MOLYDAL attaches importance to protecting your private life. Our private life policy describes how and why we process your personal data and gives information on your rights. The Policy applies solely to personal data collected through our web site www.molydal.com
Who is responsible for processing your personal data?
The data controller is the company MOLYDAL, SA with share capital of 844,800 Euros, with head office at 221 rue Paul Langevin – 60740 - Saint-Maximin and registered at the Commercial and Companies Register of Compiègne under the number B 582 025 409.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone number; +33(0)3 44 61 76 76
MOLYDAL ensures that it processes personal data within the law, justified by a valid legal base and that the data are kept for a reasonable period necessary for the operations for which they have been collected, in compliance with the legislation in force and in accordance with the limitation periods.
What personal data do you process? For what purpose? On what legal basis? For how long?
|Types of data||Purposes||Legal bases||Maximum retention period|
|Name, company, geographical area, telephone number, email address, free comment zone||Answer you when you contact via the contact page||Consent||Processing time of your request|
|Email address||Enable you to share our product sheets||Legitimate interest||Time to share the product|
|Surname, first name, company, fax, email, telephone number, position, password, customer code||Create a customer account||Consent||3 years from your last login / until deletion of your account|
|Email address, password||Access your customer account||Consent||3 years from your last login / until deletion of your account|
|Email address||Send our newsletter||Consent||3 years from your last expression of interest / Until unsubscribing|
|Email address||Reinitialise your password||Consent||Time to reinitialise your password|
|Surname, first name, siret, intracommunity VAT number, APE code, email address, telephone number, position, password||Manage your information in your customer account||Consent||3 years from your last login / until deletion of your account|
|Billing address, surname, first name, telephone number, free comment zone||Manage your billing addresses in your customer account||Consent||3 years from your last login / until deletion of your account|
|Delivery address, surname, first name, telephone number, free comment zone||Manage your delivery addresses in your customer account||Consent||3 years from your last login / until deletion of your account|
|Geographical area, subject of the complaint, order number, free comment zone||Enable you to make a complaint||Contractual obligation||Processing time of your complaint|
|Free comment zone||Enable you to request a quote||Pre-contractual obligation||Response time|
|Surname, first name, telephone number, billing address, delivery address, free comment zone||Manage orders||Contractual obligation||Processing time of your order|
|SIRET number, intracommunity VAT number, APE code, free comment zone, internal order number||Manage order payments||Contractual obligation||Processing time of your order|
|Billing data||Accountancy management||Legal obligation||10 years from the invoice date in intermediate archiving|
|Geographical area, free comment zone||Manage partnership requests||Consent||Processing time of your partnership request|
|Surname, first name, postal address|
Data concerning the request and response given
Copy of an identity document exclusively in case of doubt
|Management of requests for access, rectification, opposition and your other rights in virtue of European regulations||Legal obligation||The time needed to process your request|
Copy of identity document: deletion after verification of the requester's identity
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Storage time: 1 month
When you leave our website, we have no control over the process used by social networks to collect information on your browsing and we invite you to consult their policies for protecting private life to find out the purposes of use, in particular publicity, browsing information that they can collect when you on to their platforms. These protection policies must enable you to choose your rights with these social networks, in parameterising your user accounts for each network.
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Do you use personal data for profiling?
No, MOLYDAL makes no automated decisions, including profiling, on the basis of your personal data.
What are your rights and how do you exert them?
The processing being subject to your consent, you may at any time withdraw, without this affecting the lawfulness of processing carried out before this withdrawal.
In compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations No. 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, you dispose of the following rights:
You also have the right to make a complaint with the CNIL (French National Agency regulating Data Protection) https://www.cnil.fr/.
To exert your rights with MOLYDAL, you can send a letter to the postal address 221 rue Paul Langevin – 60740 - Saint-Maximin or an e-mail to email@example.com
All requests by post or email must bear your signature and state the address for the reply. In case of doubt, a photograph of an identity document may be requested in order to follow up your request. A response will be sent to you within one month of receipt of the request.
What security measure have we put into place to protect your personal data?
We are anxious to protect the confidentiality and integrity of your data.
We have put into place appropriate technical and organisational security measures to protect your personal data against any unauthorised use, any loss or accidental destruction, partial or total.
If you have any questions on this subject, please send a letter to the postal address 221 rue Paul Langevin – 60740 - Saint-Maximin or an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Who else can have access to your personal data?
We send personal information to our affiliated companies and other companies or trustworthy persons who process it on our behalf, according to our instructions, in compliance with these Confidentiality rules and respecting all other appropriate security and confidentiality measures. The list of companies processing data on our behalf is available on demand.
Are your personal data transferred outside the European Union?
Your personal data can be transferred to and processed by third parties located outside the European Union such as our affiliated companies.
In this case, we make sure that your data are transferred in compliance with the applicable law and in particular either the destination country is subject to an adequacy decision of the European Union commission, or the recipient has validated the standard contractual clauses validated by the European commission and/or suitable technical and organisational arrangements have been put into place.
Date of update: June 2022