For all data collected and stored from the website charlottelardeyret.com, Charlotte LARDEYRET is commited to complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) adopted by the European Parliament on 14th April 2016 and with the Data Protection Act of 6th January 1978 modified in 2004.
Data protection officer
The DPO (Data Protection Officer) is Charlotte LARDEYRET, PDLG architect, publication manager of charlottelardeyret.com.
Personal data collected
When you request information on charlottelardeyret.com, the personal data collected are the following : surname, firstname, email address.
Charlotte LARDEYRET, PDLG architect, will only use your personal data in order to send you informations or to provide services that you have requested.
Data storage and security
The data is stored for 3 years after our last exchange.
Delete, modify, recover and transfer your personal data
You have the right to access, modify and delete any personal data pertaining to you.
For any information or to exercice your rights regarding your personal data on charlottelardeyret.com, contact the publication manager, Charlotte LARDEYRET, PDLG architect :
- by e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
- by post with a copy of an identity card at the following address:
Charlotte Lardeyret, architech DPLG
4 rue de Courty
Charlotte Lardeyret, architect DPLG, is committed to replying quickly to your request to access, modify or object to any data or to provide any other further information.
In case of data breach or data leakage, Charlotte LARDEYRET, PDLG architect, will inform those concerned and the CNIL (the French Data Protection Authority) within 72 hours.
Your personal data will never be sold
The data collected on the website is not in any case sold to third parties. Your personal data will not be sold, exchanged, transferred ou given to any company for any reason, without your consent.
Your data may be disclosed in case of disputes or demands from public or governmental bodies, for national security, for legilation enforcement or for any serious issue of public importance.
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