Digital Sports BV may collect personal information through the website which will eventually be processed. Digital Sports BV will not provide your personal information to partners or third parties. This is in compliance with the Privacy Act.
What about my data, what happens with it?
Digital Sports BV collects and processes information from its customers and visitors to provide the best possible service to you. This means:
Will I receive a newsletter? You will only receive a newsletter when you choose to sign up for this newsletter. You can always ask Digital Sports BV to be removed from this newsletter by unsubscribing or emailing us your request.
What about cookies?
Additionally, this website uses Google Analytics, Google Remarketing, and the Google Display Network. You can change your preferences at all times through these pages:
The use of Google Remarketing allows us to show personal advertisements based on your interest as opposed to random ads. You will only see these ads on Google or a Google partner website. To do this Google uses both direct and indirect cookies (like the Google Analytics cookie)
Our website also uses Twitter and Facebook tracking pixels in order to measure the success of our advertising campaigns and to enable remarketing on different platforms.
This means both Twitter and Facebook will collect information about the user and their visit. You can find more information here:
What about third party websites? The privacy statement applies only to this website, not to any third party sites that can be visited by links on this website.
What about changes to the privacy statement? Digital Sports BV has the right to make changes to this Privacy Statement. We, therefore, recommend checking the Privacy Statement on a regular basis.
Have additional questions about your privacy? You can always contact our privacy officer:
Damien Rapoye email@example.com +32(0)56440209
What are my legal rights? Being the data subject, you have the following rights according to: