The request form on siredwards.com is personal data processing managed by Sir Edward's brand.
Purpose of data processing
The purpose of processing is to manage the requests linked to the Sir Edward’s brand.
It allows the Sir Edward’s brand to:
• Receive remarks and reports addressed to the team managing the Sir Edward’s brand
• Manage the follow-up given to the questions received
Article 6 (1) e of the General Data Protection Regulation – GDPR
Categories of data processed
• First name;
The data is transmitted by the visitor of the site siredwards.com who wishes to send a message.
Mandatory nature of data collection
The contact form on the siredwards.com site provides for a mandatory collection of data for the proper consideration of the request.
Automated decision making
The processing does not provide for automated decision making.
Data processing is for people who wish to address a question or flag to the Sir Edward’s brand.
Recipients of the data
Categories of recipients
The recipients of the data are:
• the team managing the Sir Edward’s brand within the La Martiniquaise Group;
• where applicable, the communication agencies under contract with the brand.
Data transfers outside the EU
No transfer of data outside the European Union is carried out.
Data retention period
The data is kept for 5 years from the processing of the request.
The Sir Edward’s brand makes every effort to secure the personal data submitted on Sir Edward’s website.
Your rights on data concerning you
You can access and get copies of data concerning you, oppose the processing of that data, have it rectified or have it erased. You also have a right to limit the processing of your data.
For more information and to understand your rights
Exercise your rights
The Data Protection Officer (DPO) of Sir Edward’s is your contact for any request to exercise your rights.
Contact the DPO by mail
Groupe La Martiniquaise
18 rue de l’entrepôt
94220 Charenton le pont.
Claim (complaint) to the CNIL
If you feel, after contacting us, that your rights to your data are not respected, you can submit a claim (complaint) to the CNIL.