an asterisk. Finally, this processing does not imply any obligation to reply on the part of the data subject.

The personal data are not transmitted to another person – neither in Belgium nor abroad – in order to guarantee their confidentiality. And they are only kept in Renato Jannone’s secure Microsoft Exchange messaging inbox for the time necessary to process them.

Under regulation (EU) 2016/679, which is fully applicable since 25 May 2018, data subjects have the following rights:

  • Right to transparency of information and communications coming from the controller (see article 12 that defines also the modalities for the exercise of the rights of the data subjects);
  • Right to information when their personal data are collected (see articles 13 and 14);
  • Right of access to their personal data (see article 15);
  • Right to rectification of their personal data (see article 16);
  • Right to erasure of their personal data (right to be forgotten – see article 17);
  • Right to restriction of processing of their personal data (cf. article 18);
  • Right to obtain information on the recipients to whom their personal data have been communicated (see article 19):
  • Right to portability of their personal data (see article 20);
  • Right to object to the processing of their personal data, in particular for direct marketing purposes (see article 21);
  • Right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling (see article 22);
  • Right to information about any violation of their personal data that can likely expose them to a high risk to their rights and freedoms (see article 34).

The data subjects are informed of the existence of these rights when they provide their personal data via our website.

To exercise their rights – with regard to the processing of their personal data collected through our website -, they may send a postal letter or en e-mail to Renato Jannone. When requested by a data subject, the information may be provided orally, provided that the identity of the data subject is proven by other means.

Any data subject who considers that the processing of its personal data constitutes a violation of the legal provisions which are applicable has the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority, namely the Data Protection Authority.

B. Concerning the cookies

1. Introduction

Cookies are small text files containing information. They are placed on the hard drive of Internet users’ terminals (computer, smartphone, etc.) when they visit websites.

Cookies have their own purposes. For example, allowing and facilitating communication by electronic means or allowing multilingual websites to memorise and later apply visitors’ language choices. However, some sites might also place cookies to collect and read information about visitors in order to identify the IP addresses of their terminals as well as their browsing habits, their location and the equipment they use.

What about the deposit of cookies? The general rule is that the deposit of a cookie on the hard drive of a terminal of a visitor cannot be done without the latter has previously expressed his consent. However, there are exceptions. They apply to essential and functional cookies, which are cookies that are necessary to send a communication via an electronic network or to provide a service expressly requested by the vistor of a website.

2. Cookie placed on the hard drive of the terminals of visitors of our site

Only one cookie is placed. This is the cookie SERVERID31394.

It is an essential cookie which is necessary for the optimal functioning of our website. It identifies the server responsible for displaying the pages of our website correctly.

It is placed on the hard drive of the Internet users’ terminals under the domain name www.eurolife.be as soon as they visit our website. It expires when they close their browser.

3. Delete cookies via your browser

Most browsers are configured to automatically accept cookies. However, you can configure your browser to block them. That said, the new settings will have no effect on cookies already installed on your terminal’s hard drive. You must therefore, if you wish, delete them via your browser.

To find out how to delete cookies in:

For other browsers, you can read their Help section.

C. About hypertext links

Our website contains hypertext links to other websites; the objective being to allow Internet users to find additional information. However, Eurolife cannot guarantee that these sites comply with the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council. We therefore invite Internet users to read the privacy policies relating to these sites so that they can ensure it by themselves.

To find out more about the protection of personal data, you can consult the information on the website of the Data Protection Authority.