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Privacy Policy

GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE (CGU)

ARTICLE 1. RESPONSIBLE EDITOR

The website www.musicchapel.org is edited by: Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel SA
whose registered office is located at the following address:
Rue de Brederode, Brussels 1000 – Belgium
The publishing director of the site is:
Bernard de Launoit as CEO

ARTICLE 2. PRESENTATION OF THE SITE

The purpose of the www.musicchapel.org website is to promote the Chapelle Musicale, its presentation of its programming and the practical information it provides.

ARTICLE 3. CONTACT

For any questions or requests for information regarding the site or any report of illegal content or activities, the user may contact the publisher at the following e-mail address: info@cmre.be

ARTICLE 4. ACCEPTANCE OF THE TERMS OF USE

Access to and use of the site is subject to acceptance of and compliance with these General Terms and Conditions of Use.
The publisher reserves the right to modify, at any time and without notice, the site and services as well as these T&Cs, in particular to adapt to changes in the site by making new features available or by deleting or modifying existing features.
It is therefore recommended that the user refers to the latest version of the T&Cs, which can be accessed at any time on the site, before browsing. In the event of disagreement with the T&Cs, no use of the site may be made by the user.

ARTICLE 5. ACCESS AND NAVIGATION

The publisher implements the technical solutions at its disposal to allow access to the site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. However, it may at any time suspend, limit or interrupt access to the site or to certain pages of it in order to carry out updates, modifications of its content or any other action deemed necessary for the proper functioning of the site.
Connection to and browsing of the www.musicchapel.org website constitutes unreserved acceptance of these General Terms and Conditions of Use, regardless of the technical means of access and the terminals used.
These T&Cs apply, as appropriate, to any declination or extension of the site on existing or future social and/or community networks.

ARTICLE 6. SITE MANAGEMENT

For the proper management of the site, the publisher may at any time:
– suspend, interrupt or limit access to all or part of the site, reserve access to the site, or to certain parts of the site, to a specific category of Internet user;
– delete any information that may disrupt its operation or contravene national or international laws
– suspend the site in order to make updates.

ARTICLE 7. RESPONSIBILITIES

The publisher is only responsible for the content he has edited himself.
The publisher is not responsible:
– in the event of technical, computer problems or failures or compatibility of the site with any hardware or software;
– direct or indirect, material or immaterial, foreseeable or unforeseeable damage resulting from the use or difficulties in using the site or its services;
– the intrinsic characteristics of the Internet, in particular those relating to unreliability and lack of security of the information circulating on it;
– illegal content or activities using its site without its being duly informed within the meaning of the Law on Trust in the Digital Economy and the Law on the Protection of Individuals with regard to the Processing of Personal Data.
In addition, the site cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the information provided on it.
The user is responsible:
– the protection of its equipment and data;
– the use he makes of the site or its services;
– if it does not comply with the letter or spirit of these T&Cs.

ARTICLE 8. HYPERLINKS

The site may contain hypertext links to other websites over which www.musicchapel.org has no control. Despite the prior and regular checks carried out by the publisher, he declines all responsibility for the content that can be found on these sites.
The publisher authorises the setting up of hypertext links to any page or document on its site, provided that the setting up of these links is not for commercial or advertising purposes.
In addition, the prior information of the site editor is necessary before any hypertext link is set up.
Excluded from this authorization are sites disseminating information of an illegal, violent, controversial, pornographic, xenophobic nature or that may harm the sensitivity of the greatest number of people.

Finally, www.musicchapel.org reserves the right to delete at any time a hypertext link to its site if the site considers it not in accordance with its editorial policy.

ARTICLE 9. PRIVATE DATA COLLECTION

On a page of this site, your personal data is collected by the Chapelle Musicale through a form.
This form allows you to subscribe to regular information from the Chapel about its activities or related to them.
Data collected : First name*, last name*, email**, full address*** and
Your data is kept as long as the Chapel is active. In the event of a cessation of activities, all private data collected will be deleted. At any time you can contact the Chapel by email, post or telephone to change or delete your data.
La Chapelle Musicale undertakes never to share, transfer, rent or sell your personal data. They will only be used within the framework defined above and in accordance with your choice(s).

ARTICLE 10. COOKIES

To ensure the proper functioning of this site, we sometimes have to record small data files on our users’ equipment. Most large websites do the same.

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that websites save on your computer or mobile device when you visit them. It allows these sites to remember your actions and preferences (username, language, font size and other display settings) for a given time, so you don’t have to re-enter this information each time you visit these sites or browse from one page to another.

How do we use cookies?
La Chapelle uses cookies to collect statistics on its online visitors. This data must be used to optimize the functionalities of its site as well as its communication and advertising strategy on the Internet.
The Chapel uses occasional cookies, permanent cookies, internal cookies and third-party cookies, or may intend to use them in the future. Access to the information contained in these cookies is limited to the administrative team. They are not used for any purpose other than those described above. The offline identity of Internet users who visit our site is not linked to the content of the files. To withdraw your consent, you simply delete the cookies and cache memory of your browser or disable them using a browser extension or plug-in with this type of function.

How to control cookies
You can control and/or delete cookies as you wish. For more information, visit aboutcookies.org. You have the option to delete all cookies already stored on your computer and configure most browsers to block them. However, in this case, you may need to specify certain preferences yourself each time you visit a site, and some services and features may not be available.

ARTICLE 11. GOOGLE ANALYTICS

The website uses Google Analytics to analyse usage statistics. You can find more information about Google’s privacy policies at https://privacy.google.com/intl/fr_fr/businesses/compliance/#?modal_active=none

ARTICLE 12. APPLICABLE LAW AND COMPETENT JURISDICTION

These General Terms and Conditions of Use are governed by Belgian law.

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