In accordance with European regulation 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 (known as: GDPR “General Data Protection Regulation”) and French law 78-17 of January 6, 1978
(known as the amended “Informatics and Liberties Act”), OMNIDIA implements reinforced technical, legal and organizational measures to protect your personal data.
The confidentiality of the information we collect and use is rigorously respected by OMNIDIA staff.
1 – Who is the Data Controller?
The data controller is OMNIDIA.
2 – Why does OMNIDIA collect personal data?
We process the personal data of people who use our website and, more generally, of any person with whom we come into contact in the course of our professional activity. The personal data concerning you in this context may thus include, in particular, your first name, your last name, your contact details (e-mail address, postal address, telephone number, etc.), and all information of a personal nature provided or otherwise generated in the context of our interactions.
3 – What personal data is collected?
Different types of personal data may be collected such as identification data (last name, first name, date of birth, etc.), personal or professional contact details (telephone, email, address, etc.) and data relating to your company (Company name, Company name, etc.).
4 – For what duration(s) are my data kept?
Your personal data is kept for a period in accordance with legal provisions.
5 – Who is likely to access the data we collect ?
Only OMNIDIA employees can have at least the right to read the data collected from our users. The confidentiality of this information being an integral part of OMNIDIA’s statutes, it constitutes a duty rigorously respected by all OMNIDIA employees.
6 – How is your data protected ?
In accordance with applicable legal provisions, OMNIDIA implements reinforced technical, legal and organizational measures to protect personal data against alteration, accidental or unlawful loss, use, disclosure or unauthorized access.
7 – What are your rights with regard to your personal data?
Your rights, detailed below, may apply to your situation, depending on the exact circumstances. For example, the right to withdraw your consent will not apply where the processing is not based on your consent but on a legal obligation.
The right to ask us:
access to your personal data and information about our processing thereof (“right of access”);
to correct or complete your personal data if they are inaccurate (“right of rectification”);
the erasure of your personal data (“right to be forgotten”);
a limitation of the processing of your personal data (“right to limitation”);
The right to object to the processing of your personal data by OMNIDIA (“right of opposition”);
The right to request communication of your personal data in a usable electronic format and/or the transmission of this personal data to another organization (“right to data portability”);
The right to define guidelines relating to the retention, erasure and communication of your personal data after your death (“post-death guidelines”);
The right to withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data to the extent that the processing is based on it. In this case, the lawfulness of the processing carried out before the withdrawal of consent will not be called into question.
In any case, to exercise these rights or for any questions about the processing of your data by OMNIDIA, you can contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO) electronically at email@example.com.
We thank you for attaching a copy of your identity document to your request.
Subject to a breach of the above provisions, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the CNIL.
8 – How can I be informed of changes to this policy?
We may modify this policy from time to time to reflect changes in our practices, to further clarify our practices or to ensure compliance with regulations.
Date of last update: 12/21/2023