Stonly acts as data controller, i.e. Stonly is the entity responsible for processing your Personal Data. Information about Stonly is available on the Legal Notice.
Stonly has made protection of Personal Data and privacy one of its priorities. we have thus chosen to work towards greater transparency.
The regulations applicable to the processing of Personal Data cover all national and European laws and regulations in force and in particular (i) the European Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 (the "GDPR"), (ii) the French provisions of Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 as amended, (iii) the European Directive 2002/58/EC of July 12, 2002 and (iv) guidelines, opinions, recommendations, advice of the supervisory authorities, certifications, approvals and final court decisions (altogether, the "Regulations").
Stonly operates three kinds of processing of Personal Data:
5.1.1 If you are a client of Stonly or if, in general, you have a commercial relationship with us, we may collect and process Personal Data of your employees / collaborators / service providers or platform users (name, first name(s), business email address, telephone number, status within the client’s company, browsing data) for the following purposes:
|Managing the platform user access||the execution of the contract entered into between Stonly and you|
|Managing client relationship (contracts, invoicing, loyalty program, after-sales service/user assistance, satisfaction surveys, management of unpaid invoices, etc.)||Stonly’s compliance with its legal obligations|
|Sending newsletters||Stonly’s legitimate interest regarding the continuation of the commercial relationship|
|Managing requests for access, rectification and opposition rights||Stonly’s compliance with its legal obligations|
Your Personal Data is only stored by our services for the time strictly necessary, namely two (2) years from the end of the contractual relationship between Stonly and you or, as regards the data strictly necessary for Stonly to comply with its legal obligations, for the applicable statute of limitations.
The guides created by a user can be kept available even after the user account has been deleted without any further storage of Personal Data.
Stonly only communicates your Personal Data to the recipients who need to have access to it: Stonly’s commercial, accounting and marketing departments and its data processors, to the extent necessary for the accomplishment of the tasks entrusted to them.
5.1.2 When you consult a client’s guide, Stonly may process visitors’ anonymized data on its own behalf for the following purpose:
|Data science||Stonly’s legitimate interest regarding the proper execution of the services it provides|
The Personal Data processed as part of the anonymization process is kept for one (1) year.
Stonly only communicates your Personal Data to the recipients who need to have access to it: Stonly’s commercial and marketing departments and its data processors, to the extent necessary for the accomplishment of the tasks entrusted to them.
5.1.3 When you (or your employer) are prospects of Stonly and/or when you visit our website, you may (i) communicate your name, first name(s), email address, browsing data etc. to us in order to subscribe to our newsletter and/or request additional information about Stonly’s services (e.g. by contacting Stonly’s support, downloading materials or asking for a scheduled demonstration) or (ii) authorize Stonly to place cookies on your terminal.
Your Personal Data is processed for the following purposes:
|Subscription to our newsletter||Stonly’s legitimate interest of initiating a commercial relationship|
|Managing requests for access, rectification, and opposition rights|
Personal Data processed for the purposes of receiving our newsletter is kept until you unsubscribe via the “unsubscribe” link included in each newsletter. The Personal Data processed for providing targeted advertising is kept for one (1) year.
Stonly only discloses your Personal Data to recipients who need to have access to it: Stonly’s sales, accounting and marketing departments and its data processors, to the extent necessary to perform the tasks assigned to them.
When Stonly acts as a data processor, it is on behalf and on the instructions of its clients.
Within the framework of our knowledge-sharing activity, we are led to process your Personal Data (browsing data, IP address, and all data filled within the guides’ free fields) in order to allow our clients to operate our products efficiently.
"Cookies" are small data files placed on your device when you browse web pages subject to the choices you have made, in order to store and receive identifiers and other browsing information.
Cookies are used on the website and any Stonly’s services to (i) facilitate your browsing, (ii) offer you personalised advertising and (iii) compile visit statistics:
You may at any time set your browser to express and modify your wishes regarding cookies, in particular by refusing certain cookies.
You can also use the interface that we make available to you via the cookie banner that appears when you first connect to the website or after any deletion of your cookies.
We remind you that, by disabling targeted advertising cookies and/or statistic cookies:
The Personal Data collected via our cookies are kept for one (1) year.
We ask the recipients of your Personal Data to act in compliance with the Regulations and, in particular, to pay close attention to the confidentiality of your Personal Data.
The Personal Data collected may be processed outside the European Union by our data processors. In this case, Stonly takes the necessary steps with its data processors and partners to ensure an adequate level of protection to your Personal Data, in accordance with the Regulations. To do so, we ensure that our processors and partners (i) are located in a country ensuring an adequate level of protection, or (ii) have adhered to the Privacy Shield (in case of transfer to the United States), or (iii) have signed a contract with Us that includes the "standard data protection clauses" adopted by the European Commission.
To provide the highest level of security for your Personal Data, Stonly implements appropriate physical, technical and organizational measures to prevent any alteration or loss of your Personal Data or any unauthorized access to it, and in particular:
Pursuant to the Regulations, you have the following rights regarding the processing of your Personal Data by Stonly, in its capacity as data controller:
If you wish to exercise some or all of the above rights or to receive some additional information, you can send a request to Stonly, accompanied by a copy of a signed proof of your identity and any other information necessary to confirm your identity and process your request (your postal address for example):
A response will be sent to you within one (1) month of receipt of your request.
Last update : June 16th, 2020.