Data protection law -The protection of personal privacy
When you register for the www.keepzelink.com website (hereafter referred to as the “website”) or when you consult or send messages, we may gather personal information concerning the user. This information may undergo automated processing. This information is intended only for use by KeepZeLink and will under no circumstances be made available to third parties other than with the user’s consent, (and also via the UneAdressePourlaVie.com website, also operated by KeepZeLink S.A.S). Please consult our General Terms for further information or visit the F.A.Qsection at www.UneAdressePourlaVie.com. Your personal contact details will only be used to keep you better informed and possibly to send you any information you wish to receive. These personal contact details will be stored for the lifetime of your registration and then systematically destroyed by us two years after your consultation or the end of your registration.
In application of law number 78-17 of January 6 1978 concerning information technology, files and personal liberty (the French data protection act) you have a right to oppose, access and rectify any data concerning you. To exercise this right, please contact us by letter, which should be addressed to the KeepZeLink head office, for the attention of the Customer Service Department (Service Clientèle).
One or several cookies will be placed on the hard drives of computers connected to the Website. A “cookie” is a small file issued by a server consulted by the user and recorded on the user’s hard drive. The cookies sent from the keepzelink.com website are not intended to identify the connected persons. They record information concerning navigation on the keepzelink.com website by the computer on which the cookie is stored (the pages viewed, the visit time and dates, etc.).
KeepZeLink agrees that it will only use this information for statistical purposes, in particular in order to estimate the number of visits to the Website. Under no circumstances will the cookies be used to exploit named personal information concerning persons connected to the Website.
Users are required to respect the provisions of the French data protection act, law number 78-17 of January 6 1978. They must not collect, capture, intercept, distort or use any information to which they have access and more generally must not carry out any act likely to adversely affect the privacy or reputation of individuals.