The entity responsible for and acting as the data controller of the Alliance Site is ICC.
2. Type of Information Collected
The Alliance may collect for processing purposes the following categories of personal information howsoever collected: family name, first name, organization, position, activity, age, date of birth, gender, address, postal code, country, phone, website, and email.
The Alliance will ensure that personal data collected through the Alliance Site is strictly necessary for the purposes described in section 3 below.
3. Purposes of Data Processing
The Alliance, or third parties on its behalf, may use personal information you provide to:
- process and respond to your questions and/or inquiries;
- deliver newsletters, emails, or other communications to you that you have signed up for;
- organize Alliance events and communicate about them; and
- engage with you on Alliance projects and activities.
The Alliance, or third parties on its behalf, may also use certain information you provide in an aggregate and anonymous form for internal business and planning purposes, such as statistics.
These purposes have been brought to the attention of the person in charge of data protection at ICC who has included such information in the relevant data protection register.
The Alliance may disclose users’ personal data to Alliance staff members, including, but not limited to, its directors, officers, employees, trainees, secondees, consultants, Alliance partners, members, donors and service providers to the extent needed to carry out the activities or services they are required to perform. If prior user consent is required under applicable law, the Alliance will not collect any such data without such prior consent.
The Alliance may also disclose personal data as may be required by applicable laws, regulations, or governmental requests or to protect the rights of the Alliance.
The Alliance does not authorize third parties to use or to transfer your information for any other purposes than the ones mentioned in this section.
4. Data Retention
The Alliance will retain your personal data only for as long as necessary for the operations for which data has been collected and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
5. Transfer of Data
In this case, the Alliance will put in place appropriate and adequate operational, organizational, procedural, and technical measures in order to ensure the security and confidentiality of your personal data.
6. Your Rights
- Right to unsubscribe from Alliance communications
If you no longer wish to receive communications from the Alliance (e.g., newsletters or Alliance news alerts), you may opt out by cancelling your subscription on the Alliance Site through the link sent in each email you receive from the Alliance, or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and to email@example.com.
- Right to access, question, modify or rectify personal information
In accordance with French applicable law which governs the Alliance Site, you have a right to access, question, modify and rectify personal information that concerns you. You also have a right to object to data processing of your personal data for promotional purposes or on the basis of any other legitimate grounds. You also have a right to indicate how you wish your personal data to be treated after death.
Should you wish to exercise those rights and obtain all relevant information, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or write to ICC, Sylvie Picard Renaud, 33-43 avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris, France and include a copy of your ID.
Protecting your privacy and information is a priority for the Alliance. The Alliance protects your personal information from loss, misuse and alteration. However, please be aware that no data transmission over the internet or storage technology can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. The Alliance can only take steps to help reduce the risks of unauthorized access. Each individual using the internet can take steps to help protect his/ her personal information and further minimize the likelihood that a security incident may occur.
8. Cookies Policy
Subject to your prior explicit consent where such consent is required by the applicable law in your jurisdiction, the Alliance Site uses “cookies” (i.e., small text files which are downloaded to a user’s device when visiting the Alliance Site) to make it easier for users to navigate and to improve the quality of the Alliance Site.
Which cookies are we using?
The Alliance uses Google Analytics cookies. Data collected through such cookies is transmitted to and stored at Google Inc., a US company ensuring an adequate data protection level. Google Analytics generates reports on the number of users and type of use pertaining to the Alliance Site. When a user accesses a website using Google Analytics, cookies are placed and read on such user’s terminal equipment. More information on Google Analytics is available at: http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html.
Parameters of web browsers by default are generally set up in such a manner to accept cookies but you can easily change those parameters by modifying these parameters. If you choose to deactivate cookies, some functionalities, pages or parts of the Alliance Site may not be accessible and the Alliance is not responsible in such case.
For more information related to cookies parameters, you can consult the following websites:
CNIL – http://www.aboutcookies.org/en
Internet Explorer™ – http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
Safari™ – http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1677?viewlocale=fr_FR
Chrome™ – https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=fr
Firefox™ – https://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/activer-desactiver-cookies
9. Links to Other Sites
10. Social Networks
Last updated on February 20, 2018