The use of the website www.spie.be and www.spie.lu (hereinafter referred to as the “Website”) shall be subject to the conditions of use set out below. Using the website shall be tantamount to acceptance of these conditions, which are subject to change: the applicable conditions are those in force at the time of connection. The Website belongs to SPIE Belgium SA, having its registered office at 150-152 Rue des Deux Gares, 1700 Anderlecht, with company number 0434.499.028 (hereinafter referred to as “We/Us” or the “Company”).
USE OF THE WEBSITE
We pay a great deal of attention to our Website. Despite such efforts, we cannot guarantee that the information posted on the Website is completely accurate, precise and up to date. These data can only be used by way of general information. We moreover decline any liability for any (in)direct damage that may result from the use of the Website or information made available through the Website. The Website may contain files of third parties, hyperlinks or other references to third-party websites. Our Company shall under no circumstances be held liable. We moreover reserve the right to adapt, change or supplement the contents of the Website at all times.
The use of the Website confers no intellectual property right on the user. The contents of the Website and the information made available are the exclusive intellectual property of the Company. The information that can be consulted on the website, the design, texts, photographs, data, logos, trademarks and other elements published, shall be protected by trademark rights and/or copyright and/or other applicable regulations, and may not be reproduced in any form or by any means whatsoever. Any infringement shall give rise to judicial proceedings.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
Our Company takes its privacy and data protection obligations seriously. For more information, you can consult our data protection notice on the Website via the following link.
Your access to and visit or use of the Website and these conditions of use shall be governed by Belgian law. In the event of a dispute, only the courts and tribunals of the Company’s registered office shall be competent.