Genopole ensures that the processing of personal data on www.genopole.fr conforms to the European Union General Data Protection Regulation and French laws for the protection of data protection.
Protection of personal data
Genopole is committed to protecting your privacy and personal data. Here, we provide complete information on Genopole’s use of the personal data of people accessing its website.
As the data controller, Genopole ensures adherence to the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 dated 27 April 2016 on the protection of personal data. On the website’s data collection forms, users are informed as to the obligatory or non-obligatory nature of the provided data. Should obligatory data not be provided, Genopole will not be able to respond to the user’s request.
1. Data collection
Genopole collects only the data strictly necessary (data minimization) to respond to the request and furthermore indicates:
- the objectives of data collection;
- whether the data are obligatory or facultative for the management of the request;
- who has access to the data (uniquely Genopole in principle; transmission to third parties when necessary for request management, event organization, etc. will be indicated on the form);
- your personal data protection rights and how to exercise them with Genopole.
2. Data security
Genopole is particularly committed to protecting all collected/processed personal data. All operations are secured. Genopole deploys the technical, physical and organizational measures needed to prevent, as best as possible, the alteration of, loss of, or unauthorized access to your data.
3. Data location
Personal data are kept in France on Genopole’s servers.
4. Processing purposes
Genopole may process your personal data to:
- furnish the information or services that you requested (notably to send Newsletters, exchange by e-mail, supply targeted information, or evaluate satisfaction for proposed services or events);
- collect information that helps us improve the website or the management of our services and/or events (notably via cookies);
- contact you about Genopole-related events or to update you on services and support proposed to the competitiveness cluster’s members.
Genopole is the recipient of your personal data. With the exception of subcontractors potentially called upon by Genopole to organize an event, your personal data, whether individual or aggregated, is never transferred to third parties. Genopole does not commercialize the personal data of its site’s visitors or users.
6. Data storage
Genopole deploys a policy for purpose-adapted personal data storage.
7. Data controller
The data controller is GIP Genopole – 5 rue Henri Desbruères 91030 Évry Cedex FRANCE.
8. Rights in relation to personal data
In conformity with General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679, you have access, rectification, erasure and portability rights for your personal data. You may e-mail the Genopole delegate for the protection of personal data to exercise these rights: firstname.lastname@example.org
When you visit the Genopole website, cookies are deposited on your device.
Cookies are small text-based files that are deposited on your device when you access a website on a browser. They maintain a number of technical data on visits to and the use of the website (number of visits, frequency of exposure to an advertisement, connections to other websites, etc.) or permit the personalization of the website for a particular user’s current or future visits (accounts, display preferences, pages visited, etc.).
Some cookies require your consent. When you access the Genopole website for the first time, you are given the choice of accepting or rejecting non-essential cookies. To benefit from all of the functionalities offered by the Genopole website (sharing of articles on social networks, site improvements via browsing statistics, etc.), it is recommended to accept those non-essential cookies.
Functional cookies (required)
The Genopole website needs these cookies to function correctly and perform optimization functions. They are thus required to access the website.
Personal data collected automatically
These data include most notably the type of browser and its functionalities, the operating system, any third-party websites (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) from which the Genopole site may have been accessed and the date & time at which the Genopole site was accessed.
These automatically-collected data enable the monitoring of general website activity, the identification of errors and the assurance that the website benefits from pertinent material resources.
These data do not permit the specific identification of a user without input from the internet access provider, which can only be obtained within the framework of a judicial investigation.
Some cookies, particular those registering the itinerary of the visitor on the website, are automatically deleted at the end of the session.
Others are anonymously aggregated to permit browsing ergonomics improvements and identify the centers of interest of site visitors in a global manner.
You may permit or refuse these types of cookies by modifying the cookie settings within your browser.
You can also delete all cookies on your device to permanently eliminate the information they contain.
These cookies make it possible for Genopole to use the Google Analytics tool to obtain anonymous statistics on its website.
That information helps Genopole measure and study the effectiveness of its website’s content. It also enables the monitoring of analytical data and provides insights as to how the site is used by its visitors.
Toward these endpoints, Google Analytics collects information on visited pages and time spent on the pages, how visitors came to the website (a referencing site, a social network, a search engine, etc.) and what links they clicked on while they were there.
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Genopole does not use Google Analytics to collect identifying data (names or addresses, for example) and does not permit Google Analytics to use and/or share such data.
Google provides an add-on to opt out of Google Analytics in your browser.
Should you choose to deactivate these cookies, your visit will not contribute to our analyses and certain parameters may modify your experience on our website.
Social media cookies
These “third-party” cookies enable interactions between the Genopole website and social media functions. For example, they ease sharing or “liking” content from the Genopole website on social media sites like Facebook or Twitter.
These are the only cookies from third parties put into your browser by the Genopole website.
If you deactivate these cookies, you will not be able to directly share Genopole content to social media.