“Administrator Telenet-campaign website denies user data to sell”


The administrator of the site Iklaatmenietpluimen.be denies that he user resells to third parties. In the terms of use of the campaign website, where angry Telenet customers can register, however, there was a text that may be.

In the general conditions the phrase “the user can, free of charge and on request, oppose the use of his data for direct marketing’. This will give the site to someone who registers on the campaign website itself should take action to ensure that his user data is used for marketing purposes.

Opposite The Newspaper stresses initiator and site administrator Kurt Buysse that he has no personal data to resell to third parties. Buysse says he is the general terms and conditions to quickly and that he is the small print will adjust. The site administrator works in daily life for a company that other companies helps to create new customers via e-mail to approach. Buysse suggests, however, that Iklaatmenietpluimen.be is a private initiative and separate from his work in the marketing industry.

Currently, we have received more than 70,000 angry Telenet customers registered on the campaign website. They speak out against the announced price increase of the kabelaar. Consumer organisation Test-achats supports the protest because it believes that the prices for internet subscriptions in Belgium are too high.