Contact form privacy policy - Collecting of your data

Following the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that entered into force on May 25th, 2018:

We implement all the necessary measures to ensure the protection of your data and apply the principle of transparency; You have the rights to control your data. 

Here is the information relating to the collecting and processing of your data as part of your request for information. 

The information retrieved on this form is recorded in a computer file by Skaleet to meet your request for information. By submitting the form, you consent to our collecting and processing your data in the context of your request for information and the business relationship that may result from it. 

The legal basis for processing is consent, collected (buttons and checkboxes), free, clear, and unequivocal by the applicable conditions defined in Articles 4 and 7 of the GDPR.  

Your processed data are identification data: first names, surnames, and professional contact details. They are collected directly from you via the contact form on our website. 

Your data is processed by the person in charge of business management, an authorized member of the company Skaleet. 

Your data is kept for the time to process your request for information. They will be preserved for 24 months from the last contact, then anonymized and recorded for historical and statistical purposes for 36 months, except for specific legal constraints. 

You can access your data, change it, request its deleting, or exercise your right to restrain the processing of your data. You can withdraw your consent to the processing of your data at any time. You can also oppose the processing of your data, and exercise your right to the portability of your data. 

Browse for more information on your rights. 

To apply these rights, or for any questions about the processing of your data, you can contact Skaleet: 

  • BY POST: 88, Rue du Dôme, 92100 BOULOGNE-BILLANCOURT
  • BY EMAIL: 

If you feel, after reaching us, that your "Data Protection" rights have not been respected, you can file a claim with the CNIL.