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Privacy Policy

We are convinced that the protection of your personal data is essential. If we process your personal data, we do so in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation of 27 April 2016 ("GDPR"). We would like to provide you with clarification on this privacy statement:

 

Who is responsible for treatment (PART I)

What treatment do we do (PART II)

What are your rights to these treatments (PART III)?

 

We invite you to read this privacy policy carefully and regularly. Because future adjustments cannot be excluded. If something is not entirely clear, you can always contact FIP via secretariat@fip.global

PART I. Responsible for treatment

The data in question will be processed by the FIP, Rue Eugène Carrière 57, 75018 Paris France. According to the GDPR, the FIPis considered as the data controller, which means that FIP is responsible for the correct processing of the data concerned, and in case of questions or for the exercise of your rights in the matter of data processing, you can easily contact FIP: FédérationInternationale des Podologues (FIP)Rue Eugène Carrière 57, 75018 Paris France Tel: 0495 22 44 31E-mail: secretariat@fip.global

PART II. Objectives of the treatment

Depending on the service you use, FIP will process your personal data as described below. For each of these processing operations, you have the rights provided for in PART III. FIPstrives not to transmit your data to third countries that are not covered by an EU adequacy decision. If exceptionally, this should be the case, we will inform you specifically.

 

Member and customer management

When you make contact, you sign up for an information session, a networking event, become a member, request a membership benefit, or enter into an agreement with FIP, we process the requested data because we have it need for the execution of the agreement/information request. FIP will not be able to execute the agreement without this information. To do this, the data is only passed on to the subcontractors (such as the payment software/database providers) that must be engaged for the execution of the agreement. After the end of the agreement/last contact, your data will be kept for 10 years. After this time, the data in question will be erased.

Visit our website

When you visit our website, in view of our legitimate interest in undertaking "cookies" may be placed on the hard drive of your device to better tailor the site to the needs of returning visitors as well as for monitoring the navigation, for the automatic processing of your data. The personal data that FIP receives as a result of your visit to our website may, because of our legitimate interest to undertake, be included in prospecting files. The data we obtain during your visit will be kept until 10 years after your visit. Your rights to this treatment are described in PART III.

Profiling

FIP reserves the right to use the information it obtains on you as part of automated processing of such personal data, in which personal aspects, such as your personal preferences or interests, may be assessed on the basis of this data so that we can provide you with information and offers that may be of interest to you. These automatic processing methods are based on the logic that when you use FIP website(s) and online applications, you have given your permission to monitor your behavior in order to be able to offer you relevant content. Automated processing refers to data that FIPhas obtained directly from you or data obtained from third parties. In the latter case, FIP will always tell you from whom it got your data. This information is transmitted to the treatment managers who are called by FIP to carry out the automated processing.

 

Such automated processing takes place because of our legitimate interest to undertake, but you can always oppose it for free and simply by signaling it via secretariat@fip.global, provided you give proof of your identity (copy of the ID card). In this case, it is no longer possible for the FIPto keep track of your preferences, which may require us to request certain information several times when providing additional services. On the basis of its legitimate interest in undertaking, FIP reserves the right to transmit profiling results to its business partners (see below). Your rights to this treatment are described in PART III.

Direct Marketing

FIP reserves the right to use your personal data for direct marketing purposes. If you are a member or partner/customer, this is done on the basis of our legitimate interest to undertake. Through this direct marketing, we can provide you with information and offers that may interest you. This is the data FIP has obtained directly from you. This information is normally kept for a period of 10 years. You have the right at any time to oppose this treatment by letting us know via secretariat@fip.global, subject to proof of identity (copy of the identity card). In this case, you will be unsubscribed from all our communication channels. In each newsletter you receive, there will be the possibility to unsubscribe from this specific mailing. In this case, you will continue to receive other relevant information.

Prospecting

FIP reserves the right, on the basis of its legitimate interest to undertake, to prospect data from customers, website visitors, or persons who come into contact with FIP. For the rest, these data are only used by data controllers that we use in our data management.

 

In principle, this information is kept for a period of 10 years, unless it has been obtained for a purpose for which we need it for a longer period.

 

You have the right at any time to object to this treatment by sending it via secretariat@fip.global by means of proof of identity (copy of the identity card). If you do not agree, you will be unsubscribed from our communication channels. Your rights to this treatment are described in PART III.

PART III. Your rights regarding the processing of data

Your rights

 

In addition to the right to withdraw any consent, you have given you have various rights to the processing (as described above) carried out by FIP by means of proof of identity (copy of the card of identity). You can request these rights to secretariat@fip.global for free and on request:

 

  • Permission to access

You have the right to ask us if we process your data and have access to this data. You also have the right to request an overview of the institutions that receive your data via FIP before each treatment.

 

  • Right of rectification

In the event of incorrect data, you have the right to request an immediate correction or to complete the incomplete data.

  • The right to erase

You have the right to have your personal data deleted without delay in the following case so the processing of these data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected by BVP-ABP;

the processing of these data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected by BVP-ABP;

 

- you have withdrawn a given consent;

- you oppose the treatment;

- personal data are processed illegally by FIP;

- this is necessary to comply with a legal obligation, or

- the personal data was collected as part of an information society service offering to a child (under the age of 13).

  • Right to limit treatment

You have the right to obtain a limitation of treatment if you dispute the accuracy of the personal data at our disposal, the processing is illegal and you oppose the deletion of personal data, FIP no longer needs these data as long as you still need it for the institution, exercise or justification of a legal claim, or pending an answer to the question whether the justified reasons for FIP take precedence over yours if you are opposed to the treatment for reasons of our legitimate interest.

  • Right to portability

You have the right to ask us to obtain the personal data that we have obtained from you in a structured and readable form and to transfer this data to another controller if treatment by FIP-FIPis based on your consent or if the processing is done by means of automated processes.

Personal Data Violation

FIP strives to protect the personal data we process against loss, misuse, or forgery. Should a violation of your personal data nevertheless occur, and this violation poses a high risk to your rights and freedoms, the FIPwill inform you immediately, subject to the conditions set out in the GDPR legislation.

Complaints

If, for any reason, you have a complaint about the processing of your personal data, you can contact the CNIL–Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés,

3 Place de Fontenoy

TSA 80715

75334 PARIS CEDEX 07

FRANC