Biolog-id's privacy terms

Article 1 : Collection of personal data

In its contact with Users, the Company is called upon to process personal data from the User for its own use. These data are (i) communicated by the User sending a form available on the Website and (ii) collected later through contacts with the Company.

These data enable Users to obtain information about the Company’s products and services, as well as to apply for jobs with the Company.

Users consent to their data being used as described in these terms and conditions by clicking on the “Send” button when sending the collection form to the Company, or by submitting their application for a job.

The Company will not use personal data for any purpose not described in these terms and conditions without the User’s explicit prior consent.

Article 2 : Types of personal data gathered and processed

The Company may be called upon to collect, store and process the following kinds of personal data:
(i) Personal identification data (e.g. full name, date of birth, address) ;
(ii) Connection data (e.g. IP address, logs)

The company does not possess, nor will it ever collect, data about race or ethnic origin, religious beliefs or political opinions, lifestyles, sexual orientations, or genetic profile.

Article 3 : Why we process personal data

The personal data collected by the Company are used for the following purposes:
(i) To answer User inquiries;
(ii) To process User applications for roles within the Company;
(iii) To carry out sales operations with Users (e.g. providing a quote upon theUser’s request) ;
(iv) For “customer relations”, such as satisfaction surveys or complaints handling;
(v) To provide Users with offers from our partners according to their preferences, subject to the User’s explicit consent;
(vi) For selecting Users to carry out research, surveys, and product testing;
(vii) Canvassing for sales;
(viii) Generating sales statistics ;
(ix) Organizing competitions, raffles, or any other promotional activity;
(x) Processing requests to exercise the rights listed in Article 4, below ;

Article 4 : User's rights

4.1 Access, correction, transfer, erasure, and opposition rights

In accordance with the amended French law of 6 January 1978 on computing, files, and civil liberties (“Law 78-17”) and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on processing personal data and free circulation of data, Users have the right to access, correct, erase their personal data, request their transfer, request the limitation of this processing, oppose it or withdraw their consent.

Users can exercise these rights at any time by writing by email to the Company at the following email: 

Users may, at any time, submit a complaint to the appropriate authorized body.

4.2 Instructions on storage, removal, and sharing of personal data following death of the User

Any User has the right to provide guidelines for the retention, erasure and communication of their personal data after their death.

Any User has the option to appoint or not a third party who has the right to access the personal data shared with the Company.

Any User can appoint this third party by sending an email to, indicating his full name and email address.

If the User does not provide instructions on managing his personal data following his death, the User’s beneficiaries may ask the Company to provide any information that may be useful in the liquidation of assets and managing the estate of the deceased by sending an email to the following address:

Following the death of a User, his beneficiaries may also cease all processing of the personal data of the deceased.

Article 5 : Storing personal data

The User’s personal data submitted with a request for information about the company’s services (e.g. full name, email address) are stored for three (3) years from their date of collection.

The User’s personal data submitted with a job application within the company (e.g. full name, email address, resumé) are stored only for the time needed to process the application, and throughout any resulting employment with the Company.
Audience tracking data are stored for no longer than thirteen (13) months.

In case of dispute, any information, document, and form containing User’s personal data used to establish the facts of the dispute may be stored for the duration of the procedure, even if this exceeds the periods stated above.

Some personal data may be archived for longer than the stated periods for purposes of research or the observation and prosecution of criminal activity, with the sole aim of submitting this data to the legal authorities, as required.

Archiving means that these data are rendered anonymous and can no longer be viewed online. Instead they are exported and stored on a secure, independent device.

Article 6 : Sharing personal data

Personal data of Users collected and processed by the company are strictly confidential.
The Company may temporarily and securely transfer certain personal data ofUsers to third parties, when necessary:
(i) For website operations and maintenance (e.g. Website host)
(ii) To comply with court orders

As such, when the third party in question is located outside the European Union, or in a country without adequate regulations similar to the GDPR, theCompany will define its contractual relationship with the third party by adopting an appropriate contractual clause.

Personal data, and email addresses in particular, are not subject to any rental, sale, exchange or sharing with other service providers if Users have not expressly agreed to receive promotional offers from other companies that may be of interest to them.

Article 7 : Cookies

The Company also uses audience tracking cookies to better understand users’ behavior. Cookies collect data and generate statistics on how the Website is used, without necessarily identifying individual users to the third party that provides the cookie (e.g. Google).

In addition to providing statistics on how the website is used, these audience tracking cookies can also, in combination with certain advertising cookies (installed by websites and/or content accessed by the User), display more relevant online advertising.

All Users can choose to reject cookies by configuring their web browser’s settings:
- Internet Explorer™ :
- Safari™ :
- Chrome™ :
- Firefox™ :
- Opera™ :
- Edge™ :

Article 8 : Using statistics

The Company collects, processes, and stores statistical data on how the Website is used and what Users do.
The usage data, which may be shared with third parties, are anonymous and cannot in anyway identify website users, even indirectly.

Article 9 :

Information – contact form

By completing the contact form for biolog-id (46/48 Avenue du Général Leclerc 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt), you accept that this Company will receive and process your data.
Biolog-id will save the data collected in this way in a digital file. These data are necessary for you to obtain information on the Company’s products and services, to improve service quality of the, and to keep you up-to-date with the latest news.

Personal data collected in this way will only be shared with authorized personnel in biolog-id’s marketing and communications team.

Biolog-id will store (i) personal data relating to a request for information about its products and services for three (3) years following the date of collection and (ii) audience tracking statistics and raw visitor data from the website for up to thirteen (13) months (unless legally obliged to store them for longer).

By writing to biolog-id at, you can access, correct, erase, and transfer your personal data, as well as provide instructions on what to do with your data in the event of your death, request limited processing of your data, oppose such processing, and with draw any consent given. Please contact CNIL [Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés], the French Data Protection Authority, with any complaints.

Article 10 : Information – recruitment form

By completing the contact form for biolog-id (46/48 Avenue du Général Leclerc 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt) - as data controller - your data will be transmitted and processed by the latter to enable him to manage your application to a job within biolog-id. The answers to the data form are mandatory to allow biolog-id to follow up on your application.

We inform you that the data concerning you are computerized and processed in a confidential, fair and lawful manner.
The registered data (name, first names, personal address, telephone number, university training, professional experience, maintenance reports ...) are reserved for the use of persons in charge of recruitment within biolog-id. They may be transferred to its service providers (eg host of the and, on an injunction, to the administrative or judicial authorities.

When the third party concerned is located outside the European Union, or in a country not having adequate regulation within the meaning of Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and to the free circulation of these data (hereinafter the"RGPD"), Biolog-id frames its contractual relationship with this third party by adopting an appropriate contractual mechanism.

Pursuant to Law 78-17 of January 6, 1978 known as "Loi Informatique et Libertés" and the RGPD, you can access your data, rectify, erase, request their portability, set guidelines for their fate after your death, request the limitation of this treatment or oppose it by contacting:
Personal data of the candidates will be kept (i) for a maximum of two (2) years after the last contact with the Biolog-id recruitment department or (ii) during the time of his presence in the company, if the person concerned is hired (except when the law requires Biolog-id to keep them longer).
Please contact CNIL [Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés], the French Data Protection Authority, with any complaints.



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