Who are we?
We are This Might Work BV(with registered offices at Kerkstraat 90, 2222 Itegem Belgium, and registered with the KBO under number 0747.500.608) and act as data controller of the personal data we collect and process.
This means that we determine which personal data we collect and use, how we do so and why. We also make sure we always do this in line with the applicable laws and regulations.
We are your point of contact and that of the supervisory data protection authorities for all questions relating to the use of your personal data.
Which personal data do we process, and why?
This Might Work tries to limit the about of personal data it collects and processes to an absolute minimum.
In general, we don't collect or process any personal data. By exception personal data collected via a form (contact form, newsletter). We may use this data to contact you directly or send you the requested content. In these cases This Might Work will always and explicitly ask for your consent. We collect your e-mail address, name and phone number for our contact form only when you provide us with it and explicitly opt-in.
We use Plausible Analytics to collect analytics data form our website. This is done without collecting any personal data or personally identifiable information.
How do we protect your personal data?
This Might Work has implemented appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect the personal data contained in our systems and databases as much as possible against unauthorised access and/or use, loss or theft.
Do we pass on your personal data? And to whom?
In limited cases we use third parties services and tools to provide our services. As part of this, these third parties may be given access to your personal data that is necessary for them to perform their task on our behalf.
Currently we use the following services and tools:
- Plausible Analytics
What about commercial usage?
We never share or sell your personal data to third parties for commercial or any other usage.
This Might Work uses your personal data for commercial purposes only at the initiative of the website visitor(web form) and after explicit consent.
What about cookies?
Cookies are files with a small amount of data that are commonly used as anonymous unique identifiers. These are sent to your browser from the websites that you visit and are stored on your device's internal memory.
What are your rights?
You have the right to ask This Might Work to provide access to the personal data that relate to you, to have them corrected, erased, transferred or to object to their processing.
- Right of access. This means that you can request an overview of your personal data and information regarding the processing of this data.
- Right to update personal data. This means that you can ask to correct incomplete, incorrect, inappropriate or outdated personal data.
- Right to the erasure of your data. This means that you can have your data deleted.
- Right to restrict the processing of your data. This means that in specific cases you can request that the processing of your personal data be (temporarily) restricted.
- Right to portability. This means that you can ask for your data to be transferred to a third party in a structured and readable form.
- Right to object to processing of your data. This means that you can object to processing that is not necessary for the performance of the contract or not necessary for compliance with a legal obligation. An example of this is processing in the context of Direct Marking purposes.
If you want to exercise your rights, have a question or complaint you can send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also send your question, complaint or request by letter to the attention of the Data Protection Officer (or "DPO"):
This Might Work BV
Last update: 23/02/2021
The supervisory authority
If you have a complaint in connection with the processing of your personal data by This Might Work, or if you wish to initiate a procedure for mediation, you can contact the Data Protection Authority via https://www.gegevensbeschermingsautoriteit.be/burger/acties/klacht-indienen