Last updated 10/03/2022
Jason Barnard takes care of your personal data and does everything possible to protect it.
This Privacy Notice is written to help you understand how your personal data is collected, stored and used, and what happens to it when you use our website (“website”).
For us, you, as a data subject, can be:
Category of data subject
All persons who use our website
Table of contents
Purpose and scope of this Privacy Notice
The Privacy Notice is a document, practically a statement of us as a data controller to you that describes how we collect, use, retain and disclose personal information.
Who we are
56 Ave du General Michel Bizot, 75012 Paris
[email protected] — for any questions
Personal data we process
The data we process is divided into categories: technical information, data provided to us by the Users and data obtained from third parties.
Pay attention! We do not knowingly process personal data of Users under the age of 16 without consent from a legal representative(s). If you are such a User or the legal representative of the User, please let us know by email: [email protected].
When you visit our website, some data is collected automatically.
Data we collect
Reason for data collection
IP address, UTM parameters, geolocation, device type, browser type, cookies, User-agent, User ID and data about your interaction with the website – session ID.
The smooth operation of the website
Session ID is your interaction with the website, the name of the website from which you came to our website, the features you use, the pages used on our website, how you use our website and the actions you take if any.
Data provided to us by the Users
From our Users we collect only technical data, session ID, cookies, email.
We collect data when
Reasons for processing
You use our website
You agree on cookies
Data collected from third parties
Also, we can collect some data from third parties. The scope of the data collected, the purposes and the legal basis for the processing are determined by the respective privacy documents of these parties:
Link to privacy documents
We use Linkedin for marketing and for communication
We use Twitter for marketing and for communication
We use Youtube for publishing video about us
We use Deezer to publish and listen to our music
We use Apple Podcast for publishing our podcasts
We use Apple Podcast for publishing our podcasts
We use Spotify for publishing our podcasts
We use Blubrry for publishing our podcasts
We use Amazon Music for publishing our podcasts
We use iHeartRadio for publishing our podcasts
We use Stitcher for publishing our podcasts
We use Subcribebyemail to notify you on the release of new podcasts
We use Mailjet for email marketing
We use Google Analytics cookies
We use Facebook for marketing and for communication
We use Instagram for marketing and for communication
We use Muckrack to promote our services
Period of data storage
We store Users’ data during the use of our services and for 2 years afterwards.
We store technical data for up to 2 years.
Please note! Some data contained in documents that are required by law to be stored for a longer period of time (for example, accounting documents).
You can exercise your right to delete your data. In this case, we will delete your data from our servers within 30 days of your request.
Please note! The duration of data storage received from third parties is determined by the relevant privacy documents of such services. Read more about it here.
Information on data transfer
We use your personal data to perform a contract and for communication between the Users and us. We share your personal data in measures that are needed to perform a contract.
Also, we transfer your data on the following grounds:
Consent. We transfer your personal data based on your explicit consent.
Compliance with the law. We will disclose your personal data to third parties to the extent that it is necessary:
- to comply with a government request, court order, or applicable law;
- to protect against claims of third parties;
- to help prevent or investigate fraud.
Legitimate interest or performance of the contract. We transfer your personal data to third parties on the basis of a public offer for processing on our behalf, subject to technical and organisational measures to protect your personal data.
Transfer outside the European Economic Area
The personal data we collect is stored on the Google Cloud servers in Belgium. The data is processed in France by default, but we may need to process your personal data in another country.
If we need a data transfer we will use technical, administrative and physical security measures to protect against the loss and misuse of information under our control. However, if a data transfer is required to perform a contract or to provide you services, we have the right to do so without your consent.
Please note! We do not plan to transfer your data outside the EEA by default.
Your privacy rights
You, as a data subject, have the right to interact with your data directly or through a request to us. This section describes these rights and how you can exercise them:
The right to access
You can request an explanation of the processing of your personal data
The right to portability
You can request all the data that you provided to us, as well as request to transfer data to another controller
The right to restrict processing
You may partially or completely prohibit us from processing your personal data
The right to file complaints
You can file a complaint to the regulatory body
The right to be forgotten
You can send us a request to delete your personal data from our systems unless there is a legal requirement to keep it
The right to withdraw consent
For data that you have previously consented to, you can always withdraw your consent, and we will stop processing it
Please note! We may ask you to verify your identity before responding to a request.
To exercise your rights, write us an email at [email protected]. We will answer you as soon as possible.
If we do not satisfy your request, you can file a complaint to the regulatory body — French Supervisory Authority, the “Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés” (CNIL).
Address: 3 place de Fontenoy, TSA 80175, 75334 Paris Cedex 077 Telephone: 01 53 73 22 22, 01 53 73 22 00.
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This Privacy Notice and the relationships falling under its effect are regulated by the GDPR.
Existing laws and requirements for the processing of personal data are subject to change. In this case, we will publish a new version of the Privacy Notice on our website.
If significant material changes are made that affect your privacy and confidentiality, we will notify you by email or display information on the website and ask for your consent.