GDPR Compliance about your personal data
Mis à jour le 10/07/2018
Personal data is any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.
The data controller is the natural or legal person responsible for processing personal data that they collect for one or several purposes. They ensure that their processing operations comply with applicable legislation in force.
One or more service, provided by Compilatio
Individual with individual and personal access to one or more services provided by Compilatio
All definitions are on the CNIL website [FR] :
The user is considered to be responsible for the processing of their personal data. As such, Compilatio provides them with interfaces, tools and/or procedures allowing them to view, modify, export or delete all of their data.
As the user of a service, you alone define the purpose for which a Compilatio service processes your personal data. This is why you are solely liable for the consequences that this processing may have, in the event that a third party’s rights and freedoms are not respected.
Performance of a processing operation
As a data processor, Compilatio performs processing operations only upon the user’s explicit and documented request. This documentation is done by using a feature provided in the interface, by writing a support request, by an email from the user, or in a phone call report written by a member of the Compilatio team.
Hosting and processing of personal data
Users’ personal data is hosted on server centers managed by the following companies.
List of data processing and hosting providers used by Compilatio for:
Operation of services
GDPR Compliance :
Location of data centers:
Data centers specifically used: “France”
Transmitting data and documents by electronic means (especially email) for communications with the support desk
Data centers specifically used: “Europe”
About the data centers:
Exchanging data and documents with Compilatio members
GOOGLE – SERVICE G-SUITE
Location of data centers :
ZOHO CORP. – SERVICE ZOHO ONE
GDPR Compliance : [FR] https://www.zoho.eu/fr/gdpr.html
Data centers specifically used: “Europe”
About the data centers: [FR] https://www.zoho.com/general/blog/zoho-data-centers-in-europe.html
Security Policy : [FR] https://www.zoho.eu/security.html
All Compilatio SAS employees who may handle personal data are held to the strictest confidentiality by a binding confidentiality agreement.
Compilatio undertakes not to use or transfer users’ data for any purpose other than for designing, performing, maintaining and improving the company’s services.
Special attention is paid to the following aspects of security
Resilience – remain operational and well-functioning, even if one or more servers fail
Availability – the data is accessible at all times, even if one or more servers fail
Longevity – the ability to recover data that is corrupted or accidentally lost after an incident
Access control – data is only accessible to authorised users and processes
Compilatio SAS implements all known measures to ensure a level of security suitable for the type of data and the risk of violations of the users’ rights and freedoms.
Procedure for exercising the user’s rights
Reminder of the user’s rights regarding personal data
- Access to data
- Correction of data
- Deletion of data
- Exportation of data available in a digital medium, in a “structured” format (ex: .xls, .csv, .xml file)
- Limitation of and opposition to data processing
Using the features offered in the service interface
Sending a request via the form at the following address:
Ownership of personal data
The user retains the intellectual property rights over their personal data. Personal data is deleted at the latest 3 months after the user’s account is deleted.
In the case where an organisation has subscribed to a Compilatio service and makes the service available to its members: after a user account is deleted, the client organisation may only keep the user’s documents if it contractually certifies that it holds the rights to these documents. The client organisation alone shall bear the consequences from any infringement of rights with regard to the documents.