1. Management of personal data
The Client is informed of the regulations concerning marketing communication, the law of June 21, 2014 for confidence in the Digital Economy, the Data Protection Act of August 06, 2004 and the General Regulation on Data Protection (RGPD: No. 2016-679).
1.1 RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COLLECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
For the Personal Data collected in connection with the creation of the User’s personal account and its browsing on the Site, the Person in charge of the processing of Personal Data is: MISSIONS PUBLIQUES (represented by Yves Matthieu).
MISSIONS PUBLIQUES agrees to comply with the legal provisions in force. In particular, it is up to the Customer to establish the purposes of its data processing, to provide its prospects and customers, from the collection of their consent, complete information on the processing of their personal data and maintain a record of treatments in line with reality.
Whenever MISSIONS PUBLIQUES processes Personal Data, MISSIONS PUBLIQUES takes all reasonable measures to ensure the accuracy and relevance of the Personal Data with regard to the purposes for which MISSIONS PUBLIQUES deals with them.
1.2 PURPOSE OF THE DATA COLLECTED
MISSIONS PUBLIQUES is likely to treat all or part of the data:
- to improve navigation on the Site: usage data, computer equipment used for navigation;
- to carry out communication campaigns (newsletter and other e-mails): e-mail address;
- in the context of his job search: name, e-mail address, telephone number, address.
MISSIONS PUBLIQUES does not market your personal data which are therefore only used by necessity or for statistical purposes and analyzes.
1.3 RIGHT OF ACCESS, RECTIFICATION AND OPPOSITION
In accordance with the European regulations in force, Users of www.wetheinternet.org have the following rights:
- right of access (article 15 RGPD) and rectification (article 16 RGPD), updating, completeness of the data of Users right of locking or erasing data of the Users of a personal nature (article 17 of the RGPD), when they are inaccurate, incomplete, equivocal, out of date, or whose collection, use, communication or preservation is prohibited;
- right to withdraw consent at any time (article 13-2c RGPD);
- right to limit the processing of User data (article 18 RGPD);
- right to oppose the processing of User data (Article 21 RGPD);
- right to the portability of the data that the Users will have provided, when this data is the subject of automated processing based on their consent or on a contract (article 20 RGPD);
- right to define the fate of the data of the Users after their death and to choose to whom MISSIONS PUBLIQUES will have to communicate (or not) its data to a third which they will have previously designated.
As soon as MISSIONS PUBLIQUES becomes aware of the death of a User and in the absence of instructions from him, MISSIONS PUBLIQUES undertakes to destroy his data, unless their retention proves necessary for probative purposes or to fulfill an obligation legal.
If the User wishes to know how MISSIONS PUBLIQUES uses his Personal Data, ask to rectify or oppose their treatment, the User can contact MISSIONS PUBLIQUES in writing to the following address:
Missions Publiques – DPO
35 rue du Sentier 75002 Paris
In this case, the User must indicate the Personal Data that he / she would like MISSIONS PUBLIQUES to correct, update or delete by identifying himself / herself with a copy of an identity document (identity card or passport).
Requests for the deletion of Personal Data will be subject to the obligations that are imposed on MISSIONS PUBLIQUES by the law, particularly as regards the preservation or archiving of documents. Finally, Users of www.wetheinternet.org can file a complaint with the supervisory authorities, and in particular the CNIL (https://www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes).
1.4 NON-DISCLOSURE OF PERSONAL DATA
MISSIONS PUBLIQUES is prohibited from processing, hosting or transferring the Information collected on its Clients to a country located outside the European Union or recognized as “unsuitable” by the European Commission without informing the client beforehand. However, MISSIONS PUBLIQUES remains free from the choice of its technical and commercial subcontractors on the condition that they present sufficient guarantees with regard to the requirements of the General Regulation on Data Protection (RGPD: No. 2016-679).
MISSIONS PUBLIQUES undertakes to take all the necessary precautions to preserve the security of the Information and in particular that it is not communicated to unauthorized persons. However, if an incident affecting the integrity or confidentiality of the Customer’s Information is brought to the attention of MISSIONS PUBLIQUES, it will promptly inform the Customer and inform him of the corrective measures taken. Moreover MISSIONS PUBLIQUES does not collect any “sensitive data”.
The Personal Data of the User may be processed by MISSIONS PUBLIQUES subsidiaries and subcontractors (service providers), exclusively in order to achieve the purposes of this policy.
Within the limits of their respective attributions and for the purposes mentioned above, the main people likely to have access to the data of the MISSIONS PUBLIQUES Users are mainly the agents of our customer service.
The management of the newsletter of Missions Publiques, as well as its database, is entrusted to the following service provider: Mailchimp, an American company (The Rocket Science Group LLC, 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue NE, Suite 5000, Atlanta Georgia 30308, USA).
2. Incident Notification
Whatever efforts are made, no method of transmission over the Internet and no method of electronic storage is completely secure. We can not therefore guarantee absolute security. If we become aware of a security breach, we will notify the affected users so that they can take appropriate action. Our incident reporting procedures take into account our legal obligations, whether at the national or European level. We are committed to fully informing our customers of all matters relating to the security of their account and providing them with all the information they need to help them meet their own regulatory reporting requirements.
No personal information of the user of the site www.missionspubliques.org is published without the knowledge of the user, exchanged, transferred, assigned or sold on any support to others. Only the assumption of redemption of MISSIONS PUBLIQUES and its rights would allow the transmission of such information to the prospective purchaser who would in turn be given the same obligation to store and modify data with respect to the user of the site www.missionspubliques.org.
To ensure the security and confidentiality of Personal Data and Personal Health Data, MISSIONS PUBLIQUES uses networks protected by standard devices such as firewall, pseudonymization, encryption and password.
When processing Personal Data, MISSIONS PUBLIQUES shall take all reasonable steps to protect them against loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration or destruction.
3. Hypertext links “cookies” and tags (“tags”) internet
The website www.missionspubliques.org contains a number of hypertext links to other sites, set up with the authorization of MISSIONS PUBLIQUES. However, MISSIONS PUBLIQUES does not have the possibility to verify the content of the sites thus visited, and will not assume any responsibility as a result of this fact.
Unless you decide to disable cookies, you agree that the site may use them. You may at any time disable these cookies for free from the deactivation possibilities offered to you, knowing that this may reduce or prevent accessibility to all or part of the Services offered by the site.
A “cookie” is a small information file sent to the User’s browser and stored in the User’s terminal (eg computer, smartphone), (hereinafter “Cookies”). This file includes information such as the User’s domain name, the User’s Internet Service Provider, the User’s operating system, and the date and time of access. The Cookies do not risk in any case to damage the terminal of the User.
MISSIONS PUBLIQUES is likely to process the information of the User concerning his visit of the Site, such as the pages consulted, the searches carried out. This information allows MISSIONS PUBLIQUES to improve the content of the Site, the navigation of the User.
Cookies facilitating the navigation and / or the provision of the services offered by the Site, the User can configure his browser to enable him to decide whether or not he wishes to accept them so that Cookies are registered in the Website. the terminal or, on the contrary, that they be rejected, either systematically or according to their issuer. The User can also configure his browser so that the acceptance or rejection of Cookies are proposed to him punctually, before a Cookie is likely to be registered in his terminal. MISSIONS PUBLIQUES informs the User that, in this case, it is possible that the functionality of its browser software is not all available.
If the User refuses the registration of Cookies in his terminal or his browser, or if the User deletes those who are registered there, the User is informed that his browsing and his experience on the Site may be limited. This could also be the case when MISSIONS PUBLIQUES or one of its service providers can not recognize, for technical compatibility purposes, the type of browser used by the terminal, the language and display settings or the country from which the terminal seems connected to the Internet.
If applicable, MISSIONS PUBLIQUES declines all responsibility for the consequences related to the degraded operation of the Site and the services possibly offered by MISSIONS PUBLIQUES, resulting (i) from the refusal of Cookies by the User (ii) the impossibility for MISSIONS PUBLIQUES to register or consult the Cookies necessary for their operation because of the choice of the User. For the management of Cookies and the choices of the User, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help menu of the browser, which will indicate how the user can change his wishes for cookies.
At any time, the User can make the choice to express and modify his wishes regarding Cookies. MISSIONS PUBLIQUES may also use the services of external service providers to help collect and process the information described in this section.
Finally, by clicking on the icons dedicated to Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Google Plus social networks appearing on the MISSIONS PUBLIQUES Website or in its mobile application and if the User has accepted the deposit of cookies while continuing to browse the Website or the mobile application of MISSIONS PUBLIQUES, Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and Google Plus can also place cookies on your terminals (computer, tablet, mobile phone).
These types of cookies are only placed on your terminals if you consent, by continuing your navigation on the Website or the mobile application of MISSIONS PUBLIQUES. At any time, the User may nevertheless reconsider his / her consent to MISSIONS PUBLIQUES depositing this type of cookie.
For details of the cookies used on this site and/or to modify your consent regarding their use, you can follow this link.
Article 3.2. TAGS
MISSIONS PUBLIQUES may occasionally use Internet tags (also known as “tags”, or action tags, one-pixel GIFs, transparent GIFs, invisible GIFs, and one-to-one GIFs) and deploy them through a specialized partner. Web analytics likely to be located (and therefore store the corresponding information, including the IP address of the User) in a foreign country.
This technology allows MISSIONS PUBLIQUES to evaluate the visitors’ responses to the Site and the effectiveness of its actions (for example, the number of times a page is opened and the information consulted), as well as the use of this Site. by the User.
The external service provider may collect information about visitors to the Site and other websites through these tags, compile reports on the Site’s activity for MISSIONS PUBLIQUES, and provide other services related to the website. use of it and the Internet.
4. Applicable law and jurisdiction
Any dispute in connection with the use of the site www.wetheinternet.org is subject to French law. Except in cases where the law does not permit, exclusive jurisdiction is conferred on the competent courts of Paris