The words below whose first letters are capitalized will have the meanings which are defined for them in the General Terms and Conditions of the Fowllow.com site.
The personal data that we collect is subject to the regulations set out in the French “Informatique et libertés” law of 6 January, 1978, amended in 2004, and to all other applicable legislation and regulations.
For personal data collected in France, the data controller is Tripnity, a simplified limited company (société par actions simplifiée) under French law, capitalized at €150,000, headquartered at 90, route du Palais 87000, Limoges, France, registry number 480 850 346 at the Paris Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés.
2. PERSONAL DATA
2.1 Collection of Personal Data
We collect personal data about you such as your family names, first names, billing address, email address, and phone
numbers, limited to what you have agreed to tell the Site in order particularly to publish your Content, create your
Account, organize a Photo Contest, participate in a Photo contest, or to post comments.
In cases where the entry of certain personal data is absolutely required for us to carry out a Service, we will indicate that.
2.2 Use of Your Personal Data
We use your personal data with the following goals in mind:
- to allow you to benefit from the Services offered by Fowllow.com;
- to improve the quality of the Site, of the Services, and of the functionality of the Services;
- to provide you personalized service;
- to manage the Site internally;
- to understand our visitors better in order to help satisfy them;
- to let us identify you in order to contact you;
- with your consent, if it is required by law, to contact you by email/SMS/post with information about our Services and/or contests.
If you no longer wish to receive commercial marketing information from us, you can at any time unsubscribe from our list by clicking on the link at the bottom of the emails.
2.3 Sharing of Personal Data
Fowllow.com may share your personal data: (i) with affiliated companies or subsidiaries of Fowllow.com in order for them to use it for the same reasons as indicated above, and/or with third parties, on condition that you have expressedly consented to these sharing arrangements; (ii) with service providers acting on its behalf; (iii) with a third party in order to comply with a legal obligation; or (iv) in the event of a transfer of ownership or merger if you have expressedly consented to the transfer or merger.
2.4 Duration of the Personal Data Retention Period
We undertake not to retain your personal data longer than the length of time necessary to manage the commercial
In the event that your account becomes inactive, the personal data associated with your account will be automatically deleted after three years, except for that data which we would need to preserve as proof, for legal or administrative needs, or in order to comply with applicable legislation.
4.1 Placing of Cookies
We can deposit information about how your computer navigates our site onto your computer, by storing data files on it. These files are called “Cookies.”
When you access our Site for the first time, a scrolling banner automatically appears at the bottom of the page. The
presence of some of them.
We only use three types:
- Functional Cookies to make sure our site functions;
- Statistical Cookies to measure the audience on our site;
- Marketing Cookies, targeted marketing support, coming from third parties.
The marketing Cookies require your explicit consent, which is why we request your consent for them to be deposited on your computer, and on your first visit to our site.
4.3 Duration of Cookie Preservation
In compliance with the recommendations of the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés, Cookies are not preserved longer than 13 months after their first deposit in the User's terminal equipment. At the end of this time period, they are deleted, and consent, if needed, will be sought anew.
4.4 Refusal of Cookies
Browser settings can be configured to inform the User of the presence of cookies, and even to refuse them. It
To do that, Users may follow the following recommendations:
For Mozilla Firefox:
- Go to the “Tools” menu, and then to “Options”; - Click on the “Privacy” icon; - Locate the “Cookies” subsection and select the options that suit the User.
For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
- Go to the “Tools” menu, and then to “Internet Options”;
- Click on the “Privacy” tab;
- Select the preferred level using the slider.
However, users are informed that it is possible that after having blocked cookies, certain pages on the Site will no longer be available to them.
5. DATA SECURITY
Fowllow.com maintains the confidentiality of your personal data. Fowllow.com uses technology, which is secure to industry standard to protect the content and the privacy of Users. All Fowllow.com staff have a duty to respect User confidentiality. A confidentiality obligation is included in every employment contract of Fowllow.com, employees who have access to the personal data, as well as in those with its subcontractors.
6. CNIL DECLARATION
In accordance with the French “Informatique et libertés” law of 6 January, 1978, amended by the law of 6 August, 2004, the processing of your personal data collected via the Site has been declared to CNIL under number 1513594 v 0.
8. RIGHTS OF OPPOSITION, ACCESS, RECTIFICATION AND DELETION
Pursuant to French “Informatique et Libertés” law no. 78-17 of 6 January, 1978, each User possesses rights of access,
modification, rectification and deletion of personal data which concerns him or her.
Users may also, at any time, access their data in order to modify, rectify, or totally or partially delete their personal data, by logging into their accounts and using the “delete account” function.
Users may also modify or delete their personal data by sending an email to [email protected].
Users must include with all communication their Login Credentials, a photocopy of their official identification document with photo, as well as details on the modifications and/or deletions that they wish to carry out.
9. APPLICABLE LAW