« Denga Digital Limited is a company incorporated under the laws of Ireland with a share capital of ten (10) Euros, registered with the Registrar of Companies of Ireland under number 13480703, having its registered office at VENTURE HOUSE, 2 ARLINGTON SQUARE DOWNSHIRE WAY 2 ARLINGTON SQUARE BRACKNELL ENGLAND RG12 1WA ("PDF-PRO", or "we") ».
In operating the pdf-pro.io site, Denga Digital Ltd is required to process data collected during navigation on the site. Denga Digital Ltd is committed to respecting the law and taking the necessary measures to respect the privacy of users and to protect the data collected.
This section is intended to provide the user with the necessary information to understand how data is collected, processed, used and stored. Rights for which the law 78-17 of 6.01.78 on the legislation of the sector of "Data processing and liberties" provides measures and provisions.
The collection and processing of personal data occurs several times throughout the customer journey on pdf-pro.io. Thus, the user's personal data will be collected and processed during registration, payment, navigation and more generally throughout the actions carried out on pdf-pro.io. PDF-PRO may collect personal data from the user only with prior consent. Here are examples of the types of data collected:
PDF-PRO collects the personal data of its users for:
It is possible that this personal data is potentially used only or simultaneously by the customer service of pdf-pro.io as well as certain subcontractors and business partners. PDF-PRO may authorize the consultation of this personal data only during a judicial investigation approved by a police or administrative requisition. The policy of retention period for collected and archived data is expressed in proportion to the duration of the subscription to the service.
As included in the law of January 6, 1978, any user has the right to access the file of personal data collected concerning him and can thus request their rectification. Legitimately, each user has the right to object to the processing of personal data and to object for the purposes of commercial use and prospecting. Users also have the right to rectify, delete, block in the event of inaccuracy of the data. These rights also apply to incomplete or outdated personal data. Any request to exercise a right of rectification must be addressed to [email protected] and accompanied by an identity document signed in copy.