RGPD information notice for visitors to the mediastonepartners.com website

From the mediastonepartners.com website, Mediastone Partners, as the controller, may collect and process information that identifies you (e.g., your name, personal information, IP address).

This information is hereinafter referred to as "Personal Data" or "Data".
The protection of Data is essential to build a relationship of trust.
To this end, Mediastone Partners constantly monitors compliance with the legal rules on the protection of personal data and intends to ensure responsible governance of its computer files as well as the greatest transparency on the processing of Data that it operates.
Mediastone Partners has appointed a Data Protection Officer (or DPO). He ensures that the processing of Personal Data by Mediastone Partners complies with the applicable regulations.
This notice explains why Mediastone Partners may collect your Information, how your Information will be used and protected, how long it will be kept, and what rights you have.

1. Who are the people whose Data is collected?

Visitors to the mediastonepartners.com website.

2. What Data does Mediastone Partners use and where does it come from?

Only identification, contact and login Data will be collected by Mediastone Partners as part of the services offered on the mediastonepartners.com site.
In addition, all Data collected will be provided by the Users of the Site.

3. For what purposes and on what basis is your Data collected and used?

Contact form

By filling out our contact form, you consent to Mediastone Partners collecting and processing your Data in order to identify you and respond to your request.

Subscription to Mediastone Partners alerts (emails)

By subscribing to our alerts, you agree to receive information related to Mediastone Partners by email. You may unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the link provided in each of our communications.

Cookies and other tracers

Cookies or other tracers are understood to be tracers that are deposited and read, for example, when a website is consulted, when an e-mail is read, or when software or a mobile application is installed or used.

During your visits to one of Mediastone Partners' sites, cookies and tracers may be installed on your equipment (computers, smartphones, digital tablets, etc.).

The cookies policy implemented by Mediastone Partners can be consulted in the Cookies section of its legal notice or in the footer of the page.

4. Who has access to your Data?

Mediastone Partners takes all necessary measures to ensure the security of the Data it has collected as well as its confidentiality, i.e. to ensure that only authorized persons have access to it.

Only persons authorized by virtue of their activities within the competent departments of Mediastone Partners, in charge of the corresponding processing, have access to your Data within the limits of their authorization.

Similarly, companies in the BPCE group (subsidiaries and branches), our service providers and partners may have access to your Data as required and in a secure manner in the context of the performance of their services or our collaboration.

Your Data will also be disclosed to certain authorities in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.

5. How long will your Data be kept?

Data related to the contact form: maximum 1 year.

6. What are your rights to your Data?

Within the limits and conditions authorized by the regulations in force, you may:

  • Access all your Data,
  • Rectify, update and delete your Data, subject to legitimate reasons,
  • You may object to the processing of your Data for legitimate reasons and to the processing of your Data for prospecting purposes without any reason,
  • Request the portability of your Data, for processing based on your consent or on the performance of a contract concluded or to be concluded,
  • Request a limitation of the processing we do with your Data,
  • Withdraw your consent at any time (for any processing subject to your consent),
  • File a complaint with a competent supervisory authority, i.e. the one of the country of the European Economic Area in which you usually reside, or where you work, or where the alleged violation of the regulations was committed(in France, the CNIL: www.cnil.fr).

In addition, you may provide us with instructions regarding the retention, deletion, and disclosure of your Data after your death, which instructions may also be registered with a "certified digital trustworthy third party. These instructions, or a sort of "digital will", may designate a person to carry out the instructions; if not, your heirs will be designated.

7. How to exercise your rights?

To exercise your rights, please contact our Data Protection Officer by e-mail or post, indicating your name, surname, contact details and providing a copy of your identity card.

Data Protection Officer
Postal address: Natixis - BP 4 - 75060 Paris Cedex 02 France

Email: dpo@natixis.com