1. Information related to the Data Protection Act
a) General – Purpose – Duration
Internet users have the freedom to provide personal information about them.
The provision of personal information is not essential for navigation on the site. However, registration on this site requires the collection by the publisher of a certain amount of personal information about Internet users.
Internet users who do not wish to provide the information necessary to create a personal space will not be able to place an order on this site. The data collected is necessary for the proper administration of the services offered on this site and for the publisher to comply with its contractual obligations. These data are kept by the publisher in this unique quality, and the publisher undertakes not to use them in another framework, nor to transmit them to third parties, except with the express agreement of the users or cases provided for by law. The contact details of all users registered on this site are saved for a period of one year from the deletion of personal space, a reasonable period necessary for the proper administration of the site and for normal use of the data. These data are kept under secure conditions, according to current technical means.
b) Right of access, rectification and deletion
In accordance with the latter, users have a right of opposition, interrogation, access and rectification of the data they have provided. For this, they just need to make a request to the publisher of this site, by formulating it at the following email address: info [@] hardydeck, or by post to the address of the headquarters of the publisher mentioned at the beginning of these general conditions. The personal data collected is subject to computer processing and is exclusively reserved for the publisher of the site.
c) IP address
In addition, the publisher reserves the right to collect the public Internet Protocol (IP) address of all Internet users.
The collection of this IP address will be done anonymously, it will be kept for the same duration as the personal information and will only be used to allow proper administration of the services offered on this site.
The IP address corresponds to a series of separate numbers of dots allowing the unique identification of a computer on the Internet. The publisher must communicate all personal data relating to an Internet user to the Police (on judicial requisition) or to any person (on order of the judge). The IP address of any computer may be reconciled with the effective identity of the subscriber held by the ISP (Internet service provider).