Privacy Policy

ARTICLE 1 - Definitions

ARTICLE 2 - Scope of application

The purpose of this privacy policy (hereafter referred to as the "Policy") is to inform the Persons Concerned how their personal data are collected and processed by Kwit.

ARTICLE 3 – Identity of the Data Controller

Personal data are collected by Kwit, a company with equity capital of € 1054,50, registered at the Strasbourg Register of Commerce and Companies under the number 819 528 597 and with its registered office at 31 Rue du Fossé des Treize F-67000 Strasbourg, represented by Mr Geoffrey KRETZ, the company chairman.

ARTICLE 4 - Processing of personal data

Kwit may collect personal information about you, as part of its platform operations.

These data are processed in accordance with the purposes for which the data are collected, being:

Should the data be used for any other purposes, Kwit undertakes to obtain the prior consent of the Persons Concerned before the data are processed.

The form through which data are collected will indicate with a star which of those data are optional and which are mandatory. Persons Concerned will be informed of the possible consequences of any failure to give the information requested.

Kwit shall, in any event, undertake to process the collected data in compliance with the French law no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, amended August 6, 2004.

ARTICLE 5 - Rights of Persons Concerned

Persons Concerned are entitled to access, rectify and oppose the processing of their personal data, except when such processing is a legal requirement. These rights can be exercised, in compliance with law no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, amended August 6, 2004 by providing proof of identity and legitimate grounds and sending an email to the following address: support@kwit.fr.

ARTICLE 6 - Anonymization

All collected data are stored a format allowing for the identification of the Persons Concerned for a period commensurate with fulfilling the purposes for which the data are collected and processed. Kwit will anonymize the data as soon as processing has been completed or the user's account has been closed, unless otherwise stipulated by the law or existing regulations.

ARTICLE 7 – Transfer of personal data

Personal data collected through the platforms are reserved exclusively for Kwit, who may communicate the personal data of the Persons Concerned in order to provide support, perform satisfaction surveys and carry out statistical studies. Any communication of personal data is performed in compliance with the rules of anonymization set out in article 6 "Anonymization".

Kwit also reserves the right to transmit personal data of the Persons Concerned in order to meet legal requirements, especially when required to do so by a judicial authority.

Kwit hereby informs you that your data may be transferred outside the European Union. Should this be the case, Kwit undertakes not to transfer such data out of the European Union without the prior written consent of the customer and on condition that the Recipient country offers a suitable or sufficient level of protection, in line with article 68 of French law no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, amended August 6, 2004.

ARTICLE 8 - Login information

Users are informed that Kwit, pursuant to articles II and II of French law no.2004-575 of June 21, 2004 for supporting confidence in the digital economy, will store and transmit their login information for the sole purpose of allowing the judicial authority to identify those persons who have contributed to the creation of online content on the platforms, and also to national law-enforcement agencies and those involved in counter terrorism.

ARTICLE 9 - Security

Pursuant to articles 34 and 35 of French law no.78-17 of January 6, 1978 amended August 6, 2004, Kwit takes all the necessary technical and organizational steps required to ensure the security and confidentiality of all personal data collected and processed and to prevent the said data being distorted, damaged or communicated to unauthorized third parties, by maintaining a level of security commensurate with the risks relating to the processing and type of data requiring protection, in line with the technological level and the cost of implementation.

ARTICLE 10 - Applicable law and settlement of disputes

This Privacy Policy is subject to French law.

If any provision of this Privacy Policy is held invalid or declared as such through the application of a law or regulation or following a ruling handed down by a competent court, the remaining provisions will remain in force.

Should any disputes arise in connection with the interpretation or the performance of this Privacy Policy, the parties will try to reach an amicable conclusion and will agree to go through arbitration before undertaking legal proceedings. Should no agreement be found, any dispute arising from the interpretation or performance of this Privacy Policy will be referred to the courts of Strasbourg (France).