Cookie Policy

Cookie manager

The owner of the website and the data controller for the personal data stored in cookies is :


ETA Ateliers Jean Del’Cour A.S.B.L.

BCE : 0407 410 490
VAT : BE 407 410 490
Registered office : Rue de l’expansion 29, B-4460 Grace Hollogne – Belgique
Legal status : Non-profit association



JD’C Innovation S.A.F.S.

BCE : 0882 544 503
VAT : BE 882 544 503
Registered office : Rue de l’expansion 29, B-4460 Grace Hollogne – Belgique
Legal status : Limited companies with a social purpose


We use cookies and other trackers (hereafter, ‘cookies’) on this website (hereafter, the ‘website’). Cookies ensure that the website works correctly and, among other features, facilitate the log-in process. We are also able to improve your online experience by using cookies. Cookies are also used to adapt the content and/or ads displayed on the website based on your needs and your personal preferences.

If you reject cookies, we shall not be able to optimise your user experience online. Moreover, certain parts of the website shall not function optimally. By accepting cookies, you consent to their use in the manner described in this cookie policy. If you wish, you may change your preferences with respect to cookies at any time in the cookie-management tool, which can be accessed via the footer of the website.

This Cookie Policy provides all of the details about the cookies used on this website. It also explains what these cookies are used for, who places them, how to manage or delete them and what rights you have as a visitor to the website.

We hope you enjoy reading and have an excellent experience browsing our website.

What is a cookie ?

Cookies are small text, image or software files that your browser places on your device when you use websites and applications. In this Cookie Policy, the term ‘device’ refers to computers, smartphones, tablets and any other device that allows you to connect to the internet.

Cookies can be: (i) session-specific, which means that they are deleted from your device once your browsing session has ended, or (ii) persistent, which means that they remain on your device until they are deleted.

Cookies perform a number of useful functions, such as:

  • authenticating and identifying you on our websites and/or applications in order to provide you with the services you have requested;
  • sending you personalised ads, based specifically on your browsing history and your online preferences;
  • tracking your use of our websites and/or applications in order to improve them;
  • improving your user experience, by adapting and personalising the content of websites and/or applications based on your areas of interest;
  • remembering information you have provided to us (for example, to automatically fill in forms with information that you have previously provided, in order to log you in more quickly);
  • keeping track of your preferences and settings (for example, language, time zone, etc.) or where you stopped using the websites.

What kinds of information can be stored in a cookie ?

The information stored on your device by cookies may pertain to the following elements, subject to their period of retention:

  • the web pages you have visited on this device;
  • the type of browser you are using;
  • your IP address;
  • and any other information you have provided on the websites and/or applications you have visited.

Cookies may contain personal data. When you select the type of cookies you are authorising on your device, the cookies may be placed directly by us (first-party cookies) or by one of our partners (third-party cookies).

When we use cookies that collect your personal data, this collection, and any associated processing activities, are covered by our Privacy Statement.

When you authorise the installation of third-party cookies on your device, our partners will be able to access the information contained in them (like your browsing statistics, when you authorise third-party analysis cookies), in accordance with our Privacy Statement and our partners’ Privacy Statements.


What type of cookies do we use and for what purpose?

How to see what cookies are installed on your device and how to delete them

If you would like to know what cookies have been installed on your device, or you would like to delete them, you can check the settings in your browser. The links below provide more information on how to do this.

Your rights as a visitor to our website

For more information about the processing of your personal data and your rights as the data subject, please consult our Privacy Statement, which is available on this website.

If you have any questions, please contact our Data Protection Officer by emailing

As a visitor and the party concerned by the data stored via these cookies, you may file a complaint with the relevant supervisory authority, which, in most cases, is the supervisory authority for the territory in which you reside. In Belgium, this is the Data Protection Authority (Autorité de protection des données – Rue de la Presse 35, 1000 Brussels – Email:

External links

Our website may mention external links. The user is responsible for clicking on these links. However, we recommend consulting the Privacy Statement and Cookie Policy for the website in question.

Changes to this Cookie Policy

We encourage you to read the latest version of this document online. Furthermore, we shall inform you of any significant modification via our website or our standard channels of communication.