The site was created by: Encotext SARL with a capital of €7,623.00
- Head Office: 17bis rue de Normandie - 92600 Asnières-sur-Seine
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tel.: (+33)1 47 90 32 68
- NAF-APE Code: 7022Z
- Siret: 47866534200026
The site was done by NOVFR.
Encotext makes every effort to keep all the elements on its website up to date. However, Encotext cannot be held responsible for the inaccuracy of any information appearing on this website and for any resulting damage to the user. Encotext does not guarantee that the website functions uninterruptedly and without IT risks for the user. Encotext cannot be held responsible for any damage resulting from the user's navigation on this website, particularly in the event of loss of data or the transmission of viruses.
The website may include links to other websites. However, Encotext cannot be held responsible for any damage resulting from the user's navigation on these websites.
Encotext's OWNERSHIP RIGHTS
This entire website is subject to the French Intellectual Property Code. All content that appears on this website is likely to be the exclusive property of Encotext and its service providers.
Only reproductions, representations or broadcasts for personal use are authorised.
Concerned about the protection of your privacy and your personal data, Encotext undertakes to ensure the best level of protection for the personal data you communicate through the website accessible on https://www.encotext.com, in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of personal data.
Ilaria Marchetti is responsible for processing the data collected.
In order to give you as much information as possible on this, below you will find the answers to your questions.
- Who collects your personal data, for what purposes and for what reasons?
Encotext collects your personal data via the contact form on the Website, in order to be able to contact you and build up a prospective client database. The data you provide may also be used to send you newsletters and/or to inform you of upcoming events, after having received your consent. The collection of this personal data is necessary for Encotext to perform its services and is in accordance with the legitimate interest of its profession.
- To whom is your data transmitted?
Encotext is the sole recipient of your personal data. However, to guarantee the security of its Website, it calls upon a subcontractor, NovFr, which carries out maintenance and technical development operations on it. In doing so, this subcontractor also has access to your personal data.
- What are your rights to this data?
Pursuant to Articles 14 to 22 of Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, any natural person shall be entitled to exercise the following rights:
- the right to access;
- the right to rectification;
- the right to object to and to cancel the processing of this data;
- the right to object to profiling;
- the right to limit processing;
- the right to move their data.
Furthermore, when Encotext detects a violation of personal data likely to present a high risk for your rights and freedoms, you will be informed of this violation as soon as possible.
You can exercise your rights with Encotext in the following ways:
- by post at the following address: 17 bis rue de Normandie - 92600 Asnières-sur-Seine;
- by email: email@example.com
Your request must be accompanied by proof of identity.
Encotext will reply within one (1) month after you have sent your request. In certain cases, due to the complexity of the request or the number of requests, this period may be extended to two (2) months.
In the event of no reply or an unsatisfactory reply, the person concerned shall be entitled to refer the matter to the supervisory authority of his or her country of residence. In France, this is the CNIL (https://www.cnil.fr).
- What happens to your data following your death?
You can lay down instructions relating to the storage, deletion and communication of your personal data after your death in accordance with Article 40-1 of Law 78-17 of 6 January 1978. These instructions may be general or specific.
You can formulate your advance directives by sending an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Is your data sent outside of the EU?
To date, your data is not sent outside the European Union.
- How long is your data kept for?
Your personal data is kept for as long as you have given consent for and as necessary for the purpose for which it is kept, as specified in the following table:
|Purpose of the data||Retention period||Reason||Deletion period as from the request|
|Sending newsletters and information on current and upcoming events||The entire duration of the consent||Legitimate interest||One (1) month as from the request for deletion of personal data|
|Request for a callback using the contact form, without any resulting professional relationship||Three (3) years after the contact form has been submitted||Legitimate interest||At the end of the three (3) year period after the contact form has been submitted or within one (1) month from the request for deletion of the personal data|
|Request for a callback using the contact form, followed by a professional relationship by means of a contract||The duration of the contract and for a maximum of five (5) years from the end of the contract||Performance of the contract and legitimate interest||At the end of the five (5) year period from the term of the contract|
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