Speak UX! recognizes the importance of a strong protection of your personal data (the “Personal Data”). Speak UX! ensures that the processing of Personal Data is carried out in compliance with the provisions of the French Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on data processing, data files and individual liberties (the “French Data Protection Act“), as amended, and the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 (the “GPDR“). When you use our website www.speakux.io the “Website“), Speak UX!, as data controller, may collect and process your Personal Data. You will find the contact details of Speak UX! in the legal notice of our Website.
Processing of Personal Data are carried out in accordance with the conditions described below.
1.PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED THROUGH OUR WEBSITE
When you use our Website, including when you fill out our online contact form on our Website, the Personal Data that we may collect mainly correspond to your first name, last name, email address, contact details, information relating to your professional activity and any other information that you freely decide to provide us in the comment area. Note that if you do not provide us with the mandatory information identified by an asterisk in the online contact form, we may not be able to enter into contact with you.
2.PURPOSES AND LEGAL BASIS FOR THE PROCESSING
We use the Personal Data that you provide us to communicate with you, to enter into commercial relationships with you or, more generally, to respond to any request you may have. In particular, when you decide to contact us by using the online contact form, we will collect and process your Personal Data in order to respond to your request. The processing of your Personal Data is based on the legitimate interest of Speak UX! or the necessity to take steps prior to entering into a contractual relationship.
3.RECIPIENT OF THE PERSONAL DATA
The Personal Data collected on the Website are only processed by Speak UX!. The Personal Data are not transmitted to any third party without obtaining your prior authorization.
However, we may disclose your Personal Data to relevant competent authorities whenever it is required under applicable law.
4.SECURITY OF THE PERSONAL DATA
Pursuant to applicable laws, we will take and implement all appropriate technical and organizational security measures to protect your Personal Data against any unlawful or accidental destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorized disclosure of, or access to Personal Data and any other form of unlawful or unauthorized processing. We guarantee the confidentiality of your Personal Data and ensures that the persons authorized to process your Personal Data also undertake to respect such confidentiality obligation.
5.DATA RETENTION OF YOUR PERSONAL DATA
We will keep your Personal Data as long as necessary for the purpose of communicating with you. Unless otherwise required by applicable laws or regulations, we will then keep your Personal Data for a maximum period of twelve months starting from the last time we contacted you. At the end of such maximum period of data retention or if you choose to exercise your rights (see section “Your rights with respect to your Personal Data” below), we will permanently destroy any copy of the Personal Data we may hold.
6.YOUR RIGHTS WITH RESPECT TO YOUR PERSONAL DATA
We inform you that you have a right of access, rectification and erasure of your Personal Data as well as a right of objection and limitation of the processing and a right to the portability of your Personal Data. You also have the right to formulate specific and general directives relating to the retention, erasure and communication of your Personal Data after your death.
To exercise any of those rights, please send your request by email to the following this link: contact us
We will answer to such request as soon as possible in accordance with the requirements of applicable laws and regulations.
We also inform you that you have the right to introduce any claim before the French Data Protection Authority (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés, (CNIL)) if necessary:
Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL)
3 place de Fontenoy – TSA 80715
75334 Paris Cedex 07
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Speak UX! may use different types of cookies:
- Technical cookies allowing technical operations to provide you with various functionalities on
- Performance cookies allowing the collection of information relating to the performance of
the website such as the number of users of our website, the time spent by our users on our
website or which pages of the website are the most visited.
You can find more information concerning cookies at www.allaboutcookies.org. Note however that
Speak UX! is not affiliated with such website and thus cannot be held responsible for content and
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Information obtained through cookies by Speak UX! are only intended to facilitate your future visit on the website and to allow different measures of traffic on our website. In particular, note that we do not use the collected data to create visitor profiles or to distinguish you for other visitors.
It is the legitimate interest of Speak UX! to use such cookies. The maximum storage period for cookies is thirteen months.
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Last update: 05/22/2019