Privacy policy

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DUODECI

We kindly ask you to carefully read this Privacy Policy to understand how your personal data is collected, processed and stored when you use the mobile application or the « DUODECI » website (hereinafter indifferently, « DUODECI » ).

Under this Privacy Policy, the controller of the collection of personal data is: OPUSGEM (hereinafter the « Company », « we », « us » and « our »), a simplified joint-stock company with variable capital of 125,000 euros, registered in the Register of Commerce and Companies of Bourges (France) under number 812 964 021, whose head office is located at Domaine des Colas 18210 Saint-Pierre les Etieux (France).

The Company can be contacted at the toll-free number +33 6 86 88 43 30 and by e-mail at contact@duodeci.com.

1. When can we collect personal data about you?

We receive and process a certain amount of information, which may include personal data about you when you access and use DUODECI, especially when:

2. What information and personal data do we collect?

a- User account credentials and supporting documents to join a DUODECI community.

When you register on DUODECI, you will be asked to enter a certain amount of personal data needed to create your user account. It is mainly data to identify you such as your name, surname and email. When you apply for membership in a specific community on DUODECI, we can also collect supporting documents on your professional situation to verify that your profile is in line with the chosen community.

b- User profile data

Following the creation of your user account, you have the option of completing your profile in order to introduce yourself in more details to the other members of DUODECI.

In this respect, we will collect all the personal data that you decide to publish on your profile including your photograph and additional information about your professional and / or personal life.

c- Navigation and connection data

When you use DUODECI, we may also collect connection data, that is to say information that is automatically recorded by our servers when you access DUODECI or when you use it, whether you are registered on DUODECI or not and whether you are connected to your user account or not.

This connection data may include the following non-exhaustive list of elements: your IP address, the date and time you access or use DUODECI, the type of operating system, the connection type, the version number of the installed Application, the type of mobile equipment.

We may also collect different types of information relating to your use of DUODECI, such as the pages viewed and the order of consultation. This login information may be collected via cookies and other similar technologies, such as mobile application identifiers, on DUODECI. As detailed below in our policy on cookies, cookies are small files that are stored on the computer of visitors and users primarily to facilitate the navigation and use of DUODECI.

3. Why do we collect personal data and on what legal basis?

We collect, process and store your personal data for the following purposes:

4- In which situations can we disclose or share your personal data and with whom?

We may share your personal data in the following situations:

5- What are the security and hosting measures associated with the preservation of your personal data? We take care to secure the personal data of the users appropriately and have taken the necessary precautions to preserve and to make sure that our host also preserves the security and confidentiality of the data and in particular to prevent them from being distorted, damaged or communicated to unauthorized persons.

All the personal data we collect is hosted in France and Europe. We do not transfer personal data to third parties established outside the European Union and that do not offer an adequate level of protection with regard to the legal requirements for the protection of personal data.

Any personal data will be destroyed immediately after the deletion of your user account on DUODECI or after the withdrawal of your consent for data that were subject to your consent.

However, we will be able to keep the data related to the execution of your contract in separate archives so as to be able to defend our rights in court within a period not exceeding the applicable limitation period, namely five years from the end of the contract.

7- How to exercise your rights

In accordance with the European regulations on the protection of personal data, you have the following rights: 7- Cookie Policy

We use cookies on DUODECI (on the Website and / or the Application), in particular to obtain certain information related to your use / consultation of DUODECI. A cookie is a small data file that is transferred to your device (e.g your phone or computer) for registration purposes. For example, a cookie could allow DUODECI to recognize your browser, while another could keep your preferences and other information.

Your browser may allow you to determine how to manage cookies, for example by refusing all cookies or asking for your consent prior to the installation of each cookie. However, bear in mind that some services of DUODECI may not work as expected or not work at all without the acceptance of cookies.

• A. Use of cookies by DUODECI We may place cookies directly on your device through DUODECI. As a result, our privacy policy will apply to the processing of any information we obtain through our cookies.

DUODECI uses cookies and similar tracking technologies for various purposes, including:

B. Disabling cookies

The user can choose to disable cookies. The browser can also be set to report cookies that are stored in your device and to ask for confirmation before accepting a cookie. The user can then accept or refuse cookies on a case by case basis or refuse them systematically. However, it is reminded that such settings may change the conditions of access to content and services that require the use of cookies. If the browser is configured to refuse all cookies, the user may be unable to access some or all of the services offered.

For more information on cookies, please visit the website of the National Commission for Computing and Freedoms (CNIL): http://www.cnil.fr/vos-libertes/vos-traces/les-cookies/