1- Who processes your data?
The LABA is directly responsible for the processing of these data. It is an organization under the law of 1901, SIRET n° 79896205600023, APE code: 9499Z.
Its head office is located at 1 Artistide Briand BP 600 92 33151 Cenon Cedex.
You will find the contact details of the person in charge of data protection at LABA as well as the list of the different services at the end of this page.
2- What information do we collect, how long do we keep it and why do we collect it?
The information we collect from our users is provided by consent. The information is provided by the user when the contact form “contact us” is completed and sent.
The purpose of processing this information is to contact the user again in order to answer his/her questions and to exchange directly with him/her about our activities and projects.
In this sense, the data is stored directly on our server Bob El Web. This allows a better internal organization and an improvement of the quality of our partner relationship.
Some data are also collected when registering on the LABA newsletter form. The collected data are stored 3 years after the last interaction with a user.
LABA may use the information collected from its users to communicate with them about current and potentially future information.
3- What are the legal grounds for data processing?
We process the above-mentioned data on legal bases determined as follows:
1- The processing is essential for the performance of our service. These data are obligatory and the cessation of their processing will block the entire relationship with the user.
2- Consent: Any user included in the database may, if he or she so wishes and at any time, withdraw his or her consent and request that his or her data be obtained, modified or deleted.
3- Legitimate interest: We use your data for purposes that are not detrimental to your privacy. The information is used for the following purposes:
– Sending e-mails, newsletters,
– Optimization of operations and development of activities and services,
– Targeted mailings (your encrypted personal data is never disclosed to third parties without your consent).
4- Legal obligation: We process your data because of a legal obligation or a right we have. The information is used for the following purposes:
– legal compliance,
– tax compliance,
– social compliance,
– good command of our “customer relations” and “business development” functions.
5- International transfers: The data is stored exclusively on French territory, no international transfers are made.
3- What are your rights?
Access to your data
You can receive a report about the data the LABA stores about you (see: other remarks or complaints).
Delete your data
You have the right to request the erasure of some of your data. However, the law obliges a company to keep some of them. If you would like to know more about the erasure or anonymization, please contact us.
You may object to the processing of your data if you believe that LABA does not have the appropriate rights to do so, or if you want us to delete your informations. To find out how to object to the processing of your data, please contact us (see: other remarks or complaints).
Modify your data
You can correct your data if you think it is incorrect or needs to be updated. To do so, please contact us (Cf: other remarks or complaints).
4- What are tracking technologies, and how are they used?
LABA may use tracking technologies such as cookies. These technologies are used to analyze trends, administer Web sites, track users’ movements through Web sites or applications, and gather demographic information about our user base as a whole.
5- What level of security is applied to your personal data?
In order to protect the confidentiality of data and information that allows our users to identify themselves, we have equipped ourselves with physical, technical and administrative protection devices. We regularly update and test our security technology.
We restrict access to your personal data to our employees. Finally, we train them to understand the importance of confidentiality and to maintain the privacy and security of the information.
Other remarks and complaints
If you have any questions or uncertainties regarding data protection by the LABA, you can contact the data protection officer at email@example.com.
Each EU Member State appoints one or more independent public bodies responsible for monitoring the application of the General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR) in order to protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of natural persons with regard to the processing of their data and to facilitate the free flow of data within the European Union (“Supervisory Authority”).
If you believe that the LABA infringes your rights, or if you wish to report an abuse to the Data Protection Authorities, please contact the relevant authority. In France, this is the CNIL.