Lingua Fortuna ASBL Private Policy

  1. General

We collect and use your personal data to offer you personalized communication. We protect your data and respect your rights. We place a lot of importance on your personal data. We therefore make it a point of honor to protect them. The use we make of your personal data respects the rights you have under the law. However, we need your personal data in order to permanently offer you personalized communication that is more adapted to your wishes. We collect this personal data through our via our website. You are then registered in our customer database. In this Privacy Statement, we disclose the manner in which we collect, store and use your personal information. Caution: If you are redirected to another website or application, the privacy statement of the other site or application is applicable. The website concerned is The latter depends on the non-profit association Lingua Fortuna, whose head office is located Chemin des Maures 3 Virelles 6461 Belgium, registered under the BE0689.773.136 company number. Only the aforementioned NGO can use your personal data.

  1. What personal data do we collect and use?

We collect the data you give us, the data relating to your visits to our website.

Some of the personal information we use has been provided by you. For example, when you used the contact form via our website. You provide us with your surname, first name, address, language preference, date of birth, interests and contact details. It is also the data you give us when you register for an action, contest or survey.

  1. Why and on what basis do we collect your personal data?

We need your data to be able to offer you a personalized communication. We apply strict internal (communication) rules in this area and use your data to improve and personalize our services.

Sending communications to your attention

Your data is especially necessary to send you newsletters adapted to your geographical area, your interests, your age group, etc.

Improvement and customization of services

We are constantly improving the service offered. That’s why it’s in our best interest to consider how we can do it for you. In this context, we establish your profile, based on your personal data, your use of the website, etc.

  1. Who has access to your personal data?

ASBL Lingua Fortuna will never sell your data. Only Lingua Fortuna ASBL can use your data. In no case will your data be transmitted or sold to a third party. They are kept on a secure platform in France and accessible via a login and password that only the non-profit association Lingua Fortuna has in its possession. However, despite all our efforts in this area, we can never fully guarantee the security and protection of your personal data.

  1. How long do we keep your personal data?

We keep your profile data as long as you are active. They are then deleted after 10 years of non-use on your part.

  1. What are your rights as a User?

We always consider the rights you have under the law. You can change your data, correct erroneous data, ask us not to use your data for direct marketing purposes, etc. the non-profit association Lingua Fortuna places a lot of importance on the protection of your personal data. The use we make of them respects the rights you have under the law. That’s why we summarize them all below. You can contact us via the contact details listed at the end of this Privacy Statement to exercise these rights. If so, we are required to control your identity. You can request an overview of the personal data that we keep for you. You can have the erroneous data corrected and also delete the data that are no longer relevant. You may request not to use your data for direct marketing purposes. You can do this by sending us an email request to You can ask us to limit the use of your personal data or to oppose the use of your personal data.

  1. How can you contact us?

You have complaints about our management of your personal data? Contact our official in charge of the protection of personal data at If it cannot provide you with sufficient help, you can always contact the Belgian Data Protection Authority and lodge a complaint.

  1. Changes to this

Confidentiality declaration

Stay informed of changes and review this Privacy Statement on a regular basis. We develop and constantly evolve our services so that we can continue to offer you the best possible offer. This is why we will regularly update this Privacy Statement so that it always correctly explains how we treat your personal data. Although we make every effort to bring your attention to the changes, we recommend that you periodically review this Privacy Statement. It is your responsibility to keep up to date with the accommodations. This Privacy Statement was last modified on 09/12/2019.