General Data Protection Regulation
Respect for your privacy is our priority
We attach a great deal of importance to the protection of the data you give us.
Here you will find everything you need to know about this personal data: the type of information collected, why we collect it, how we use it and to whom we communicate it.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
WHY DO WE COLLECT YOUR DATA?
By using your personal data, we improve our quality of service, we process your requests even more quickly and we optimize our relationship. Here are some examples of how to use your information:
Allow your committee to contact you easily
You provide the requested information
Send you relevant information about our events and services
Evaluate the effectiveness of our ads
Evaluate the effectiveness of our commercial and after-sales services
Improve our products and services
Conduct customer satisfaction surveys
With your prior consent, we may also use your personal data to:
Send you personalized ads
Offer you personalized customer experiences
WHAT TYPES OF DATA DO WE COLLECT?
All the data we hold has most probably been disclosed by you.
This information may include:
Personal details (name, address, e-mail, phone)
The type of request
The origin of the request
Detailed information about your requests
The navigation data on the site missmisterjeunesse.com
DURATION OF DATA CONSERVATION.
We will keep your data for a maximum of 5 years in order to alert you to the various events organized by the Miss & Mister Youth Committee.
TO WHOM ARE WE COMMUNICATING THESE DATA?
To offer you ever more adapted services, we can communicate information about you to our partners. Our priority is to ensure that they are as determined as we are to protect information and data about you.
WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS ?
AT ANY TIME, YOU MAY ACCESS YOUR PERSONAL DATA OR ASK FOR THEIR DESTRUCTION OR MODIFICATION. YOU MAY ALSO REQUEST RECEIVING YOUR PERSONAL DATA IN A COMMONLY USED FORMAT.
You may object to the processing of your data or request that their use be limited.
Finally, you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the data protection authorities if you consider it necessary.