User protection of personal data

The data controller is the SAEM management company of the CID seated at 1 Avenue Lucien Barrière (14800) Deauville. The CID is fully engaged in protecting your personal information and respecting your choices, especially to comply with the general data protection framework.
The CID understands the importance of anypersonal information that it may collect and treat. It wishes to share with its users why it collects this information and to what end. It is fully committed to respecting the given information and to use it solely for the reasons that it was collected.

1. Personal information

Personal information allows us to identify, alone or with other data, directly or indirectly, a particular person; for example: name, date of birth, passport photo, email address, and generally any other personal information.

2. What information is treated?
For our website, the information that is to be treated is given by our users. The information is collected on the site using different formulas. Thus, personal information is treated, such as:
Email address for inscriptions to send information on events.
Name, surname, email and address for the ‘Send us a message’ page.
Name, surname and email address for the brochure formula page.

3. Where is you information processed
Personal data is stored in databases which are stocked in servers situated in France, within the European Union, and more exactly on the web host provider OVH.  

4. Objective of data processing
Personal information is used only:

  • Receiving new information about events that take place at the CID
  • To be contacted by the marketing department of the CID
  • To receive a brochure that has been ordered.

Only the personal information that is strictly necessary is used.

5. Legal basis
Processing is based on information given by consent for the reasons that have been stated above.

6. How long information is stored
Personal information is stored for a maximum of three years

7. Recipients of data
Recipients are:
The commercial and marketing departments of the CID
The CID subcontractor for advertising campaigns

8. Access to your private data
The owners of private data have a right to access the personal data, to modify it or to delete it, to limit it or oppose its use and portability. To ensure that your rights are respected, you can send an email to the following address:
alternatively you may send a letter to the main office address.

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