HEMP-it data protection policy
We recognize the importance of protecting your privacy. Herein we describe the practices and conditions by which we collect, use and store your personal information.
Relevance of collected personal information
HEMPit collects and uses personal information in a fair and lawful manner. This information is limited to your identity => your first name, last name, email address, telephone number, address, profession.
Why we use your personal information
Personal information is collected by our Internet site for several uses designed to: – Respond to your needs expressed in our contact forms and to your requests for quotes. The data you must provide in the forms enables us to contact you and respond to your needs and requests as best as possible.
Limited data storage
HEMPit only stores your information long enough to process the elements described above. If you use our contact form or our quotes request form, your personal information will be stored for 3 years, then erased.
Protecting your data
Your data is stored on our secured servers in France and protected by firewalls and anti-virus systems. We have adopted technical and operational measures designed to guarantee the security and privacy of your data against accidental loss, access, illegal use, alteration and unauthorised disclosure.
Personal information and rights
– Access, edit, delete, and/or limit your personal data, and where applicable: portability and withdrawal of consent. If you wish to exercise this right, please use the contact form or write to us in French at:
9 route d’Angers
49 250 Beaufort – en – Anjou
However, in application of the article 12.6 of the GDPR, to exercise your rights and in order to approve the legitimacy of your request, a signed, written request accompanied by a copy of your signed, valid identification card may be necessary. We also ask you to entrust us with valid contact information so that we may provide a response. This information will be deleted once we have processed your request.
We have one month to respond to any request relating to the exercise of your rights. This period can be extended by two months depending on the complexity or in the event of a high volume of requests.