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Privacy Policy

Your privacy and the protection of your personal data is important to us. This Privacy Notice below explains the type of personal data that BRIDGE (“we”) may process about you, and why and how we use it.

BRIDGE is composed of a multidisciplinary group of experts dedicated to bridging the information gaps before, during and after pregnancy for women living with chronic diseases.

This website provides information about BRIDGE, our vision, what we do and introduces our members. This website is managed by UCB on behalf of BRIDGE.

When a user visits this website, we may automatically collect anonymous technical information, which may include your Internet Protocol (IP) address, the length of time spent on this website, usage data, browser type, and version. This information is collected to analyze trends, administer this website, track user movements, and gather demographic information. However, please note that the IP address itself is not linked to any personally identifiable information. Users can choose what website information we are able to collect by adjusting their cookie settings on this website.

We may share your information with the third-party vendors with whom we collaborate only to fulfil the above purposes.

In the event you subscribe to receive emails on updates and announcements from BRIDGE, the sharing of your personal data (e.g., email address) may involve transfers to other countries. The data protection laws in these countries may not provide the same level of protection as your home country. Safeguards have been put into place to adequately protect your personal data in connection with such transfers, including contractual protections for which you may request additional information from us.

We will keep your personal data for as long as this website is active or until you request to have your personal data deleted.

Our use of your personal data as described above is based on serving BRIDGE’s legitimate interest to empower women living with chronic diseases and help them make informed decisions about their health.

Users have the right to request access to rectification and/or deletion of your personal data or restrict data use. To exercise these rights please contact a Data Protection Officer who may be contacted at dataprivacy@ucb.com..

If you have a complaint about the way your personal data is being processed, you also have the right to contact the Data Protection Authority in your home country, where there is one.