Legal basis and personal data processing
When sending us a request via the contact form or a spontaneous application, you expressly provide consent for the processing of your private data in order to respond to your inquiry.
This consent constitutes the legal basis for data processing (article 6.1a of the EU General Data Protection Regulation)
You have the right at any time to withdraw your consent to the use of your personal data. In this case, the contact form or spontaneous application will be interrupted and not processed further.
Personal data that can be collected
VOLTAIRE AVOCATS can collect the following personal data if you fill out the contact form or the spontaneous application form and consent to their treatment :
- Full name;
- Mailing address;
- Email address;
- Company that you work for;
- Telephone number;
Any other personal information you may share voluntarily.
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Data retention period
The personal data collected as part of the contact form or spontaneous application will be kept for a maximum of one year from the collection.
Right of access to personal data
As part of the use of the contact form or spontaneous application, you have a right to access, rectify, delete, limit or oppose the processing of your personal data.
As a result, you have the right :
Access your personal data, in particular to check their accuracy and completeness;
- To request a correction of your data;
- Oppose or request a limitation on the processing of your data;
- To request a deletion of your data;
- To receive your personal data in a standard and structured format.
To assert these rights, you can send your request to the following email address : contact(a)voltaire-legal.com.
Right of complaint
If you feel, after contacting us, that your computer and freedom rights are not respected, you can submit a complaint online to the CNIL or by post.