As a private individual, you have the following rights:
- Right to access your data
That means you can ask us:
- Whether we have stored personal data about you and
- that we send you all the personal data about you that we have stored.
This right of access allows you to control the correctness of the data and if needed, ask us to correct them or delete them if they are incorrect or expired.
- Right to correct your data
You can request to edit incorrect information about you so that the your information is up-to-date and correct.
- Right to delete your data
- Right to refuse that your data be handled
You can refuse, for legitimate reasons, that your data be transmitted or stored.
- Right to limit the handling of your data
You can ask that only the data necessary to the person in charge of managing the data, may be used.
- Right to carry-over your data
You can retrieve a part or the entirety of your data in an open and readable format (electronically). Your data can be stored or transmitted from one system to another so as to be reused.
- Right not to be subjected to automatic data processing
The right not to be subjected to a decision based solely on an automatic processing of your data includes profiling and more generally any processing that produces legal consequences to you or with significant similar effect on you.
This right does not apply when the decision taken after an automatic processing:
- Is necessary to the conclusion or the execution of a contract between you and the person in charge of such processing;
- Is authorised by the Law of the European Union or French Law and provides appropriate measures to safeguard your rights and liberties and your legitimate interests;
- Is based on your explicit consent.
- Right to withdraw at any time your consent to the processing of your data (if your data are processed based on your consent)
- Post-mortem rights
You have the right to define specific instructions concerning what happens to your personal data after your death.
N.B.: These rights are not absolute. You can exercise them in the intended legal framework and within their limits. In certain cases, we will not answer favorably to your request (legal obligation, respecting our engagements toward you…) If so, we will inform you of the reasons for declining.
For more information about your rights, please look up the French Digital liberties commission (in French) https://www.cnil.fr/fr/comprendre-vos-droits