1. PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
2. DATA COLLECTION
3. USE OF PERSONAL DATA
4. CONSERVATION OF DATA
5. DATA SHARING AND DISCLOSURE
6. DATA TRANSMITTED BY USER WITHOUT REQUEST
The term "personal data" includes any information related to an identified physical person or a physical person who can be identified, directly or indirectly, by reference to an identification number or to one or more elements of its own.
domestique commits to preserve the confidentiality of any information provided online by the user.
Any personal information that the user would be led to transmit to domestique for the use of certain services, is subject to the legal provisions of Law n ° 78-17 Informatique et Libertés of January the 6th, 1978, modified by the Law of August 6, 2004. The user is likely to provide personal data about him. The provision of these personal data is optional and only allows domestique to better know the visitors of domestique’s website to better meet their expectations, and be able to send them, if they so request, information concerning new products or services of domestique.
In accordance with the Law, each visitor can access the data concerning him and have them rectified or deleted, if necessary. Each user can also oppose, at no cost, that his data are not getting collected and processed by domestique. In this case, the user will not be informed of new products or services of domestique.
To exercise the rights stated right above, the user is invited to contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
domestique implements all technical and organizational means to ensure the security and confidentiality of files made of personal data collected on its website. However, domestique does not control all risks related to the use of internet and draws the attention of Internet users on the existence of potential risks inherent to the use of the Internet.
You expressly acknowledge and agree that personal data regarding you can be collected on the website.
You can exercise your right of access and rectification by sending a message:
- Per e-mail to email@example.com
- Per letter to domestique - 33 avenue de Saint-Ouen - 75017 Paris
Read more below about collection, use and retention of data.
"Personal data" refer to information about you as a physical person that you voluntarily communicate by filling out a form on the website, or that domestique collected as part of your navigation path and which, whatever the nature, allow to identify you, directly or not. Personal data includes personally identifiable information (such as your names, contact information, photographies that you provide) and electronic identification data available on or from your computer (such as "cookies" or "IP addresses"). Your electronic identification data allow to identify your device or pages viewed on the website during your navigation and are generally insufficient to identify you as a person.
The information you provide on the website allows domestique to:
- process your questions, demands or information requests,
- measure the audience of the website,
- to send you, if you allowed it, messages with an advertising nature or commercial prospection,
- send you newsletters to which you have subscribed to,
- inform you about domestique products,
- inform you of events organized by domestique,
- suggest you to participate to surveys,
- allow you to follow the website and its news
- recruit you for a position
The essential information for domestique to fulfill the missions described above are indicated by an asterisk in the different pages of the website. Other information is optional and allows us to know you better and to improve our communications and services to you. The information collected by domestique include your surname, first name, postal address, e-mail address, country of residence.
domestique may be required to keep your personal data for a period not exceeding ten (10) years from the last contact.
domestique only shares your personal data to a third party when:
- you have given us your prior consent for the sharing of this information (for example for a special promotional event);
- domestique must share this information with its distributors, service providers and particularly its technical service providers to provide you the service you have requested (for example receiving a newsletter);
- domestique receives the request of a judicial authority or any administrative authority authorized by the Law, requesting the communication of information in accordance with the legislative provisions in force.
domestique makes its best to ensure the confidentiality and security of the personal data collected during their transmission to the aforementioned persons.
When you want to let someone discover an article of domestique website, thanks to the function "share" proposed on the website, the data which you enter is only used to send your message and is not used for other purposes nor kept by domestique. In addition, you are solely responsible for the message you write to a relative through this feature.
domestique asks you not to transmit content that would not be solicited by a questionnaire or any other form of collection, such as commercial information, advertisements, personal creations, ideas, concepts, etc.
When you voluntarily provide personal data about yourself, especially when it comes to multimedia content (photographs, videos, etc.), you agree to provide accurate information that is not prejudicial to the interests or rights of third parties.
domestique may be required to implement a "cookie" (alphanumeric identifier) in the hard drive of the user's computer and this, for the sole purpose of being able to recognize it during his next website visits. The shelf life of the user's browsing information provided by "cookie" on the website will not exceed one (1) year. It is recalled that the user can oppose itself to the registration of "cookies" on his hard drive by configuring his browser software on the internet (internet explorer, chrome google, safari, mozilla ...) in this sense. For this purpose, it is recommended that you refer to the user manual of your browser software or take any useful information from the publisher of the software.