Privacy Policy – WeeeDoIT

Privacy Policy

PREAMBLE

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to inform you about how we (WEEEDOIT) use and manage your personal data collected and/or processed via the https://weeedoit.com/ website.

Respect for your privacy and your personal data is a priority for us and we undertake to process your data in the strictest compliance with the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 (hereinafter “IEL Act”) as amended and the (EU) General Data Protection Regulation of 27 April 2016 (hereinafter “GDPR”).

In any case, we commit ourselves to respect the following two (2) essential principles:

  • You remain in control of your personal data;
  • Your data is treated transparently, confidentially and securely.

ARTICLE 1. IDENTITY & CONTACT DETAILS OF THE DATA CONTROLLER

The person responsible for processing your data is the company WEEEDOIT (Siren: 889 064 457), whose registered office is located at 212 boulevard bineau in Neuilly-sur-Seine (92200).

WEEEDOIT is represented by Mr. Jonathan GALOULA, its current President.

If you have any questions about the management and use of your personal data, you can contact us by email [email protected]

ARTICLE 2. CONTACT DETAILS OF OUR DATA PROTECTION OFFICER

Our Data Protection Officer is there to respond to all your requests, including the exercise of rights, relating to your personal data.

You can reach him by email [email protected]

ARTICLE 3. COLLECTION & ORIGIN OF DATA

All the data concerning you is collected only directly from you, when you register, when you order, when you connect and during our various exchanges (online requests, letters, telephone calls…).

In addition, data relating to your browsing on our website may also be used to target your needs and interests and to target our commercial and advertising offers accordingly.

In all cases, you are informed of the purposes for which your data is collected by us via the various online data collection forms, your customer account or via our cookie management charter.

Where necessary, we undertake, as the case may be, to obtain your consent and/or to allow you to oppose the use of your data for certain purposes, such as, for example, the possibility of sending you commercial canvassing or of depositing third-party cookies on your terminals (mobile phone, computer, tablet) for the purposes of measuring the audience of our site and our application and to offer you commercial offers and advertising targeted according to your centres of interest.

As part of our recruitment process, all data concerning you is only collected directly from you, whether in the context of your unsolicited application, when you send us your CV, or when you apply for a job offer online and/or during interviews and exchanges that we may have with you.

ARTICLE 4. DATA PROCESSED

The compulsory or optional nature of the personal data requested and the possible consequences of a failure to respond to you are specified at the time of their collection(s).

You may request details of the personal data we may have on you:

For the management of our commercial relationship and customer care

-Data relating to your identity: title, surname, first names, address, telephone number, email addresses, customer code.

-A copy of an identity document may be kept as proof of the exercise of a right of access, rectification or opposition or to meet a legal obligation.

Data relating to the follow-up of the commercial relationship: requests for documentation, tests, quantities, amounts, periodicity, delivery address, order history, purchases and services, return of products, possibly, origin of the order or sale, correspondence with the customer and after-sales service, exchanges and comments from customers and prospects, person(s) in charge of customer relations;

-Data necessary for loyalty building, prospecting, studies, surveys, product testing and promotion actions.

-Data relating to the organisation and processing of competitions, lotteries and any promotional operation, such as the date of participation, the responses to the competitions and the nature of the prizes offered;

-Your connection logs, for your actions via our website or our mobile application

-Data relating to your browsing on our site via cookies

For the management of applications and recruitment processes:

The compulsory or optional nature of the personal data requested is specified at the time of their collection and the possible consequences of a failure to reply to you are specified in the acknowledgement of receipt.

The data likely to be processed to manage your applications (spontaneous or for a position), our recruitment and to offer you the offers that best correspond to your CV and profile are as follows:

  • Civility, surname, first name, nationality, age, date of birth, address, telephone number (fixed/cellular), e-mail address, copy of identity card, status as a disabled worker (yes/no)
  • Level of education, diplomas (year obtained and title), further training, professional references, skills, level of experience, possession of driving licence (yes/no), hobbies, motivation to apply
  • Nature of employment contract, salary level
  • Any other data that you voluntarily bring to our attention via your CV or letter of application.
  • Assessment of your application in view of our selection and recruitment decision

ARTICLE 6. RECIPIENTS OF YOUR DATA

Within the limits of their respective competences and for the purposes mentioned in Article 4, the main persons who may have access to your data are the following:

  • Our authorised personnel :

the authorised staff of our marketing, sales, administration, logistics and IT departments, responsible for handling customer relations and canvassing, and in charge of control

  • the authorised personnel of our subcontractors
  • Where appropriate, the courts concerned, mediators, chartered accountants, auditors, lawyers, bailiffs, debt collection companies,
  • Third parties likely to deposit cookies on your terminals (computers, tablets, mobile phones, etc.) when you consent (for more details, see our Cookie Management Charter).

For the management of applications and recruitment processes:

Within the limits of their respective competences and for the purposes mentioned in Article 4, the main persons who may have access to your data are the following:

  • Our authorised personnel in charge of recruitment (line managers of the departments involved in recruitment, HR departments)

ARTICLE 7. TRANSFER OF DATA OUTSIDE THE EUROPEAN UNION

We do not transfer your data outside the European Union. If we do, we will inform you of the measures we have taken to ensure that the transfer of your data is carried out and that the confidentiality of your data is respected.

ARTICLE 8. DATA RETENTION PERIOD

We keep your data only for the time necessary for the purposes described in Article 4 and summarised in the table presented when you click on the link below:

For commercial prospecting :

3 years from the end of the commercial relationship if you are a customer or from your last contact if you are not yet a customer.

These data are then archived for 5 years for probationary purposes, in accordance with the provisions in force (insurance code, mutual insurance code, commercial code, civil code, social security code and consumer code).

For audience measurement statistics

6 months. After this period, your data will be deleted or made anonymous.

To ensure the smooth running and continuous improvement of our site, our application and their functionalities

13 months. Beyond this period, the raw traffic data associated with an identifier is either deleted or anonymised.

For the management of applications and recruitment processes:

We only keep your data for the time necessary for the purposes described in Article 4, i.e. for the duration of your employment contract if we hire you or for 2 years in the event of a negative outcome, unless you request the destruction of your file or if you give us your formal agreement to keep your data for a longer period.

ARTICLE 9. YOUR RIGHTS

In accordance with the Data Protection Act and the RGPD, you have the following rights:

In the event of your death and in the absence of instructions from you, we undertake to destroy your data, unless it is necessary to retain it for evidentiary purposes or to meet a legal obligation.

You can exercise your rights by email [email protected] .

Finally, you can also lodge a complaint with the supervisory authorities, in particular the CNIL (https://www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes).

ARTICLE 10. LOGIN DATA AND COOKIES

On our site and our mobile application, we use connection data (date, time, Internet address, protocol of the visitor’s computer, page consulted) and cookies (small files saved on your computer) to identify you, to memorise your consultations, particularly in relation to the pages consulted, to measure the audiences of our site and our mobile application and to offer you promotional offers and advertising targeted according to your navigation, your needs and your centres of interest.

You can consent, refuse or choose the type of cookies you wish to accept on your computer terminals by going to our Cookie Management Charter.

By browsing our site or using our mobile application, you do not object to us installing this type of so-called “technical” cookies, the sole purpose of which is to enable or facilitate electronic communication between your terminal equipment and our site, making it easier to manage and navigate on it.

Our access to or registration of information stored in your terminal equipment will therefore only occur in the following cases:

  • Enable or facilitate communication by electronic means ;
  • When necessary to provide our online communication service at your express request.

Third parties and we also use cookies that require your consent:

  • Cookies from the Google Analytics tool to measure the number of visits, the number of pages viewed, as well as your activity on our site and your return frequency;
  • Possibly other third party cookies for the same audience measurement or advertising purposes.

Finally, by clicking on the icons dedicated to the social networks Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin on our website or in our mobile application and if you have accepted the deposit of cookies by continuing your navigation on our website or our mobile application, Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin may also deposit cookies on your terminals (computer, tablet, mobile phone).

These types of cookies are only deposited on your terminals if you consent to them by continuing to browse our website or mobile application. However, at any time, you can withdraw your consent to us placing this type of cookie via our Cookie Management Charter.

To find out more about how these different cookies are managed and to authorise or oppose their use, you should go to our Cookie Management Charter.

More information

ARTICLE 11. SOCIAL NETWORKS

You have the possibility to click on the icons dedicated to the social networks Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn on our website or in our mobile application.

Social networks improve the user-friendliness of the site and help promote it through sharing.

When you use these buttons, we may have access to personal information that you have designated as public and accessible from your Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn profiles. However, we do not create or use any database independent of Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn from the personal information you may post there and we do not use any of your personal information in this way.

If you do not want us to have access to the personal information published in the public area of your profiles or corporate accounts, then you will have to use the means made available to you by Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to limit access to your data.

ARTICLE 12. SECURITY

We implement all technical and organisational measures to ensure the security of our personal data processing and the confidentiality of your data.

In this respect, we take all useful precautions, in view of the nature of your data and the risks presented by our processing, to preserve the security of your data and, in particular, to prevent it from being distorted, damaged or accessed by unauthorised third parties (physical protection of the premises, authentication procedures for persons accessing the data with personal and secure access via confidential identifiers and passwords, secure https protocol, logging and traceability of connections, encryption of certain data, etc.).