Protecting your privacy is important to us. We therefore believe it is essential to inform you about how we collect, store, use and process the personal data and information you provide to us through this website (the Site). As a general rule, we collect your personal data only through the contact form and when visiting the Site (see Cookies section).
This Policy covers “personal data and information” that we collect through this Site. “Personal data and information” is the data that identifies you personally, taken individually or in combination with other information available to us.
We strive to be as clear as possible. However, if you are not familiar with, for example, the terms “cookies,” “IP addresses,” “pixel tags” or “navigators,” find out about these terms beforehand.
What personal information and data do we collect?
Personal information includes all that allows us to identify you.
We may ask you to provide us with your names, phone details, email, location as well as certain information about your company and your function or any other information you may give us from your on our own initiative via our contact form.
This information can be stored in our administrative and contact databases depending on the work we have done or are doing with you, or because you wish to receive documentation relating to our society and our services on our part. This allows us to effectively manage our relationship with you, to improve our Site. Our databases are hosted by OVH in France.
In addition to the above-mentioned personal data, the Site automatically records login information provided by the browser used by the visitor to access the site (Internet Explorer, etc.). This information includes data about the visitor’s IP address, the pages of the site viewed from that address, and the last website visited by the visitor before the address. As European jurisdictions consider IP addresses to be personal information, we inform you that none of this navigation data is used by Plantin for direct or indirect identification of the visitor who visits the Site. . Navigation data is used in anonymized ways to identify potential Internet server problems, to administer the Site, and to collect general demographic data to make the Site more useful and attractive to our visitors. The retention of this data is only effective the time it will take to visit the Site.
A cookie is a small file of data that websites install on the visitor’s hard drive when they visit a site. A Cookies file contains information that can be used to recognize a visitor every time they return to a site. The data is encrypted for throes security.
We use “cookies” to measure the level of activity on the Site, traffic on the Site and to collect information to continuously improve site visit, and support certain features. For example, we can use these technologies to gather information about how visitors use the Site – what pages they visit, what links they use, and how long they stay on each page;
In general, the information we collect using these cookies does not identify you directly. If you don’t want to receive cookies, you can set up your browser so that it rejects cookies or notifies you when cookies are placed on your computer. You can also delete our cookies as soon as you leave a Site.
How do we use the data we collect?
In general, we use the personal information we collect through our website:
To improve the content, functionality and usability of our Site;
To improve our products and services;
To improve our marketing and promotion activities
To answer any questions you may have about the dosage/compatibility of our products with your crops
In addition, it should be noted that personal data and navigation data collected on the Site can be used, if necessary, by PLANTIN security personnel to protect us from a threat or other security risk, and such data may be passed on, if necessary, to the appropriate authorities.
Who do we share the collected data with?
We provide personal information to our internal services and, as needed, to companies and organizations that provide services on our behalf, for example, companies that provide us with support services (such as data storage, web hosting or maintenance services – see for this our terms and conditions of use of the Site). These third-party companies are contractually obliged to use the personal data we provide to them for the sole purpose of providing services on our behalf and have a contractual obligation to take action commercially. to protect the privacy and security of your personal data.
Before using your personal data for direct marketing purposes (or allowing our affiliates to do so), we will give you the option to choose whether your data can be used for this purpose. No direct marketing will be carried out without your prior consent. If at any time you wish to be removed from our direct marketing mailing lists, please send your request via our contact form or to firstname.lastname@example.org. To do this, please include your full name, address and email address so that we can find you in our mailing lists. Once we have the necessary information, we will remove you from our mailing lists (see paragraph “What are your rights?” “What actions should we take?” of this policy).
Children/adolescents and privacy
Our Site is not aimed at children (non-emancipated minors) nor does it target them. We do not knowingly collect information transmitted by or about minors or less without the consent of a parent or legal guardian.
If you are a minor, do not give us any personal information. If we learn that a minor has provided personally identifying data through our Site, we will use reasonable ways to erase this information from our databases.
What are your rights?
We reserve the right to make changes to this Policy at any time. Any changes will be published in this Policy. We encourage you to review this Policy regularly to make sure you are aware of any changes and how your personal data may be used.
You can exercise your right of objection and your rights to access your data about you at any time and have it corrected, erased, limited or worn via our contact form or by contacting: email@example.com
What does that mean?
Information (Article 13 and 14 of the EU Regulation 2016/679): when the data is collected, we must inform you as to the purposes of the treatment or the rights you have. This was reminded of you before completing the form on the website but also via this notice.
Right of Access (Eu Regulation 15 2016/679): You have the right to obtain confirmation that the data collected is processed or not, and if so, access to this data as well as certain information such as those mentioned above.
Right to rectify (Article 16 of the Regulations (EU) 2016/679): you have the right to obtain, as soon as possible, that the inaccurate data is corrected, and that the incomplete data is completed.
Right to be erased (Article 17 of the Regulations (EU) 2016/679): you have the right to obtain, as soon as possible, the erasure of this data, when you have withdrawn your consent to processing, when you object to it, when the data is no longer necessary for the purposes of the processing, when it has been illegally processed, or when it must be deleted under a legal obligation, except in certain specific cases that we will tell you if necessary. If we have made this data public, we will be required to inform other processors who treat it that this data and any reproductions of it must be erased.
Right to limit treatment (Article 18 of the Regulations (EU) 2016/679): You have the right to obtain treatment limitation when you object to it, when you question the accuracy of the data, when its processing is illegal, or when you need it for the recognition, exercise or defence of your rights in court.
Right to portability (Article 20 of the Regulations (EU) 2016/679): Where the processing is based on consent, or on a contract, and is carried out using automated processes, you have the right to receive the data in a commonly structured, used, machine-readable and interoperable format, and to pass it on to another processing manager without us being able to obstruct it.
Right of Objection (Eu Regulation 21 2016/679): You may object at any time, for legitimate reasons, to being included in a file. In the case of exploration, including commercial profiling, this right can be exercised without having to justify any reason.
Automated decision-making (Eu Regulation 22 2016/679): You have the right not to be the subject of a decision based exclusively on automated processing, including profiling, producing legal effects affecting you or affecting you, except (i) where such a decision is necessary to conclude or execute a contract, (ii) is legally authorized, (iii) or is based on consent.
What actions should we take if you exercise one or more of your rights?
In the case of an exercise of one of the above mentioned rights, a response from us will be sent to you within one month of receipt of this request. Given the complexity and number of applications, this period may be increased to two months, in such a case you will be informed of the extension and the reasons for the postponement within one month of receiving your application. For each request, please provide your full name, address and email address so we can find you in our files.
When this request is made electronically, the answer will be communicated to you in the same format unless you ask for another one. We invite you to file a request at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to protect your data, we inform you that in the event of a reasonable doubt on our part as to your identity sui, we reserve the right to request additional information necessary to confirm your identity and this beforehand to any implementation of one of the rights you would have liked to implement.
No payment may be required from us for the exercise of one or more of these rights. However, in the event of a clearly unfounded or excessive claim, we will be entitled to request payment of the administrative costs corresponding to these applications or to refuse them.
In the absence of a response from us, you will be informed within one month of receiving your request of the reasons for our inaction. You will then have the opportunity to lodge an appeal with the National Commission for Information Technology and Freedoms located in PARIS CEDEX 07 (75334), 3 Place de Fontenoy – TSA 80715 and/or file a legal appeal.
How long does it take to store personal data?
We periodically destroy Personal Data if there is no longer any basis for its use or disclosure under the terms of this Policy. Unless you request special request, your data will be kept for one year when we do not have a direct business relationship with you and three years in other cases.
How do we protect personal data?
We take all necessary precautions to preserve the security and confidentiality of the personal data you have provided to us, including preventing it from being distorted, damaged, or accessed by unauthorized third parties.
In this regard, we undertake not to access or use the data for any purpose other than for the purposes of executing the purposes that have been communicated to you. We also set up, directly or via our service providers, (a) identity and access checks via an authentication system as well as a password policy, (b) user and administrator authentication processes, as well as measures to protect administrative functions, (c) processes and devices to track all actions taken on the information system, and to carry out in accordance with current regulations, reporting actions in the event of an incident impacting your data.
Links to other websites
If you live outside France, please consider the following information.
PLANTIN is a French company based in Courthézon (84) in France. We use Internet servers and store data in France, as well as in any other country recognized by the European Commission as having a sufficient level of protection for personal data. We may transfer your personal data to our service providers in France or other countries for the purposes described in this Policy. Each country has its own privacy laws and requirements, and some countries offer less legal protection than others for your personal data. Please note, however, that wherever your personal data is collected, used, transferred or stored, if it has been collected through this Site, it will be protected by the terms of this Policy. By using this site, you consent to the collection, use and transfer of your personal data within or to France or any other country in the world with equivalent security guarantees.
This Policy is governed by French law without taking into account its conflict of law provisions.
Questions about our privacy practices
For questions about this Statement or our privacy practices, please email our contact form.