MAISON BRUYERE – SUD BISCUITS attaches great importance to the protection of personal data, whether it belongs to clients, employees or professional partners.
Why a personal data charter?
In the framework of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and the Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978 as amended, this Personal Data Protection Charter aims to inform you of all processing related to the use of your personal data for the site www.maisonbruyere.fr.
The objective of this simplified charter is to provide you with clear and transparent information on how your personal data is collected, processed and used.
What is personal data?
Any information which makes it possible to directly or indirectly identify a natural person: name, postal or electronic address, telephone number, IP address are, for example, personal data.
Who is responsible for collecting and processing data on the www.maisonbruyere.fr site?
The data controller is MAISON BRUYERE – SUD BISCUITS, with a capital of €60,000, registered with the Albi RCS under number 329 060 602, whose head office is located at ZA La Bouissounade – 81150 LAGRAVE – France.
Your personal data is the subject of a register managed by the Data Controller kept by a Data Protection Officer whose email address is: email@example.com.
Which data is collected?
The site www.maisonbruyere.fr collects your personal data:
– When sending messages via the contact form. The data collected are your name, surname, telephone number and email address.
– When you contact us by phone, we may collect your name and surname, your company name, email address, telephone number and your postal address.
The fields mentioned in the collection form(s) with an asterisk are mandatory. You are free to choose whether or not to provide non-requested additional personal data if you consider that they are necessary for the smooth running of our possible commercial relationship. In this case, you agree that we keep this information as part of the processing of your request.
What uses are made of my personal data?
In general, you will be informed of the processing operations that the controller intends to perform with your personal data at the time of their collection.
As part of the use of the site, the services and the commercial relationship, this personal data is processed for the following purposes:
• When you send an email via the contact form on the site www.maisonbruyere.fr;
• When we have to manage unpaid debts and disputes with our clients;
• When we collect personal data necessary for improving user experience;
• When we carry out statistical studies and audience measurements of our website.
The personal data collected in the context of browsing are intended exclusively for the data controller and any subcontractors, in the context of the performance of services related to the use of the site. No data transfer is made outside of the European Union.
These data will not be the subject of any possible external communication other than those provided for above, and this, only to meet legal and regulatory obligations or at the request of an administration or a judicial authority, to respond to national security, law enforcement or law enforcement requirements.
What is the retention period for this data?
Your personal data are kept for the time necessary to accomplish the objective pursued when they were collected.
Your data may also be stored so that we can continue to improve your customer experience with us.
The personal data collected will be kept for the period necessary for the accomplishment of the purposes described above, namely 3 years from the date of the end of the commercial relationship, that is to say, the date of the last contact with the client.
The personal data may also be kept for longer under specific legal obligations or with regard to the applicable legal limitation periods, for example:
• 1 year for connection logs from the last connection;
• 13 months for cookies from their deposit on your computer or terminal;
• 3 years for customer identification data (surname, name, email address, telephone number, etc.);
• 6 years for tax documents;
• 10 years for accounting documents;
• where applicable, for the duration of any litigation and until all legal remedies are exhausted.
How to access and correct your data?
You have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete your personal data at any time; this can be exercised directly by registered mail accompanied by a copy of your identity card to MAISON. BRUYERE – SUD BISCUITS at the following address: ZA La Bouissounade – 81150 LAGRAVE – France.
You can also make your request by email to the following address firstname.lastname@example.org attaching a copy of an identity document (national identity card or driving license).
Your request will be processed within 30 days of receipt.
The rights previously granted to you expire upon your death. You may define, during your lifetime, guidelines for the retention, erasure and communication of your personal data after your death.
How to delete your data?
Data rectification right : If the data in possession of MB are incorrect, you may request to update this information.
Data deletion right: You may request to MB to delete your personal data, in agreement to the applicable law regarding the subject.
Right to restriction of procession: You may request MB to restrict the use of your personal data in agreement with the RGPD laws (general data protection regulation).
You may enforce your right by contact us by email at email@example.com
What are the security and anti-fraud measures?
Any user opening an account is invited to create a username or nickname and a password. This password must be kept secret and you must limit access to your computer or mobile devices and log out once you have finished using our services. The password is known only by the user, the administrator does not keep any record of passwords.
In addition, we have implemented technical and organizational measures to protect personal data against accidental loss, destruction, deterioration, and unauthorized or illegal access. (Firewalls, Database backup).
UNIQUE Design limits access to personal data to only those company employees who need it in the context of the execution of the contract.
All persons having access to personal data are bound by a duty of confidentiality.
When we use subcontractors, service providers or when we transmit personal data to partners, this communication is the subject of a contract in order to ensure the protection of this information.
How is your personal data used by social networks?
How is your personal data used by social networks?
The site uses plug-ins (or add-ons) from the Facebook social network (hereinafter and together the “Social Network”).
If you interact on the site by means of these plug-ins, for example by clicking on the “Like” or “Share” button, information related to your browsing on the site and your membership on this Social Network will be transmitted, recorded and processed on a server of the company operating the relevant Social Network and linked to your user account, according to its specific conditions of use.
If you do not want your personal information to be transmitted from the site to the Social Network, we advise the following:
• do not interact with these social networks by clicking on the plug-ins made available to you on the site.
• deactivate your account on the relevant social network before coming to browse our Site,
• browse in “Private” mode via your browser.
For further information regarding the personal data protection regulation, please visit the website: www.cnil.fr