In accordance with the French Data Protection Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 as amended and the General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”) No. 2016/679/EU of 27 April 2016, SO-BUZZ, as data controller, guarantees the respect of the privacy of Users of the Website.
The User, a natural person, is informed that the information he communicates through the Website, on the basis either of pre-contractual measures or the execution of a contract for customer relationship management purposes, or of the legitimate interest pursued by SO-BUZZ in order to be able to respond to his requests, is intended for the authorized services of SO-BUZZ for customer and prospect relationship management purposes. As part of the use of the chat, the recipients of the User’s data are SO-BUZZ’s sales department and the subcontractor (publisher of the application) based in France and subject to the GDPR.
During consultation of the Website or access to SO-BUZZ’s online services, the User may be asked to voluntarily provide certain personal data (surname, first name, company, email, telephone number, identifiers). The data collection forms on the Website specify in particular the purpose, recipients, storage period and whether the data requested is mandatory or optional (by an asterisk).
The personal data collected and processed on the Website is protected by suitable technical and organisational measures to ensure a level of security adapted to the risk.
The Website User is informed that he/she has the right to access, rectify, delete and limit his data, as well as portability (where applicable) and opposition rights to the data concerning himself/herself. The User may exercise these rights by contacting SO-BUZZ’s DPO department at email@example.com.
The User also has the right to file a complaint with the CNIL (national data protection authority for France).
In addition, each e-mail sent automatically by SO-BUZZ tells you how to stop receiving it.
Users of the Website are required to comply with the provisions of the French Data Protection Act and the GDPR, in particular by refraining from any collection or misuse of the personal data to which they have access.