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DynAdmic (whose registered office is located at 694 avenue du Docteur Donat 06250 Mougins, France), in its capacity as controller, attaches great importance to the protection and respect of your privacy. The purpose of this Policy is to inform you, in accordance with Regulation No. 2016-679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (hereinafter referred to as the "Regulation"), of our practices concerning the collection, use and sharing of information that you may provide to us through our websites (hereinafter referred to as the " Websites "), during the course of your relationship with us as a customer or which we may collect from other sources in support of our sales activity. This Policy apply to the following websites operated by DynAdmic:
The purpose of this Policy is to inform you about the categories of personal data that we may collect or hold about you, how we use it, with whom we share it, how we protect it, and the rights you have over your personal data.
THE DATA WE COLLECT
By using the Websites, you are providing us with information, some of which may identify you and therefore constitute personal data (hereinafter referred to as the "Data").
This information contains in particular the following data:
- Browsing data: refers to the Data we collect when you browse the Websites, such as the date, time of connection and/or browsing, browser type, browser language, IP address and so on.
- Data from forms: refers to the Data we collect when you fill in the forms made available to you to make a request for information or to exercise your rights relating to the protection of personal data.
We also collect Data related to the management of our commercial relationship. This information contains in particular the following data:
- Data you provide us when you become a customer so that we can deliver our Services and send you related invoices, this Data includes your professional details
- Data we collect about you from public web sources or professional services (such as corporate websites, LinkedIn, Hunter, Dropcontact or Voilanorbert) in support of our sales activity, this Data is made of your first name, last name, job title and company where you work.
HOW DO WE USE THE DATA WE COLLECT?
We use the Data we collect for the purposes of:
|1. Commercial relationship management||Legitimate interests pursued by DynAdmic unless the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject prevail|
|2. Establishing statistics and audience measurements on the use of our Websites||Consent (see our Cookies Policy)|
|3. Management of your requests to exercise your rights||Legal obligation to which DynAdmic is subject|
When Data is collected, you will be informed if certain Data must be provided or if it is optional. Data identified by an asterisk is mandatory. Otherwise, the completion of your request may be restricted.
RECIPIENTS OF THE DATA WE COLLECT
- Data transferred to public authorities and/or bodies
In accordance with current regulations, the Data may be transmitted to the competent authorities upon request and in particular to public bodies, court officers, judicial officers, ministerial officers, bodies responsible for debt recovery, exclusively to meet legal obligations, as well as for the search for offenders who have committed offences on the Internet.
- Data transferred to third parties
We work closely with third party companies that may have access to your Data, including audience analysis providers, to compile statistics and metrics on the use of our Websites.
We only provide these third parties with the Data they need to perform their services, and we require that they do not use your Data for any other purpose. These third parties will only act in accordance with our instructions and will be contractually bound to ensure the same level of security and confidentiality of your Data as we do and to comply with applicable regulations on the protection of personal data.
HOW LONG DO WE KEEP YOUR DATA?
Your Data will not be stored for longer than is strictly necessary for the purposes set out in the Policy and in accordance with the Regulations and applicable laws.
Your Data is deleted when the storage periods expire. Nevertheless, your Data may be archived beyond the periods provided for the purposes of investigating, recording and prosecuting criminal offences for the sole purpose of making your Data available to the judicial authority, if necessary.
Archiving implies that your Data will no longer be available online but will be extracted and stored on an autonomous and secure medium.
Your Data may be transferred from a country located in the European Union to a country outside the European Union.
When we transfer your Data outside the European Union, we will always do so in a secure and legal manner:
- Either by transferring the Data to a recipient located in a country that has been the subject of an adequacy decision by the European Commission certifying that it has an adequate level of protection;
- Either by executing or enforcing the European Standard Contractual Clauses that have been approved by the European Commission as ensuring an adequate level of protection of your Data;
- Either by using Binding Internal Company Rules validated by the competent data protection authorities;
- Or by using all appropriate guarantees referred to in Article 46 of the Regulation.
PROTECTION OF YOUR DATA
We take appropriate technical and organizational measures to prevent unauthorized access or modification, disclosure, loss or destruction of your Data.
YOUR RIGHTS ON YOUR DATA
In accordance with current laws and regulations regarding the protection of personal data, you have a number of rights with respect to your Data, i.e.:
- A right of access and information: you have the right to be informed in a concise, transparent, intelligible and easily accessible way about the way your Data is processed. You also have the right to obtain (i) confirmation that Data relating to you is being processed and, if applicable, (ii) access to such Data and obtain a copy thereof.
- A right of rectification: you have the right to obtain the rectification of inaccurate Data concerning you. You also have the right to complete incomplete Data concerning you, by providing a supplementary declaration. In the event that this right is exercised, we undertake to communicate any rectification to all recipients of your Data.
- A right to deletion: in some cases, you have the right to obtain the deletion of your Data. However, this is not an absolute right and we may for legal or legitimate reasons retain such Data.
- A right to limit processing: in certain cases, you have the right to obtain the limitation of processing on your Data.
- A right to data portability: you have the right to receive the Data you have provided to us, in a structured and commonly used format that can be read by a machine, for your personal use or to transmit it to a third party of your choice. This right only applies when the processing of your Data is based on your consent, on a contract or when it is carried out by automated means.
- A right to object to processing: you have the right to object at any time to the processing of your Data for processing based on our legitimate interest, a public interest mission and those for commercial prospecting purposes. This is not an absolute right and we may for legal or legitimate reasons refuse your request to object.
- The right to withdraw your consent at any time: you may withdraw your consent to the processing of your Data when the processing is based on your consent. The withdrawal of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing operation based on the consent given before the withdrawal.
- The right to complain to a supervisory authority: you have the right to contact your data protection authority to complain about our personal data protection practices.
- The right to give instructions regarding the treatment of your data after your death: you have the right to give us instructions regarding the use of your Data after your death.
To exercise these rights, you can contact our Data Protection Officer using the form in the “Contact” section below..
Please note that we may require proof of your identity in order to exercise such rights.
We may occasionally modify this policy in order to comply with any regulatory, jurisprudential, editorial or technical changes. If so, we will change the date of the "last update" and indicate the date on which the changes were made. When necessary, we will inform you and/or seek your consent. We recommend that you visit this page regularly to review any changes or updates to our policy.
If you have any questions about this Policy or any request for your Data, you can contact us using the form below:
Version updated on 30 April 2021.