In accordance with European and national legislative and regulatory provisions, particularly resulting from Regulation 2016/679/EU of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, amended French data protection law 78-17 of 6 January 1978 and its application texts as well as any other applicable regulation in that respect which is added to or replaces it (hereinafter “Data Protection Regulation”), Authors’ personal data is collected, for the purposes of the Author’s registration as such and is required by TextMaster, as data controller, in order to put Clients and Authors in contact. Registration Author cannot be completed if this compulsory data is not provided. The Author’s personal data shall only be retained for the duration of the contractual relationship, for promotional purposes, for a maximum period of three years following the end of the commercial relationship, except in the event of a legal archiving obligation or for evidential purposes or accounting obligations, for a period not exceeding the applicable statutory limitation periods.
The files are provided to TextMaster as well as any subcontractors employed by TextMaster for technical or logistical reasons.
Data may be transferred outside the European Union, particularly in the framework of our translation, localisation and interpretation activities or any other service provided. In that case, TextMaster shall put in place means to ensure the security and confidentiality of that data and that the transfer complies with the law, it being stipulated that if the recipient countries do not provide an equivalent level of data protection to that in the European Union, TextMaster undertakes to obtain all appropriate guarantees, either based on an adequacy decision or, in the absence of such a decision, based on appropriate guarantees concluded by sending a copy of binding internal regulations, standard contractual clauses adopted, the code of conduct or the certification mechanism duly approved by the competent authority.
In accordance with the Data Protection Regulation, the Author has the right to access, rectify, limit, delete and, where relevant, request the transfer of its personal data, as well as a right to object, potentially subject to legitimate and compelling reasons, to the processing of such data. Authors may also prepare instructions concerning how their personal data should be handled after their death. These rights may be exercised in their personal space on the website www.fr.textmaster.com by logging in using their email address and password entered at the time of registration. Finally, Authors have the right to submit a complaint to a supervisory authority.
Insofar as they are responsible for their own processing, Authors undertake to comply with their obligations resulting from the Data Protection Regulation.