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Personal data policy

Who collects your data?

The company ADLPartner, in its capacity as Data Controller.

For more information: see article 1


Why do we process your data?

Your personal data will be used for :

  • to send commercial offers from the group’s companies;
  • send the latest news;
  • register and process your requests for information or complaints;
  • download a white paper;
  • send you documentation;
  • to manage our business relationship if you enter into a contract with a group company;
  • carry out analyses, studies and statistics.

More information: see article 4


With whom do we share your data?

If we collect your data, we will share your personal data internally with the various departments of the company and externally with service providers. Your data may also be shared with companies within the group, namely Converteo, Activis, ADLP Assurances, AWE, Grand Mercredi/Intelligence Senior, Reech, ADLP Hispania and Leoo, depending on your needs and/or requests.

More information: see article 5


What are your rights?

In particular, you have the right to access, rectify and delete your data, but also, in certain cases, the right to object (including for canvassing purposes) or limit the processing of your data and the right to portability of your data.

More information: see article 7


To find out more, we advise you to read the full privacy policy below which details all your rights and the uses of the data processed by our company.


Personal data

  1. Who collects your personal data?
  2. When is your data collected?
  3. What data is collected?
  4. What is your personal data used for?
  5. Who are the recipients of your personal data?
  6. How long is your data kept?
  7. What are your rights to your data?
  8. How can you exercise your rights?
  9. Is your data secure?
  10. Our Data Protection Officer
  11. Who collects your personal data?


1. Who collects your personal data?

The data collected on our Site are processed by or on behalf of ADLPartner, publisher of the said Site, in its capacity as Data Controller, a public limited company registered in the Compiègne Trade and Companies Register under no. 393 376 801, whose registered office is at 3 avenue de Chartres 60500 Chantilly


2. When is my data collected?

We collect your data on a number of occasions, including when :

  • You subscribe to our newsletter;
  • You wish to receive a White Paper;
  • You send a message in the “Contact” or “Contact Us” section of the Site;
  • You contact customer service;
  • You contract with one of the group’s companies;
  • During professional events;

You submit an unsolicited application on the Site or you apply for a position with ADLPartner or one of its subsidiaries.

The fields marked with an asterisk are mandatory. If they are not filled in, your request cannot be taken into account.

3. What data is collected?

Data that you enter on the Site: your title (Mr. or Mrs.), your last name, first name, postal and e-mail addresses, telephone number, the name of your company and possibly your position.
On the collection forms, only the boxes identified by an asterisk must be filled in. Otherwise, your request cannot be taken into account.

Data that you enter when you leave a message in the “Contact us” or “Contact” section or possibly to the telephonist when you call Customer Services: your title (Mr. or Mrs.), your last name, first name, e-mail address, your telephone number.


4. What is your personal data used for?

4.1. Your personal data is necessary for :

  • to send commercial offers from companies in the group;
  • to record and process your requests for information or complaints;
  • send you documentation;
  • download a white paper;
  • send you the latest news;
  • to manage our commercial relations if you conclude a contract with a company of the group;
  • carry out analyses, studies and statistics.

4.2. We use your data either on the basis of :

On the execution of a contract: contract with a group company,
You have given us your consent: to send the newsletter, to download a white paper, to send you documentation or to process your requests for information or complaints (we send you information that you request).

On our legitimate interest for example, to improve the Site, to make statistics and marketing analysis, to send you commercial offers… Of course, you can decide not to or no longer to receive offers by writing to us (see also 7. What are my rights on my data?).

To use this legal basis, we must ensure that our legitimate interest does not deprive you of a right or freedom.

In business-to-business (BtoB) relationships, as long as commercial solicitations are sent to a business email address and these solicitations are related to the profession of the person in question, no consent is required. However, you may object to this (see Article 7).

On a legal obligation: retention of data in intermediate archives at the end of the announced retention periods.


5. Who are the recipients of your personal data?

ADLPartner’s authorised departments for the purposes mentioned above; your data is only accessible to staff members who need to know it in the course of their duties,

when you make a request on the site intended for one of our subsidiaries, we transmit your data to the subsidiary concerned, i.e. Converteo, Activis, ADLP Assurances, ADLP Hispania, AWE, Grand Mercredi/Intelligence Senior, Reech and Leoo, our partners if you have expressly agreed to receive their offers by e-mail. They may be companies from any sector of activity and, in particular, from the automobile, leisure, consumer goods, education, telecommunications and charity sectors,

our service providers, also known as subcontractors, to help us work. These service providers help us, for example, to host data. To work with us, they undertake to act only under our instructions and only on our behalf to ensure the confidentiality and security of your data.

Authorised administrative or judicial authorities (e.g. judges, police departments, etc.) or supervisory authorities (e.g. CNIL) for reasons of national security, control or the fight against fraud.
We do not intend to sell or rent your data because you have entrusted them to us and you trust us.


6. How long do you keep my data?

Retention periods may vary depending on the purpose:

If you have entered data on the Site as part of a request, your data will be retained for three (3) years from the date of the last contact from you.

At the end of these three years, we may contact you again to see if you wish to continue to receive commercial solicitations from us. If so, the data will be deleted or anonymised and you will no longer receive any solicitations from us.

If you have requested to receive our newsletter: Your personal data will be stored until you request to unsubscribe.

If you have exercised your right of access to your data and have provided us with a copy of your identity document, we will be able to keep it for a period of 1 year from the date of its receipt by our services.

If you have exercised your right to object, we may keep your data in order not to bother you again with commercial offers.

At the end of all these periods and in the majority of cases, we will be able to keep your data, in intermediate archives, until the expiry of both the legal prescription periods and those provided for by the various conservation obligations imposed by the regulations.


7. What are my rights to my data?

You have the following rights at all times:

Right of access: to know what data we have on you

Right of rectification: to ask to modify your data in case of error (e.g.: error in the spelling of your email address…) or change (of email address…)

Right of deletion: to request the deletion of your data for one of the following reasons:

– Your data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected

– You exercise your right to object to the processing of your data

– Your data is being processed unlawfully

– Your data must be deleted to comply with a legal obligation.

Right to restriction: to request that the processing of your data be restricted, for example if you contest the accuracy of your data or if you believe that the processing is unlawful.

Right to portability: to request the transfer of your data to another controller.

Right to make a complaint: Complaints relating to the collection or processing of your personal data may be addressed to the DPO whose contact details are given below. In the event of a persistent disagreement concerning your data, you may refer the matter to the CNIL (3 place de Fontenoy 75007 Paris,
– 01 53 73 22 22).

What happens to your data after your death – You can finally decide, right now, what happens to your personal data after your death… a bit like a digital will. You can give your instructions on their retention, deletion and communication, and you can also designate a person to be responsible for their execution.
When these directives are general and concern the data of a deceased person, they can be entrusted to a trusted third party certified by the CNIL. In the case of specific directives, they can also be entrusted to us as the Data Controller. You are free to modify or revoke them at any time, on simple request.

If you do not give instructions during your lifetime, your heirs will be able to exercise certain rights after your death.


Right to object to the processing of your data, including for commercial prospecting purposes… i.e. you have the right to :

– to object to our processing of your data for a specific purpose. In this case, you must put forward “reasons relating to your particular situation”;

– to object to our processing of your data for commercial purposes (in other words: you do not wish to receive or no longer wish to receive commercial offers from us and/or the publishers). In this case, you do not need to give a reason.

Indeed, you have the freedom of choice. You are free to accept or refuse, at any time, to receive our offers or those of our partners.


How does it work?

If you have taken out a magazine subscription, then you are implicitly authorising us to receive our offers, until you decide otherwise!

If you do not wish to receive our offers, we invite you to :

– specify your request in the “Contact” section;

– write to ADLPartner – DPO – 3 rue Henri Rol Tanguy 93100 Montreuil or
or to the partner who sent you an offer;

– click on the “Unsubscribe” or “I unsubscribe” link at the bottom of the emails you receive.


To better understand your rights, consult the
CNIL website at


8. How to exercise your rights?

If you wish to exercise any of these rights, you may :

– write to ADLPartner – DPO – 3 rue Henri Rol-Tanguy 93100 Montreuil,

– send a message via the “Contact” or “Contact us” section or to

All requests must specify the address to which the reply should be sent, it being specified that we will reply within one (1) month of receiving the request.

In certain cases, we reserve the right to ask you for identification or any other useful information.


9. Is my data secure?

We take all necessary technical and organisational security measures to protect, as far as possible, your personal data from loss, damage, misuse, alteration or disclosure to unauthorised third parties. The data transfers we make are secure.

When we work with service providers, we require contractual commitments at least equivalent to our own in terms of protection, confidentiality and security of personal data.

In the worst case scenario… which has never happened to us (and we do our utmost to ensure that it never does): if a security breach occurs that poses a significant risk to your data, we undertake to inform you of this, just as we will inform the CNIL, which is the guarantor of companies’ compliance with regulations on personal data.


10. Our Data Protection Officer

You can contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO) if you have any questions about your personal data or if you wish to exercise your rights in this respect by writing to ADLPartner – DPO Dekuple – 3 rue Henri Rol Tanguy 93100 Montreuil or to


If, despite all the care we have tried to take with this section, you still have questions, send us a short message by contacting our DPO and we will try to lift the veil on what may still seem obscure to you.

See you soon!


Last update : September 2021


A final word before we leave you… Our personal data policy may change, in particular to take account of new applicable regulations. It is therefore essential that you consult this section regularly for any changes. However, please note that its content is not intended to change substantially in a way that would diminish your rights and the protection of your personal data. If this were to be the case, we would inform you and, if necessary, ask for your consent.