MEDIAPOST places the protection of personal data at the heart of its activities and the services offered to you.
This Policy sets out the principles and guidelines for the protection of your Personal Data and is intended to inform you about:
This Policy applies to all MEDIAPOST services, excluding potential partner sites.
How does MEDIAPOST take into account the protection of Personal Data?
MEDIAPOST agrees to take into account the protection of your Personal Data and your privacy when designing new products or services that are available to you. To ensure the security and ensure the respect and the good exercise of your rights, the measures allowing to protect your personal data are implemented.
What personal data is used by MEDIAPOST?
MEDIAPOST undertakes to collect only data strictly necessary for the realization of the services subscribed.
In the case where optional data are requested, MEDIAPOST will clearly inform you about the Personal Data necessary to perform the service subscribed and those voluntarily provided by you.
Personal Data is collected directly from you and is only used for the purposes that have been brought to your attention.
Personal data is used to offer you other services only if you have agreed to receive commercial communications.
How is the collection of personal data of minors?
Some services may be used by minors. In this case, minors must obtain the consent of their parents or legal representatives.
Which services or companies are your Personal Data communicated to?
Your data may be transmitted:
Can your Personal Data be transferred outside the European Union?
MEDIAPOST carries out all the processing of your Personal Data in the territory of the European Union (EU).
However, for certain specific services, MEDIAPOST may use subcontractors established outside the EU. Certain Personal Data can then be communicated to them for the strict needs of their missions. In this case, in accordance with the regulations in force, MEDIAPOST requires its subcontractors to provide the necessary guarantees for the supervision and securing of these transfers, in particular by signing standard contract clauses of the European Commission.
For how long does La Poste Group keep your Personal Data?
The retention period of your Personal Data depends on the service subscribed. MEDIAPOST undertakes not to keep your Personal Data beyond the time necessary to provide the service, plus the retention period imposed by the applicable rules on legal prescription.
Are your Personal Data protected?
MEDIAPOST undertakes to take all measures to ensure the security and confidentiality of the Personal Data and in particular to prevent it from being damaged, erased or unauthorized third parties having access to it.
In accordance with the commitments made in the La Poste Group's Data Charter, the processing performed may be subject to audit.
Furthermore, in the event of a security incident affecting your Personal Data (destruction, loss, alteration or disclosure), MEDIAPOST undertakes to comply with the obligation to notify personal data breaches, particularly with the CNIL.
What are your rights on your Personal Data?
You have the right at any time to exercise with MEDIAPOST the rights provided for by the applicable regulations applicable to personal data, subject to fulfilling the conditions:
When subscribing for a service or collecting your Personal Data, you are given the address (postal and / or electronic) to which you send your request for the exercise of your rights.
All requests must be accompanied by proof of identity. MEDIAPOST undertakes to respond to your requests for the exercise of your rights as soon as possible and in any event in compliance with legal deadlines.
Has MEDIAPOST appointed a Data Protection Officer?
The appointment of a Data Protection Officer testifies to MEDIAPOST's commitment to the protection, security and confidentiality of the Personal Data of its clients.
You can contact the Data Protection Officer at the following address:
Madam the Delegate for the Protection of the Data
9 rue Colonel Pierre Avia
Each term beginning with a capital letter has the meaning given to it below.
"Personal Data" : Refers to any information relating to you that identifies you directly or indirectly.
"Processing" : Refers to any transaction or set of transactions applied to your Personal Data.
"Person in charge of the treatment" : Designates the entity of the group La Poste which carries out the treatment of your Personal Data.
"Personal Data Violation" means a breach of security resulting in accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, disclosure or unauthorized access to your Personal Data.
"Recipient" : Refers to the service or company that receives communication and can access your Personal Data.