LBT Privacy Policy

1. Controller Identification and Processing Activities

LBT is a cooperation between L. Cornelis and R. Feltkamp, without separate legal personality.

Both shall be considered either co-controllers regarding any personal data communicated through the website.

Regarding any personal data communicated through the website, please write to .

2. Purposes and Legal Basis

This is done for the following purposes and based on the following grounds:

Description of activity and purpose

Legal basis


Personal data that may be collected through cookies, regarding website browsing analytics and/or personal data related to widgets in order to share links on social media.

Data subject consent;

Personal data provided on a voluntary basis

1 year

Personal data (i.e. name and email) collected through the website contact form in order to respond to a contact request/other question of the data subject.

Data subject consent;

Personal data provided on a voluntary basis

As long as necessary to fulfil contact request

Personal data such as, identification and contact data but also substantial personal data related to legal services and judicial proceedings (if applicable) processed in the course of case administration and management and legal services.

Performance of the contract to which the data subject is a party

Personal data is necessary for the performance of the contract

The duration of the contract, project or file and archival for evidentiary purposes for 12 years thereafter.

Personal data (i.e. name and email) processed for marketing purposes, including email updates and newsletter communications.

Data subject consent;

Personal data provided on a voluntary basis

So long as the data subject does not object

3. Recipients

Your personal data may be shared with other affiliates or with any agents acting on behalf of the controllers, such as hosting service providers, IT service providers (Microsoft), etc... We will use best efforts to guarantee that these recipients shall process your personal data in compliance with the applicable legislation.

If you make use of the social media widgets, your personal data will be shared with those independent controllers. Please consult their privacy policies for more information.

Your personal data will be stored in servers in the EU. However, in the event of any international transfers, the controllers will use best efforts to ensure that your personal data is adequately safeguarded through the implementation of standard data protection clauses adopted by the Commission.

4. Data Subject Rights

As data subject you have the following rights:

  • To request access to your personal data;
  • To obtain the rectification of any inaccurate personal data;
  • To obtain the erasure of personal data, under certain conditions;
  • To limit the processing activities to which the personal data is subject, under certain conditions;
  • To receive your personal data in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, and have the personal data transmitted to another controller, under specific conditions;
  • If processing is based on consent, to withdraw consent at any time (although this does not impact the lawfulness of past processing activities);
  • To lodge a complaint with the national supervisory authority ( ;
  • To the extent any automated decision making would be involved, you have the right not to be subject to a decision (which engenders legal effects) based solely on automated decision making.