1. Identity of the controller
Casky SARL, RC 101243/Marrakech, ICE 002371582000090 Contact details for the personal data protection department (DPDP): firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Collection Methods
The Auditor may collect information about you at different times. When entering your personal information for the creation of your personal account; When you browse the Site using Cookies; When using the Application;
4. Information collected
The information that may be collected is as follows: Surname and first name; Telephone number; Geolocation; History of journeys made and number of kilometers traveled; The brand of your vehicle; Connection data from social networks such as Facebook or Google; Any information that you voluntarily give us; All the information collected is necessary to allow you to use the Application and browse the Site. More specifically with regard to geolocation, the use of the Accident Detection Service absolutely requires that your mobile device be continuously geolocated. Subject to your express and prior consent, Casky may collect location data received from mobile device that you use to operate the Application and in particular to indicate your location to the emergency services and relatives in the event of an accident. Many mobile devices incorporating a GPS mechanism allow users to “opt out” of location activation data sent to Casky or any other party. If you do not wish to tell us your location, please disable the location enable feature on your device or simply update your preferences on the Application to prevent the collection of your location data: however, disabling the geolocation service will prevent you from using the Application. In addition to your personal data,
Casky automatically collects certain information about the hardware and software of your computer or mobile device. This information includes your IP address, mobile device type and model, browser type, device identification, domain names, access times and referring website addresses. This information is used by Casky for the operation of the Services, to maintain the quality of the Services and to provide general statistics.
7. Data recipient
The data and information collected on the User are intended for certain employees of the Auditor, as well as any subcontractors, who are subject to compliance with the same rules on the protection of personal data as the Auditor. The data and information collected on the User are intended for certain employees of the Auditor, for any subcontractors as well as, for certain data mentioned in the special conditions, for the partners with whom personalized offers have been set up for the attention of users. These actors are subject to compliance with the same rules on the protection of personal data as the Auditor.
8. Shelf life
The data is kept by the Auditor for the time necessary for the purposes for which it was collected. It is specified in particular that: for the management of your personal account, the data is kept as long as your account is active then 48 hours after the deletion request or 3 years after the last use of the account by the User; for the management of the subscription to the newsletter, your e-mail is kept as long as you do not express the will to unsubscribe and for 3 years from the last use of the account by the User; for the commercial prospecting operations of third-party partners with your agreement, the data is kept for a period of 3 years from the last contact resulting from your initiative.
9. Right of access, rectification and opposition
You have a right of access, rectification, opposition and deletion concerning your personal data. In general, you can exercise these rights at any time: by email to the address indicated in point 13; directly in your personal space on the Application, for modification. Any request by email must be accompanied by a photocopy of a compliant and valid identity document, and will be processed within a maximum period of 2 months following receipt.
The Auditor undertakes to make his best efforts to protect your personal data, in particular to prevent them from being distorted, damaged or communicated to unauthorized third parties.