Sensorion. Privacy Notice
Last updated December 8th, 2020
As per the EU GDPR, and the 2019 France Data Protection Act, Sensorion recognizes and respects the privacy rights of individuals with regards to their personal data. This Privacy Notice (“Notice”) explains what type of personal data we may collect from you and how we use it.
Your privacy is important to us. If you have any questions concerning Sensorion’s privacy practices or wish to access or correct personal data that Sensorion has collected from you, please email our Data Protection Officer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by post mail to Sensorion – 375, rue du Professeur Joseph Blayac 34080 MONTPELLIER (France)
Personal data we collect and use:
We collect personal data only when you send a message to email@example.com, through our contact page on our website, or if you agreed to receive our Newsletter, or if you replied to a job post on our website.
As per the Data Protection laws, we collect only the data we need to manage our activities (principle of minimization). The data is kept by us in France. The data controller is Sensorion. The data processor is the company hosting the website: OVH – 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France.
The legal basis of the processing is the legitimate interest of Sensorion. For answering your queries and doing business.
The purpose of the processing is to inform our prospects and clients.
How we use personal data
We don’t share your personal data with other parties.
If your personal data was collected through this website for an information request, we will keep your personal data for the duration of our commercial relationship + 2 years.
How you can access and control your personal data
If you would like to exercise your rights* about your personal data, please write to our Data Protection Officer as explained above.
In addition, you may contact your jurisdiction’s legal authority overseeing implementation of data protection laws to file a complaint regarding the processing of your personal data.
(*) Right to be informed (transparency), right to know and inquire about what personal data we have collected about you and to get a copy of such data (access), right to request correction or deletion of such personal data, right to object, right to restrict the processing (limitation), right of data portability, right to know if an automated decision is made.