I. PERSONAL DATA
Generally speaking, it is possible for you to use the Service of one of Fab’entech’s interactive modules, or the Fab’entech website, without providing any personal information about you. In any case, you are under no circumstances required to provide this information to Fab’entech.
Nonetheless, if you refuse, you may not be able to benefit from certain information or services that you have asked for. In this regard, Fab’entech may be led, in certain cases, to ask you to enter your last name, first name, email address, telephone number, and postcode (hereinafter your “Personal Information”). By providing this information, you expressly agree for it to be processed by Fab’entech, for the purposes stated in point 2 below, as well as for the purposes identified in each form.
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation adopted by the European Parliament on 14 April 2016, and the French Data Privacy Act of 6 January 1978, amended, Fab’entech informs you of the following points:
1. DATA PROTECTION OFFICER CONTACT INFORMATION
You may contact the Fab’entech’s Data Protection Officer (DPO) by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. PURPOSES OF PROCESSING
Fab’entech may process your Personal Information for the following purposes:
(a) providing you with information or services that you have requested (namely: sending the newsletter); and/or
(b) collecting information that will allow us to improve our Website, our products and services (namely by means of cookies); and/or
(c) contacting you about different offers or different events relating to Fab’entech;
(d) for Fab’entech’s clients who use the Service by installing it on their own websites and to have access to certain data that we collect, particularly email addresses of people who subscribe to the newsletter via its interactive module, or data captured during the use of the module.
Only Fab’entech and Fab’entech’s client who use its services by installing it on its own website are recipients of your Personal Information. The Personal Information that Fab’entech’s client receives concerns only information associated with its own interactive modules and its own use of Fab’entech’s Service. This personal information, whether individualized or aggregated, is never transmitted to third parties, notwithstanding any subcontractors and services called on by Fab’entech (you will find further information about this in point 7 below). Neither Fab’entech nor any of its subcontractors shall engage in the commercialization of personal data from visitors and Users of its Website.
4. DURATION OF RETENTION
Your Personal Information shall be retained by Fab’entech only as long as is necessary for it to be processed.
5. DATA PROCESSING RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS
You have the following rights with respect to your Personal Information that you may exercise by writing to email@example.com.
5-1. RIGHTS OF ACESS AND COMMUNICATION OF DATA
You have the right to access the Personal Information about you.
However, due to the obligation for security and privacy when processing personal data that is incumbent on Fab’entech, please be aware that your request will be processed, provided that you demonstrate your identity, namely by producing a scan of your valid identity document (when making a request via an email sent to our contact email address) or a signed photocopy of your valid identity document (when submitting a request in writing).
Fab’entech hereby informs you that it shall be entitled, as applicable, to object to demands that are clearly abusive (due to their number, or repetitive or systematic nature),
To assist you in your approach, particularly if you wish to exercise your right of access by means of a written request to: firstname.lastname@example.org, you will find by clicking on the following link a model letter developed by the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (the French data privacy authority)
5-2. RIGHT TO RECTIFICATION OF DATA
With this right, you are authorized by law to request the correction, updating, locking, or even erasure of data which you may prove is, as applicable, inaccurate, erroneous, incomplete, or obsolete.
Also, you may define general and special directives with regard to the fate of your personal data after your death. As applicable, the heirs of a deceased person may demand that the death of their relative be taken into account and/or proceed with the necessary updates.
To assist you in your approach, particularly if you wish to exercise, on your own behalf or on behalf of a deceased relative, your right to correction by contacting email@example.com. You will find by clicking on the following link a model letter developed by the CNIL.
5-3. RIGHT OF OPPOSITION
Exercising this right is possible only in one of the following two situations:
- When exercising this right is based on legitimate grounds; or
- When exercising this right seeks to prevent collected data from being used for purposes of commercial prospecting.
To assist you in your approach, particularly if you wish to exercise your right of opposition by means of a written request, you will find by clicking on the following link a model letter developed by the CNIL.
6. RESPONSE TIMES
Fab’entech undertakes to respond to your request for access, correction, or opposition or any other additional request for information within a reasonable time frame which shall not exceed 1 month starting from receipt of your request.
7. AUTHORIZED SERVICE PROVIDERS AND TRANSPORT TO A NON-EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRY
Fab’entech hereby informs you that it makes use of authorized service providers to facilitate the collection and processing of data that you have provided to us. These service providers may be located outside of the European Union and are provided data collected by means of the various forms found on the Website.
Fab’entech has already ensured that its service providers have implemented sufficient guarantees for compliance with strict conditions relating to confidentiality, use, and data protection. Particular care has been paid to the existence of a legal framework for engaging in any transfer of data to a third country.
8. COMPLAINTS TO THE COMPETENT AUTHORITY
If you believe that Fab’entech is not complying with its obligations as regard your Personal Information, you may send a complaint or a request to the competent authority. In France, the competent authority is the CNIL and you may send a request to it electronically by clicking on the following link: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes/internet.
When you first connect to Fab’entech’s website, you are informed by a banner at the bottom of your screen that information about your navigation may be recorded in files known as “cookies”. Our cookie use policy allows you to better understand the arrangements that we have implemented in terms of browsing our website. It informs you, particularly, about all of the cookies found on our website, their purposes (part I) and provides you with the procedure to follow in order to customize them (part II).
1. GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT COOKIES FOUND ON THE FAB’entech WEBSITE
Fab’entech, as publisher of this website, may proceed to install a cookie on the hard drive of your terminal (computer, tablet, mobile phone, etc.) in order to ensure that you have seamless and optimal browsing on our website.
“Cookies” are small text files, limited in size, which allow us to recognize your computer, your tablet, or your mobile phone in order to customize the services that we offer to you.
The information collected by means of cookies in no way allows us to identify you by name. It is used exclusively for our own purposes to improve the interactivity and the performance of our website, and to send to you content targeted to your areas of interest. None of this information is communicated to third parties except when Fab’entech has, beforehand, obtained your consent or when the disclosure of such information is required by law, when ordered by a court, or any other administrative or legal authority who is authorized to know it.
For more information about what cookies identify, below you will find a table listing the various types of cookies that may be used on Fab’entech’s website, their names, their purposes, as well as their storage times.
2. CONFIGURING YOUR COOKIE PREFERENCES
You may accept or refuse the placement of cookies at any time.
When you first connect to the Fab’entech website, a banner that briefly presents the information about the placement of cookies and similar technologies appears at the bottom of your screen. This banner alerts you that by continuing to browse Fab’entech’s website (by loading a new page or by clicking on the different elements of the website for example), you agree for cookies to be placed on your terminal. You may also be deemed to have given your agreement for the placement of cookies by clicking on the “X” icon to the right of the banner found at the bottom of your screen.
Depending on the type of cookie at issue, the collection of your consent for the placement and reading of cookies on your terminal may be mandatory.
2-1. COOKIES EXEMPT FROM CONSENT
In accordance with the recommendations from the French data privacy authority – the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), certain cookies are released from the prior collection of your consent in so far as they are strictly necessary for the operation of the website or are solely intended to allow or facilitate electronic communication. These are namely cookies for session identification, authentication, load balancing sessions, as well as customization cookies for your interface. These cookies are wholly subject to this policy in so far as they are issued and administered by Fab’entech.
2-2. COOKIES THAT REQUIRE THE PRIOR COLLECTION OF YOUR CONSENT
This requirement concerns cookies issued by third parties and which are characterized as “persistent” insofar as they reside in your terminal until they are erased or until their expiration date.
Because such cookies are issued by third parties, their use and placement are subject to their own privacy policies, for which you will find a link below. This family of cookies includes audience measurement cookies (namely Google Analytics), advertising cookies (of which Fab’entech does not make use) as well as social network sharing cookies.
2-3. YOU HAVE DIFFERENT TOOLS FOR CUSTOMIZING COOKIES
Most web browsers are configured by default so that the placement of cookies is authorized. Your browser offers you the ability to modify these standard settings so that all of cookies are systematically rejected or even so that only some cookies are accepted or refused depending on their issuer.
WARNING: We direct your attention to the fact that refusal to allow cookies to be placed on your terminal may nonetheless impede your user experience as well as your access to certain services or functions of this website. In such case, Fab’entech declines any and all liability concerning the consequences associated with the deterioration of your browsing conditions that occur based on your choice to refuse, remove, or block cookies necessary for the operation of the website. These consequences cannot under any circumstances constitute damages and you may claim no compensation or indemnity on account of this.
Your browser also allows you to remove cookies already present on your terminal or even to report to you when new cookies may be placed on your terminal. These settings have no impact on your browsing, but will cause you to lose all of the benefits provided by the cookie.
Below, please examine the various tools provided to you so that you may customize the cookie settings for your terminal.
2-4. CUSTOMIZING THE SETTINGS ON YOUR WEB BROWSER
Each web browser offers its own cookie management settings. To find out how to modify your cookie preferences, below you will find links to the necessary help to access the menu on your browser for this purpose:
For further information about cooking management tools, you can consult the CNIL’s website: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser.