Here at Génération Robots, we want to build long lasting relationships with our partners and customers, that are based on transparency. This webpage’s aim is to list our commitments to protect our clients’ personal data, in accordance with the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).
What is personal data?
“Any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual (e.g. social security number, name and first name, date of birth, biometrics data, fingerprints, DNA…)” Source CNIL Personal data may also include unique digital trackers such as IP address (computer), MAC address (mobile device), as well as cookies.
How do we collect or receive your personal data?
Data can be collected in different ways:
- You set up your account on our website
- You contact us
- You subscribe to our newsletter
- You use the robots or applications we distribute
- You make a purchase on our website.
On our data forms, the mandatory fields are labelled with an asterisk. We need these field’s information for the following reasons:
- To fulfil the contract that was created between Génération Robots and our clients (e.g. being able to deliver the ordered products)
- To honour a service that you requested from us (e.g. sending you a newsletter);
Regulatory compliance (for accounting purposes, mainly) Failing to fill in the fields marked with an asterisk may impact our ability to deliver you products and services.
What are your rights?
- Right to rectify your data
- Right to be forgotten: permanent removal of your personal information
- Right to portability: data transfer to another organization or competitor
- Right to object: stop Génération Robots from continuing to process your personal data. There are only certain situations when a legitimate right to object can be sent to a company.
- Right of access: data controllers are required to provide data subjects a copy of their processed personal data upon request.
In compliance with GDPR Article 12.6, Génération Robots, the controller, can ask its client to give an ID proof before being allowed to exercise any of the above rights. We inform you that the data used to prove your identity will be deleted once we have answered your request.
You can exercise these rights by sending an e-mail in French, English or German. You can also write to us at the following address:
Génération Robots – Complaints Departement
10, rue Joule - 33700 Mérignac
We must reply to any request related to the exercise of your rights within 1 month. This deadline may be extended by two months, if the request is a complex one or if we receive a lot of these requests at the same time. Finally, you have the right to file a complaint on the CNIL (National Commission on Informatics and Liberty) website.
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