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Data Privacy Policy

On this page you can find all the treatments related to your personal data. Where, when, how, why we process your data and also what your rights are.


Who is the data controller?


The data you entrust to us are processed by :

ADEO Services, a simplified joint stock company with a capital of 31,674,335 euros, registered in the Lille Trade and Companies Register under number 421 206 079, whose registered office is at 135 rue Sadi Carnot, CS00001, 59790, Ronchin.

This is the data controller.


Why do we collect your data?


Depending on the case, your personal data will be collected for different purposes. These uses are called the purposes of processing.

These different purposes can be implemented if they have a valid legal basis. This is called the legal basis. The basis for the processing of your data may be related to :

– a legal obligation: we must comply with our legal and regulatory obligations

– a contract: To perform a contract with you or provide you with pre-contractual information at your request

– our specific needs: this is what we call our legitimate interests

– your choice: where we have asked for your consent to a specific treatment


The chapter below covers each of these uses in detail.


Processing purposes & legal bases


The table below shows the purposes of this collection and the legal justification for it.

When is my data transferred?


The data centers where your data is hosted are located in Europe.


How is my data protected?


ADEO Services takes all customary precautions to protect the security of Personal Data against loss, unauthorized access, modification, intrusion, alteration, disclosure or destruction of the Personal Data it holds.

Access to Personal Data is strictly limited to those employees who need to access it in order to process it.


Your rights


Entrusting us with your data does not mean that you lose control of them, quite the contrary! A little explanation…

You have several rights. Some are applicable to all processing of your data, others depend on the type of processing and, more specifically, the legal basis on which it is carried out (contract, legal obligation, consent, legitimate interest, etc.).

Below is a brief description of these rights and how to implement them.


Right of access: This right allows you to ask us questions about the nature of the processing concerning you (type of data, origin of collection, etc.). It also allows you to ask us for a copy of all the information concerning you. This right applies regardless of the legal basis for the processing of your data.


The right of rectification: Error of seizure, you wish to supplement data: many situations can lead you to update your data. This right applies regardless of the legal basis for the processing of your data.


Right to withdraw your consent: If you have given your consent to the processing of your personal data, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.


Right to limit processing: You can request the limitation of processing of your personal data.


Right to portability: This right allows you to request the data concerning you, as soon as they are the subject of a treatment based on your consent or a contractual relationship. What is the difference with the right of access? We are obliged to provide you with data in a format that is technically usable by you.


The right to object: This is the right to say “no”, the right not to be included in a data processing or to no longer be included. This right applies where the processing is based on the “legitimate interest” of the controller, provided that the interest is not “compelling”.


Right to erasure: Where your data is processed based on your consent or the legitimate (non-compelling) interest of the data controller, you may obtain the early deletion of your data. How do you do it? You only need to express your wish to withdraw your consent or to exercise your right to object to the processing.


Right to end: You have the right to define directives regarding the retention, deletion or disclosure of your personal data, applicable after your death.


You can exercise the rights listed above, through the contact form at your disposal here: “Make a request to exercise your rights


You can also consult and rectify your personal data by mail at the following address

DPO ADEO Services

ADEO Services,

135 Sadi Carnot Street,

59790, Ronchin


In accordance with the applicable regulations, you are entitled to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority such as the
(Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et de Libertés) in France.


How can you find out about changes to this information document?


We invite you to review the latest version of this document on this page and we will notify you of any material changes through our sites or through our usual communication channels.



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