Privacy Statement

Following the privacy laws, I have created this privacy statement for and

I encourage you to read it when visiting my website. It contains information about what I collect, why I collect it, and how you can exercise your rights.

As the European and Belgian legislation may be updated, and therefore also my Privacy Statement, I recommend you consult this statement again from time to time.

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Leuven, Belgium

Collection of personal data

I collect personal data, such as the data you provide to me through the website, email, LinkedIn or phone. I process these data because you asked information about my services, you use my services, or because you respond to a blog post or subscribe to a mailing list.

These are the personal data that may be processed:

– First name

– Last name

– Email address

– Your website

– Your telephone number

– IP address from which you visit the website

– Type of device with which you visit the website

– Other personal data that you actively provide, for example in a reaction to a blog or social media post or in email

– Information about your activities on the website (e.g. browser type and language, referral and exit pages, operating system and other data)

If you use my services and I sent you an invoice, I’ll additionally collect and store the following data:

– Postal address

– Company name

– VAT number, if applicable

Why do I keep personal data?

– Once you post a comment under a blog on, your name, email address, website if applicable, your IP address and the content of the post will become visible to me. I will keep this information until you delete your post or I delete it.

– When sending an email, I will see your email address, name and the content of the email. I will keep all emails for several years, in accordance with Belgian law.

– I use the statistics program Google Analytics to track your visit on the website, so that I can improve the website and tailor the offering to your preferences. The tracking data of Google Analytics will be kept for 14 months.

– To create invoices, I process your name, company name, email address, invoice address, phone number, and VAT number. For the Belgian tax authorities, these data must be kept for 5 years.

– I will not use your data for other purposes than those described above. Thus, your data will not be passed on for commercial purposes and/or charities.

– On my website, no personal information is collected such as information about political opinions, ethnic background, religious beliefs, health, criminal records or other matters.


If you want to know which personal data of yours I have, you may send me an e-mail with a request to inspect them. If you find inaccuracies, you may request to change, supplement, delete or block this information. You can also request to transfer your personal data, or you can object to the processing of your personal data because of special circumstances. To make sure that a request is really yours, please send me a copy of your ID. To protect your privacy, you may blacken out your photo, MRZ (machine readable zone, the strip with numbers at the bottom of the passport), passport number and national registry number.


I hold the protection of personal data very high. Therefore, I take the necessary measures to prevent abuse, loss, unauthorized access, unwanted disclosure and unauthorized modification. If you feel that your data is not properly protected or if there are indications of problems, please contact me at


On this website I use functional and analytical cookies. These are small text files that are stored in the browser of your computer, tablet or smartphone when you visit the website for the first time. The cookies I use have a purely technical functionality. This ensures that the website functions properly and that your preferences are remembered.

Through Google Analytics places cookies that register your surfing behavior. When you visit this website for the first time, you will be informed about the cookies and you will be asked for your permission to place them. You can opt out by setting your browser to not store cookies anymore. Previously stored information can be deleted through the settings of your browser.

Social media buttons

On the blog and the footer of you’ll find social media buttons. These make it easy to follow a website or share blogs on social media. Most social media work with their own cookies. Be sure to read the privacy statements of the relevant social media channels to know how they handle your information.

Filing a complaint

Should you disagree with the way I handle your personal data, send me an email and we will first see if we can solve the issues together. If we can’t work it out, you can file a complaint with the Data Protection Authority, the body supervising the protection of personal data in Belgium.


Do you have further questions about my privacy or cookie policy, the insight and accuracy of the personal data you gave me through this website, or requests to delete old information? Please send an email to

As the European and Belgian legislation may be updated, and therefore also my Privacy Statement, I recommend you consult this statement again from time to time.