AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE undertakes to implement all measures required to ensure that data is processed in compliance with applicable regulations, in particular with EU Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of personal data hereinafter referred to as “GDPR” and with the law known as Informatique et Libertés of 6 January 1978.
AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE reserves the right to modify the Policy at any moment. In the case of any modification, we undertake to publish the latest version on the Website indicating the date of the last update. Therefore, it is your responsibility to consult the Website regularly in order to be informed of any changes.
DATA PROCESSING OFFICER
Your data is collected by : Quitterie d’ARCHE – Partner.
BORREL d’ARCHE AARPI
Postal address: 70 bis rue de l’Université – 75007 Paris
“Personal data” means any data relating to a natural person, identified or identifiable, directly or indirectly.
While operating the Website, AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE may process certain personal data. AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE undertakes to process only the data strictly necessary for the purposes sought in particular regarding recruitment and communication with users.
DATA COLLECTED DIRECTLY FROM YOU
In order to use the services available from the Website, you must register, which makes it necessary to communicate certain personal data.
When filling out the contact form to forward a request, we must ask you to communicate information relating to your identity (Name) and contact address (E-mail), to specify the subject and write the body of your message.
The collection of such data is necessary for AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE to deal with your requests as soon and as efficiently as possible.
DATA COLLECTED AUTOMATICALLY
As you browse our Website, AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE may collect, pursuant to current regulations and subject to prior consent where required, data relating to your browsing and to the terminals or networks from which you access the Website such as: your IP address, your clickstream data on the Website, the content which you consult, your preferred language, the type and version of the browser used, etc.
This data is collected for the sole purpose of providing a smooth browsing experience on the Website and of optimising its functionalities.
Cookies are one of the technological tools AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE uses in order to ensure the smooth-running of its activities. Cookies are encrypted data files that are downloaded to your terminal when you access the Website. They help the system recognise you and remember your choices.
To ensure that our services are compatible with the features of your terminal ( computer, mobile or tablet), cookies are used by AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE for :
– collecting information relating to your browsing habits,
– analysing the flow of visitors and the use of the Website.
This technique enables AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE to process statistics and information relating to traffic, in order to improve our services and provide a better experience.
TYPES OF COOKIES USED
Session cookies record technical information during browsing from one page to the next on the Website and they disappear as soon as you leave the Website.
Functionality cookies allow the Website to recognise you at your next visit to the Website, and to provide personalised features. They are permanent cookies that remain stored on your terminal until their lifespan expires or they are deleted using the functionalities of the browser.
CONSENT AND DELETION OF COOKIES
You may also manage the cookies used on the Website by adjusting the settings of the browsers on your terminals ( computer tablets, smartphones, computers). The configuration for each browser is described in the relevant Help menu. In general, you should click on the “Settings” tab, then go to “Options” or “Preferences”.
When using Chrome Firefox : at the top of the browser window, click on the Firefox button, then go to the Options tab. Click on the Privacy tab. Set the Records Keeping Rules on: use personalised settings for history. Deselect the tab to deactivate the cookies.
When using Safari: In the top right-hand corner of the browser window, click on the Menu icon (symbolised by a cog). Select “Settings” then click on “Display Advanced Settings”. In the “Privacy” section, click on “Content Settings”. From the “Cookies” section, you can block cookies.
When using: In the top right-hand corner of the browser window, click on the Menu icon (symbolised by three horizontal lines). Select “Settings” then click on Preferences. By clicking on the tab “Privacy”, you can block cookies.
When you reject a cookie by using the settings as explained above, a cookie is stored in your browser so as to identify you as a person who has rejected cookies. Should you delete the said cookie from your browser or connect again from a different browser or a different computer, you will need to repeat the procedure to reject cookies.
We wish to inform you, however, that depending on the settings selected, the terms of access to the Website and its functionalities may be altered, for which AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE shall not be held liable.
Unless you do what is necessary to deactivate cookies, by browsing our Website you implicitly consent to their use.
AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE will only store your personal data for the time necessary to fulfil the purpose of its collection,in compliance with current regulations. Upon expiry of that period, we file any personal data required to exercise or substantiate a right for a period of time equivalent to the relevant limitation period, or to fulfil any legal obligations relevant to us.
The information stored by means of cookies, as described above, will be stored for a period of up to thirteen (13) months in compliance with current regulations.
Regarding applications filed through the Website, AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE keeps the files (CV and Motivation Letter) for a period of up to two (2) years for the purpose of future recruitment, except if the applicant expressly requests his or her file to be deleted.
AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE undertakes to implement any organisational, technical or software measures necessary to ensure the physical and digital safety of your personal data and prevent any infringement on privacy : unauthorised access, loss, disclosure, alteration, etc.
The data collected and processed by AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE through the Website is shared with our office team, whose members are bound by confidentiality. The data may also be transferred, as appropriate, to our official service providers (IT in particular) for the purposes set out above.
AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE shall under no circumstances sell or share the data collected, or pass it on to third parties, with or without consideration.
Where required, the data may be shared with the competent authorities or courts to meet statutory and regulatory requirements. In such a case, we will take any appropriate measure to give you prior notice, except where prohibited pursuant to current regulations.
Right to withdraw consent
You have the right to withdraw consent where processing is based thereon, and any prior processing will remain lawful. (Art. 7 of the GDPR)
Right of access
You may ask to be informed of the information concerning you, held and processed by AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE and to receive a copy thereof by e-mail upon request. (Art. 15 du RGPD)
Right to rectification
You have the right to have personal data rectified or completed (incorrect name or e-mail address, for instance) in connection with the purpose of processing. (Art. 16 of the GDPR)
Right to erasure
You have the right to have personal data erased, subject to certain conditions and subject to the exceptions provided for by applicable law (legal obligations of AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE in particular). (Art. 17 of the GDPR)
Right to limit processing
Should you object to the processing of your data, you may ask AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE to limit such processing, and we will deal with your request as expeditiously as possible. While your request is being addressed, you may also ask us to freeze the use of your data.
Conversely, you may evoke your right to limit processing if AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE intended to delete your data and you wished to keep it stored, i.e. for the purpose of exercising a right (Art. 18 of the GDPR)
Right to portability
You have the right to ask to obtain the data that you have provided in a structured and legible format, and reuse it in a personal capacity or for transfer to any third party. (Art. 20 of the GDPR).
Right to object
You have the right to object to the processing of your personal data on grounds relating to your situation. (Art. 21 of the GDPR).
Right to file a complaint with the French Data Protection Authority
Without prejudice to any appeal before an administrative court or, or any ordinary court, you may file a complaint with the CNIL if you consider that your data has been processed in breach of applicable regulations (Art. 77 of the GDPR)
YOUR RIGHTS AS A DATA SUBJECT
In compliance with the provisions set out in current regulations, more specifically the GDPR, you may exercise your rights at any time as a person concerned by the processing of their data.
You may exercise all the said rights by contacting us by one of the following means:
– By post : AARPI BORREL d’ARCHE – 70 bis rue de l’Université – 75007 Paris
Strictly Necessary Cookies
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If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.