PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION POLICY
WHY DOES THE PUBLISHER COLLECT USER DATA?
Last update: July 27th, 2022
1-Personal data: Personal Data Collection, Processing of Personal Information, COMMITMENTS OF CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC.
We collect personal data that you voluntarily give to us, for the use of community services and on some occasions, IP addresses. In order to provide its customers with a quality service, CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC may collect personal data provided by its Users when using all of its Services.
No personal data will be transferred, but the User's contact details (surname, first name, date of birth, telephone, email) may subsequently be used by CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC and its subsidiaries to promote any of its products.
The User can delete their profile at any time by contacting CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC directly by email, sending his request to: firstname.lastname@example.org; or by post to: CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC 2500-1100 Bvd René Lévesque Ouest Montréal (QC) H3B 5C9 Canada, or by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page of our communications by email.
The User authorizes CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC to create, keep and update a file containing the personal information that the User transmits to it.
The User also authorizes CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC to provide them with commercial information from their various partners on an ad hoc basis.
The User has a right of access, opposition and rectification concerning the personal data that they provide, in the context of their use of the SERVICES of CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC.
Consequently, the User may require the communication of this personal information and, that it be deleted or that any inaccurate, incomplete or ambiguous information concerning them be rectified, completed, clarified, updated or erased.
The User may contact CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC for any additional information concerning the creation, storage, updating and use of this information.
The User has a right to access, notify, rectify and delete the data concerning themselves, which they can exercise with CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC (for French users, this right is provided for under the conditions of article 34 of the law of January 6, 1978) by sending a letter to the following address: CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC 2500-1100 Bvd René Lévesque Ouest Montréal (QC) H3B 5C9 Canada.
In order to enable CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC to provide its Users with a quality service, able to meet the needs of its Users, the User hereby accepts that the employees of CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC are authorized to access their personal data on a case-by-case basis, to investigate any complaints, allegations or other abuses.
CONSEIL DIRECTELIA SEC is not responsible for the commercial practices implemented on other Sites to which Users have access from the Website via hypertext links, logos, buttons, etc., located on the Website.
The Publisher reminds that any natural person may, for legitimate reasons, oppose the processing of Data concerning them.
We may use your contact details in the context of commercial solicitations, in accordance with applicable law and the clauses of this confidentiality charter.
– Commercial solicitations by electronic means (e-mail, push notifications and SMS):
Pursuant to Article L.34-5 of the Postal and Electronic Communications Code, we will send you these solicitations subject to having previously obtained your consent: this is the case that when you register on one of our forms, you agree to receive promotions from our partners. As an exception, on the basis of our legitimate interest, we may send our customers promotions of products or services which are similar to those that we already provide to you.
– Commercial solicitations by telephone
We may send you commercial solicitations by telephone from time to time. In application of the Consumer Code, we inform you that you may have the possibility of registering on the list of opposition to cold calling in your country.
The transfer of your data outside of the European Union
The processing of personal data that we put in place may involve cross-border data exchanges with companies located in countries outside of the European Union.
Where applicable, where these countries do not benefit from an adequacy decision under Article 45 of the GDPR, we use various measures to ensure that your personal data transferred to these countries benefits from adequate protection, such as signing the standard contractual clauses adopted by the European Commission.
What are your Rights of Privacy?At any time, you can:
• Obtain the rectification of your data.
• Obtain a copy of your data.
• Object to any use of your data for marketing purposes.
Additionally, depending on the circumstances, you can:
• Withdraw your consent when one of our uses is based on it.
• Object for a reason relating to your situation to any use based on our legitimate interest.
• Request the transmission of your data when we hold it, to any person on the basis of a contract or your consent (the right to portability).
• Request the limitation of the processing of your data in the event that we examine your request for opposition.
• Ask us to delete your data when it is no longer needed, when you have withdrawn your consent or you have objected to its use (the right to be forgotten).
• Define the directives relating to the fate of your personal data after your death.
To do this, simply send us a request by email to email@example.com