The website you are visiting uses cookies. Cookies are small text files used by websites to improve user experience. Third-party cookies may be posted by social media and analytics partners.

Cookies help improve your browsing experience, offer social media features and analyze traffic. Therefore, the website is likely to access information already stored in your electronic communication equipment and to write information.


This website uses different types of cookies.


Cookies which are strictly required for navigation


These cookies are required to visit our website and to use certain sections. These cookies contain no other personal data than your IP address, required for Internet browsing.
They are used in order to:

  • navigate between different sections within the website; help you return to previous pages; complete forms.
  • securely verify your identity before granting access to your personal information when a personal account has been created.

Your browser settings allow you to control these cookies, but if you decline these cookies, certain sections of the website will not work as they should, or at all.


Functional cookies


These cookies are intended to make our website more accessible and analyze it. They allow for a more pleasant and customised use of the website.
They are used in order to:

  • customise services by memorizing your preferences (language, currency, location, navigation data, etc.).
  • avoid repeating your selection during each visit on the website.
  • collect information which is communicated in the online forms.
  • establish statistics (e.g. the number of unique visitors).
  • analyze website use and page popularity.


Third party cookies


When you visit our website, socio-demographic data and profile data is collected to be stored anonymously in a commercial cookie.
Commercial cookies are installed by advertisers when their ad is served. These third-party advertisers are notified of your visit to our website. Data processing is carried out anonymously.
They are used in order to:

  • avoid showing you identical advertisements repeatedly.
  • measure the effectiveness of different marketing actions, advertising.
  • customise advertising on our website.

Cookies are placed via our website by third parties: e.g. Google, Facebook, ...
They are used in order to:

  • improve the content and operation of the website via, for example, the use of Google Analytics.
  • carry out advertising follow-up (see conditions of Google and Facebook)


Restricting cookies


These cookies can not technically be disabled from the website. You can however oppose the use of these trackers by adjusting settings in your browser. These settings depend on which browser you are using, but they are generally easy to adjust: in principle, you can either activate a private browsing function or only prohibit or restrict trackers (cookies) or enable acceptance of cookies on demand. Be aware that trackers may have been saved on your device before adjusting your browser settings: in this case, you can delete your browsing history in your browser settings.


Collection of personal data (forms) :


Data is collected for the sole use of TII

Information gathered is used to answer your requests and/or register your e-mail address for future communications. This data is stored in our databases until your revocation. In the case of a revocation, it is immediately deleted.

You have a right of access, rectification, portability (electronic copy), deletion of data or restriction of processing.

You can oppose the processing of your data and have the right to revoke your consent at any time by sending an e-mail to the address

or by writing to the registered office of TII

You have the possibility to lodge a claim with a supervisory authority:


For the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg:

CNDP - Commission nationale pour la protection des données


For Belgium:

CPVP - Commission de la protection de la vie privée


For France :

CNIL - Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés


For Europe

Information Portal


The original version of this legal information document has been written in French.