EMB is one of the leading information providers for professionals in France and Europe. As such, he collects and processes many personal data on his behalf and that of his customers and business partners.
EMB is strongly committed to the conformity of its systems and practices to the provisions of the European Data Protection Regulation.
The purpose of this personal data charter is to describe the principles implemented by EMB in order to comply with the regulations and to protect the privacy of the individuals whose data is processed.
It also specifies the general framework for the processing of personal data carried out within EMB and, in this sense, aims to provide data subjects with the necessary information to fully comply with the regulations in force.
EMB collects data through its activities, some of which identify or make identifiable individuals.
1.1. The legal basis of collection
Legislation lists the legal bases for the collection of personal data, otherwise the legitimate justifications for data collection. These legal bases are explained and / or recalled within the framework of the collections carried out by EMB.
As such, EMB is likely to collect personal data based on:
1.2. Collection methods:
1.2.1. Collection through forms
Access, use, download, purchase or subscription to certain services or certain products involves the collection of personal data concerning the customer prospect or user. In these cases, when filling paper forms, electronic, people transmit information about them. These forms always specify:
1.2.2. Collection by means of cookies
The term "cookies" is to be taken in the broad sense: all the tracers deposited and / or read, for example, when consulting a website, reading an email, installing or using a software or mobile application.
The cookies based on a file that can be stored on the user's computer when browsing are intended to simplify browsing sites (automatic authentication, personalization of certain information ...) or customize the advertising appearing when browsing users.
The instructions for setting your browser are given in Appendix 1 of this charter.
In addition, other cookies are deposited by companies outside the company EMB to collect browsing data of users when browsing different sites. EMB works with some of these companies. For more information, users should review the privacy policies of these companies, for example:
In accordance with the legal provisions in force, before depositing or reading a cookie on a user's computer, the company EMB:
The cookies and tracers strictly necessary for the provision of a service expressly requested by the user do not require the prior consent of users. For example, the following tracers do not require user consent:
Any other cookie requires prior information and a request for consent, for example:
In accordance with the recommendations of the CNIL, the collection of consent is done by the appearance of a visible banner on the website which must contain the following information:
1.2.3. Telephone collection
The company EMB performs certain services by telephone and on this occasion can collect personal data. Whenever possible, the telephone contact is confirmed by sending an e-mail allowing the person concerned to keep a written record of the conversation and to exercise his rights at any time.
1.2.4. Indirect collection
In the case of data collection from individuals (B2C), EMB may obtain personal data from third parties and transmit them to partners (see chapter 5). In such a case, the EMB company:
In the case of professional data collection (B2B), EMB may obtain personal data from third parties or from public sources such as company websites or openData data and transmit them to partners (see chapter 5).
For such a hypothesis, the company EMB:
Some of the information collected is "Personal Data", which is data about people who can identify them.
In accordance with the legislation in force, the company EMB has adopted the principle of minimization in the collection and only collects the data strictly necessary for the objective pursued and explained to the natural persons concerned, leaving them any capacity to exercise their rights.
The personal data that may be requested, depending on the nature of the services or products provided, are as follows:
where applicable for certain products and services:
3.1. Use of collected data
EMB may use the personal data it holds in order to:
These personal data will be used by EMB as part of its activities related to the promotion of its own products and services as well as prospecting for third parties. They are used only within the strict limits defined by the legislation in force.
3.2. Terms of sending information
Depending on the contact details that have been collected, EMB and its partners can transmit information by the following means:
3.3. Objectives of the collection
The purpose of the collection is systematically indicated when it is directly carried out by the EMB company and recalled during the data transfer when the collection was carried out by a third party.
The company EMB is likely to use the personal data of a person for the following purposes:
Processing actions are carried out on the data contained in the databases of the company EMB, applying strict control rules, consistent with the state of the art technology and the recommendations of the competent supervisory authority.
4.1. Storage of personal data
EMB takes all necessary precautions to safeguard the security and confidentiality of Personal Data and in particular to prevent it from being distorted, damaged or unauthorized third parties having access to it.
The recommendations of the National Commission Informatique et Liberté are taken into account in the management of security for the entire Group.
4.2. The shelf life of the data and archiving
The shelf life depends on the activity concerned, the nature of the contact (customer or prospect) and the uses of the sector.
The EMB company is likely to transfer the personal data that it collects to various third parties, for example2:
Here is the list of partners with access to the data:
|Adl performance||X||Personal email@example.com|
|Affinicia Data||X||X||Privacy firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Altares - Managéo||X||Personal data
Data management policy
|Companeo - INFOPRO digital||X||Personal email@example.com|
|CreditSafe||X||Transparency notice (GDPR)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|DATAWORK - Cardata||X|
|Editus||X||Personal data protection email@example.com|
|Idaia Group (Cartegie)||X||X||Personal firstname.lastname@example.org|
|InfoLégale||X||Terms of Serviceemail@example.com|
|Invibes Advertising||X||Terms of firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Isoskele (Groupe La Poste)||X||DATA PROTECTION
Data protection policy
|Kompass||X||X||Personal data use email@example.com|
|Market Espace||X||Private firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nomination||X||Protection of personal email@example.com|
|PrismaMedia||X||Data protection firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Publicis ETO - Epsilon||X||Personal Data Protection Policy and Cookies Charteremail@example.com|
|Remail Me - CloudMedia||X||X||Confidentialityfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|The Data Factory||X|
|Vertigo Média||X||X||PRIVACY & POLICYemail@example.com|
5.1. Working arrangements with third parties
In the event that personal data are transmitted to a third party for any reason (for example: a subcontracting service, services performed for a client), the company EMB applies the conditions defined by the legislation in force, particularly the information of the persons concerned of this transfer.
EMB ensures that appropriate contractual stipulations between EMB and the third party guarantee that the latter:
EMB has adapted its organization to meet the requirements of the European Data Protection Regulation and to provide any person with any information on the personal data concerning them collected and on the processing carried out on these data.
6.1 The exercise of the rights of access, opposition, rectification and deletion
Any request related to the exercise of your rights must be sent to the address firstname.lastname@example.org. This request must include a maximum of information so that it can be processed upon receipt within a maximum of two months: for example, individuals must specify the e-mail address requested and for which they send the request to facilitate searches.
6.2 The exercise of the right to be forgotten
Any request for personal data must be sent to the following address: email@example.com.
This request must indicate the reasons for the request. Once the deletion of data has been processed, any request to dereference an article in a search engine must be sent directly to said search engine by the person concerned.
6.3 Data portability
Any request related to the portability of the data must be sent to the DPO of the company EMB which will answer you on the feasibility of such a request.
6.4 Automated processing and profiling
You can request via the following address firstname.lastname@example.org not to be subject to an automated decision, including profiling, the limitation of the processing of data concerning you or to oppose this processing.
6.5 The designation of a Data Protection Officer (DPO) and the use of the supervisory authority
In order to complete this system, EMB has appointed a Data Protection Officer who can be reached at the following address: email@example.com for any question or difficulty concerning the processing of personal data.
Anyone has the possibility to directly contact the National Commission Informatique et Liberté (CNIL).
If the EMB company communicates Personal Data to a third party outside the European Union, measures are taken to ensure that the said data will benefit from the same level of protection as that imposed by the European Union on data protection.
As such, the EMB company will ensure that the processing is carried out in accordance with this charter and that it is framed by the standard contractual clauses of the European Commission which allow to guarantee a sufficient level of protection of the private life and the fundamental rights of persons.
The company EMB is likely to combine information concerning companies with information entrusted by natural persons under the conditions and for the purposes defined in this charter.
The profiling methods used within the company EMB consist in carrying out manual or automated cross-checks between company files and our contact databases of EMB company (name, function, email address ...), from objective criteria (size, sector, computer equipment ... etc).
As part of its recruitment policy, EMB collects and stores personal data on potential candidates.
EMB collects the information needed to find the most suitable profiles for positions to be filled in accordance with the law and the rights and freedoms of individuals. The company EMB is prohibited from transmitting to a third party, the CV with the coordinates of a person, without its agreement.
Candidates wishing to modify or delete their personal data from our databases may at any time send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org in the subject line "personal data".
The candidate must ensure the agreement of the persons given by reference to be contacted by the company EMB.
EMB may have to modify or update this Personal Data Charter. Any update will be posted where deemed appropriate, so that any user will be notified of the date of the last update.
The most important updates can be the subject of an opinion on the website of the company EMB (www.emb-europe.com) at the latest at the time of entry into force of the said amendments.
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1. Recital (47) of Regulation 2016/679: The legitimate interests of a controller (...) may constitute a legal basis for the processing, unless the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject prevail, taking into account the reasonable expectations of the data subjects based on their relationship with the controller. Such a legitimate interest could, for example, exist when there is a relevant and appropriate relationship between the data subject and the controller (...). (...) The processing of personal data for the purpose of prospecting can be considered as being done to fulfill a legitimate interest.
2. Recital (48) of Regulation 2016/679: Data controllers who belong to a group of undertakings or institutions affiliated to a central body may have a legitimate interest in transmitting personal data within the organization. group of companies for internal administrative purposes, including the processing of personal data relating to customers or employees.