General Data Protection Regulation
From May 25, 2018 a regulation called "GDPR" or "RGPD" European frames more strictly the treatment of personal data, this page resumes the types of treatment applied to the data that you entrust to us in a succinct way, for further information, a free helpdesk is available by e-mail on email@example.com.
24PM only stores and transfers data in Europe or to non-European "GDPR compliant" suppliers and encrypts personal data. For security reasons, encrypted backups using 2048-bit AES algorithms and 128 loops can be stored outside Europe.
24PM keeps available to the supervisory authorities, in accordance with the RGPD:
- the processing register ;
- data protection impact assessments ;
- the framework for data transfers outside the European Union ;
- information, models for obtaining the consent of the persons concerned and the procedures put in place for exercising their rights;
- contracts with subcontractors who are awarded public contracts ;
- internal procedures in the event of a data breach ;
- evidence that data subjects have given their consent where the processing of their data is based on this.
Statistical data of visitors to the company's websites:
Raw statistical visitor data collected by third-party systems that allow, among other things, IP addresses to identify visitors is aggregated whenever realistic in order to retain only trends and will never be aggregated in order to retain the habits of a particular user, which would be contrary to 24PM's policy.
Shelf life :
The data will only be kept for as long as is necessary for the processing of the data and for the purpose entrusted to us by the user (e.g. an application will be kept for the purpose of a new selection unless the applicant requests otherwise or for the period of time required by the unemployment office to comply with the relevant legal requirements).
Data processed on behalf of our affiliates and members :
The data processed on behalf of our affiliates is subject to specific processing on their respective parts, with 24PM ensuring that good practice is maintained.
Right to be forgotten and consultation :
Any private individual who wishes to obtain copies of the data concerning him/her may request this by sending a registered letter to the company's headquarters, enclosing proof of identity.
The same applies to any request for deletion, on the understanding that 24PM may, in the event of a request for deletion, aggregate the data of this private individual by anonymizing him or her, inter alia if a legal obligation compels it to do so.
This policy will evolve according to the evolution of the jurisprudence and the instructions of the authorities of control of the protection of private life. Please visit this page regularly.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small data files (usually numbers and letters) that a website places on your computer or mobile device when you first visit. The cookie will help that website, or another website, recognize your device the next time you visit. Web beacons or similar files can also do the same thing. In this policy, we use the term "cookies" to refer to all files that collect information in this way.
Some cookies contain personal information - for example, if you click "remember me" when you log in, a cookie will store your username. Most cookies will not retrieve personally identifiable information, but rather will retrieve more general information: how a user arrives at a website, what they use it for, or where a user lives.