The purpose of this policy (hereinafter “the Policy”) is to inform users (hereinafter “the User”) of the jarvis-legal.fr website (hereinafter the “Site”) of the means used implemented for:
– Collect personal data, in accordance with Regulation No. 2016-679 of April 27, 2016 relating to the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data and repealing the directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter the “Regulation”);
– Consult, process and store information relating to the User's navigation on the Site that may be recorded in “cookie” files (hereinafter the “Cookies”).
The person responsible for collecting personal data is the company Jarvis SAS, registered in the Paris Trade and Companies Register, under number 791 077 555, with its head office at 9 rue du quatre september 75002 Paris (hereinafter the “Publisher”).
The Policy may be modified at any time by the Publisher, in particular in order to comply with any regulatory, jurisprudential, editorial or technical developments. The User must refer to the latest version of the Policy before any navigation.
1. Protection des données
When the User uses the Site, data may be collected and processed in order to allow access to the Site's services (hereinafter the “Services”) for administrative and commercial management purposes. .
1.1 What data is collected?
– User identification data: refers to the data that the User provides in particular when creating an account by completing the registration form, when registering for webinars and/or training, during the request for a demo of Jarvis software, etc. This data concerns in particular the User's name, telephone number and email.
– Transaction data: refers to the data that the User provides when entering into a contract for the supply of the Jarvis Legal software following contact via the Site, such as in particular information relating to their means of payment. The banking data collected is transmitted to third parties who help process and satisfy the User's requests.
– Data relating to navigation: refers to the data that the Publisher collects during the User's navigation on the Site, such as in particular the date, time of connection and/or navigation, browser type, language of the browser, its IP address.
All of this data will be collectively referred to below as the “Data”.
1.2 Why does the Publisher collect User Data?
The Data collected as part of the use of the Site is processed with the aim of meeting the following purposes in particular:
– Provide a free demonstration of Jarvis Legal software;
– Where applicable, conclude a contract for the supply of Jarvis Legal software;
– Management of registrations for webinars and training courses offered by the Publisher;
– Access to their account by Users;
– Sending newsletters and commercial solicitations;
– The development of statistics and measurements of use of the Services;
– Strengthening our knowledge of the User's preferences with the aim of improving their experience within the Services and the promotional messages sent, on the condition that the User checks the box expressing their acceptance, provided for this purpose, when its connection to the Services;
– Improving the relevance of advertising content displayed on the Services, proposing offers adapted to the User's interests as they result from their browsing, in particular by cross-referencing their Personal Data and carrying out studies aimed at optimizing the presentation of our offers, on the condition that the User has validated the banner when connecting to the Site.
When collecting Data, the User will be informed if certain Data must be provided or if they are optional. Data identified by an asterisk within the registration form is mandatory. Otherwise, access to the Services and their use by the User may be restricted.
1.3 On what basis does the Publisher collect User Data?
The legal basis for collecting and using User Data depends on the Data concerned and the specific context in which the Publisher collected this Data. However, the Publisher generally collects User Data only when (a) the User has given consent to do so, (b) the Data is necessary to perform a contract concluded with the User (for example to offer access to the Site) or (c) when the processing meets the legitimate interests of the Publisher.
In certain cases, it is possible that the Publisher has a legal obligation to collect the User's Data, or that the Publisher needs this Data in order to protect the essential interests of the User or those of 'another person.
When the Publisher relies on the User's consent for the processing of Data, the User has the right to withdraw consent at any time.
If the Publisher asks the User to provide Data to comply with a legal obligation or to execute a contract, the Publisher will clearly indicate this at the appropriate time. Likewise, if the Publisher collects the Data under its legitimate interests, these will be specified at the appropriate time.
1.4 Recipients of Collected Data
The Database created when registering for the Services is strictly confidential. The Publisher undertakes to take all useful precautions, organizational and technical measures appropriate to preserve the security, integrity and confidentiality of the Data and in particular, to prevent them from being distorted, damaged or from unauthorized third parties having access to them. access.
has. Data transferred to authorities and/or public bodies
In accordance with the regulations in force, the Data may be transmitted to the competent authorities upon request and in particular to public bodies, exclusively to meet legal obligations, court officers, ministerial officers and bodies responsible for debt recovery, as well as in the case of searching for perpetrators of offenses committed on the internet.
b. Data transferred to third parties
The Data may be communicated by the Publisher:
– To the Publisher's staff, to the services responsible for control (particularly auditors);
– To the Publisher's subcontractors to provide support, the implementation of webinars and training, and other services in connection with the use of the Site;
– To the Publisher's subcontractors to ensure the conclusion of the Jarvis Legal software supply contract (contract management, payment processing, etc.), if applicable.
vs. International Data Transfer
User Data may be transferred outside the European Union via the Publisher's subcontractors. Each time the Publisher shares User Data with a subcontractor outside the European Union, this sharing will be governed by the EU – US Privacy Shield Framework. The User can find the list of certified companies at the following address: www.privacyshield.gov/list.
When the EU – US Privacy Shield Framework does not apply, the Publisher will rely on other appropriate guarantees to transfer the Data outside the European Union, such as the Standard Contractual Clauses, the Internal Rules of 'Company, or any other guarantee in accordance with article 46 of the Regulation. The User can access these guarantees by contacting the Publisher at the address mentioned below.
1.5 Access to Personal Data by the User
In accordance with the Regulations, any natural person has the right of access and, where applicable, the rights of rectification, deletion, limitation and portability of Data concerning them. These rights can be exercised at any time, upon sending proof of identity:
– By post: JARVIS SAS, 9 rue du Quatre Septembre 75002 Paris
– By telephone: 0805 690 595 or +33 (0)9 72 57 76 14
– Electronically: email@example.com
The Publisher points out that any natural person may, for legitimate reasons, object to the processing of Data concerning them.
In the event of a dispute, the User has the right to contact a supervisory authority.
1.6 Duration of retention and archiving of Data
User Data will not be kept beyond the period strictly necessary for the purposes pursued as set out in the Policy and in accordance with the Regulations and applicable laws. In this regard, the Data used for prospecting purposes may be kept for a maximum period of 3 years from the closure of the User's account or the last contact from the prospect concerned. User Data is deleted when the retention periods expire. However, the Data may be archived beyond the periods provided for the purposes of research, detection, and prosecution of criminal offenses with the sole aim of allowing, as necessary, the provision of this Data to the judicial authority.
Archiving implies that this Data will no longer be available online but will be extracted and stored on an autonomous and secure medium.
The Publisher takes appropriate technical and organizational measures to prohibit unauthorized access or disclosure of User Data. It is important that the User maintains the confidentiality of their identifiers in order to prevent illegal use of their account.
A cookie (hereinafter the “Cookie(s)”) is a text file that may be recorded in a terminal when consulting a Service with browser software, via the Site. A Cookie allows its issuer, during its period of validity, to recognize the terminal concerned each time this terminal accesses digital content containing Cookies from the same issuer, and depending on the Cookie, to collect additional anonymous information on behavior of the User.
The User is informed that, when connecting to the Site, Cookies are installed on their receiving terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) for the proper functioning of the Services, or on their browser subject to the choice expressed by the User regarding cookies; this choice may be modified at any time.
2.1 What are the purposes of Cookies?
In order to best inform the User about Cookies, these Cookies should be grouped into 5 categories: (a) Site navigation Cookies, (b) audience measurement Cookies, (c) personalization, (d) social network sharing Cookies, (e) “Flash”© Cookies from “Adobe Flash Player”™.
has. Navigation Cookies on the Site:
Browsing Cookies make it possible to improve the performance of the Services in order to provide the User with better use of the Site. These Cookies do not require the User's prior information or consent to be placed on the User's terminal. More precisely, these navigation Cookies allow in particular:
– To adapt the presentation of the Site to the display preferences of the terminal (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) during Users' visits to the Site, depending on the hardware and visualization software or reading that the terminal includes;
– To memorize information relating to the form that the User has completed on the Site or to information that the User has chosen on the Site;
– To offer the User access to their account or any other reserved space using their identifiers
– To implement security measures, for example when the User is asked to connect again to content or a Service after a certain period of time has elapsed.
b. Audience measurement cookies:
Audience measurement Cookies help to establish statistics and volumes of attendance and use of the various elements making up the Site (sections and content visited, paths), allowing the Publisher to improve interest and ergonomics. services.
vs. Personalization Cookies:
Personalization Cookies allow information to be stored about the User and reused during future visits (display preferences, site connection information, etc.).
d. Social network sharing cookies:
The Editor offers Users features allowing them to share editorial content and any type of content published on the Site through social networking sites. Social network cookies are managed by the publisher of the social network site. The User is invited to read the policy for managing social network Cookies on the sites concerned.
e. “Flash”© Cookies from “Adobe Flash Player”™:
“Adobe Flash Player”™ is a computer application that allows the rapid development of dynamic content using the “Flash” computer language. Flash (and applications of the same type) remembers the settings, preferences and use of this content using technology similar to Cookies. However, “Adobe Flash Player”™ manages this information and the User's choices via an interface different from that provided by its navigation software. To the extent that the User's terminal is likely to view content developed with Flash language, the User can access its Flash Cookie management tools, directly from the site http://www.adobe.com/ Fr/
2.2 How can the User manage Cookies?
has. The Cookie Agreement
The User is presumed to have given consent:
– by clicking on the “I accept” icon appearing on the information banner visible when first connecting to the Site;
– by continuing to browse, i.e. when the User has clicked on an element of the Site (image, link, button, etc.) or has gone to another page of the Site;
– by clicking on “Save and exit” after checking the cookie options that you wish to activate in any dialog box that may be offered on the Site.
If the User accepts the recording of Cookies in his terminal via his browser software, the Cookies integrated into the pages and content he has consulted may be temporarily stored in a dedicated space on his terminal. They will be readable only by their issuer. The agreement given by the User is only valid for a period of thirteen (13) months from the first deposit in the equipment of the User's terminal, following the expression of the latter's consent.
b. Refusal of Cookies
If the User refuses the recording of Cookies in his terminal or browser, or if he deletes those saved there, the User is informed that his navigation and his experience on the Site may be limited. This could also be the case when the Publisher or one of its service providers cannot recognize, for technical compatibility purposes, the type of browser used by the terminal, the language and display settings or the country from which the terminal appears to be connected to the Internet. Where applicable, the Publisher declines all responsibility for the consequences linked to the degraded functioning of the Services resulting from (i) the refusal of Cookies by the User (ii) the impossibility for the Publisher to record or consult Cookies necessary for their operation due to the User's choice.
vs. Configuring the navigation software
The User can configure their browsing software so that Cookies are recorded in the terminal or, on the contrary, that they are rejected, either systematically or depending on their issuer. The User can also configure his browser software so that the acceptance or refusal of Cookies is offered to him from time to time, before a Cookie is likely to be recorded in his terminal. For the management of Cookies and the User's choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the browser's help menu, which will allow you to know how to modify your Cookies wishes:
For Internet Explorer™
At any time, the User can choose to express and modify their wishes regarding Cookies.
d. User choices expressed online
Finally, the User can connect to the Youronlinechoices site, offered by digital advertising professionals grouped within the European association EDAA (European Digital Advertising Alliance) and managed in France by the Interactive Advertising Bureau France. The User will thus be able to know the companies registered on this platform and which offer the possibility of refusing or accepting the Cookies used by these companies to adapt to the information of the User browsing the advertisements likely to be displayed on its terminal: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/fr/controler-ses-cookies/.
The App will only use access to read, write, modify or control Gmail message bodies (including attachments), metadata, headers, and settings to provide a web email client that allows users to compose, send, read, and process emails and will not transfer this Gmail data to others unless doing so is necessary to provide and improve these features, comply with applicable law, or as part of a merger, acquisition, or sale of assets.
– The App will not use this Gmail data for serving advertisements.
– The App will not allow humans to read this data unless we have your affirmative agreement for specific messages, doing so is necessary for security purposes such as investigating abuse, to comply with applicable law, or for the App's internal operations and even then only when the data have been aggregated and anonymized.