1. Terms and conditions for use of the website

1.1 The use of the Phil Coucke website is subject to the terms and conditions set out below. You are considered to be aware of these and to have accepted them without reservation. Phil Coucke may amend these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice.

1.2 The information and data provided remains the property of Phil Coucke. Although Phil Coucke makes serious efforts to ensure that the information on this website is always complete, correct and up to date, it cannot be guaranteed that this is the case. Phil Coucke also cannot guarantee continuous access to the website, partly because updated data is entered on a regular basis (virtually every day). If you notice an error, please contact our webmaster.

1.3 Phil Coucke cannot be held liable for direct, indirect or incidental damage occurring due to use of the website or the information that is provided via the website.

1.4 The texts, images and other items on the website are protected by copyright. You are entitled to consult the information on the website, download it for personal use and reproduce it as long as the source is acknowledged. The provisions of the law of 30 June 1994 on copyright and related rights are applicable.

1.5 The website contains hyperlinks to third party websites, which are for information only. Phil Coucke does not guarantee that these websites are available and also cannot be held liable for their content or quality. It also does not mean that any collaboration exists between Phil Coucke and the managers of such sites.

1.6 It is possible that the Phil Coucke website may use "cookies", small data files which are installed on your hard drive to facilitate and speed up access to the site and browsing.
You can set your browser to warn you when a cookie is created or to prevent it being created. You can refuse the installation of cookies via your browser settings. The website below provides instructions on how to refuse cookies in the most commonly used browsers: http://www.aboutcookies.org
You can delete cookies that are already installed from your computer or mobile device at any time.
During a visit to the website, cookies may be installed on the hard disk of your computer, solely for the purpose of adapting the website better to suit the needs of returning users.
The cookie contains a unique code that makes it possible to recognise your browser during the visit to the website (this is called a ‘session’ cookie) or if you visit it repeatedly later on (this is called a ‘permanent’ cookie). Cookies can be stored by the server of the website you are visiting or by partners with whom that website collaborates. A website server can only read cookies that it has installed itself; it has no access to other information on your computer or mobile device. Cookies are stored on your computer or mobile device in your browser's folder. The contents of a cookie usually consists of the name of the server that installed the cookie, an expiry date and a unique numerical code.
Cookies generally make the interaction between the visitor and the website easier and faster, and help the user to navigate between the different parts of a website. Cookies can also be used to make the content or advertising on a website more relevant to the visitor and adapt it to his personal taste and needs.
You can refuse the installation of cookies, but some parts of our websites may not work or may not work at their best if you do this. If you continue to visit our website without changing your cookie settings and click on the “accept” link, we will assume that you agree to the installation of cookies.
The cookies used by this site include the following: 
Addthis: __atuvc. This is a cookie from the external service Addthis used to share content.
Google Analytics: __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz. These are cookies used to record visitor numbers, but they do not contain any personal data.

1.7 If you want to place a hyperlink on your own website to the home page of the Phil Coucke website, you must contact our webmaster beforehand.

2. Protection of personal data

2.1 Phil Coucke processes personal data in accordance with the provisions of the law of 8 December 1992 on protection of personal privacy in relation to the processing of personal data.

2.2 Your personal data is collected and processed: to provide the information that you request, to provide an optimised service and for direct marketing.

You may object to the use of your personal data for direct marketing. You are entitled to check the correctness of your personal data at any time and to have incorrect data rectified. You can also ask for your personal data to be erased from our files.

3. Disputes

This online agreement and all disputes and claims arising from the use of this website or information on the website are governed by Belgian law. By viewing this website you agree to accept the jurisdiction of the courts of first instance (rechtbanken) of Kortrijk (Belgium) and you agree to bring any disputes solely before those courts.