Personal data usage
Personal data usage Service provision – we use the information collected to process and answer your job applications and, more generally, to share information about our services.
Legal matters – we use the information that we collect to satisfy all necessary legal obligations, to protect COD4IS or others against fraud or illicit activity.
Statistics – we use the information that we collect to assemble statistics and usage data about our website.
Access to your personal data
COD4IS recognizes that users have the right to access personal information/data concerning them which we conserve. If you wish to access, or correct, amend or delete your inexact data, please send a request to COD4IS at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org. For a request to delete personal data we commit to responding within a reasonable timeframe. We have the right to request and receive verification of your identity to respond to your request.
Information that we collect
We collect the personal data and other information concerning you when you consult our website. Personal data is information which can serve to identify you or information concerning you. Other information which we collect are details which are not for the purpose of identifying you.
Information we share
We can communicate the collected information to our partner companies, third party consultants, and service providers. We can occasionally call on enterprises or external persons to accomplish certain activities in your name. These third parties will have access uniquely to the personal data which they need to fulfill their functions. They will use this personal data uniquely in conformity with our instructions and the applicable law, and will not be authorized to use it to ends other than what has been agreed to with us.
We have in place adapted security measures in order to secure the servers on which your data is stored and protect against unauthorized access and use. Unfortunately, it is impossible to guarantee the total security and transmission of data on the internet. Despite maximum efforts to maintain the security of data transmitted from and toward our server, we cannot guarantee the complete security of internet transmissions, there will always be a risk of unauthorized access to information that you transmit to us.
Definition of cookies – a ‘cookie’ is a small text file stored by your browser on the hard drive of your computer.
Google analytics – we may use Google Analytics and/or other analytics programs to track your online behavior and obtain a global level of statistical information.
This website may equally contain content belonging to third parties, for example a map which shows where events are located, proposed by a third-party mapping service. This supplemental, third-party content made available to you can contain third party cookies. By consequence we have suggested to verify the websites of all third parties and be aware of their privacy policies for more information on their cookies and how they are managed.
You must have the possibility of accepting or refusing cookies. Most browsers automatically accept cookies. This being said, you must be able to modify the settings of your browser and refuse all cookies if this is your preference. You must also be able to configure your web navigation tool in such a way that the acceptance or refusal of cookies is always proposed to you. Please note that the refusal of cookies may detract from performance and have a negative impact on your experience, even preventing you from using the website.
COD4IS will do all in its power for the website to be accessible 24h/7. However, test, control and maintenance operations as well as eventual responses to breakdown may be executed by COD4IS at any moment. Consequently, COD4IS reserves the right to close or render inaccessible all or part of the website notably for reasons of maintenance or at the demand of any legal authority or in case of force majeur.
COD4IS does not give any guarantee of compatibility with all information systems or usages.
COD4IS declines all responsibility for any interruption or unavailability of the site for any reason, including but not limited to technical problems, equipment failure or network communication, virus harming users equipment.