The personal data collected as part of the www.dulary.fr website is processed by DULARY for the following purposes:
Troubleshooting and improving the management of our website.
Personal data is thus processed to allow us to keep track of the requests sent or to satisfy the interest you have in the activities of the DULARY company, to make you appreciate its products and services through its website and its commercial offers, to know you better, to understand your needs and to meet them.
Your personal data collected on the site is exclusively intended for the DULARY Company. DULARY does not sell or transfer free of charge the personal data collected to third parties.
The DULARY Company shall not transfer Personal Data outside the European Union.
However, the personal data that you communicate to the DULARY company may be processed on our behalf by service providers and contractual partners who provide us with e-mailing routing solutions, postal mailing and website management services.
The retention period of personal data collected when using the www.dulary.fr website is as follows:
If a data has been collected for both prospecting and selling purposes, then the retention period will be 10 years.
The time needed to achieve the purpose for which we hold this data, in order to meet your needs or to fulfil our legal obligations and in any case for a period that will not exceed more than 10 years after the last commercial relationship established with DULARY S.A.S.
The www.dulary.fr website uses services offered by third parties.
In accordance with the legal provisions, the period of validity of the consent given in the context of the management of cookies may not exceed 13 months.
You have the right to access, query, modify and object to the data concerning you. In order to do exercise this right, contact: DULARY, ZI Les Taillas, Allée Louis Pasteur, 43600 SAINTE SIGOLÈNE.
For any information regarding personal data management, we invite you to consult the CNIL’s website: http://www.cnil.fr.
If you believe, after contacting us, that your “Data Protection” rights are not respected, you can file a complaint with the CNIL, online or by mail.