Privacy policy

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This is the website of the CADTM international network (Committee for the Abolition of Illegitimate Debt), a non-profit organisation registered under Belgian law with head office at Rue Fabry, 35, Liege - 4000 Belgium

Personal Information

Personal information collected on inscriptions, subscriptions, book order forms, etc. is used exclusively for internal organisational needs (rallies and summer schools etc. organised by CADTM) and for no longer than necessary. This data is not shared, changed or sold.

In accordance with the law, you have, on demand, full right to view any personal information that concerns you and to correct any errors. Please contact: (info [at] cadtm.org).

For memberships, publications and newsletter please contact Robin Delobel.

For Inscriptions and CADTM activities please contact Rémi Vilain.

Cookies

Cookies are very small text files that are stored on your computer when you first visit some websites. They record certain visitor actions and preferences (Visitors name, preferred language and other view preferences) for a certain time to avoid having to choose them again at subsequent visits to the same website.

The CADTM does not use cookies.

Legislation

The CADTM respects the legal obligations announced in:

the Belgian law of 7 December 1992 relative to the treatment of personal data (Private Life Act) that protects individuals from the abusive use of their personal information and the modifications made by the laws of 11/12/98 and 26/02/03

The European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), European Parliament act of 14 April 2016 (regulation n° 2016/679) that has taken effect as from 25 May 2018.

The protection of private information is a fundamental condition to guarantee the individual and civil liberties of all. In view of the numerous scandals (Facebook – Cambridge Analytica) concerning devious uses of personal data, the CADTM reminds that the regulation n° 2016/679 is also applicable to the GAFAM (Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft) and other multinationals that regularly abuse them.



CADTM

COMMITTEE FOR THE ABOLITION OF ILLEGITIMATE DEBT

35 rue Fabry
4000 - Liège- Belgique

00324 226 62 85
info@cadtm.org

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