ARTICLE 1. PERSONAL DATA
As part of its Services, the Publisher collects personal data relating to the management of its Users, i.e. all personal data necessary for reading and downloading publications, information on events.
- Identity of the Data Controller
The person responsible for the collection and data processed on the Website is the Jacques Delors Institute, association under the law of 1901, 18 rue de Londres, 75009 Paris, SIREN : 410 100 184.
1.2 Identity of the Data Protection Officer (DPO)
The identity of the Data Protection Officer is Deshoulières Avocats Associés, 121 boulevard de Sébastopol 75002 Paris, tél. : +126.96.36.199.82.03, email@example.com, www.deshoulieres-avocats.com.
1.3 Data collected by the Editor
1.3.1 Data collected from the Users
Within the framework of its contractual relations, the Editor may collect and process information concerning the Users, namely: name, first name, email address, postal address, date of birth.
1.3.2 Purposes of collecting personal data
The data collected during the contractual relationship are subject to automated processing for the purpose of :
- performing its Services;
- allow access to online content;
- avoid any illicit or illegal activity;
- enforce the general conditions;
- to initiate legal proceedings.
1.3.3 Legal basis of the processing operation
The legal basis for the data collected is a contractual relationship.
1.3.4 Recipients of the data
The collected data can only be consulted by the competent personnel at the Publisher. These data, whether in individual or aggregated form, are never made freely viewable by a natural person other than those stated above.
1.3.5 Retention period of personal data
The personal data collected are kept for the duration of the contractual relationship, and for the time during which the Editor’s responsibility may be engaged. After the retention period, the Editor undertakes to permanently delete the data of the persons concerned without keeping a copy.
1.3.6 Security and confidentiality of personal data
Personal data are kept in secure conditions, according to current technical means, in compliance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation and the national legislation in force. Access to the Publisher’s premises is also secured.
1.3.7 Data Minimization
The Publisher may also collect and process any data voluntarily transmitted by Users.
The Publisher directs Users to provide personal data strictly necessary for the management of Users.
The Publisher undertakes to keep and process only the data strictly necessary for the management of Users and will delete any data received that is not useful to its activities as soon as possible.
1.4 Respecting Rights
Users have the following rights concerning their personal data, which they may exercise by writing to the Publisher’s postal address or by sending an email to the Publisher.
1.4.1 Right to information, access and communication of data
Users have the possibility to access their personal data. Due to the Publisher’s obligation of security and confidentiality in the processing of personal data, requests will only be processed if Users provide proof of their identity, in particular by producing a scan of their valid identity document (if requested electronically) or a signed photocopy of their valid identity document (if requested in writing), both accompanied by the words “I certify on my honour that the copy of this identity document is a true copy of the original. Done at … on …”, followed by their signatures. To help them in their approach, Users will find here a model letter developed by the CNIL.
1.4.2 Right of rectification, deletion and right to forget data
Users have the possibility to request the correction, updating, deactivation or deletion of their personal data which may prove to be inaccurate, erroneous, incomplete or obsolete. Users may also define general and specific guidelines regarding the fate of personal data after their death. Where applicable, the heirs of a deceased person may require that the death of their loved one be taken into consideration and/or that the necessary updates be made. To help them in this process, Users will find here a model letter developed by the CNIL.
1.4.3 Right to object to data processing
Users have the possibility to object to the processing of their personal data. To help them in this process, Users will find here a model letter developed by the CNIL.
1.4.4 Right to data portability
Users have the right to receive the personal data they have provided to the Publisher in a transferable, open and readable format.
1.4.5 Right to limitation of processing
Users have the right to request that the processing of their personal data by the Publisher be limited. Thus, their data can only be kept and no longer used by the Publisher.
1.4.6 Response time
The Publisher undertakes to respond to any request for access, rectification or opposition or any other additional request for information within a reasonable period of time, which may not exceed 1 month from receipt of the request.
1.4.7 Complaint to the Competent Authority
If the User considers that the Publisher does not comply with its obligations with regard to their personal data, they can address a complaint or a request to the competent authority. In France, the competent authority is the CNIL, to which they can address a request here.
1.5 Transfer of collected data
1.5.1 Transfer to partners
The Publisher has recourse to authorized service providers to facilitate the processing of data in the context of the realization of its service. These service providers may be located outside the European Union. The Publisher has previously ensured that its service providers have implemented adequate guarantees and compliance with strict conditions regarding confidentiality, use and protection of data. For the management of the User’s personal data as data controller, the Publisher uses the following subcontractors:
||See contractual clause
||Computer management and maintenance.
||See contractual clause
||Online payment solution.
||Organization of events with the Institute.
||See contractual clause
1.5.2 Transfer on requisition or court order
The User also consents that the Publisher may communicate the collected data to any person, upon the request of a state authority or a judicial decision.
1.5.3 Transfer in the context of a merger or acquisition
If the Publisher is involved in a merger, sale of assets, financing transaction, liquidation or bankruptcy or in an acquisition of all or part of its business by another company, the User consents to the transfer of the collected data by the Publisher to that company and to the processing of personal data referred to in these Terms and Conditions of Service by that company instead of the Publisher.
ARTICLE 2 : LEGAL NOTICE
The website www.institutdelors.eu is published by the Jacques Delors Institute, a non-profit organization under the law of 1901, whose head office is located at 19, rue de Milan 75009 Paris – France.
The association is represented by its director, Sébastien Maillard.
ARTICLE 3 : ACCESS TO SERVICE
The User of the www.institutdelors.eu website has access to the following services:
- reading and downloading of publications
- event information
Any User with access to the Internet can access the site free of charge and from anywhere. The costs incurred by the User to access it (internet connection, computer equipment, etc.) are not borne by the Publisher.
The newsletter is a service that is accessible to the User only if he/she has previously registered for it.
The website and its various services may be interrupted or suspended by the Publisher, in particular during maintenance, without prior notice or justification.
ARTICLE 4: RESPONSIBILITY OF THE USER
The User assumes full responsibility for the use he or she makes of the information and content present on the www.institutdelors.eu website.
Any use of the service by the User resulting directly or indirectly in damage must be compensated to the benefit of the site.
ARTICLE 5 : RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PUBLISHER
Any malfunction of the server or network can not engage the responsibility of the Publisher.
Similarly, the responsibility of the Publisher can not be held liable in cases of force majeure or the unforeseeable and insurmountable fact of a third party.
The Publisher undertakes to implement all necessary means to ensure the security and confidentiality of data.
The Publisher reserves the right not to guarantee the reliability of the sources, although the information disseminated on the website is deemed reliable.
ARTICLE 6: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
The contents of the www.institutdelors.eu website (logos, texts, graphic elements, videos, etc.) are protected by copyright under the Intellectual Property Code.
The User must obtain the authorization of the website editor before any reproduction, copy or publication of these various contents.
They may be used by Users for private purposes; any commercial use is prohibited.
The User is entirely responsible for any content that he puts online and undertakes not to harm a third party.
The Website Publisher reserves the right to moderate or delete freely and at any time the content put online by users, without justification.
ARTICLE 7 : PERSONAL DATA
ARTICLE 8: HYPERLINKS
The domains to which the hypertext links on the website lead do not engage the responsibility of the Publisher of www.institutdelors.eu , which has no control over these links.
It is possible for a third party to create a link to a page of the website www.institutdelors.eu without express authorization of the publisher.
ARTICLE 9 : EVOLUTION OF THE GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE
The Publisher reserves the right to modify the clauses of these general conditions of use at any time and without justification.
ARTICLE 10 : DURATION OF THE CONTRACT
The duration of this contract is indefinite. The contract takes effect regarding the User from the beginning of the use of the service.
ARTICLE 11 : APPLICABLE LAW AND COMPETENT JURISDICTION
The present contract depends on the French legislation.
In case of dispute not amicably resolved between the User and the Publisher, the courts of the city of Paris are competent to settle the dispute.