DMI is committed to protecting the privacy of the data of Internet users.
What data is processed and why ?
Requests for information (contact form) require internet users to communicate certain personal data.
The required data on the contact form are: surname & first name, company name & number of managed items, professional email address & phone number. DMI needs this information to allow the sales team to respond to the request of the user or to contact him following his request.
If the user does not wish to provide this information, then he / she will not be able to contact DMI.
A “cookie” is a block of data that does not identify the user but is used to record information about its navigation. It is specified that any user can oppose the establishment of “cookies” by disabling this option in the settings of his browser.
In accordance with the provisions of Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to data, files and freedoms, any automated processing of personal data made from the site will be declared to the National Commission of Computing and Liberties (CNIL). The right of access and rectification: According to the law 78-17 relating to data processing, files and freedoms of January 6, 1978 (article 34), the persons about whom personal data are collected benefit from a right of access, modification, rectification and deletion of these data. This right can be exercised by contacting the company directly (contact).
How are the data processed ?
Contact : DMI – +33 (0) 683 965 697 – firstname.lastname@example.org
The personal data collected and processed by DMI allows DMI to contact the user and respond to his requests, and to manage the monitoring of relations between DMI and the user. This processing is done at the request of the user to contact him and, if necessary, to provide a service.
The data can also be used by DMI to create a file of contacts, prospects and customers and to send users emails containing information about DMI (news partners, activities, products or services). These data are therefore used for DMI to carry out its commercial and prospecting activity.
Recipients and Subcontractors: In accordance with the purposes described above, the user’s data may be transferred to DMI staff and suppliers acting as subcontractors (such as its hosting provider, the relationship management system). customer).
Storage and archiving: personal data are kept for 3 years to allow DMI to contact the user for his activity. These data are archived for the duration of the prescription, the time required for the constitution, exercise or defense of legal rights (usually 5 years).
These deadlines are applicable from the date of processing the request or, if necessary, the last contact of the user.
DMI strives to keep this personal data under appropriate security conditions in accordance with the applicable provisions (RGPD).
Rights on personal data processed by DMI
Anyone who has provided personal data to DMI has the following rights :
- A right of access and rectification of data ;
- A right to the erasure of data (“right to be forgotten”), a right to the limitation of treatment and a right to object to this treatment in the cases provided for by the regulations in force ;
- In particular, anyone has the right to refuse to receive mailings from DMI on his email address at any time. The subscribed user can unsubscribe by clicking on the link provided for this purpose in each email.
- The right to set guidelines regarding the processing of personal data after death ;
- A right to portability as provided for in the regulations in force ;
- The right to complain to a supervisory authority (CNIL in France).
These rights can be exercised with DMI. These rights must be exercised under the conditions provided for by the regulations in force. In particular, DMI may require proof of identity to prevent unauthorized access to personal data.
The data collected is processed by DMI as the person in charge of the information processing to answer the request of the user, to manage the follow-up of the relation between DMI and the Net surfer, to constitute a file of contacts, prospects and customers. All required information is identified by an asterisk on our contact forms.