Privacy Policy

Effective : Novembre, 15 2021

Protecting and securing your data is at the heart of Voteer's missions and services.

The Data Protection Policy applies to all Users and is an integral part of the Terms of Service.

For each ballot, Voteer is the Sub-processors and the Customer is the Data Controller.

Article 1. Data collected

Voteer is required to collect and process personal data, in particular:

  • data relating to the User (name organization, complete address, first name, last name, email, mobile) ;
  • voter identification data (first name, last name, email, mobile, voting weight,) ;
  • connection and tracking data (identification code, IP, browser) ;
  • data related to interactions (votes, publications, questions and answers) ;

Article 2. Legal basis and purposes

The purpose of data processing is the need to execute the contract with the Customer.

The processing complies with legal and regulatory obligations.

Article 3. Recipients of the data

In order to accomplish the aforementioned purposes, Voteer may share your personal data only with:

  • voteer in its capacity as publisher of the Services;
  • customer representatives: organizers, polling station members, experts, ... according to the rights defined ;
  • the infrastructure services: email and sms routing, networks, servers, database and storage

Article 4. International transfer

No transfer of data outside the European Union is made.

Article 5. Sub-processors / Subsequent Sub-processors of Voteer

Voteer uses third-party solutions for marketing, statistical and functional purposes. All of our service providers comply with the applicable data protection regulations in accordance with the data protection agreements we have signed with them.

Article 6. Retention Period

Voteer shall retain data only for as long as is necessary for the stated purposes and to meet regulatory obligations. Accordingly, unless there are special time limits, the data may be retained for the maximum period of limitation.

Article 7. Users' rights regarding their data

In accordance with the regulations, the Users whose personal data are collected may exercise the following rights:

  • Right to access: the User may obtain information concerning the processing, as well as a copy of such data ;
  • Right to rectify: if User believes that his data is inaccurate or incomplete, he may request that such data be amended accordingly ;
  • Right to erasure: the User may request the deletion of his data, within the limits of what is permitted by the regulations ;
  • Right to limitation of processing: in certain circumstances, the User may request the limitation of the processing of his/her data;
  • Right to withdraw your consent: if the User has given consent for the processing of his/her Data, he/she may withdraw this consent at any time;
  • Right to portability: where this right is applicable, the User may request the communication of the Data provided; or, where technically possible, the transfer of the same to a third party.
  • Right to object: the User may object, for reasons relating to your particular situation, to the processing of your Data. For example, you have the right to object to commercial prospecting ;

These rights can be exercised by writing to Voteer's Data Protection Officer: Voteer - Attention Data Protection Officer, 17, rue Emile Landrin 92100 Boulogne - France.

If, after contacting Voteer, the User believes that his or her rights regarding the Data have not been respected, he or she may submit a complaint to the CNIL.

Article 8. Data Security

Voteer has taken the necessary technical and organisational measures to ensure the security, integrity, availability and confidentiality of personal data, in particular to protect against loss, theft, accidental destruction, alteration or unauthorised access.

Article 9. Cookie

Voteer uses cookies to improve the experience and security of the Services.

Article 10. Updating of the Policy

This policy may be modified and updated periodically to reflect changes in practice, or in accordance with legislative or regulatory developments. We invite you to refer to it regularly on our website.