The purpose of this charter is to inform you about the means we use to carry out computer processing of your personal data collected from the https://madmagz.agency website, in strict compliance with your rights.
Identity of the data controller
The company responsible for processing your personal data is MADMAGZ, SAS with a share capital of €156,043.20, registered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register under no. 509 606 216, whose registered office is located at 10 rue Greneta, 75003 Paris.
Nature of the data collected and purpose of processing
To date, we only collect your name, first name, e-mail address and telephone number that you provide when accessing the services offered on the site. This information is required to access our services.
This data is collected for one or more of the following purposes:
To create a file of registered members, users, customers and prospects
To send newsletters, requests and promotional messages (in the event that you do not wish this, we give you the option of expressing your refusal in this respect when your data is collected)
To compile commercial statistics and statistics on the use of our services
To comply with our legal and regulatory obligations.
Recipients of the data
Only the staff of our company, the departments in charge of control and our subcontractors will have access to your personal data.
Your personal data may also be disclosed to public bodies, exclusively to meet our legal obligations, judicial officers, legal agents and bodies responsible for debt collection.
No transfer of data
Your personal data will not be transferred, rented or exchanged to third parties.
Duration of data retention
(i) Concerning data relating to the management of customers and prospects:
Your personal data will not be kept beyond the period strictly necessary to manage our commercial relationship with you. However, data enabling proof of a right or a contract to be established, 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 any 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 their collection or the last contact from the prospect.
At the end of this three-year period, we may contact you again to see if you wish to continue to receive commercial solicitations.
(ii) Regarding identification documents:
In the event of exercising the 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. If the right of opposition is exercised, these data may be archived for the limitation period provided for in Article 8 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, i.e. three years.
(iii) Concerning the management of the lists of opposition to receive canvassing:
The information enabling your right to object to be taken into account is kept for a minimum of three years from the time you exercise your right to object.
(iv) Concerning audience measurement statistics:
The information stored in the users’ terminal or any other element used to identify the users and allowing their traceability or frequentation will not be kept beyond 6 months.
We inform you that we take all useful precautions, appropriate organisational and technical measures to preserve the security, integrity and confidentiality of your personal data and, in particular, to prevent them from being distorted, damaged or accessed by unauthorised third parties.
Cookies are text files, often encrypted, stored in your browser. They are created when a user’s browser loads a particular website: the website sends information to the browser, which then creates a text file. Each time the user returns to the same site, the browser retrieves this file and sends it to the website’s server.
There are two types of cookies, which have different purposes:
Technical cookies are used throughout your browsing experience, to facilitate it and to perform certain functions. A technical cookie may, for example, be used to remember the answers given in a form or the user’s preferences regarding the language or layout of a website, where such options are available.
Advertising cookies may be created not only by the website on which the user is browsing, but also by other websites displaying advertisements, announcements, widgets or other elements on the page displayed. These cookies can be used for targeted advertising, i.e. advertising based on the user’s browsing habits.
We use technical cookies. These are stored in your browser for a period of six months.
We do not use advertising cookies. However, if we were to use them in the future, we would inform you in advance and you would have the opportunity to deactivate these cookies.
We use Google Analytics which is a statistical audience analysis tool that generates a cookie to measure the number of visits to the Site, the number of pages viewed and visitor activity. Your IP address is also collected to determine the city from which you are connecting. The length of time this cookie is kept is mentioned in article 6 of this charter.
We would like to remind you that you can refuse to accept cookies by configuring your browser. However, such a refusal could prevent the proper functioning of the Site.
Access to your personal data
You have the right to obtain the communication as well as the rectification or deletion of your data by contacting [email protected]. You are reminded that any person may, for legitimate reasons, object to the processing of data concerning him or her.
We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to modify this charter at any time.
These changes will come into effect from the date of publication of the new policy. Your use of the site following the entry into force of these modifications will be deemed to constitute recognition and acceptance of the new charter. If you do not agree with the new charter, you should no longer access the Site.
Entry into force
This charter came into force on 1 January 2015.