Mise à jour effectuée le 12/06/20
If you choose to complete contact form accessible on the Site and described more fully in Article 1c) of the General Conditions of Use of the Site, you will be required to provide us with information about yourself which constitutes Personal Data such as your name, email address as well as the Personal Data that may appear in your message.
The term “Personal Data” designates any information relating to an identified or identifiable person. A natural person who can be identified directly or indirectly, in particular with reference to an identifier or to one or more specific elements relating to his identity.
The person responsible for processing the Personal Data collected through the contact form is Bolloré SE, located at 31/32 quai de Dion Bouton (92800) Puteaux.
This processing is based on our legitimate interest in responding to your requests and / or questions. Unless you object, your Personal Data may be used :
- by Bolloré SE to allow contact and exchanges between yourself or the entity you represent regarding our corporate philanthropy activities, and in particular to access the application submission platform accessible on www.earthtalent-mecenat-bollore.com
(hereinafter “the Purpose”).
You hereby agree, in your own name, but also, in the name and on behalf of the entity you represent (local association, non-governmental organization, international organization, community organization, social enterprise, national or regional fund, etc.) to communicate only information that is strictly essential for the Purpose (as defined above), and in particular to refrain from sharing any information relating to natural persons other than yourself. In this respect, please note that you must not share with us sensitive information (information relating to the health or life or sexual orientation of people, their racial or ethnic origins, their political, trade union, philosophical, or religious, genetic or biometric data) concerning you or other natural persons.
The User having filled in all or part of the contact form, as well as the structure he represents, guarantees and indemnifies Bolloré SE and any company affiliated with it, at first request, against any recourse that may result from the use of Personal Data communicated to the Bolloré Group, the User as well as the entity he represents committing to defend and indemnify, in this context, the Bolloré company and its affiliates against any actions or threats of actions or claims of third parties whether they are judicial or not. Such guarantee shall remain in force for five (5) years after receiving the information provided by User through the contact form.
These Personal Data are intended for our company and more particularly for the department of solidarity and sponsorship. They will also be sent to our technical service providers for the strict needs of their mission.
Your Personal Data is kept for a period not exceeding 12 months from receipt of the information provided through the contact form, this period being increased, if necessary, by the duration of the limitation period for actions that may arise from this relationship.
We remind you that you have a right of access, of rectification on the erroneous data concerning you, and, in the cases envisaged by the regulations, of opposition, of deletion of some of your data, of having it limited. use or request their portability for transmission to a third party, but also to define the fate of your data after your death (for France).
To exercise your rights, all you need to do is send an email to the following address: email@example.com, and attach, if applicable, any document to justify your identity and your request.
For any additional information or difficulty relating to the use of your data, you can contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO) at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. In case of unresolved difficulty, you can contact the CNIL.
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