On 25 May 2018, the new personal data protection regulation came into force as per Regulation No 2016/679, so-called GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation.
This European Union regulation is the reference law in terms of personal data protection.
It has strengthened and unified data protection for natural persons in the European Union.
This regulation defines personal data as "Any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (For ex. name, identification number, telephone number, photograph, date of birth, place of abode, fingerprint...)".
EUROVANILLE only collects the data necessary to its business such as your name, first name, postal address, e-mail and telephone number.
Utmost care has been taken through organizational and technical measures in order to ensure the security, integrity and confidentiality of your personal data.
Their purpose is to help:
- fulfil the purchase you have made;
- manage your order from an administrative and financial point of view;
- send information or potential prospecting; and
- meet our legal and regulatory obligations.
Your personal data may be accessible to the following people:
- our sales team, our logistics team and our accounting team ; and
- our subcontractors (in particular MICROSOFT through our Navision software...) ;
Eurovanille shall keep your personal data as long as necessary for the sales and logistics teams to perform its sales action. To meet our legal and regulatory obligations in terms of control of the lawfulness of our company's accounts, this data is also kept for 5 years by the accounting team.
Finally, Eurovanille expressly undertakes that your personal data is never sold to, rented to or otherwise exchanged with third parties.
The Data Processing Officer is Marie-Christine Chevalier, Administrative and Financial Director.
- be informed on the use of your personal data;
- know all the personal data we hold;
- correct any inaccurate, incomplete or obsolete personal data;
- limit the processing of your personal data in certain cases defined in Article 18 of the GDPR;
- obtain the portability of your data;
- obtain the deletion of your personal data or prohibit any future collection;
- lodge a complaint with the relevant supervisory authority (in France, CNIL), if you consider that the processing of your personal data infringes the law or this regulation;
- Oppose the processing of your personal data. However we are likely to maintain the processing of this data despite this opposition, on legitimate grounds such as the defence of legal claims or to meet our legal and regulatory obligations.