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General policy in the field of data processing and protection

This document contains the general policy on data processing and protection of
Department of Culture, Youth and Media (DCJM)(link is external)
Arenberggebouw
Arenbergstraat 9
1000 Brussels
Belgium
What does this document contain?

• Who processes your personal data?
• When will DCJM collect and process your personal data?
• What data does DCJM process about you?
• How does DCJM collect and process your personal data?
• For what purposes does DCJM process your personal data?
• What are the foundations for the processing of personal data by DCJM?
• How long does DCJM store your personal data?
• Are your personal details communicated to others?
• Are your personal data transferred outside the European Union?
• What rights do you have?
• How are your personal data secured?
• General information clause
• What cookies are used on this website?


Who processes your personal data?
Your personal data will be processed by DCJM. This is the controller for the processing of your personal data that is described and explained in this document. The starting point is that DCJM only processes personal data and has it processed as far as this fits within the tasks assigned to it. Moreover, this always takes place in accordance with the provisions as prescribed by the General Data Protection Regulation (AVG), supplemented if necessary by federal and Flemish regulations on the protection of personal data processing.

For information and general questions about how DCJM processes your personal data, you can always contact the DCJM Data Protection Officer (DPO) via the data processing officer (link sends e-mail). You can always go there with comments and suggestions and to exercise the rights that the regulations give you.

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When does DCJM collect and process your personal data?

DCJM collects and processes information about you when you contact her in the context of the services she provides and applies for (such) service (s). It is also possible that your data is processed when you contact us for a general question.

In addition, it may happen that the legislator or legislator develops a regulation that gives DCJM the assignment to give you an advantage, without having to submit an application. This requires that DCJM knows that you are eligible for that benefit. In some cases, the scheme may result in you being officially granted a disadvantage, such as imposing a fine. DCJM will then also have to check whether it should apply that regulation to you and therefore process your data.

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What data does DCJM process about you?

The information we process about you is personal data. This means that that data allows you to identify yourself or still, to establish a bond with you as a natural person.

The information we process depends on the concrete services that we offer and provide. Normally, this involves identification data (so that we know who you are) and all kinds of data that are important to be able to claim on the service.

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How does DCJM collect and process your personal data?

We obtain the personal data we need in two ways.

1. First of all, there are data that we request directly from you, by filling in an application form or by attaching various documents listed in the regulations. In addition, there is information that we obtain in another way, namely by consulting and requesting it from other government departments that already have it.
2. If information about you is requested from other government departments, this will always be done with the application of the principles on the protection in the processing of personal data that apply to the communication of personal data, such as, if necessary, continuing at federal or Flemish level. are or are specified. Personal data are retrieved from the crossroads data leaflet personal data according to the guidelines of the decree of 18 July 2008 concerning electronic administrative data traffic. (link is external)

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For what purposes does DCJM process your personal data?

DCJM processes your personal data in the context of the public services that you request from us or for which you contact us. This requires that we have personal data. This concerns in particular the tasks DCJM offers on the basis of the regulations that it has set up or has granted the provision of these services. The complete overview of the tasks (link is external).

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What are the bases for the processing of personal data by DCJM?

The purposes for which DCJM processes your personal data are the tasks of general interest with which DCJM is charged. As a public service, DCJM is only allowed and allowed to process your personal data in the public interest, as described by the legislator and the decree. The regulations that assign our tasks of general interest (link is external).

In some cases it may also be that the processing is imposed by the legislator or decree. Then that legal obligation forms the basis for the processing. You can find these regulations here:
• Arts Decree
• Cultural Heritage Decree
• …


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How long does DCJM store your personal data?

The general rule is that your personal data will only be kept for as long as is necessary to provide the services for which they are necessary. This means practically that as long as you use services that DCJM offers, your personal data will be processed. They are also kept afterwards during the period during which DCJM can be held liable for the services provided. That period is determined per task in the information management plan. After expiration of this limitation period, the data will in principle be deleted, unless it is decided that there is a general interest (historical, cultural or otherwise) to keep them further.

In the custody, a distinction is made between the period in which your file is active and the period in which it becomes passive. Your file is active as long as you use the service provided. Afterwards it becomes passive, which means that only a limited number of employees of the competent service still have access to your data.

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Are your personal details communicated to others?

Your data is mainly processed internally, by DCJM services and employees.

It is possible that for certain punctual services we can call on third parties who act as processors. An overview of the processors we use, can be obtained on request. In that case, it is possible that your data is also delivered to these processors, but only to allow them to provide us with the relevant service and always under the control of DCJM.

Sometimes we are also required to pass on information about you. This is particularly the case when we are legally or decreeally obliged to do so or when government authorities have the right to request data from us. It is also possible that another government agency has been authorized to request information about you from us.

Finally, it is possible that other government departments may request information about you from us.
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Are your personal data transferred outside the European Union?

Your data will in principle not be transferred to third countries or international organizations, ie countries or organizations located outside the territory of the European Economic Area (European Union + Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein). This is possible to the extent that DCJM uses a cloud service provider. In that case, DCJM will take all possible measures to ensure that your data is protected in the same way as in accordance with European, federal and Flemish regulations.

To know what DCJM is doing to this end, you can contact the data processing officer (link sends e-mail).

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What rights do you have?

Where the processing is based on / is based on the general interest, you can at all times oppose the use of your data by DCJM. You have to take into account that if your resistance DCJM is not allowed or unable to process your data, it will not be possible to grant you the service or the benefit you claim.

In addition, you can always review the data that we process about you and have it corrected if necessary. To do this, it is sufficient to request this from the data processing officer (link sends e-mail), with proof of your identity. We ask that proof to prevent your data from being communicated to someone who is not entitled to it and therefore for your protection.

If you are of the opinion that your data is no longer relevant to the processing and should therefore be erased, you can also request this via the same route.



If you do not agree with the way DCJM processes your data, you can take various actions. You can contact the data processing officer (link sends e-mail) about this. In addition, you can always submit a complaint to the competent supervisory authority.

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How are your personal data protected?

Information Security Plan 2017-2020 (link is external) (609.42 kB)


General information clause

Your personal data will be processed by the Culture, Youth and Media Department for the execution of its tasks on the basis of the general interest that has been assigned to it. If you do not want us to process your data, you can oppose this via the data processing officer (link sends e-mail). Keep in mind that it is then possible that we can’t provide you with the requested service. Via the same address you can always ask which data we process about you and if necessary have them corrected or erased. It is possible that we ask you to prove your identity so that we can be sure that we deliver the data to the right person and / or respond to a request from the right person. If you have questions about the way we process your data, you can contact the data processing officer (link sends e-mail).

If you do not agree with the way in which we process your data, you can contact the Commission for the protection of privacy / Data Protection Authority (Rue des Printers 35, 1000 Brussels). You can find our data processing policy on our website on privacy and information security.

 

 

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General information
 DCJM reserves the right to change and amend this policy. Changes and adjustments will always be reported to users via the website.
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