- On the manner in which their personal data is collected. Any and all information allowing to identify the user is considered personal data. As such, this includes but is not limited to: their first and last names, age, postal address, email, location or IP address;
- On their rights regarding this data;
- On the person responsible for the treatment of the personal data collected;
- On the recipients of this personal data;
- On our cookies policy;
ARTICLE 2: PRINCIPLES PERTAINING TO PERSONAL DATA COLLECTION AND TREATMENT
In accordance to Article 5 of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679, personal data is:
- To be treated in a lawful, loyal and transparent manner towards the concerned individual;
- Collected for specifically determined, explicit and legitimate purposes (see Article 3.1 of Terms), and must not be treated thereafter in ways that are incompatible with these purposes;
- Adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary for the purposes to which they are treated;
- Exact and, if necessary, kept up to date. Every reasonable measure must be taken to ensure that any inaccuracy in the personal data used in the final purpose for which they are treated be removed or rectified without delay;
- Saved in a format that allows identification of the concerned individuals for a period that does not exceed what is necessary for the purpose for which it is treated;
- Treated in a way that guarantees appropriate security for the collected data, including protection against unauthorized or illicit treatment and against accidental loss, destruction or damages thanks to appropriate technical and organizational measures.
Treatment is only considered lawful if and when at least one of the following conditions is fulfilled:
- The concerned individual has given consent to the treatment of their personal data for one or more specified purposes;
- The treatment is necessary to the execution of a contract with the concerned individual or for the execution of precontractual measures made at the request of the concerned individual;
- The treatment is necessary in order to comply with legal obligations imposed on the person responsible of the treatment;
- The treatment is necessary to maintaining the vital interests of the concerned individual or another physical person.
- The treatment is necessary to execute a mission of public interest or relative to the exercise of public authorities in which the person responsible of the treatment is invested.
- The treatment is necessary to meet the legitimate interests pursued by the person responsible of the treatment or by a third party, unless the concerned individual’s interests or freedoms and fundamental rights require protection of their personal data, especially when the concerned individual is a child.
ARTICLE 3: PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED AND TREATED WHILE BROWSING THE WEBSITE
Personal data collected during our activity are as follow:
When a user creates a customer account on our website, we save all necessary information to complete and order in our system: email, first and last name, address and phone number in order to prepare and deliver the parcels.
This order data is transferred to the various service providers that work towards having orders delivered to your door: our logistics specialists prepare the parcels and the transporter brings them to your door.
If a user gives express consent, we also use their email address to send out our newsletters. Please note that any user who wishes to unsubscribe to the newsletter can do so at any time by clicking the “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of all newsletters. This will take effect immediately.
In an effort to constantly better ourselves, we use software and third-party operational services to best understand our activity. As such, we offer our users data-driven tools regarding their browsing history on our website, information on their past orders and our client basis.
ARTICLE 4: USER RIGHTS OVER DATA COLLECTION AND TREATMENT
Any user concerned with the treatment of personal data has the following rights, in compliance with the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and the law n° 78-17 from January 6, 1978 on technology, files and freedom.
- Right of access, rectification and data deletion (in compliance with articles 15, 16 and 17 of the RGPD) ;
- Right to data portability (article 20 of the RGPD);
- Right of limitation (article 18 of the RGPD) and opposition of treatment of data (article 21 of the RGPD);
- Right to not be the object of a decision made exclusively from an automated process;
- Right to determine the fate of data after death;
- Right to call on the competent authorities in control (article 77 of the RGPD).
The Linje website editor maintains the right to bring changes to the present Policy at any time to ensure its compliance with applicable laws.
Any changes applied cannot have any incidence on purchases previously made on the website, which would remain under the Policy in place at the time of purchase, as accepted by the user at the time of confirmation of the order.
We urge the user to revisit this Policy every time they use our services, without having necessarily been formally informed of changes.