SkewerLab and the general datas protection rules
What is a personal information .
During your use of www.skewerlab.com (below named « the website »), we can be led to ask you for personal information.
« Personal information » represents all the information that allows to identify a person, including your names, first names, pictures, contact informations, email, phone number, birth date, and all information you will choose to communicate about you as well as your business information or your wish to develop a new personalized video project.
SkewerLab, Mr.Loïc LECHELLE, CEO.
– To send users contextualized information
– To send newsletters
– To send personalized emailings
– To elaborate analytics designed to help you improve your campaigns
All the information collected on the website will be used by SkewerLab who is in charge of processing them. Third parties can also be recipients of your personal data such as government agencies, exclusively to answer to our legal obligations, auxiliaries of justice, ministerial offices and the organizations specialized in the debts recovery.
Your personal information will not be given, rented or exchanged to benefit a third party.
The law on computer and freedom specifies that personal information might be kept in a file, with information organized so it allows to identify people, during the time needed to achieve the purpose for which datas were collected.
These personal information cannot be stocked indefinitely.
Your personal datas will be retained only as long as necessary to serve the identified purposes for which it was collected, subjected to legal requirements.
The information that can be used to establish the proof of a right or a contract, should be kept as a legal obligation for a certain amount of time as long as provided by the law.
In case of the exercise of your right of access or rectification, the data relating to legal identification documents can be retained as long as the article 9 of the penal procedures provides to : oneyear to be precise.
In the case of one exercising its right of opposition, those information can be stored during the three years period required by the article 8 of the penal procedure law.