Data protection policy
OGC NICE is committed to data protection. OGC NICE strives to continuously improve its conformity with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as well as Loi n° 78-17 of 6 January 1978 in order to ensure the best level of protection for your personal data.
This document concerns the protection of personal data which OGC NICE collects and processes and does not apply to the processing of data on third-party websites or applications for which OGC NICE is not responsible.
OGC NICE recommends that this document be read carefully and checked regularly for any potential modifications.
Personnal data that we collect
OGC NICE only collects necessary and pertinent data. Whether the data is obligatory or optional is made clear as and when the data is being collected.
We collect and process the following data, in particular: first name, family name, address, email address, password, telephone number, date of birth, IP address, order history.
Some data is collected automatically due to the actions you take on the website; other information can be transmitted by partners.
We collect the data that you provide us when:
– You sign up for our newsletter.
– You navigate on our website.
– You contact our services.
– You answer a survey.
– You view our advertisements.
Data relating to minors
Data concerning minors must be subject to special protection.
Consequently, OGC NICE makes it clear that it does not process data specifically relating to minors below the age of 16.
It is the responsibility of parents and any persons exercising parental authority to decide whether their minor is authorised to use the OGC NICE website.
We use tracking technology, and notably cookies, in order to adapt our advertisements to your needs and interests on our websites and those of our partners.
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Use of your data
The data that you communicate to us is necessary in order to process your orders, and the management of your client account, in order to process your purchases, to allow you to access the stadium, to deliver your orders, to respond to your requests for information or to enable the sending of our marketing material and our newsletter.
Furthermore, this data allows us to get to know you better and respond to the needs you have expressed to us, and equally to guarantee the exercise of your rights.
Data relating to you allows us to improve and personalise the services that we offer you and the communications which we send to you.
We collect certain navigation data in order to allow us to ensure the security of our services and equally to enable the identification and correction of bugs that can occur on our websites in order to ensure the proper functioning of the same.
The data collected on our website is exclusively intended for OGC NICE.
Some of the data collected can be communicated to our partners for marketing purposes.
OGC NICE guarantees that it will only use your personal data and share it with partners if you have provided prior and express consent, in line with the purposes indicated.
The treatment of your personal data is justified on different grounds (legal basis) depending on the use we make of the personal data.
Data is deleted after a legally determined period of time. The period of conservation does not exceed the period of time required for the purposes for which the data is processed.
If data relating to you is processed outside of the European Union, we take the necessary steps with our service providers in order to guarantee the adequate protection of your data and in full conformity with the regulations in force.
In accordance with the personal data protection regulations, you can exercise your rights (relating to access, correction, deletion, objection, limitation and data portability) by writing to us at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by post to OGC NICE, Service données personnelles, 19 boulevard Jean Luciano, CS 53020 – 06201 NICE Cedex 3, indicating your first name, family name, email address, date and place of birth.
In accordance with the prevailing regulations, your request must be signed and accompanied by a photocopy of an identity document bearing your signature and the address where the response should be sent. This will be addressed to you within a maximum timeframe of one month following receipt of the request.
You can, if you so wish, and in accordance with the regulations, make a complaint to the CNIL via the procedures outlined on its website (www.cnil.fr).