The concept of personal data (“Personal Data”) consists of any information relating to a physical person, whether he/she is identified, or merely identifiable (even indirectly, for example, by an identification number or cross-checking information). Some examples of information of a personal nature: identity, contact data, identification number, location data, information relating to one’s professional life, IP address etc.
“Non-personal data” corresponds to any information which does not allow a person to be identified.
By visiting and using the internet site of FLY-IN/2G Projects, you are giving your express consent to the data controlling collecting and processing data of a personal nature. This could include the following:
Any other personal data that may be deemed relevant for the purposes set out hereafter.
It is possible that the data controller may also be required to harvest data of a non-personal nature. This data qualifies as non-personal because it does not allow for the direct or indirect identification of any person in particular, It could therefore be used for any purpose whatsoever, for example, to improve FLY-IN/2G Projects’ website, the services offered or the data controller's advertising campaigns.
In the event that this non-personal data is combined with data of a personal nature which would enable the identification of the persons concerned, this data will be treated as data of a personal nature until its association with a particular person is rendered impossible.
The processing of the personal data relating to a child is lawful once the child has reached at least 18 years of age.
No product or service offered by FLY-IN/2G Projects may be used by children.
The Data Controller collects the data of a personal nature via:
Data of a personal nature is only collected and processed for the purposes set out below:
The Data Controller will only retain data of a personal nature for the reasonable time necessary for the fulfilment of the purposes set out and in accordance with the relevant legal and regulatory requirements.
Data of a personal nature relating to a Client is retained for a maximum period of 10 years following the end of the contractual relationship which links this Client to the Data Controller, in compliance with legal obligations.
Data of a personal nature relating to a Prospect is retained for a maximum period of 3 years following the end of the contractual relationship which links this Prospect to the Data Controller.
Shorter retention periods apply to certain categories of data, for example, traffic data, which is only retained for 12 months.
At the end of the retention period, the Data Controller will do everything in his/her power to ensure that the personal data has indeed been rendered unavailable.
Your Personal Data is only used for internal purposes to facilitate the smooth functioning of our mission. Your Personal Data will not be transferred to a third party (inside or outside the EU).
The “processing” of Personal Data encompasses, among other things, the use, storage, registration, analysis, declaration and destruction of Personal Data depending on what is required in the circumstances.
The information is only used for internal purposes and, consequently, will never be passed on to other physical persons or legal entities regardless of whether they are associated with our company. However, this data will be communicated at the request of legal authorities or the police without the prior authorisation of its holder.
We have put in place appropriate security measures to protect against the loss, misuse or alteration of the information received on our site.
All of our employees who have access to your data are subject to a strict duty of confidentiality.
In compliance with the law, you have the right of access to and to amend this data at any time. You also have the right to object with a view to verifying its accuracy and to have any errors relating to it corrected.
All Personal Data collected is stored for a limited duration depending on the purpose of the processing of this data, and only for the duration stipulated by the applicable legislation.
Our site provides links to the websites of our partners (clients and partners) that may be of interest to you.
FLY-IN/2G Projects exercises no control over the content of third party sites or the practices of these third parties with regard to the protection of the Personal Data they may receive. Consequently, FLY-IN/2G Projects accepts no responsibility with regard to the processing of your Personal Data by these third parties. It is your responsibility to find out more information about the policies put in place by these third parties to protect your personal data.
In compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you are the owner of your data and you have rights with regard to your Personal Data, which are:
FLY-IN/2G Projects undertakes to protect and secure the Personal Data you have chosen to communicate to them with a view to ensuring its confidentiality and preventing the leaking, loss, theft or destruction of the data (whether accidental or as a result of an unauthorised intrusion in the IT system of FLY-IN/2G Projects).
Any Personal Data communicated by you is confidential and access to it is limited to the internal team in FLY-IN/2G Projects who need to use it in the context of carrying out their duties. Any persons having access to your Personal Data are subject to a duty of confidentiality.
Nevertheless, even though we take measures to ensure that your data is secure, you should be aware of the numerous risks that exist with regard to the security of data, and take the appropriate precautions to help protect your data (the password and information appearing in Your Space).
Although reasonable measures have been taken by FLY-IN/2G Projects with regard to the protection of Personal Data, no transmission or storage technology is completely infallible.