PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION CHARTER
> Article 1 – Definitions
> Article 2 – Personal data collection
> Article 3 – IP Addresses and cookies
> Article 4 – Data storage and processing
> Article 5 – Use of the personal data collected
> Article 6 – Your rights to gain access to and correct data
> Article 7 – Child protection
> Article 8 – Changes to the present charter
LUDOFACTORY, the company that develops LUDOKADO, undertakes to ensure, as part of its activities and in accordance with prevailing legislation in France and Europe, the protection, confidentiality and security of the personal data of the users of its services and to respect their privacy. The present Personal Data Protection Charter sets out the principles for processing the personal data that LUDOKADO collects from you and that you provide to LUDOKADO on the registration page or that you choose to provide to our commercial partners.
We recommend that you to read this Personal Data Protection Charter carefully so that you understand how LUDOKADO handles your personal data.
By using this application and/or availing of the services offered by LUDOKADO you acknowledge that you have been made aware of the provisions of the present Personal Data Protection Charter (hereafter referred to as the "Charter") and authorise us to collect, utilise and transfer your personal data and user data in accordance with the provisions set out herein. If you do not accept the terms of the Charter, you can decide to refrain from using the application and should not communicate any personal data via the application. The Charter forms part of the General Term of Use of the LUDOKADO application. It is governed by French law and must be interpreted according to these laws. You agree that any legal dispute pursuant to the use of the site shall be adjudicated upon by LYON courts.
Article 1 - Definitions
"Consent": means the user's agreement to allow his or her email address to be added to a file to receive electronic messages or emails from LUDOKADO and/or its partners. Consent is indicated by clicking on a button saying "I accept" or an equivalent statement, or by ticking an unticked box or through a similar legal instrument on the registration page or information collection page.
"Personal data": data of any sort that makes it possible to directly or indirectly identify individuals concerned by it, whether processed by a person or a corporate body.
"Opt in": "opt-in" data refers to any data that may be used by the body that collected it to send promotional or commercial messages to the person concerned.
Article 2 – Personal data collection
LUDOKADO's activities make it necessary to pass on certain personalised information. The procedures for collecting and processing your personal data must uphold certain basic rights in a spirit of faithfulness and transparency. The collected information includes your name, legal denomination, title, address, telephone and/or telecopy number or electronic address or other similar information that you can transmit when sending your comments, asking questions or requesting information about LUDOKADO or after registering for the application or completing your user profile. This request for information is entirely optional and you are free to refuse to provide it; however, if you choose not to provide it, LUDOKADO will not be able to reply to your request nor receive or process your registration on the site or your user profile.
Your personal data is gathered :
When your register on the application site or on our games sites;
When contact is made between us or you have cause to communicate with us;
When you use paid-for services or are invoiced for such services;
When you openly agree to take part in advertising actions or subscribe to the Newsletter.
In the event of any dispute, LUDOKADO shall also, in order to manage and ensure the proper running of its website, forum and games, gather the following non-personal data :
IP address with time stamp;
Cookies, local Flash data;
The type of browser, operating system and destination URL that led you to our application, the date, time and history of your use of our services.
LUDOKADO undertakes to :
Collect, handle and keep your personal data with the sole intention of carrying out established, legitimate and relevant end-uses for which you have given your consent;
Retain your personal data for a duration set strictly according to the end-use and the nature of our processing of it;
Safeguard the confidentiality of your data by only authorising its disclosure to the parties who process it or, to the extent permitted or required by law, to comply with a legal, regulatory or judicial obligation or any other demand from a state authority to detect, avert or deal with fraudulent activities, attempts to breach security, any problems of a technical nature or any imminent threat to the rights, property or security of LUDOKADO, its users or the public;
Uphold your right to be informed by answering your questions on how your data is handled and respecting your rights to gain access to, correct, delete or object to data concerning you;
Keep you informed of any technical steps taken to make your personal data secure.
Article 3 – IP Addresses and cookies
The LUDOKADO web server automatically collects the IP addresses of users of the application and information relating to their use (in addition to other information such as the type of browser and operating system used). LUDOKADO can also track a user's activity in order to measure the general running of the application and to analyse and improve it and disclose cumulative statistics on user numbers.
Cookies by themselves cannot reveal a user's identity. If you do not want LUDOKADO to have access to cookies, in accordance with Law 78-17 of 6 January 1978 regarding computers and freedom, especially Article 32, you can use your browser settings to disable them. However, be aware that cookies may be needed for LUDOKADO to function properly. In the event of the participant refusing to accept cookies, LUDOKADO cannot guarantee the smooth running of the functionalities of its service.
Article 4 – Data storage and processing
Your data is handled confidentially and is not passed on to any third party without your consent. It should be noted that it is possible that in particular cases we may be legally obliged to communicate your data to authorities responsible for carrying out investigations. Any transfer or communication of your data will be carried out according to prevailing legislation.
Personal data collected through the site may also be transferred to and stored in a country located outside the European Economic Area (EEA) for purposes of data storage and site operation and maintenance. These countries may not provide the same level of data protection as enshrined in the laws of your country. The transfer of data to countries that do not provide a similar level of protection to your local law is covered by standard contractual clauses signed between LUDOFACTORY and the recipients of the data located in these countries. LUDOFACTORY will take all reasonable steps to check that your data is handled in complete security and in keeping with the present Personal Data Protection Charter. Unfortunately, sending data by internet is not completely secure. Although LUDOFACTORY takes all reasonable precautions to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee the security of data sent on the site and you send such data at your own risk. Once your data is received, LUDOFACTORY will use stringent procedures and security devices to try to prevent any unauthorised access.
Article 5 – Use of the personal data collected
It is also necessary to use your data for communication purposes in order to offer you the quality of help and support service that you expect. Subject to your agreement, we use your data to keep you regularly informed of new products and features, events and special actions, all exclusively by email.
In all cases LUDOKADO only uses the personal information that you provided for the purposes for which you provided it. LUDOKADO collects data when you open an account on LUDOKADO and when you use certain products and services. LUDOKADO can also get personal data concerning you from commercial partners, who must give us a guarantee that they are authorised to pass it on.
LUDOKADO may offer participants or site visitors the opportunity to take part in loyalty schemes, marketing programmes or other activities on the site or another programme. In such cases, LUDOKADO shall not be responsible for the actions or activities of these third parties and advises visitors to carefully make themselves aware of the terms and conditions of these sites. LUDOKADO can also use personal information in order to send third parties (such as marketing service providers) general information such as user base and habits; however, LUDOKADO will neither sell nor disclose any of the personal information that you provided to a third party other than related or associated companies or authorised representatives or consultants acting on behalf of LUDOFACTORY and committed to preserving confidentiality.
Furthermore, LUDOFACTORY can share transfer personal data in order to comply with laws or legal obligations, apply or exercise legally recognised rights or copyright, defend itself in legal proceedings or in the event of a merger, takeover, reorganisation or similar occurrence.
Article 6 – Your rights to gain access to and correct data
You have the right to object to LUDOFACTORY using your personal data for commercial purposes. You can exercise this right by ticking certain boxes on the form that we use to collect your data. You can also exercise this right by contacting LUDOFACTORY at any time (see our contact details below).
LUDOKADO can, at any time, display links to or from websites from associate networks, advertisers, or related companies. If you follow a link to such a site, please note that it will have it own personal data protection charter and that we shall not bear any responsibility relating to it. Please check these personal data protection charters before sending any personal data on these sites.
In accordance with Law 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on computers, files and freedom and European Directive 95/46 of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data, participants registered on the site have the right to object to, access and correct data concerning them (if the request for deletion relates to information that is needed to ensure the proper functioning of the participant's account, the account must be deleted).
As a result, any participant registered on LUDOKADO has the right to demand that data concerning him or her be corrected, completed, updated or deleted; this right can be exercised directly online on our Site or by writing to the following postal address :
LUDOFACTORY – LUDOKADO
79 Rue François Mermet
69160 TASSIN (France)
Any request for access may incur a fee limited to the costs of communicating to you the details of the information that we have about you.
Article 7 – Child protection
LUDOKADO users below the age of eighteen (18) are not allowed to send personal data or use public discussion forums without the consent of their parents or guardian.
Article 8 – Changes to the present charter
LUDOFACTORY can update the present Personal Data Protection Charter at any time. LUDOFACTORY will inform you of any significant changes relating to the processing of your personal information by displaying a notice on LUDOKADO. LUDOFACTORY recommends that you regularly consult the present Personal data Protection Charter.
Any change made to the present charter will take effect as soon as notice of it has been served by any means such as a message posted on the application's home page, an email or letter. However, any change relating to the purposes for which your personal data is collected, used or communicated can only be implemented with your prior consent and only to the extent permitted by law.
Any use of LUDOKADO after these changes shall be considered as acceptance of these changes, except in the case of changes relating to the purposes for which your personal data is collected, used or communicated. If you do not wish to be bound by the amended charter, you must stop using the application immediately.