1. Definition and Features of Personal Data
Terms in uppercase letters without definition are those defined in the general terms and conditions.
When you use our Digital Material, we may ask you to provide us with personal data about yourself.
The term "personal data" refers to all data that allows an individual to be identified, including your name, surname, pseudonym, photograph, postal and e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, date of birth, data relating to your transactions on the Digital Material, details of your purchases and subscriptions, credit card numbers, and any other information you choose to communicate to us about yourself.
The purpose of this charter is to inform you about the means we use to collect your personal data, in the strictest respect of your rights.
TWe inform you on this subject that we comply, in the collection and management of your personal data, with the law n° 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms, in its current version.
3. Identity of Data Collector
The person responsible for the collection of your personal data is the company Gravite under incorporation with the RCS of Paris.
4. Collection of Personal Data
Your personal data is collected for one or more of the following purposes:
- To manage your access to and use of certain services available on the Digital Material,
- Carry out operations relating to the management of customers concerning contracts, orders, deliveries, invoices, loyalty programmes, monitoring of customer relations,
- Establish a file of registered members, users, clients and prospects,
- Send newsletters, solicitations and promotional messages. If you do not wish to do so, we give you the opportunity to opt-out at the time of collection of your data;
- To compile statistics on our services and sales,
- Organize contests, lotteries and all promotional operations with the exception of online gambling and games of chance subject to the approval of the Online Gaming Regulatory Authority,
- Manage the management of people's opinions on products, services or content,
- To manage any outstanding payments and any disputes that may arise in connection with the use of our products and services,
- Comply with our legal and regulatory obligations.
We inform you, when collecting your personal data, whether certain data must be obligatorily filled in or whether they are optional. We also inform you of the possible consequences of a lack of response.
5. Recipients of Collected Data
Our company's staff, the services in charge of control (auditor in particular) and our subcontractors will have access to your personal data.
Your personal data may also be sent to public bodies, exclusively to meet our legal obligations, court officials, judicial officers and bodies responsible for debt collection.
6. Assignement of Personal Data
Your personal data may be transferred, rented or exchanged for the benefit of third parties. If you wish, we give you the option to tick a box expressing your agreement to this when collecting your data.
7. Retention Period of Personal Data
1. Concerning data relating to the management of customers and prospects:
Your personal data will not be kept beyond the time strictly necessary for the management of our business relationship with you. However, data that enable us to establish proof of a right or contract, which must be kept in order to comply with a legal obligation, will be kept for the period provided for by the law in force.
With regard to possible prospecting operations aimed at customers, their data may be kept for a period of three years from the end of the commercial relationship.
Personal data relating to a prospect who is not a customer may be kept for a period of three years from the date of collection or from the last contact from the prospect.
At the end of this three-year period, we may contact you again to find out whether you wish to continue to receive commercial solicitations.
2. Concerning identity documents:
If you exercise your right of access or rectification, data relating to identity documents may be kept for the period provided for in Article 9 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, i.e. one year. In the event of exercise of the right of opposition, this data may be archived for the limitation period provided for in Article 8 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, i.e. three years.
3. Concerning bank card data:
Financial transactions relating to the payment of purchases and fees via the Digital Material are entrusted to a payment service provider who ensures their smooth running and security.
For service purposes, this payment service provider may be the recipient of your personal data relating to your credit card numbers, which it collects and stores in our name and on our behalf.
We do not have access to this data.
In order to enable you to make regular purchases or to pay related fees on the Digital Material, your credit card details are kept for the time you register on the Digital Material and at least until you complete your last transaction.
By ticking the box expressly provided for this purpose on the Digital Material, you give us your express consent for this storage.
The data relating to the visual cryptogram or CVV2, registered on your bank card, is not stored.
If you refuse to allow your personal data relating to your bank card numbers to be stored under the conditions specified above, we will not store this data beyond the time necessary to enable the transaction to be carried out.
In any event, the data relating to these data may be kept, for the purpose of proof in the event of any dispute regarding the transaction, in intermediate archives for the period provided for in Article L 133-24 of the French Monetary and Financial Code, in this case 13 months following the debit date. This period may be extended to 15 months in order to take into account the possibility of using deferred debit cards.
4. Concerning the management of lists of objections to be received from prospecting:
The information enabling your opposition right to be taken into account is kept for a minimum of three years from the exercise of the opposition right.
5. Concerning audience measurement statistics:
The information stored in the users' terminal or any other element used to identify users and allowing their traceability or attendance will not be kept for more than 6 months.
Cookies are text files, often encrypted, stored in your browser. They are created when a user's browser loads a given website: the website sends information to the browser, which then creates a text file. Each time the user returns to the same website, the browser retrieves this file and sends it to the website server.
There are two types of cookies, which do not have the same purpose: technical cookies and advertising cookies:
- Technical cookies are used throughout your navigation, to facilitate it and to carry out certain functions. For example, a technical cookie can be used to store the answers filled in a form or the user's preferences regarding the language or the presentation of a website, when such options are available.
- Advertising cookies may be created not only by the website on which the user is browsing, but also by other website displaying advertisements, ads, widgets or other elements on the page displayed. In particular, these cookies can be used to carry out targeted advertising, i.e. advertising determined according to the user's navigation.
We use technical cookies. These are stored in your browser for a period not exceeding six months.
We do not use advertising cookies. However, if we should use them in the future, we will inform you in advance and you will have the possibility to deactivate these cookies if necessary.
We use or may use Google Analytics, which is a statistical tool for audience analysis that generates a cookie to measure the number of visits to the Digital Material, the number of page views and visitor activity. Your IP address is also collected to determine the city from which you connect. The retention period of this cookie is mentioned in article 7 (v) of this charter.
We remind you that you can oppose the deposit of cookies by configuring your browser. However, such a refusal could prevent the proper functioning of the Digital Material.
When you choose to disclose your personal data, you expressly give your consent for the collection and use of your personal data in accordance with what is set out in this privacy statement and the legislation in force.
10. Access to Your Personal Data
In accordance with the law n° 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, data files and liberties, you have the right to obtain the communication and, if necessary, the correction or deletion of the data concerning you, through an online access to your file. You can also contact: email@example.com
It is reminded that any person may, for legitimate reasons, oppose the processing of data concerning him/her.
We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to modify this charter, in whole or in part, at any time. Such changes will take effect upon publication of the new charter. Your use of the Digital Material following the coming into force of these modifications will be deemed to be an acknowledgement and acceptance of the new charter. If you do not agree with the new charter, you should no longer access the Digital Material.
This privacy statement came into force on Septembre 1 2022.