Latest update :  May, 22, 2018

Respecting your right to privacy is very important to us as we want to build strong and sustainable relationships with you. Protecting your personal data is a priority.
That’s why we share with you our Data Protection Policy so you can have a clear understanding of the (data) processing practices through the different services we propose on our site.

The present policy document applies to every service offered on www.edit-place.co.uk website.

This policy is subject to the act N°78-17 of 6 January 1978 on information technology, data files and civil liberties updated in 2004 (see “Data Protection Act” below / « loi Informatique et Libertés »)
The policy is also subject to the European regulation related to personal data protection from April 27, 2016.

 

Definitions 

“Data Controller”: the person who defines the purposes and means regarding personal data processing.

Personal Data” (see ” Personal Data “below): Any data that characterizes you as an individual: Your last name, phone number, email address, IP address are all part of your personal data.

“Personal Data Processing”:  refers to any operation performed on your personal data whether it is collecting, recording, storing, consulting etc.

Who Collect (your) Personal Data?

Edit-Place, located at 2 rue Paul Vaillant Couturier – 92532 Levallois-Perret, is responsible for the processing of personal data on  www.edit-place.co.uk site.

 

What is the point of collecting personal data?

Edit-Place is committed to collect, process or store your personal data for specific, legitimate and relevant purposes.

Your personal data is processed for the following purposes:

  • Manage accounts and missions
  • Propose a customer service client
  • Offer a social media sharing tool
  • Send targeted commercial offers by email, mobile push notifications, on social media or any other platform
  • Manage subscriptions to newsletters, email notifications or text messages
  • Personalize websites (mobile and desktop) and applications based on user interests
  • Information-sharing with trading partners

Putting commercial prospecting aside, Edit-Place considers that all processing activities mentioned above must be completed to fully execute the contract between a client and Edit-Place.

No action of commercial prospection can be conducted until you agree with the processing of your personal data.

As you create your account on the site, you will be expressly asked for your consent to:

  • Receive job offers
  • Receive newsletters

You have the freedom to withdraw your consent at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link which is included in each email you get. You can also contact us.

Please note that we may also gather and use data for profiling purposes.
Profiling refers to the automatic processing of your personal data.
These pieces of information are for evaluating, analyzing and predicting your preferences, areas of interest and behaviour.

 

What rights do you have and how you can exercise them vis-à-vis Edit-Place

According to the Data Protection Act of January 6th, 1978, you have a right of access to your own data along with the right to request a rectification or to object.

You have the authority to exercise these rights by sending an email or a letter at the following address:

WEBEDIA – Edit-Place

2 rue Paul Vaillant Couturier

92300 Levallois-Perret

E-mail: contact @ edit-place.com

Edit-Place will respond within a month after receiving the request.

Starting on May 25, 2018, you will also be able to set limits to data processing, erase data, secure portability and not to be subject to an automated individual decision, profiling included, in accordance with the European regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016.

Please join a copy of a proof of identity to the request with your signature ensuring both confidentiality and protection of your personal data.

In case of unsatisfactory response, you can still bring your case to the CNIL.

 

How long is your personal data kept?

Edit-Place laid down a set of specific rules concerning the length of time personal data from users are stored.

In order to assess the most appropriate storage period, Edit-Place draws a distinction between potential clients (prospects) or freelancers who have never bought anything from / worked with Edit-Place or its partners, and clients who have already made a purchase / worked in the past.

Prospects have their personal data stored as soon as they click on an advertising link included in the last prospecting email they received to see what the brand has to offer and the deal they may be interested in.

Clients have their personal data stored during their last purchase on the site.

 

What happens to your data after death?

Pursuant to the article 40-1 of the Information Technology and Civil Liberties law (Loi Informatique et Libertés) of 6 January 1978, you can give us your instructions related to the storage, deletion and communication of your personal data after your death.

These directives can be either general or more specific.
You can send them over by email.

 

Who are the recipients of your data?

Your data is transferred to the trading partners of Edit-Place which can process the information they receive for their own purposes (recipients) or only on behalf of the data controller following the instructions of Edit-Place (contractors).

Here’s a list of data recipients:

  • Law enforcement authorities when a court issued a requisition order as part of an ongoing fraud investigation
  • Commercial partners, marketing and advertising sales departments in particular

Edit-Place hire contractors to carry out a series of operations:

  • Make sure payments on websites and mobile apps are secured
  • Send emails and newsletters
  • Anti-fraud campaign
  • Personalize web and mobile app contents
  • Conduct maintenance work and technical developments of the website.
  • Gather feedback from customers

 

Does Edit-Place have a Data Protection Officer?

Webedia has appointed a data protection officer whose job is to assist the data controller in the implementation of the European regulation.
For any questions you may have regarding the protection of personal data within Webedia group, you can send an email at Muriel Glatin dpo@webedia-group.com

 

Can your data be sent out of the European Union?

Your personal data can be transmitted to companies located outside of the European Union
to comply with the objectives set above despite the fact they may not have the right level of protection when it comes to personal data.

Before transferring any data outside the European Union, Edit-Place enforces all required proceedings to get the kinds of insurance that the data transfer will be secured, in compliance with the current regulation.

 

How does Edit-Place protect your data?

Edit-Place takes diverse actions to protect your data against the risk of losing data, improper use, unauthorized access, disclosure, modification or even destruction.

Here’s a list of actions taken to prevent such risks from happening:

  • Database access is strictly limited to individuals who are authorized to do so as part of their professional assignments and duties
  • In accordance with the Information Technology and Civil Liberties law
    (loi informatique et libertés) of 6 January 1978 and the European regulation,
    Edit-Place makes sure that contractors undertake to respect data safety and privacy
  • Edit-Place employees are aware of personal data protection issues because of training programs they take, newsletters they receive, and team meetings they attend

 

Modification

Edit-Place has the right to make some changes in its data protection policy at any time.
If the modification is significant, like adding another purpose, new information related to the matter will be provided to you by Edit-Place
As a result, you will have a reasonable timeframe to exercise your own rights, if you want to, pursuant to the Information Technology and Civil Liberties law (loi informatique et libertés) of 6 January 1978 and the European regulation.
Having said that, we advise you to come back on the site regularly to check our personal data protection policy to see whether the terms set by Edit-Place have been amended.

The date of the latest update of our policy is mentioned above.

 

Contact

For any question you may have regarding our policy, you can contact us directly by mail at
contact @ edit-place.com or send a letter to Edit-Place – Sébastien Chateau – 2, rue Paul Vaillant Couturier – 92300 Levallois-Perret Cedex France.