Privacy polily

Definitions:

The Editor: The person, physical or moral, who publishes communication services to the public online.
The Site: All the websites, web pages and online services offered by the Publisher.
The User: The person using the Site and services.

Nature of data collected

As part of the use of the sites, the Publisher is likely to collect the following categories of data regarding its users:

  • Data of civil status, identity, identification…
  • Personal life data (lifestyle, family situation, excluding sensitive or dangerous data)
  • Work-life data (CV, education, vocational training, distinctions…)
  • Economic and financial information (income, financial situation, tax situation, etc.)
  • Location data (travel, GPS data, GSM…)

Disclosure of personal data to third parties

No communication to third parties
Your data is not disclosed to third parties. However, you are advised that they may be disclosed under a law, regulation or a decision of a competent regulatory or judicial authority.

Advance information for the disclosure of personal data to third parties in the event of a merger/absorption. Prior information and the possibility of opt-out before and after the merger/acquisition

In the event that we are involved in a merger, acquisition or any other form of asset disposal, we are committed to ensuring the confidentiality of your personal data and informing you before it is transferred or subject to new confidentiality rules.

The purpose of reusing the personal data collected

Conduct customer management transactions

  • Contracts
  • Orders
  • Deliveries
  • Invoices
  • accounting and in particular the management of accounts receivable
  • A loyalty program within an entity or several legal entities;
  • Tracking customer relationships such as conducting satisfaction surveys, managing claims and after-sales service;
  • Selecting clients to conduct studies, surveys and tests produced (unless consent of the persons concerned obtained under the conditions of Article 6, these operations must not lead to the establishment of profiles that could show sensitive data – racial or ethnic backgrounds, philosophical, political, trade union, religious, sex or health);
  • Conducting prospecting operations
  • Management of technical prospecting operations (including technical operations such as standardization, enrichment and deduplication);
  • selecting people to carry out loyalty, prospecting, surveying, product testing and promotion. Unless consent of the persons concerned is obtained under the terms of Article 6, these operations must not lead to the establishment of profiles that could reveal sensitive data (racial or ethnic origins, philosophical, political, trade union, religious, sexual or healthy opinions of people);
  • Conducting solicitation transactions;
  • The development of trade statistics;
  • organising contests, lotteries or any promotional operation excluding online gambling subject to the approval of the Online Gaming Regulatory Authority;
  • Managing requests for access, rectification and opposition;
  • the management of unpaid debts and litigation, provided that it does not involve offences and/or that it does not result in the person being excluded from the benefit of a right, benefit or contract;
  • managing people’s opinions on products, services or content.

Aggregation of data

Aggregation with non-personal data
We may publish, disclose and use aggregated information (information relating to all of our Users or specific groups or categories of Users that we combine in such a way that a Individual user can no longer be identified or mentioned) and non-personal information for industry and market analysis, demographic profiling, promotional and advertising purposes, and other commercial purposes.

Aggregation with personal data available on the user’s social accounts

If you connect your account to an account of another service in order to do cross-shipments, the service may provide us with your profile, login, and other information that you have authorized disclosure. We may aggregate information about all other users, groups, accounts, and personal data available on the user.

Collecting identity data

Free consultation
The site does not require registration or prior identification. It can be done without you disclosing any personal data about yourself (name, first name, address, etc.). We do not record any personal data for the simple consultation of the Site.

Collecting identification data

Using the user ID for a link and commercial offers We use your electronic identifiers to search for relationships that are present by connection, email address or services. We can use your contact information to help others find your account, including through third-party services and customer applications. You can download your address book so that we can help you find knowledge about our network or to allow other users in our network to find you. We can offer suggestions to you and other network users from contacts imported from your address book. We are likely to work in partnership with companies that offer incentives. To support this type of promotion and incentive offer, we may share your email ID.

Geolocation

Geolocation for service delivery
We collect and process your geolocation data to provide us with our services. We may use personal data to determine your geographic location in real time. In accordance with your right of objection under Act 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to computers, files and freedoms, you have the option, at any time, to disable the functions relating to geolocation.

Geolocation for cross-breeding
We collect and process your geolocation data to allow our services to identify crossing points in time and space with other users of the service in order to introduce you to the Cross-users profile. In accordance with your right of objection under Act 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to computers, files and freedoms, you have the option, at any time, to disable the functions relating to geolocation. You then recognize that the service will no longer be able to present you with a profile of other Users.

Geolocation with partner availability for referencing and aggregation (with opt-in)
We can collect and process your geolocation data with our partners. We are committed to anonymizing the data used. In accordance with your right of objection under Act 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to computers, files and freedoms, you have the option, at any time, to disable the functions relating to geolocation.

Collecting terminal data

No collection of technical data
We do not collect or retain any technical data from your device (IP address, Internet service provider, etc.).

Cookies

Cookie shelf life
In accordance with CNIL recommendations, the maximum shelf life for cookies is no more than 13 months after their first deposit in the User’s terminal, as is the duration of the validity of the user’s consent User to use these cookies. The lifetime of cookies is not extended with each visit. The consent of the user must therefore be renewed at the end of this period.

Purpose cookies

Cookies can be used for statistical purposes, including optimizing services to the User, based on processing information about frequency of access, page customization and operations performed. and the information they have accessed. You are informed that the Publisher is likely to deposit cookies on your device. The cookie records information about the navigation on the service (the pages you have consulted, the date and time of the consultation…) that we will be able to read during your subsequent visits.

User’s right to refuse cookies
You acknowledge that you have been informed that the Publisher may use cookies. If you don’t want cookies to be used on your device, most browsers allow you to disable cookies through setting options.

Retention of technical data

The retention time of the technical data
Technical data is kept for the duration strictly necessary to achieve the above-for-referenced purposes.

Time limit for the retention of personal data and anonymisation
Data retention for the duration of the contractual relationship:
In accordance with Article 6-5 of Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to computer science, files and freedoms, personal data being processed does not are not retained beyond the time required to fulfill the obligations defined at the time of the conclusion of the contract or the pre-defined duration of the contractual relationship.

Preservation of anonymized data beyond the contractual relationship / after the deletion of the account
We keep the personal data for the duration strictly necessary to achieve the purposes described in these CGU. Beyond this period, they will be anonymized and kept for statistical purposes exclusively and will not give rise to any exploitation of any kind.

Delete data after deletion of the account
Data purge means are put in place to provide for effective deletion as long as the shelf life or archiving required to achieve the stated purposes or imposed is reached. In accordance with law n ° 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to information technology, files and freedoms, you also have a right to delete your data which you can exercise at any time by contacting the Publisher.

Delete data after 3 years of inactivity
For security reasons, if you have not authenticated on the Site for a period of three years, you will receive an email inviting you to log in as soon as possible, otherwise your data will be removed from our databases.

Deleting the account

Delete the account on demand
The User has the option to delete his Account at any time, simply by asking the Publisher OR by the Account deletion menu present in the Account settings if applicable.

Removing the account in the event of a violation of the CGU
In case of violation of one or more provisions of the CGU or any other document incorporated hereby by reference, the Publisher reserves the right to terminate or restrict without any warning your use and access to services, your account and all Sites.

Indications in case of security flaw detected by the Publisher

User Information in the event of a security breach
We are committed to implementing all appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate in light of accidental, unauthorized access risks disclosure, tampering, loss or destruction of your personal data. In the event that we become aware of illegal access to your personal data stored on our servers or those of our providers, or unauthorized access resulting in the realization of the identified risks above, we are committed to:

  • Notify you of the incident as soon as possible;
  • Review and inform you of the causes of the incident;
  • Take the necessary measures within the reasonable limit in order to lessen the adverse effects and harm that may result from the incident

Limitation of liability

Under no circumstances shall the commitments defined in the above paragraph relating to the notification in the event of a security breach be construed as any acknowledgement of fault or liability for the occurrence of the incident in question.

Transferring personal data abroad

Transfer of data to countries with an equivalent level of protection
The Publisher is committed to complying with the applicable regulations on data transfers to foreign countries, including the following:

The Publisher transfers the personal data of its Users to countries recognized as offering an equivalent level of protection. The Publisher transfers the personal data of its Users outside the countries recognized by the CNIL as having a sufficient level of protection: The Publisher has obtained an authorization from the CNIL to carry out this transfer.

For a list of these countries: CNIL – Data Protection around the world

Modification of the TOU and the privacy policy

In the event of a change to these GUCs, a commitment not to substantially lower the level of confidentiality without prior information from the persons concerned. We undertake to inform you in the event of a substantial change in the CGU, and not to substantially lower the level of privacy of your data without informing and obtaining your consent.

Applicable law and terms of appeal

Arbitration Clause
You expressly agree that any dispute that may arise as a result of these GUCs, including its interpretation or execution, will be subject to an arbitration procedure subject to the regulation of the chosen arbitration platform agreed, to which you will fully adhere.

Data portability

Data Portability
The Publisher is committed to offering you the possibility of having you return all the data about you on request. The User is thus guaranteed better control of his data, and keeps the possibility of reusing it. This data should be provided in an open and easily reusable format.

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