ip-label is a company in the form of a French “société par actions simplifiée” (SAS) with capital of 549,728 euros. ip-label SAS is recorded in the Nanterre Register of Commerce and Companies (“RCS”) under the number B 327 139 309.
90 boulevard National
92250 La Garenne-Colombes
Tel: 01 77 49 53 00
Fax: 01 49 64 03 80
E -mail : email@example.com
Editor: Éric Varszegi
When this policy says “ip-label” (“us,” “we”, or “our”), it is referring to ip-label SAS, the company which owns this website. Our corporate culture is mindful of your rights to user privacy and data protection. We never sell, rent or otherwise distribute or make public your personal information, nor do we allow any transformation of personal data or correlation of the personal data contained in separate files. Your consent is requested every time we ask you to submit personal information.
We strive to comply with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) of the European Union (Regulation EU 2016/679) in addition to those of the French Act n° 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Information Technology, Data Files and Civil Liberties, as amended.
ip-label is committed to protecting the confidentiality of the data that we collect or receive. The processing of personal data performed by ip-label has been declared (declaration no. 736705) to the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (“CNIL”), the French supervisory authority for data protection.
Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés
3 place de Fontenoy, 75007 Paris, France
Tel. (+33) 220.127.116.11.22
Fax (+33) 18.104.22.168.00
1. Data Controller
2. What personal data we collect and how we collect it (including cookies)
3. Why we collect personal information
4. Your right to access your personal data, correct it, or have it erased
5. Personal information storage and security
6. Data breaches
7. Data Protection Officer
Under the GDPR referred to in the Introduction, a data controller “determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data”. In other words, the controller decides why and how personal data is used.
ip-label SAS is the data controller of all ip-label websites (“www.ip-label.com” and its versions in French, Chinese, Dutch, German, Spanish, Finnish, and Swedish, as well as “tools.ip-label.io”).
What personal information is collected and how
Various types of information are collected via our website (service data, usage data, personal data, etc.). Personal data is subject to data protection legislation, which requires us to inform you of what personal data we collect and how we collect it.
Below is a list of the ways personal data may be collected via our public website. For each one, we explain your options and/or how you can request access to your information to check it, correct it, or have it deleted.
Contact forms, blog, and email links: You may request information, downloads, or otherwise communicate with ip-label by filling in forms or following e-mail links. Your consent is required on all forms. Among the information you may be asked to provide are your name, e-mail address, job title, phone number, and company name.
We use various tools to manage information, including marketing automation tools and a webinar platform, which process contact forms and blog entries on our website, track site visitation, manage our emailings, and handle webinar registration.
Emails: To opt out of our emailing list, simply use the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any communication that we email to you.
Blog: If you want us to delete your blog comment and its associated personal data, please email our Data Protection Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying the email address that you commented with.
YOUR OPTIONS: You can prevent your data from being used by Google Analytics on websites by installing the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on here. Also read about your options in the section on Cookies below.
Social Media: Our websites include social media features (for example, Facebook, Google or Twitter “share” buttons). These features may collect your IP address, which page you are visiting on our site, and may set a cookie to enable the feature to function properly. Such services may also authenticate your identity.
What are cookies? When you visit a website, the website sends information to your browser. The browser turns the information into a text file called a cookie. Cookie files are stored in browser directories, and allow the website to recognize you and make your next visit faster and more useful to you. Cookies come from the website itself, as well as from elements – including third-party features – contained in the pages of the website. You can learn more about cookies from AllAboutCookies: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/ .
What kinds of cookies does ip-label use, and for what purposes?
We request your consent to place cookie files in your web browser to enable certain website features (functionalities), to analyze site usage (analytics), or to make subsequent visits smoother through personalization (preferences).
YOUR OPTIONS: Our website displays a consent notice which allows you to decide what kind of cookies you wish to accept (opt in) or refuse (opt out).
Why we collect personal information
At ip-label, we use personal data which is gathered via our public website(s) to communicate with you and improve our communications. Here are some examples of how we use your data:
Accessing, correcting, or deleting your personal data
Visitors to our public website have the right to review and rectify any personal information collected, and to have any or all of it deleted from our databases (this is your “right to be forgotten” under the GDPR referred to in the Introduction).
Please contact our Data Protection Officer at email@example.com if you need help reviewing your personal information, and we will respond within a reasonable time.
Personal information storage and security
We apply generally accepted standards to protect the personal information submitted to or collected by ip-label, both during transmission and after we receive it. All data is stored on secure servers, and strict precautions are taken to preserve data against destruction, loss, corruption, unauthorized access, and unlawful processing or disclosure.
Our Data Protection Officer keeps a register of all of our data files and where and how they are stored. Please contact our Data Protection Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to know more about the security of your personal information, and we will respond within a reasonable time.
We will report without undue delay any unlawful data breach of any ip-label database to any and all relevant persons and to the supervisory authority, when possible within 72 hours after we become aware of the breach, if it is apparent that personal data stored in an identifiable manner has been stolen.
Data Protection Officer
Visitors to our public website have the right to review and rectify any personal information collected, and to have any or all of it deleted from our databases (this is your “right to be forgotten” under the GDPR referred to in the Introduction). To do so, please contact our Data Protection Officer at the address below:
Data Protection Officer
90 boulevard National
92250 La Garenne-Colombes Cedex
e-mails may be addressed to: email@example.com
ip-label Benchmarking policy
While ip-label is committed to ensuring the confidentiality of any data gathered in the context of any particular service agreement, a website could nevertheless be subject to additional monitoring under the terms of another contract.
The metrics used for our benchmarks are the result of monitoring which is conducted separately from any agreement signed with any third party. Monitoring for the purpose of benchmarking applies exclusively to contracts performed by ip-label.
Our benchmark information can be freely distributed provided that ip-label is acknowledged as the source (e.g. “source: ip-label”), and the duration and period of the measurements are cited. The websites that appear in our benchmarks are chosen on the basis of their communications and their internet strategy.
The purpose of our benchmarks is to reflect the QoS of third-party websites as seen from the ip-label metrology network. We therefore refer to brands exclusively in the spirit of providing public information, and all care is taken to avoid any prejudice to those named. Any website which does not wish to feature in our benchmarks can stop the monitoring by contacting ip-label.
ip-label Website Intellectual Property Notice
The contents of this website are covered by intellectual property rights and may not be copied, reproduced, re-published, downloaded or modified in any way whatsoever without written consent from ip-label.