Privacy Policy

The Last Edition Magazine headquartered at Drève de l’Infante, nº24, 1410 Waterloo, Belgium is the entity responsible for the processing of personal data for the purposes of this Privacy Policy.

This Privacy Policy applies to data that have been directly provided by the user or collected during the user’s access to the The Last Edition Magazine website. These “Terms and Conditions” apply to users or anyone browsing the The Last Edition Magazine website (


This document aims to clarify the users of our online platform regarding the data we collect about them, the reason for this collection, as well as the options we make available for the holders of this data to access, rectify or delete the information. Our website contains links to third-party websites and content that are not the subject of this “Privacy Policy” and therefore we advise that whenever you browse these websites, look for and read the “Privacy Policies” as well as the “Terms and Conditions” applicable.



The Last Edition Magazine collects data about its readers when they subscribe to one of our publications, newsletters, access the website. Information is also collected through the use of cookies. Because for The Last Edition Magazine, the security and privacy of data is of utmost importance, its collection and processing are always done based on the holder’s consent.


When a user subscribes to our newsletters, they are asked for a set of data, namely, e-mail, name and surname. This information is essential to guarantee the registration process and provide a personalized service, with the level of demand and rigor that The Last Edition Magazine intends to make available to its readers.


The Last Edition Magazine obtains technical information from the user’s device whenever they visit the website. The information is obtained through the Internet browser and concerns the IP address, operating system and Internet search engine used, screen resolution and reference websites.


Cookies are text files sent by websites visited by users that can be stored on your computer or smartphone when you visit our website for the first time, and which allow us to identify your equipment the next time you visit our website. As such, cookies do not identify the user, but only the computer used, which will allow us to improve your browsing experience, for example, helping us to match your device to your preferences or even providing you with content that we understand can be of interest to you.

Cookies only collect generic information, namely, how the user arrived at our website and how he navigates (for example, mouse movements within the page and mouse clicks), but they do not collect information about the user.

The Last Edition Magazine uses three types of cookies

Simple cookies: These cookies are necessary for the website to work efficiently, they record the user’s journey during their visit without identifying them and are automatically removed when they leave our website.

Persistent Cookies: These cookies are not essential for the functioning of the website, but allow users to be identified whenever they access the pages, optimizing their browsing experience. With these cookies, you are given a unique number that identifies the user when entering the The Last Edition Magazine website. Persistent cookies remain on your computer until deleted by the user.

Other cookies or third-party cookies: other companies and services use our website for advertising purposes. You may occasionally receive cookies sent by these companies/services. We have no control over the sending of these cookies.

Both simple and persistent cookies may be used in email messages we send. Users can, at any time, delete or block the receipt of cookies. Most browsers (web browsers) allow the setting of personal preferences regarding cookies. How this process is carried out depends on the web browser you use. Please refer to the “Help” function of your web browser. If you choose not to allow the use of simple cookies, you may not be able to use our website or certain features of our HTML email messages.

In addition to cookies, some of our web pages and HTML messages include pixel tags (pixel tags and pixel web beacons) that allow us to follow in the footsteps of users on our website and recipients of our communications. These bookmarks do not collect personal information and are used to collect data that help us determine popular destinations, among others. Using these tags, we can find out the number of emails and newsletters that are opened, as well as the specific contents that are viewed within these communications, in order to identify those users who, by not opening our communications, we must ask whether they are still interested in continuing to receive the information, but also to inform potential advertisers the specific number of readers who have opened or clicked on their contents.

To learn more about cookies, including how to see how they were created and how to manage and delete them, visit which includes information on how to manage your settings for various web browsers.


We use the information we collect to:

  • Optimize the user’s visit to our website;
  • Respond to user requests, namely for sending newsletters and information about our services;
  • Statistical purposes, of navigation data, which will be pseudonymized;
  • Provide, maintain, protect and improve our services or develop new ones;
  • Ensure the exercise of the rights of data subjects;
  • Allow us to offer personalized content, such as ads and search results that we believe may be of interest to you;
  • If you have authorized us to do so, we will share your information with third parties who may provide you with products or services that we understand may be of interest to you;
  • Monitor compliance with our “Terms and Conditions”;
  • Improve the user’s browsing experience and the overall quality of our services, through information collected by cookies and other technologies such as pixel tags;

We also use the information in an aggregated form, thus preventing the identification of users of our website to:

  • Create marketing profiles;
  • Assist the strategic development of our communication;
  • Manage our relationship and commitments with advertisers;
  • Auditing the use of our website. We will ask for your express consent before using the information for purposes other than those expressly provided for in this Privacy Policy.

We do not share personal information with companies, entities and individuals outside the Last Edition Magazine, except when this is required by law or court decision, or if we are given express authorization to that effect, by the data subject, in which case we will inform you in advance. recipient of the information and the reason for the transmission.


You have the right to access, update, rectify, delete, limit and oppose the processing of your data, as well as the right to request its portability, through a written request sent to: Privacy Policy, Drève de l’Infante 24, 1410 Waterloo, Belgium or by CONTACT FORM

You may, in the same way, withdraw, at any time, the consent you have given for the processing of your personal data, without this affecting the lawfulness of the processing that has been carried out so far, based on the consent you have previously given.

You also have the right to file a complaint regarding the processing of your data with the CNPD – National Data Protection Commission.


All data provided to us or collected by us under the terms of this Privacy Policy will be immediately deleted or anonymized as soon as they are no longer necessary for compliance with legal obligations or for the execution or provision of our services.


In order to offer an efficient service, The Last Edition Magazine may, from time to time, provide data to other companies, inside or outside Europe. These assignments will be carried out in accordance with the law and our privacy policy remains fully applicable, particularly with regard to compliance with security measures that guarantee the confidentiality of data.


The Last Edition Magazine reserves the right to change its Privacy Policy, so we advise you to regularly read this space as well as read the Terms and Conditions of our website.