Also for the sales of its products, Zerosouth BVBA collects information. The information provided can contain personal data directly linked to your identity (e.g. information related to your address, email, phone numbers, etc.). Providing information to Zerosouth is often a prerequisite, prior to enjoy specific promotions or advantages (such as subscription to newsletters or other information) of to enjoy specific articles or products (e.g. sweepstakes, contests, purchasing specific products, or promotions). Where applicable you will find additional information on the type of information required or optional. When navigating through our website, information can be collected in a passive way (without you actively providing this information to Zerosouth BVBA), such as IP-addresses, cookies and data related to your navigation behavior on our site. This site makes, like all other sites, use of Internet Protocol-addresses (IP-address). An IP-address is a number uniquely attributed to your computer by your Internet service provider and that allows you to gain access to the Internet. In general it is assumed that an IP-address does not contain any specific private data because IP-addresses are dynamically generated (every time access is given the number will be different) and as such is not static. We make use of your IP-address to resolve problems with our server, to collect static data, to establish the fastest connection between your computer and our site and to administer and improve our site in general. Because of security reasons and to avoid flooding and spam our server logs your IP-address.
A ‘cookie’ is a particular piece of information that a website sends to your web browser to will allow our site to identify specific preferences related to your profile; based on previous visits. ‘Session cookies’ are temporary cookies that will be removed, as soon as your browser is closed and/or computer is shut down. Session cookies are used to improve the navigation on our website and to collect specific statistical data. ‘Persistent cookies’ are cookies that remain on your computer until removed by you. Persistent cookies store information on your computer to facilitate future access of stored data (e.g. your user name and passwords, filled out address details), and to identify what information our users find most interesting and/or relevant. This will allow us to improve our services even further. Our site uses both forms of cookies.