“Computing and Freedoms” clause
Personal data processing
You are informed that the use of the website, such as in particular to make a contact request and / or receive the newsletter, gives rise, for le GEIE in the process of being created « UPCLA », to the collection and automated processing of personal data concerning you, whose use is subject to the provisions of law n ° 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to computers, files and freedoms as amended (hereinafter, “Data Protection Act”) and the European Regulation for data protection n ° 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 (hereinafter, “GDPR”).
Legal basis for processing
The legal basis for processing is your consent.
The personal data thus collected are processed by le GEIE in the process of being created « UPCLA », as data controller.
Purposes of processing
Personal data is collected for specific purposes. These data are only kept and used for the sole purpose of responding to contact requests addressed to le GEIE in the process of being created « UPCLA » and / or for sending the newsletter.
Personal data collected
le GEIE in the process of being created « UPCLA » collects several types of personal data through the website:
- Last name
- First name
- E-mail adress
The duration of the conversation
The personal data processed is intended for le GEIE in the process of being created « UPCLA » as well as its possible service providers, in particular the website host, for the purposes of providing the services.
Hosting of personal data
le GEIE in the process of being created « UPCLA » stores personal data within the European Union.
In accordance with the Data Protection Act and the GDPR, you have the right to access, limit, rectify, portability, oppose and delete personal data concerning you. Finally, you have the right to define guidelines defining the manner in which you intend to exercise these rights after your death.
You can exercise these rights by sending a letter to le GEIE in the process of being created « UPCLA » (L-8010 Strassen, 234, Route D’Arlon, Luxembourg) or an email to email@example.com and attaching a double-sided copy of your document. identity, or any other means to justify your identity.
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the National Commission for Computing and Liberties (www.cnil.fr).