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Protecting Your personal information and respecting your choices are MUNIC's priority.
1. General Information
2. Data collection
Upon Your prior consent, Munic collects personal data that concerns You (collectively the “Data”) necessary for Mobiles Devices to (i) perform its obligations with You (e.g. to deliver the Products and/or Services you have purchased on the Site or within the Products); (ii) provide You with Services You have asked for (e.g. to send You the Newsletter) and (iii) comply with legal requirements (e.g. invoicing). Such collection is described hereunder.
Please note that if You do not provide the Data, this may affect the purchase of Products and the delivery of Services that Munic can provide.
Such data is collected in order for Munic:
2.2. Creation of an account on the Site and Purchases. When You purchase Products on the Site, You need to create an account on the Site for Munic to process Your purchase request. This will require Munic to collect Data about You which include Your first name and surname, Your email address; Your postal address; Your phone number; Your personal description or preferences; Your transaction information including purchased Products; Your payment and information; and/or Your Purchase history.
Such Data is collected in order for Munic to:
2.3. Subscription to the Newsletter. When subscribing to the Newsletter, Munic will collect Your Data which shall include Your first name and surname and Your email address. Such Data is collected in order for Munic to:
2.4. Subscription to the Services. When subscribing to the Services within the Products and/or the Site, Munic will collect Your Data which shall include Your first name and surname, Your email address, Your VIN, Your grey card, Your GPS localization and Your bank details. Such Data is collected in order for Munic to:
3. Third party websites and/or application
4. Data transfer
4.2. Trusted Partners. MUNIC also may share the Data with trusted partners notably as follows :
4.3. Legal disclosures. MUNIC may disclose the Data, without notice, only if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on MUNIC; (b) protect and defend the rights and/or property of MUNIC; (c) act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of MUNIC and/or or the public and (d) as necessary to perform the Services requested by You.
5. Security and storage of the Data
MUNIC secures the Data from unauthorized access, use and/or disclosure by unauthorized third parties and ensures that will take all appropriate measures to limit the risk that it may be lost, damaged or misused.
Data is stored on secured third party servers in the European Union. The Data is kept only as long as necessary for the purposes set out above according to criteria which include the purpose for which Munic holds the Data, its legal and regulatory obligations (e.g. financial reporting obligations), active/inactive accounts, specific requests. Upon termination of such purposes, Data is anonymized and kept only for statistical and evidence purposes and shall not be used for any other reason. Once such period is expired, the Data is destroyed.
6. Your rights
You are entitled to access, rectify, object to a processing, correct, and/or ask for the portability or deletion of Your Data, and/or restriction of use, deactivation of cookies and withdrawal of Your consent for a Data processing at any time.
You can exercise such rights by doing so via Your personal settings and account information and/or by sending an e-mail to MUNIC’s data protection officer (email@example.com), or by sending a letter to the following address: MUNIC 39 Avenue de Paris, 94800 Villejuif, France.
Please note that such exercise of rights might be limited for the purpose of the provision of the Services and/or in order for Munic to ensure its compliancy to applicable laws regarding book keeping and evidence recording for example. Munic will inform You if the case maybe.
You have the right to contact the data protection authority of your country in order to lodge a complaint against our data protection and privacy practices.