Personnal Data

CHARTER OF PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION

 

Introduction

The purpose of this charter is to inform users of our bworkshop.com website of the means put in place to collect your personal data, in accordance with the CNIL’s regulations responding to the requests of the General Data Protection Regulation.

Our company b.workshop is the controller in respect of Personal Data collected and forwarded. For any question regarding the processing of Personal Data you can contact us:

In accordance with the Data Protection Act, processing of personal data implemented by us has been declared to the National Commission for Data Processing and Freedoms (CNIL).

This Privacy Policy is an integral part of the Terms of Use for the Site and aims to inform visitors of the security policy implemented.

 

  1. Personal Data Charter’s goals

In general, you have access to our entire website without having to provide any Personal Data about you.

However, we may need to collect your Personal Data in the following cases:

  • Keep up to date and improve our website
  • Manage the discussion forums in which you can participate
  • Respond to your comments
  • Answer your requests transmitted via our contact form
  • Recruitment management when you apply online for positions
  • Publishing of global statistics concerning the audience of our website

Therefore, we collect your personal information as part of the improvement of our relationship and achieve the purpose of your requests.

We store and process your personal data for as long as your action needs.

  • If you are a customer, we keep your data as long as our contractual relationships last.
  • If you are a candidate for a position, please note that if you are not selected, we will remove all information within 2 years after information were collected.
  • If you are a prospect without a contractual relationship, we will not keep your data beyond 3 years after the last contact.

 

  1. Processing and Retention of Personal Data

In general, we are committed to always ensuring that your personal data:

  • Be obtained and treated fairly and lawfully
  • Collected for justified and legitimate purposes
  • Have a right of opposition, as well as a right of correction or deletion, for this it is necessary that a request is sent by postal way or by mail (contact information quoted in the introduction)
  • Be kept in accordance with the aims pursued.

 

  1. Personal Data’s communication

The database created with your personal data is strictly confidential. We commit ourselves to take all the necessary precautions, organizational and technical measures to preserve the security, the integrity and the confidentiality of your data, and in particular, to avoid that they are deformed, damaged or that unauthorized third parties have access.

  • Government authorities, public / public bodies:

In accordance with the regulations in force, we may be required by law, court order and / or request from public and governmental authorities inside or outside your country of residence to disclose your personal data.

  • Operation of the site:

To optimize and improve the website’s effectiveness, we can establish statistics to study site traffic and internet users’ behavior. Note that the data stored in the log do not allow in any case your personal identification by your names, first names or email addresses.

 

  1. Cookies

Cookies are used on our website. By using it, you accept that cookies are placed on your computer.

Cookies are small data files sent to the web browser that you use from the site you visit. They have many different purposes, but mainly, cookies have the role to facilitate your browsing on a website by recording for example the pages consulted, the date and time of consultation … These cookies can then be stored on your computer to identify it.

  • What cookies ?

Navigation cookies:

These cookies are necessary for your good navigation on the site, they serve to:

– Adapt the site’s presentation to your display preferences (used language, display resolution, operating system used, etc …);

– Remember information relating to your identifiers;

– Give you access to your account or any other placeholder thanks to your identifiers;

– Implement security measures, for example when you are asked to log back into a content or service after a certain time.

Statistical audience measurement cookies:

Audience measurement cookies helps to establish statistics and volumes of attendance and use of various elements of the site (headings and contents visited, roadmap), which allow us to improve the interest and ergonomics of services.

 

Advertising cookies:

Advertising cookies allow you to determine in real time which advertising to display based on your recent navigation on the site, to identify what information on the site and advertisements which are most likely to interest you, and thus help to improve your browsing experience making it more interesting and limiting the number of times you have seen an advertisement.

 

  • How to disallow cookies ?

If you don’t want to receive cookies from our website, you can configure your browser to refuse them or warn you when you receive one, asking you whether you accept or not the placement of a such a cookie.

Otherwise you can oppose the registration of “cookies” in your computer by setting your browser as follows:

  • If you browse the Internet with Internet Explorer 3 or 4 (Microsoft): Click “View”, “Options”, “Advanced”. Among the different warnings you can activate, the fourth is entitled “warn before accepting cookies” and, only on Internet Explorer 4, the fifth is entitled “always refuse cookies”.
  • If you browse the Internet with Navigator Gold 3 (Netscape): Click “options”, “network preferences”, “protocols”. Among the different warnings you can activate, the first is entitled “warn before accepting a cookie”. Then you will be notified when a “cookie” arrives and you can oppose its registration by your browser.
  • If you browse the Internet with Mozilla Firefox: Click on “Tools”, “Option”, “Privacy”, “Cookies” and uncheck “Allow sites to create cookies”.

 

  1. Right of opposition, right of access, modification and deletion of your personal data.

In accordance with the regulations, you have a right of opposition that can be exercised by contacting us at any time by post or email (contact details provided in the introduction).

You also have the right to access, modify and delete your data. For that, it is also enough to write us by specifying the object of your request and we will answer as soon as possible.

 

  1. Security and data integrity

We use a variety of technical and procedural security methods to protect the personal data we collect, or that we transfer against loss, misuse, falsification, or destruction. However, it is important for you to know that since the network is open to everyone and not secure, b.workshop can’t be held responsible for the security of personal data transmissions over the internet.

  1. External websites

Our website may contain links to external websites. We can’t provide a guarantee or make a statement regarding these external websites. It is important for you to know that the owners and operators of these external websites may collect, use or transfer Personal Data under terms and conditions that are different from those of b.workshop. By connecting to an external website, you must inform yourself about the privacy and security measures of these external websites.

 

  1. Notification of change of the Charter

This charter may be modified at any time in the context of new regulatory, jurisprudential or technical requirements. The user must refer before browsing to the latest version of the Charter.

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