Article 1 – Data Collection and Protection
Personal data refers to any information concerning an identified or identifiable natural person (person concerned). A person is deemed to be identifiable if they may be identified, directly or indirectly, including by reference to a name, an identification number or one or more specific elements that are specific to their physical, physiological, genetic, psychological, economic, cultural or social identity. The personal information collected is mainly used by the website Publisher to improve the management of relations with users of this site and the processing of their orders.
The personal data collected by TERRE DE JUMPING is as follows:
- Surname and first name
- Email address
- Telephone number
- Identification data for purchase and post-purchase.
Article 2 – Right of access, rectification and de-indexing of your data
GDPR and processing of the personal data collected:
TERRE DE JUMPING undertakes to comply with the provisions of the French Règlement Général sur la Protection des Données (General Data Protection Regulation) of 25 May 2018. In accordance with the provisions of Article 34 of French Law No 48-87 of 6 January 1978, you have a right of access, rectification and objection to the use of the data concerning you, which you may exercise by sending us a message.
In line with personal data protection regulations, users have the following rights:
- The right of access: They may exercise their right of access, to find out what personal data is held concerning them, by writing to the email address below. In this case, before this right is implemented, the website Publisher may ask for proof of the user’s identity in order to check that it is accurate.
- The right of rectification: If the personal data held by the website Publisher is inaccurate, they may ask for it to be updated.
- The right of deletion of data: Users may ask for their personal data to be deleted, in accordance with the applicable data protection laws.
- The right of limitation of processing: Users may ask the Publisher to limit the processing of personal data in accordance with the hypotheses laid down in the GDPR legislation.
- The right to object to the processing of data: Users may object to their data being processed in accordance with the hypotheses laid down in the GDPR legislation.
- The right of portability: Users may ask the Publisher to send them the personal data that they have supplied in order to send it to a new Publisher.
You may exercise these rights by contacting us at the following address: https://www.skuam.com/en/contact-us/ or by email at: email@example.com
For further information on this subject, you may consult the CNIL website: https://www.cnil.fr/.
Any request must be accompanied by a photocopy of a current signed identity document and mention the address at which the Publisher may contact the person making the request. The response shall be sent within one month of receipt of the request. This one-month period may be extended to two months if the complexity of the request and/or the number of requests require it.
In addition, since French law No. 2016-1321 of 7 October 2016, people who wish to do so have the opportunity to organize what happens to their data after their death. For further information on this subject, you may consult the CNIL website: https://www.cnil.fr/.
Users may also make a complaint to the CNIL via the website: https://www.cnil.fr.
Article 3 – Use of data
The purpose of the personal data collected from users is to make the website services available to them, improve them and maintain a secure environment. The legal basis for processing the data is the performance of the contract between the user and the website. More specifically, the data is used as follows:
- Access to and use of the website by users
- Managing the functioning and optimization of the website
- Implementing user assistance
- Verification, identification and authentication of the data sent by users
- Personalizing the services by displaying adverts based on the user’s browsing history, according to their preferences
- Preventing and detecting fraud, malware (malicious software) and managing security incidents
- Managing any disputes with users
- Sending sales and advertising information in accordance with the user’s preferences
Article 4 – Data Retention Policy
The website retains your data in order to provide you with services or its assistance for the required period.
In order to deal with legal or regulatory obligations, settle disputes, prevent fraud or abuse or apply our terms and conditions, we may also retain some of your information if necessary, for a reasonable period, even after you have closed your account.
Article 5 – Sharing personal data with third parties
Personal data may be shared with third-party companies solely within the European Union in the following cases:
- When users publish information that is accessible to the public in free comment areas of the website.
- When users authorize a third party to access their data.
- When the website uses suppliers to provide assistance, advertising and payment services to users. These suppliers have limited access to the user’s data, in the context of performing their services, and have a contractual obligation to use it in accordance with the provisions of the applicable personal data protection legislation.
- If the law requires, the website may transfer data in order to respond to complaints made against the website and comply with the administrative and judicial procedures.
Article 6 – Marketing offers
You may receive marketing offers from the Publisher. If you do not wish to receive them, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If, when browsing the website, you access personal data, you must refrain from collecting it, from non-authorized use and from any action that could constitute an invasion of privacy or an attack on people’s reputation. The Publisher accepts no responsibility in this respect.
The data shall be retained and used for a period that is in accordance with the current legislation.