Privacy Notice

Privacy Notice

Privacy Notice

Jason Barnard

Last updated: 12 August 2023


Jason Barnard (“us” or “we”) welcomes you. This Privacy Notice (“Privacy Notice”) applies to our website, available following the link (“Website”).

The Privacy Notice describes how your personal data is collected, stored, used and what happens when you use the Website.


About us

About you

Personal data

Sources of data

Lawful bases for processing

Visitors’ data

Data received from third parties

Data sharing with third parties

Data transfer outside the European Economic Area

Data protection

Data subjects rights

European Economic Area residents


Privacy Notice updates

About us


Jason Barnard


56 Ave du General Michel Bizot, 75012, Paris


[email protected] – for privacy inquiries.

About you

When you visit our Website, you become our user (“User”). We divide our Users into categories so you can easily find details about the processing of your personal data.

Type of User



User, who visits our Website.

Please note! We do not knowingly process the personal data of Users under the age of 16. If you are such a User or the legal representative of such a User, please, contact us.

Personal data

Sources of data

We receive your data when you visit our Website and interact with it, depending on your actions on the Website.

We may also (although we do not necessarily do so) receive data from third parties. It depends on your settings and the features you use.

Lawful bases for processing

To process your personal data, we rely on the following lawful bases:

  • performance of the contract — for the processing related to the negotiating on, conclusion, and performance of a contract with you;
  • consent — for additional specific purposes.

Visitors’ data

When you use our Website as the Visitor, we collect some data automatically. We need technical data to operate, support, and improve the Website’s functionality.

Type of data


Reasons for processing

Lawful basis

Necessary technical data.

Information about your visits and use of the Website, including the source of the links, the time and duration of the visit, and navigation.

The smooth operation of the Website.

Performance of the contract.

Necessary cookies.

Information that is necessary for the operation of the Website.

Improving your experience of using the Website.

Performance of the contract.

Marketing cookies.

Marketing information used to match relevant advertising to you.



Preference cookies.

Information necessary for operating some services on the Website.

The operation of some services on the Website.


Statistics cookies.

Information that helps us to understand how you interact with the Website by collecting and reporting information.

Improvement of the Website and analysis of the statistic for other purposes.


Data storage

Necessary technical data.

Stored during the use of the Website and for 2 years from the last visit.


Stored during the expiry period provided in our Cookie Policy.

Data received from third parties

We may receive some personal data from third parties.

The amount of data collected, the purposes, and the lawful basis for processing is determined by the respective privacy documents of these third parties.

Third parties


Link to privacy documents


We use Linkedin for marketing and for communication

LinkedIn Privacy Policy


We use Twitter for marketing and for communication

Twitter Privacy Policy


We use Youtube for publishing video about us

YouTube Privacy Controls


We use Deezer to publish and listen to our music

Privacy Policy

Apple Podcast

We use Apple Podcast for publishing our podcasts


Google Podcast

We use Apple Podcast for publishing our podcasts

Privacy & Terms


We use Spotify for publishing our podcasts

Spotify Privacy Policy


We use Blubrry for publishing our podcasts

Privacy Policy

Amazon Music

We use Amazon Music for publishing our podcasts

Privacy Notice


We use iHeartRadio for publishing our podcasts

Privacy Policy


We use Stitcher for publishing our podcasts

Stitcher Privacy Policy


We use Subcribebyemail to notify you on the release of new podcasts

Privacy Policy


We use Mailjet for email marketing

Security & Privacy

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics cookies

Safeguarding your data


We use Facebook for marketing and for communication

Privacy Policy


We use Instagram for marketing and for communication

Data Policy


We use Muckrack to promote our services

Privacy Policy

Please note! We use a large number of third parties to provide services to you, and this list may change periodically. If you want to see the full list, please write to us at [email protected]. We guarantee that we take all necessary measures to protect your data.

Data sharing with third parties

We can share your personal data with third parties without any harm to you and in full compliance with applicable law. In addition, we have implemented organisational and technical measures to ensure the security of personal data during data transfer to third-party.

Third parties


Analytics tools.

We use analytics tools to understand and promote our business.


We use messengers to communicate with you in ways that are convenient for you.

Contractors, providers of the services on Website.

We cooperate with contractors to provide their services on our Website, develop and improve the features and functionality of our Website, fulfil your support requests, ect.

Providers of the services our team use.

We use CRM systems, messengers, and other services in our organisation to provide you with our services.

State authorities, courts, law enforcement agencies, ect.

We may be obliged to transfer some of your data to tax authorities, courts, law enforcement agencies, and other governmental bodies:

  • to comply with a government request, court order, or applicable law;
  • to prevent unlawful use of our Website;
  • to protect against claims of third parties;
  • to help prevent or investigate fraud.

To get a detailed list of the third-party recipients of your personal data, contact us.

To share your data, we rely on the following legal bases, depending on the case: consent, compliance with the law, and performance of a contract.

Data transfer outside the European Economic Area

The personal data we collect is stored on servers in Belgium. The data is stored in France by default, but we may need to process your personal data in another country.

If there is no adequate decision by the European Commission regarding the country we transfer data to, we use adopted Standard Contractual Clauses based on legislation assessments for data protection during transfer and storage.

If there is an adequate decision by the European Commission regarding the country we transfer data to, we can transfer personal data to that third country without any further safeguard being necessary.

You can read more detailed measures to protect your personal data here.

Data protection

We apply a variety of security measures appropriate to the risks.

Organisational measures

Staff training

Internal policies and instructions

Non-disclosure agreements (NDA)

Transfer protection

Physical measures

Video monitoring


Limited access to premises

Round the clock security

Technical measures

Two-factor authentication



Encryption technologies

Data subjects rights

European Economic Area residents

You, as a data subject, have the right to interact with its data directly or through a request to us. This section describes these rights and how you can exercise them:

The right


Right to access.

You can request an explanation of the processing of your personal data.

Right to rectification.

You can change the data if it is inaccurate or incomplete.

Right to erasure.

You can send us a request to delete your personal data from our systems. We will remove them unless otherwise provided by law.

Right to restrict the processing.

You may partially or completely prohibit us from processing your personal data.

Right to data portability.

You can request all the data you provided to us and request to transfer data to another controller.

Right to object.

You may object to the processing of your personal data.

Right to withdraw consent.

You can withdraw your consent at any time.

Right to file a complaint.

If your request was not satisfied, you could file a complaint to the regulatory body.

To exercise your rights, contact us. If your request was not satisfied, you can submit a complaint to your local Data Protection Authority. You may find it here.

UK residents enjoy the same rights but may lodge a complaint at the other Authority in the UK – Information Commissioner’s Office.

You can contact them at 0303 123 1113 or go online at


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Privacy Notice updates

The Privacy Notice and the relationships falling under its effect are regulated by General Data Protection Regulation.

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 we make any material changes to the Privacy Notice or the Website that affect your data privacy rights, we will notify you by displaying information on the Website. If you continue using the Website after the changes come into effect, it shall be deemed that you have agreed to and accepted the updated Privacy Notice.