TERMS OF SERVICE
Article 1 - Legal framework
The Website is published by the SAS MARVAL Company, registered with the Paris Trade and Companies Register under SIRET No. 841 959 19 000015, represented by Grégory BENAC in his capacity as Chairman, (hereinafter referred to as “the Publishing Company”).
Any user of the Website expressly acknowledges having read these Terms of Service (TOS). Browsing the Website, buying products online, creating an account or logging in to an account implies express and unreserved acceptance of the TOS by the user.
It is specified that the user of the Website not wishing to adhere to the TOS in their entirety expressly renounces the use of the Website.
Article 2 - Purpose
The Website allows the user to be informed of the news and offers available within the establishment managed by the Publishing Company: shows, table games, contact details, news, etc.
To buy entry tickets to participate in one or more of the physical poker tournaments organized by Club Pierre Charron.
Article 3 - Definitions
TOS: refers to these Terms of Service for the Website and the Services offered on the Website.
User Account: refers to the Account allowing the User to access all the information relating to their profile, their orders placed and their special offers, and news relating to the Publishing Company’s establishment.
Login credentials: refers to the User’s personal login information made up of their username (email address) and their password (personal).
Internet User: refers to people browsing the Website without creating a User Account.
Services: refers to the various services available on the Website.
User: refers to any person over the age of 18 who has registered on the Website. Emancipated minors cannot use the Services.
Article 4 - Using the Services
To be able to browse the Website, the Internet User/User must check that they have the necessary hardware and software, as well as an Internet connection compatible with the conditions of provision of the Services.
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Article 5 - Internet Users
By browsing the Website, the Internet User/User accepts and acknowledges being subject to these TOS without reservation. They therefore agree not to:
- Email, or send by any other means, any content that is illegal, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, tortious, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, contrary to morality, violating the privacy of a person, and/or violating the rights of a third party;
- Use Services that are not available to a simple Internet User;
- Steal the identity of another Internet User.
The Internet User recognizes the limits of the Internet network and cannot hold the Publishing Company liable for any malfunction of the Internet network preventing the proper performance and/or functioning of one or more Services offered on the Website.
Article 6 - Registration: creating a User Account
Each User can only have one account on the Website.
Each account is personal, in the name of the User, and cannot be transferred by any means whatsoever to a third party, even free of charge.
The creation of a User Account allows its holder to access the following Services:
Browsing the Website of the Publishing Company;
Viewing their personal space (where they can modify their information) provided they have previously validated their e-mail address;
Consent to receiving promotional offers from the Publishing Company: by SMS, mail and/or email;
The User will have the possibility, at any time, of simply adapting their preferences in their profile space;
Reservation and purchase of an entry ticket to a poker tournament at Club Pierre Charron, or a secondary tournament location.
The Publishing Company reserves the right to refuse registration or to close a User's account.
To gain User status, regardless of the type of account concerned, individuals must:
- Be a natural person;
- Be of legal age (at least 18 years old, emancipated minors excluded);
- Not be banned from gambling, in accordance with the regulations in force;
- Have the legal capacity (within the meaning of the applicable regulations) to legitimately subscribe to the TOS.
6.2. User Account creation process
To customize for CPC:
User registration is carried out in two (2) successive steps:
Step 1: Click on “login” then on “create an account”. A form is presented to the User. Unless otherwise specified, all of the fields must be completed.
Step 2: Complete the registration form
Your personal information
A form is presented to the Internet User.
Fields marked with an asterisk are mandatory fields:
- Last name*
- First name*
- Date of birth (dd/mm/yyyy)*
- E-mail address*
- Cellphone No.
- Password* (must contain at least 8 characters including a capital letter and a number)
- Confirm password*
If any of the information entered is incorrect, an error message will appear and the Internet User must then modify the information before saving it again.
If all of the information displayed on the screen is correct, the Internet User can click on the “Create my account” button and go to the next step.
Step 3: Activating the User Account
The User now has a temporary User Account with which they can browse all the services available on the Website.
To definitively confirm their Account, the User must click on the link in the account activation e-mail sent by the Publishing Company.
While the User has not carried out this activation, their Simple User Account will be temporary. The temporary account is valid for 72 hours. The user will be reminded by e-mail to confirm their registration 48 hours before the closure of their account. If the account is not activated within the aforementioned deadlines, it will be closed and the User must create a new one.
Article 7 - Preferences
Users can configure their preferences for receiving Club Pierre Charron offers in their “Profile”. If the User wishes to receive offers from the Publishing Company and/or its partners, they can choose the different methods in which to receive the promotional offers, information and services relating to them.
Article 8 - Online reservations and registration for a physical tournament
As a reminder, participation in poker tournaments organized at Club Pierre Charron is reserved for natural persons of legal age at the time of their online purchase, who are not banned from gambling, not classified “A Ne Pas Recevoir” (“Denied”) by the Club/Casino where the tournament is taking place, and subject to the presentation of a valid ID.
8.2 Validity of tournament registrations
Reservations and registration for a tournament made by the User through the Website by logging in are only effective upon receipt of an e-mail confirming their registration (to be customized according to CPC procedures).
(To be customized according to CPC procedures) To be valid, any reservation and registration for a tournament must be confirmed by Club Pierre Charron, which reserves the right to refuse it, giving reasons for its decision. Any User can register for as many tournaments as they wish, subject to the availability of places.
8.3 Participation in tournaments after registration
To participate in the tournament after registering, each User must report to Club Pierre Charron, or to its secondary location, at least two hours before the start of the tournament, and imperatively provide the following documents:
- A valid ID (national ID card or passport);
- (To be customized according to CPC procedures) Confirmation e-mail attesting to successful registration for the tournament.
The Publishing Company declines all responsibility in the event of the loss of the confirmation e-mail. Any participation in a physical tournament implies acceptance of the internal rules of Club Pierre Charron as well as the regulations relating to the rules of the poker game, available and displayed inside the club premises or its secondary location.
8.4 Costs and terms of payment for registrations
The price of the entry fee for tournaments is that indicated on the Website thumbnail image corresponding to the selected tournament. To register, the User must pay the full amount corresponding to the entry fee for the tournament they have selected, by credit/bank card, on the Website.
(To be customized according to CPC procedures)
The User’s banking details are not kept without the User's prior consent. In order to optimize payment security, the Publishing Company may request additional supporting documentation (proof of identity and/or address, such as a photocopy of your ID and/or a bill dated within the past three months), the only recipients of which are the Publishing Company.
In the absence of a response, the Publishing Company reserves the right to cancel the reservation.
The price indicated includes all taxes. If additional charges are applied by Club Pierre Charron, this will be indicated on the tournament sheet when booking.
8.5 Transfer - Exchange
Registration for a tournament is in the person’s name. It is strictly personal and non-transferable. It cannot, under any circumstances, be exchanged for registration for any other tournament.
Entry fees to a tournament may in no case be refunded after the validation of the registration by the Publishing Company, except:
- In the event of force majeure as understood under Article 1218 of the Civil Code;
- (To be customized according to CPC procedures) and/or in the event that the minimum quorum of paying participants in a “sit and go” tournament provided for by the club is not reached.
The early departure or late arrival of a participant in the tournament, except in cases of force majeure, may not give rise to any refund. However, and exceptionally, in the event that a registered Users has to leave the tournament for a particularly serious reason, the tournament organizer may decide, with full authority and without the player being able to contest its decision, whether or not to refund their entry fee in whole or in part.
In the event a tournament is canceled or suspended at the initiative of Club Pierre Charron, registered Users (who are not responsible for this decision) may obtain a refund of their entry fee and their stack, to the exclusion of any other sum or damages.
Any refund request must be made exclusively by e-mail to the following address: (to be customized according to CPC procedures) XXXXX
Each request must contain the user's first and last name, their exact postal address and the reason for the refund request. To facilitate and improve the processing of requests, the subject of the e-mail must be specified as follows: “Refund request + order number”.
SAS MARVAL reserves the right to decline any refund request if it does not meet the criteria set out in this article.
In the event of acceptance of the request by the Company, the refund will be made by (to be customized according to CPC procedures) check within 10 working days.
Note: No refund will be made by the club for a canceled or suspended tournament for which a refund request has not been made.
Article 8.7 - Consumer law and right of withdrawal
In accordance with the applicable provisions of the French Consumer Code, the provisions applicable to contracts concluded remotely, and in particular to the right of withdrawal, do not apply to this service of reservation and payment of a ticket to participate in a poker tournament at Club Pierre Charron or its secondary location.
Consequently, no withdrawal request shall be made once the tournament registration request has been confirmed.
Article 8.8 - Promotional Communications
Participation in one of the tournaments organized implies the express authorization for the Publishing Company to use the last name, first name, address, photographic reproductions, and audiovisual and multimedia materials recorded during the competition, for promotional and advertising purposes, particularly by way of the press, radio, or any other media, without giving rise to the granting of rights or the payment of compensation of any kind to the participant.
The information and audiovisual content must only reflect the player's performance, to the exclusion of any information of a personal nature.
Article 9 - Login credentials
When registering, the User fills in:
- Their e-mail address (which will serve as their login ID/username each time they log in to their account); (What about the possibility of using a screen name?)
- A password of their choice (containing at least 8 characters, including at least 1 uppercase letter and 1 number);
(Hereinafter the “Login credentials”).
The username and password must be entered by the User upon each subsequent connection to their account in order to be identified by the Publishing Company. Following registration, the Publishing Company confirms the User's registration by e-mail to the address that they have previously provided.
(To be customized according to CPC procedures) By clicking on “my account” in the general menu, the User can modify their personal information at any time. The User can also change their password by entering the old one, then entering the chosen new password two (2) times.
The Publishing Company can in no way be held responsible for the consequences of the User’s failure to customize their password.
The User must immediately notify the Publishing Company by sending an e-mail to (To be changed?) firstname.lastname@example.org if there has been any unauthorized use of their Login credentials or if they think that any of their Login credentials are no longer confidential.
The Publishing Company reserves the right to require the User to modify their Login credentials if it considers that these no longer provide adequate security.
In the event of a problem, the Publishing Company reserves the right to suspend, temporarily or permanently, the User's access to their account using their Login credentials.
If the User forgets their password, they must click on the link “forgotten password?” accessible by clicking on the “join us” button and enter the e-mail address associated with their User account. The Publishing Company will then send them a link by e-mail allowing them to change their password in an Internet browser.
Confidentiality of Login credentials:
In particular, the User's attention is drawn to the lack of security associated with the use of the automatic login memorization function offered by some computer systems, and the User assumes full responsibility for the use and the possible consequences of such a function.
Any use of the Login credentials is presumed to have been made or duly authorized by the User. Consequently, the Publishing Company can in no way be held responsible for consequences detrimental to the User resulting from the illicit, fraudulent or abusive use of the Login credentials and access to the Website by a third party not expressly authorized by the User. The User therefore remains solely responsible if they are unable to access their Account in the event of forgetting their Login credentials (for which recovery procedures exist).
Any illegal use of the User's Login credentials must be reported as soon as possible to the Publishing Company by sending an e-mail to (To be changed?) email@example.com so that the Publishing Company may record the User's claim and put an end to such fraudulent use.
Article 10 - Personal data
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Article 12 - The Publishing Company’s responsibility
12.1. Website availability
The Publishing Company strives to ensure the availability of the Website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
However, access may be interrupted as part of maintenance operations, hardware or software upgrades, emergency repairs, or as a result of circumstances beyond the control of the Publishing Company (such as, for example, failure of telecommunications connections and equipment).
The Publishing Company undertakes to take all reasonable measures to limit such disruptions, insofar as they are attributable to it. The Internet User and/or User acknowledges and accepts that the Publishing Company assumes no responsibility for any unavailability, suspension or interruption of the Website or the Services.
The Internet User and/or the User is personally responsible for setting up the IT and telecommunications resources allowing access to the Website, and the knowledge necessary for using the Internet. The Internet User and/or the User is responsible for the connection and equipment costs associated with Internet access and use of the Website. The Internet User and/or the User browses the Website at their own risk.
12.2 The Company’s responsibility
The Publishing Company undertakes to provide the Services as a diligent professional, within the framework of a best-efforts obligation.
The Publishing Company may not, under any circumstances, incur liability for indirect or unforeseeable damages within the meaning of the Civil Code, which include in particular, but without this list being exhaustive, any lost profit, loss of opportunity, cost of obtaining a substitute service or technology.
The Publishing Company cannot, under any circumstances, be held liable for, without this list being exhaustive:
- The transmission and/or reception of any data and/or information on the Internet;
- Any malfunction of the Internet network preventing the smooth running and/or functioning of one or more Services offered on the Website;
- Failure of any receiving equipment or communication lines;
- Routing problems;
- The consequences of any virus or computer bug, anomaly, or technical failure;
- Any damage caused to a User's computer;
- Any technical, hardware and software failure of any kind which has prevented or limited participation in one of the Services offered on the Website or which has damaged a User's computer system.
12.3 Force majeure
The liability of the Publishing Company cannot be sought in the case of a force majeure event or for any other event beyond its control preventing the provision of the Services under conditions in accordance with the provisions of the TOS.
Logging in to the Website and Users’ participation in the Services offered on the Website are solely the Users’ responsibility. It is the responsibility of all Internet Users and/or Users to take all appropriate measures to protect their own data and/or software stored on their computer equipment against any attack (viruses, spam, Trojan horses, bugs, etc.).
The Publishing Company may not, under any circumstances, be held liable for any difficulty or impossibility encountered by Internet Users/Users when connecting to the Internet.
12.5 Cancellation, changes, suspension
The Publishing Company cannot be held responsible if, for any reason beyond its control, one or more of the Services were to be modified, postponed or canceled.
Any evolution or change in the content of the Website may result in an update and/or temporary unavailability of the Website which in no way incurs the liability of the Publishing Company.
Likewise, the Publishing Company reserves the right to interrupt or suspend one or more of the Services offered on the Website, at any time and without notice, without having to provide justification. In this case, the liability of the Publishing Company cannot be incurred in any way and Users cannot claim any compensation of any kind.
12.6 Hypertext links
The Publishing Company may offer on the Website simple links to other third-party websites. In such a case, the links are provided only as a courtesy.
Since the Publishing Company is not in a position to check the content of these third-party websites, all access to such websites is carried out under the sole responsibility of the Internet User/User and at their own risk. The Publishing Company declines all responsibility for the content, legality or availability of third-party websites. The Internet User/User acknowledges that the Publishing Company assumes no responsibility for any loss or damage that may occur as a result of accessing or browsing such third-party websites.
The Publishing Company undertakes to act as a diligent professional and to not offer active hypertext links to websites or content that could reasonably be considered illegal. However, the Publishing Company is not able to verify, after the establishment of the link, changes to the content of the third-party website. The Publishing Company undertakes to proceed with removing links to third-party websites whose illegal nature has been brought to its attention by any means and in particular upon a simple complaint made by e-mail to (To be changed?) firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to the following postal address: Club Pierre Charron, SAS MARVAL, 62 Rue Pierre Charron, 75008 PARIS.
12.7 Third parties
The Publishing Company may be required to offer the Internet User/User access to third-party websites or participation in loyalty programs, marketing or any other activities taking place on a third-party website or program. In this case, the Publishing Company cannot assume responsibility for the activities of these third parties and urges Internet Users/Users to take note of the conditions offered by third party websites.
Article 13 - Avatars
The Internet User/User may be given the option to download an image, visual or photograph of their choice which will only be visible to them, for the purposes of being identified. When the Internet User/User uploads an avatar, they undertake to ensure that it does not infringe the rights of third parties (trademark, copyright, personality rights, image rights, etc.). The Publishing Company notably prohibits the avatars listed below and/or those which would be prejudicial to public order and/or good morals:
- Avatars of a religious nature;
- Avatars of a political nature;
- Avatars of a pornographic or sexual nature;
- Avatars of a violent, bloody, etc. nature.
The Publishing Company reserves the exclusive right to judge the admissibility of an avatar, and in the event of a violation it also reserves the right to close the account.
Article 14 - Guarantees
In the event that the liability of the Publishing Company is sought judicially due to a breach by an Internet User and/or User of the obligations incumbent on them under these terms and the legislative and regulatory provisions in force, the Publishing Company may call on the Internet User and/or User as guarantor.
Article 15 - Intellectual property rights
The Publishing Company is the holder of the intellectual property rights over all the elements composing the Website (including its graphic charter, its directory structure, its browsing interfaces, its databases, etc.). As such, and except with the prior written authorization of the Publishing Company, you may not carry out any reproduction, representation, adaptation, translation and/or partial or complete transformation, and/or transfer to another Application and/or other website of any element or data composing the Website.
Any reproduction of the brands and/or logos appearing on the Website, by any means whatsoever, without the prior written authorization of the Publishing Company, is strictly prohibited. Any violation of the above provisions constitutes an act of counterfeiting liable to incur the civil and/or criminal liability of its perpetrator.
Article 16 - Modifications to the Service or the TOS
The Publishing Company undertakes to inform the User of changes to the TOS by any means at their disposal. Any login by the Internet User and/or the User to the Website/Account after being informed of the change in the features of the Website or of the TOS constitutes acceptance of the changes made.
In order to adapt to changes to the Website and/or its operation, the Publishing Company reserves the right to modify, unilaterally and without notice, these TOS as well as the Services offered on the Website. The version of the TOS accepted by the Internet User and/or the User expresses all the obligations between the Publishing Company and the Internet User and/or User, relating to the Services offered by the Publishing Company and supersedes any declaration, commitment, oral or written communication, acceptance, contract and prior agreement, relating to the provision of Services by the Publishing Company. The Internet User and/or User can access the TOS at any time on a dedicated page on the Website.
Article 17 - Complaints
The Internet User and/or the User can send their complaint by e-mail to the following address: (To be changed?) email@example.com
For any complaint relating to the service for the online reservation and purchase of an entry ticket to a poker tournament, the User can send an e-mail to (To be changed?) firstname.lastname@example.org or call: XXXXX.
Article 18 - Proof
Given the express agreement between the Internet User and/or the User and the Publishing Company, only the computer systems and archives of the latter shall be deemed to be authentic. The computerized registers, which are kept in the computer systems of the Publishing Company under reasonable conditions of security and reliability, are considered as proof of the relations and communications between the Publishing Company and the Internet User and/or User.
It is therefore agreed that, unless there is a manifest error, the Publishing Company may avail itself of, and be declared admissible in the event of litigation, the production, in particular for the purposes of proof, of any act, fact or omission, of programs, data, files, records and other elements (such as monitoring reports or other statements) in computer or electronic format or medium established, received or stored directly or indirectly by the Publishing Company and in particular in its computer systems.
Article 19 - Duration
These Terms of Service are applicable from May 1, 2020 for an indefinite period.
Article 20 - Invalidity
If one or more provisions of the TOS is found to be invalid or inapplicable for any reason whatsoever, said provision will be corrected only to the extent necessary to make it applicable. It is specified that if one or more provisions of the TOS were declared invalid or inapplicable, the other clauses would retain their full force and scope.
Article 21 - Governing law and competent courts
The TOS are governed and interpreted by French law alone. Any dispute relating to the interpretation, performance or non-performance of the TOS or participation in Games will be submitted to the competent Courts, appointed in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure.
This Charter applies to all data processing implemented by SAS Marval, and operated under the Club Pierre Charron brand.
- About SAS MARVAL
The data controller, SAS MARVAL, is a company whose head office is located at 62 Rue Pierre Charron 75008 Paris, registered with the Paris Trade and Companies Register under No. 841959190.
SAS MARVAL, a simplified joint-stock company (SAS - société par actions simplifiée), shall hereinafter be referred to as “MARVAL” or “us/we” or “Club Pierre Charron”.
This Policy covers online and offline data collections, including information that we collect through our websites and applications, as well as the programs and events in our Gaming Club.
This policy details the way in which the information collected via our websites or in our establishment is used and protected.
We recommend that you regularly review this Policy as we update and modify it regularly. We try to keep you informed of any changes made.
- Personal data processing
Personal data is any information collected and recorded in a format that can be used to personally identify you, either directly or indirectly, as an individual.
The provision of information marked with an asterisk on the data collection forms is mandatory and necessary to take your request into account and provide you with the response or service requested.
In addition to this information, we also collect information that you agree to communicate to us or that we collect in our legitimate interest or within the framework of our legal obligations.
Below you will find a general overview:
Categories of personal data that we use and keep about you (or that third party processors acting on our behalf have collected - for more information on processors acting on our behalf, see below, Article 7);
The purposes for which this information is collected;
Legal bases applicable to data processing.
- The categories of personal data we collect
As part of our Services, we collect, directly from you or through our tools in our establishment or on websites, the following categories of personal data:
Your identity, marital status and contact details;
Information on your consumption, your preferences;
Information about your bank card (for transaction and reservation purposes);
Information about your browsing via our cookies and similar technologies used on our website;
Your image and voice (as part of the surveillance of our establishments).
- The purposes of processing
We process your personal data for different reasons, mainly to:
- Manage transactions in our establishments, reservations and Services in general;
- Manage the sending of commercial and marketing offers, contests, to target offers according to your preferences;
- Manage our loyalty programs;
- Carry out satisfaction surveys, studies and statistics;
- Improve our services by taking into account all the comments you leave during your visit to our club;
- Respect our vigilance obligations with regard to our customers and public bodies (gambling bans for example);
- Manage your requests to exercise rights;
- Customize and optimize the ease of use of our websites;
- Manage complaints and disputes;
- Manage a list of clients who behaved inappropriately during their stay in our establishment or who have access restrictions;
- Ensure the surveillance of our establishment, the safety of property and people, regulate the games and finally fight against xxx
- The purposes of processing and legal bases
In addition to cases where you expressly consent to the processing of your data (sending marketing messages for example) or cases where the processing of your data is necessary for us to comply with our legal obligations (such as duty of vigilance, fight against fraud), data processing may be necessary to ensure the performance of the contract between us or to satisfy our legitimate interest. Indeed, it is in our legitimate interest to be able to manage claims and complaints in order to ensure our defense, to be able to customize and optimize our offers and websites in order to improve them, and to ensure the monitoring of the club, safety and the regularity of games within the club.
- Information sharing
In the unique context of being able to give you complete satisfaction in the use of our Services, we are required to communicate your personal data to internal and external persons.
This concerns all the internal staff called upon to intervene to enable you to benefit from the services of our club: staff at the counters/customer reception, support service staff, such as the IT department, the marketing departments, and the legal department.
These are subcontractors, service providers and banks. The sole purpose of transmitting information is the thorough performance by MARVAL of the Services you have requested and the exclusive quest for your satisfaction.
The local or national administrative and judicial authorities may also request the communication of your personal data should the law require it. This type of disclosure may be required in connection with any lawsuit, petition or investigation, government request, legal order, enforcement of legal rights (e.g., contractual terms, intellectual property rights, etc.), matters relating to combating money laundering, security issues or other similar legal or security problems. Sharing your information in this context is not a regular event, but can happen at any time. We will endeavor to limit the types and volumes of information that we may have to share for legal purposes to what is reasonably necessary and will ensure that any transfer outside the European Union is made on a suitable legal basis.
- Data transfers
When the processing of your data involves a transfer outside the European Union, such transfers are made with appropriate safeguards. When the sharing of information involves a transfer to the United States, said transfer is made on the basis of the Privacy Shield certification or on the basis of standard contractual clauses of the European Union.
- Data security
MARVAL implements the appropriate means to preserve the security and confidentiality of data, via physical and logical protection procedures, including data encryption.
We also process your personal data on servers hosted by us at 62 rue Pierre Charron 75008 PARIS and we implement the necessary means to secure our service.
Likewise, we impose the same conditions of security and confidentiality on our service providers and subcontractors having access to your personal data only within the context of the Services.
- Third-party websites and features
Our website may offer links or features to other third-party websites (including third-party social networks), which we do not own or control. If you click on any such links or use these features, you do so at your own risk. We are not responsible for the content or practices of any third-party website, application or feature.
- Retention of collected data
We store your information for a period commensurate with the purpose for which we process it, to meet legal and regulatory requirements and within the limits imposed by them.
In terms of commercial communication and marketing, your data is kept for a maximum period of three years from the end of our commercial relationship.
In accordance with Article L.561-13 of the Monetary and Financial Code and with decree No. 2016-774 of June 10, 2016, your names and addresses are kept for a period of five years from the date of verification.
Video and audio recordings made in our casinos are kept for a period of one month, unless extended due to investigations linked, in particular, to suspicions of fraud.
The data concerning your bank card are erased from our operational databases after the completion of the transaction, but may be kept in archives to protect us against any possible dispute of the transaction for a period of 13 months after the collection.
- Your rights
In application of the French Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978 as amended and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (2016/679) (the “GDPR”), as a data subject, you have the following rights:
- The right to access the personal information we hold about you;
- The right to ask us to update or correct any outdated or incorrect personal information about you;
- Where the processing is based on your consent, the right to withdraw your consent at any time,
- The right to object to the receipt of communications;
- The right to erasure when the conditions of Article 17 of the GDPR are met;
- The right to limit processing when the conditions of Article 18 of the GDPR are met;
- The right to data portability insofar as the conditions of Article 20 of the GDPR are met;
- The right to define directives relating to the fate of your personal data after your death;
- The right to object to the processing of personal data concerning you, insofar as the conditions of Article 21 of the GDPR are met; and
- The right to lodge a complaint with a regulatory authority, namely CNIL in France (https://www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes);
You can exercise these rights at any time by sending us an e-mail at email@example.com.
- Contacts - Contact details of our Data Protection Officer
For the sake of confidentiality and the protection of your personal data, we ask you to attach to your request a copy of an official document allowing you to be identified (identity card, passport, driver's license). Your request will be processed as soon as possible and in accordance with the applicable legal and regulatory texts.