Personal data protection charter
The purpose of this confidentiality policy (“Charter”) is to inform you of the conditions under which the company Digital Salamander is brought to collect on the site www.digitalsalamander.com (the “Site” ) personal data concerning you (“Personal Data”) when you access or use the Site.
I. How are Personal Data collected?
Your Personal Data is collected when you browse or use the Site and the services offered there (the “Services”). Your Personal Data is collected:
directly from you when you fill out the forms or provide your email address on the Site.
with your consent, if applicable, when you browse or use the Site by means of cookies.
II. What Personal Data is collected?
Digital Salamander collects only the Personal Data necessary to achieve the purposes described below (cf. III of the Charter).
Under the conditions provided for in this Charter, Digital Salamander may thus be required to collect and process, in particular, Your following Personal Data:
name, first name, company, function, email address, telephone;
professional information (diploma, job sought, experience, languages, personal data contained in the CV and in the cover letter, etc.);
information about how you access and use the Site (“Usage Information”). Usage Information may include, but is not limited to, browser type, operating system, page served, duration and previously visited pages, city and country where you are located, or other automatically unique identifiers ( “Equipment Identifier”) relating to the computer, mobile device, technology or any other device (collectively referred to as “Equipment”) that you use to access the Site. An Equipment Identifier consists of a number automatically assigned to your Equipment when you access a website or its servers, and which allows our stations to identify your Equipment. The technologies used on the Site to collect Usage Information, including Equipment Identifiers, are cookies.
III. For what purposes are your Personal Data processed?
Digital Salamander collects and processes your Personal Data only for the following purposes:
administration and technical management of the Site, its functionalities and the Services,
carry out audience measurements on the Site in order to obtain information on visitor navigation,
share certain content of the Site on social platforms,
respond to your request according to the Service subscribed: process and manage your job application; send email alerts providing you with information; deal with questions, comments and other requests that you wish to submit to us by contacting us through the “contact” section of the Site.
IV. Who are the recipients of your Personal Data?
Your Personal Data may be communicated to the following recipients, the staff of Digital Salamander services and its service providers in charge of managing and hosting the Site and its Services:
Digital Salamander’s human resources for processing applications
service providers managing cookies
V. What cookies are used and their purposes?
The cookies used by Digital Salamander on its Site and their purpose are as follows:
session cookies to facilitate your navigation on the Site and / or your use of the Services;
Google Analytics, a website analysis service provided by Google Inc. (“Google”) in order to carry out audience measurements of the Site;
social buttons, such as the logos of Twitter, Google+ and Linkedin in order to allow the sharing of the content of the Site on social platforms.
VI. What are the security and confidentiality measures?
Only Digital Salamander staff who need to know about it for the performance of their duties will have access to your Personal Data for the achievement of the purposes described above.
VII. How to exercise your rights of access, rectification and opposition?
If you wish to access, revise, correct or delete your inaccurate or outdated Personal Data, or object for legitimate reasons to the processing of your Personal Data, you can contact us by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org
VIII. Update of the Charter
Digital Salamander reserves the right to modify this Charter at any time. Any substantial modification of this Charter will be brought to your attention by the mention “update” accompanied by the date of the update.
IX. Definition of a cookie
A cookie is a text file placed on your computer when visiting a site or viewing an advertisement. Its purpose is to collect information relating to your browsing and to send you services adapted to your terminal (computer, mobile or tablet). Cookies are managed by your internet browser.
X. How to disable cookies?