This policy applies to the processing of personal data from the site https://france2025.com (hereinafter "site") and all sites, apps, and other media linked to it (hereinafter "sub-sites").
It will be supplemented with additional information that will be made available for each service on the site https://france2025.com or on the sub-sites published by the France2025 association.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION POLICY
Last updated: 29/09/2022.
Data controller and personal data recipients
We hereby inform you that your personal data collected on this site and the sub-sites and during our interactions is processed by France2025, whose registered office is located at 60 avenue de la Grande Armée, 75017 Paris, France.
It will be made accessible to our technical service providers ("subcontractors" pursuant to the regulation) strictly for the purposes of their duties and in accordance with our instructions, particularly in the areas of IT (hosted software publishers, IT platform development services, hosting services, customer relationship management (CRM) and other communications services, analysis and measurement services, email communications and push notification services, internet services on which we publish our advertisements, etc.).
Some of your personal data may also be sent to third parties who may use it for their own purposes (lawyers, bailiffs, accountants, etc.).
Purposes for collecting personal data
When some of your data is essential for us to respond to you or to meet a regulatory obligation, we will notify you of this fact when we collect it.
Your personal data is collected and used in various ways. You will be informed directly on the data collection pages of the intended specific uses.
In general, your data may also be used:
• to meet our legal, accounting and tax obligations (handling requests to exercise your rights, keep a list of those who object to canvassing, etc.).
• unless you object and within the limits of your interests and rights, to meet our legitimate organisational and operational needs, including:
• to develop and promote the Rugby World Cup and Rugby XIII (communications, canvassing, and especially sending messages about the latest news, improving our knowledge of the people with whom we are in contact in order to personalise our communications, compiling statistics, conducting satisfaction surveys, etc.).
• to provide you with a personalised experience based on your preferences and choice of content, and to provide you with relevant advertising.
• to maintain and develop the site and sub-sites.
• to ensure the site and sub-sites are secure and used in accordance with applicable law.
• for the performance of our contractual relationship or pre-contractual measures taken at your request, including:
• facilitating your use of the services, enabling you to register and log in, and managing your user account.
• providing you with the information and content you have requested.
You can view information about cookies and other data trackers at any time and choose to accept, reject, or withdraw your consent to their use.
You have the following rights:
• to obtain confirmation as to whether or not your personal data is being processed and, where it is, access to that data and to further information about the processing.
• to have incorrect data rectified.
• in certain specific cases, to have certain personal data erased.
• to limit processing in certain cases.
• to object to your data being processed for reasons relating to your specific situation or, regardless of your specific situation, to the use of your data for canvassing.
• to withdraw your consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of the processing if it is based on your consent.
• to receive the data you have provided to us and/or to ask us to transfer it to another data controller, if the processing is based on your consent or on an agreement and the processing is automated.
• if you live in France, to determine the fate of your data after your death.
To exercise your rights, simply write to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org and attach, if necessary, any document proving your identity and your request.
Please note that, in accordance with the regulations, France2025 may refuse to grant certain requests concerning some of these rights (in particular the right to erasure) for legitimate reasons such as the need to defend legal rights or the requirements of a legal obligation to retain certain data.
In the event of unresolved issues, you may file a complaint with the relevant data protection authority, which in France is the Commission nationale de l'informatique et des libertés (CNIL).
We would also like to inform you that if you are a French consumer, you can register on the Bloctel list to oppose telephone solicitation.
Personal data retention
Your data will be stored for as long as it is required for the purposes stated above, which is generally 3 years after our last contact with you.
At the end of these periods, the data will be archived, if necessary, for a period not exceeding the legal statute of limitations or the applicable archiving obligations or the duration of proceedings in the event of litigation. Once these deadlines have elapsed, the data will be destroyed.