This website is edited by Open Digital Education,
A French simplified joint-stock company with capital of €51,849.65.
TCR Nanterre 528 784 325
Headquarters: 20 rue Henri Regnault, 92 150 SURESNES, FRANCE
Tel: +33 (0)1 82 63 51 51
The company OVH hosts the website's servers
The ONE website is hosted in Roubaix, France:
Headquarters: 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France
The use of the copyrighted content included in this website is prohibited. In particular, downloading the website or using its texts or images is not permitted without authorization. However, some of the website's articles are covered by a Creative Commons License, as indicated by the logo:
You may reproduce, distribute, and share the content of these articles as long as you cite the source (the website), do not use it for commercial purposes, and do not edit or change it. If you have any questions about using the website's content, please contact us at email@example.com.
The photographs and illustrations included on the website were created by Open Digital Education. They are protected by copyright law.
While the company Open Digital Education does everything in its power to provide you with available and verified tools and information, it cannot be held liable for errors or a lack of available information due to technical reasons and/or the presence of a virus on the website.
The information provided on the website is for informational purposes only.
When you visit our website, opendigitaleducation.com, cookies are stored on your computer, mobile phone, or tablet.
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DEFINITION OF A COOKIE
A cookie is a piece of data stored on your computer when you visit a website or view an advertisement. It is designed to collect information regarding your navigation habits and provide you with services that are adapted to your terminal (computer, mobile phone, or tablet). Cookies are managed by your web browser.
CONFIGURING YOUR WEB BROWSER
CONTROLLING OR PREVENTING WEB BROWSERS FROM STORING COOKIES
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For more information about cookies:
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In accordance with the French Law on Information Technology and Liberties and the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR), you have the right to access, correct, and delete personal information that concerns you. You may exercise this right by writing us an email or filling out the form provided below.
Your requests will be processed within 30 days. Your request must be accompanied by a copy of your ID or proof of authority. These documents must be mailed to the following address: Open Digital Education – 20 rue Henri Regnault, 92150 SURESNES, FRANCE.
The purpose of this policy is to inform you about the ways in which your personal data is collected, processed, and used and about your rights over your personal data with respect to the relevant provisions on the topic, especially the latest version of French law 78-17 of January 6, 1978 regarding information technology, files, and liberties, called the “Information Technology and Liberties” law, and the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), which came into force on May 25, 2018.
The data gathered on this website concern the forms and the following information:
Contact Form: first name, last name, and email. On a voluntary basis, we also collect the user’s telephone number, school, and class.
Discovery Class Enrollment Form: first name, last name, telephone number, email, country, zip code, class name, level of education, and number of students.
In compliance with the French “Information Technology and Liberties” law no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, modified by French law no. 2004-801 of August 6, 2004, and in accordance with Article 32 of the aforementioned law, the personal data that is collected will be processed for the sole purpose of allowing the processing manager, in this case the website manager, i.e. the president of Open Digital Education, who is also the sole recipient of these data, to respond to users in the most appropriate manner, and will never be used for non-specified purposes or transmitted to partners. Aside from the information that is specifically requested, no other personal data is collected without your knowledge.
As the processing manager, we respect privacy and protect the personal data of our website’s users.
The collected data are not kept for more than one year starting from the date of collection or last time of contact with the prospect.
The concept of Personal Data refers to any information regarding an identified or identifiable natural person. A person is “identifiable” when they can be identified, either directly or indirectly, especially in reference to one or several factors specific to that person.
“Non-Personal Data” correspond to information that cannot be used to identify someone.
The processing manager for your personal data is: the President of Open Digital Education. Some technical services (hosting) are entrusted to our technical service providers. In compliance with Article 28 of the GDPR, this service provider is bound by a strict confidentiality clause that prohibits any use of these data not stipulated in the servicing agreement and requires the service provider to implement technical and organizational measures that meet the requirements regarding personal data security and protection.
We strive to take reasonable technical measures to prevent loss or unintended use while collecting or storing your data and to prevent this information from being shared with any unauthorized third party.
However, despite these steps, the Internet remains an open system, and we cannot guarantee that unauthorized third parties will not be able to thwart the measures in question or use your personal data for illegitimate ends. As a result, Open Digital Education cannot be held liable for the fraudulent collection of your data for any purpose.
The website may suggest links to other third-party websites that might interest you.
Open Digital Education has no control over the content of third-party websites or the practices of these third-parties in terms of the protection of any personal data they might collect. As a result, Open Digital Education does not accept any liability with respect to how these third parties process your personal data. It is your responsibility to research the personal data protection policies of these third parties.
We process all or a part of your data to:
Allow you to share our content to social networks;
Enjoy an interactive and personalized experience on our website;
Send newsletters if you have agreed by checking the corresponding box;
Analyze audience and traffic information for the website.
The recipients of your Personal Data are our own management teams and our technical service providers.
The data collected by processing the personal information gathered by the website will not be transferred outside of the territory of the European Union.
In compliance with Articles 39 and 40 of this same law, the user of this website or the Customer has the right to inquire about, access, correct, and oppose data concerning him or her by sending an email or letter to:
Open Digital Education
20 rue Henri Regnault
92150 Suresnes, France
Finally, the user of this website or the Customer can submit a complaint to the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) at any time.