Personal data
protection charter


Article 1 - Privacy Policy jurisdiction and definitions


This Privacy Policy is governed by the laws of Belgium and will be interpreted in accordance with the Belgian courts. You can get on this page, for your reading comfort and understanding, a full translation in English of the Privacy Policy of the current website.

The below listed words define:

« Personal data » : « any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person ; an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental,

economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person », as defined in Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council.

« Site », « Website » ou « Service » : the website https://www.paperit.com and all its pages

« Publisher » : MMOV, the legal or natural person responsible for editing and publishing content on the site.

« User »: the person visiting and using the site. Any client as a legal entity, or a natural person who communicates a VAT number when ordering, is automatically considered as a professional.

Article 2 - Introduction and role of the current document


This privacy policy informs you of the commitments the Publisher is taking in order to respect your privacy and protect the personal data collected and processed when using the website.

By registering on the site, you agree to provide true information about yourself. Communicating false information is contrary to the Terms and Conditions of Use published on the site.

You may at any time make a request in order to know what personal data is held about you, to object to its treatment, to edit or delete it by contacting the website publisher at this address : contact@paperit.com.

Article 3 - Data collection on the website


The data collected and processed by the site are those that you provide voluntarily by filling in the various forms available within the site.

In accordance with the recommendations of the (Commission for the protection of the Privacy), and the Privacy Act of December 8, 1992, the data collected and processed by the site are those that you provide voluntarily by filling in the various forms available within the site.

The details of users of the site who will have registered on it will be saved.

Users have the right to access, remove, modify or rectify the data they have provided. For this, all they have to do is request it from the publication director (contact details in the General terms and conditions of the website).

For some operations on the contents, you may be required to transmit data about you to third-party partners through their own services, specifically when making payments. We will not collect

such data, their collection and processing being made by and governed by conditions of the aforementioned partners. We invite you to check their Terms and Conditions of Use before providing them with your data.

Automated transmissions

Your IP address (identification number assigned to your computer on the Internet) is collected automatically.

You are informed that the service is likely to implement an automatic tracking process (Cookie), which you can prevent by modifying the settings of your browser, as explained in the Terms and Conditions of Use of this site.

Article 4 - Collection purposes


Data identified as mandatory on the site forms are necessary for users to properly use site services and functionalities, specifically actions on the website contents.

Unless expressly stated during the collection or by contacting the Publisher, this data may also be used for marketing purposes, in order to offer you similar products and services.

Automated transmissions

The data collected automatically by our service may make it possible to perform statistics on the consultation of the web pages, and to improve as well as to personalize the services offered and the information addressed to the user.

Article 5 - Use of collected data


Data we collect about you are processed for the purposes of implementation of operations on the site contents.

You are likely to receive e-mails from our service, including newsletters. You can refuse to receive such e-mails by contacting us at contact@paperit.com or by using the link provided for this purpose in the newsletters that will be sent to you.

For some data only, identified in the corresponding form and subject to your voluntary acceptance through said form, you agree to your data being transmitted to our business partners for marketing

or advertising purposes. We inform you that such disclosure to third parties excludes all payment and bank data.

These business partners may send you by e-mail punctual promotional operations. These partners have been specially chosen by the Publisher because of the quality of their products and services. You can ask to stop receiving these emails at any time by contacting us at contact@paperit.com or by using the link provided for this purpose on the emails that will be sent to you.

Article 6 - Data security


You are informed that your data may be disclosed by the publisher, to preserve its rights and interests, if it is required to do so because of an applicable law, court order or governmental regulation, or if such disclosure is otherwise necessary in support of any criminal or other legal investigation.

Article 7 - Data storage time period


Data are stored on one or several servers belonging to the host, whose details are included in the General terms and conditions of the website. Data are kept as long as necessary for the purposes mentioned above.

Beyond this time period data will be kept for statistical purposes only and will not be subject to any exploitation of any kind.