– who is in charge of processing your data
– what data is collected
– what the purpose of data collection is
– the data retention period
– how and where the data is shared
– personal data security
– data rights and access
Who is in charge of processing your data?
GIE Eurasanté, Economic Interest Group with a capital of €867,000, registered in the LILLE MÉTROPOLE Trade and Companies Register under number 409 044 203, having its registered office at 70 rue du Docteur Yersin, 59120 LOOS, France,
What data is collected by Eurasanté?
Eurasanté collects the identification data of website visitors by requesting contact information (first name, surname, email address, the company they work for, their job title and any other information communicated voluntarily in their email).
As part of its activities, Eurasanté may contact the website visitors for other subjects or projects that may be relevant regarding the visitor’s company.
Data is collected for the following purposes:
– reply to information requests sent to Eurasanté;
– inform you of news and actions likely to interest you by means of communication and/or newsletters, including marketing, subject to your consent;
– statistical analyses and Eurasanté support follow-up, satisfaction surveys, and statistics and market research;
– redesign and/or modify the Website navigation and/or features;
– comply with GIE Eurasanté’s legal obligations.
How long does Eurasanté retain data?
The personal data provided will be kept for the time necessary to achieve the purposes pursued, in compliance with legal archiving possibilities and the obligation to retain certain data and/or anonymisation, for a maximum of five years.
After five years without contact between Eurasanté and you, you will be asked if you would like your data to be saved for other purposes.
– If the answer is no, GIE Eurasanté will delete this data from its database.
– If the answer is yes, your data will remain archived, and you may subsequently request rectification or deletion, if need be, in accordance with your rights defined below.
Nevertheless, the data may be archived beyond the periods provided for the needs of the investigation, recording and prosecution of criminal offences for the sole purpose of making these data available to the judicial authorities as required.
How and where is the data shared?
This data is intended for Eurasanté’s internal services. As part of Eurasanté’s missions and obligations, it may be transmitted to our partners and public funders; however, in this case, it is pseudonymised and/or aggregated as far as possible.
GIE Eurasanté ensures the confidentiality of the data provided and guarantees that in no case will it be transferred or sold to third parties, within or outside the EU.
The personal data provided by filling in forms is integrated into Eurasanté’s database and is only used to process your requests and/or send you information on Eurasanté’s activities, deliverables, or products, or as part of services, if you have requested it.
Eurasanté attaches great importance to the security of all personally identifiable information of our users. However, as no method of transmission over the internet or method of electronic storage is 100% secure, it cannot guarantee the absolute impregnability of the internet.
The website may contain links to and from other websites. If you access these pages, please note that you may be asked to provide personal data or information on these pages. GIE Eurasanté therefore recommends that, when you visit these websites, you consult their confidentiality policies and legal notices.
Data rights and access
In accordance with the legislation in force, you may have the following rights:
– right of access to the information we hold about your personal data;
– right to rectify your data, by which we will update the information and data we have based on the information you have provided to us;
– right to portability of your data;
– right to the deletion of your data;
– right to object to our processing of your personal data;
– right to file a complaint with GIE Eurasanté and/or the competent data protection authority.
You may ask GIE Eurasanté to exercise your rights at any time, free of charge, by letter or by email.
You must enclose a photocopy of your national identity document / passport with your request in order to exercise this personal right. Your request must be sent to the following Eurasanté email address:
Eurasanté reserves the right to modify its confidentiality and personal data processing policy in order to adapt it to new legislation or case law. As such, Eurasanté recommends that you consult it each time you browse the website to ensure that you are always informed in advance of the information you provide.