General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Since 25 May 2018, the National Estate of Chambord has been implementing the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).

This new European Union (EU) law provides you with stricter control over the use that is made of your personal data

The National Estate of Chambord is particularly attentive to protection of your personal data and is determined to achieve total transparency with regard to their utilization.

The main provisions

  •       A harmonized framework: a single set of rules for all European Union member states.

 

  •       Extraterritorial application: Non-European companies will likewise be subject to the regulation if in their profiling they target EU residents or if they propose goods and services to European residents.

 

  •      “Explicit” or “positive” consent: Companies must ensure data owners a high degree of control over their personal information.

 

  •      Registration of a child: Before a certain age is reached, registration of a child for a service requires parental authorization. In France, the age starting from which a youngster no longer needs to have parental authorization is 15 years.

 

  •      The right to erase: The person in question has to right to obtain erasure of personal data or details on his subject. This is also known as “the right to be forgotten”.

 

  •      Data portability: the possibility to have personal data transmitted from one  controller to another (social networks, e-mails…) either directly (Controller 1 to Controller 2) or indirectly (Controller 1 to data owner to Controller 2). The right to portability is aimed at achieving accountability and at allowing users to obtain stricter control over use of their personal data.

 

  •       Profiling: “the right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, which produces legal effects concerning him or her or significantly affects him or her”.  

What are personal data?

Personal data consists in information directly or indirectly allowing identification of an individual. It can include:

  • a name,
  • a photograph,
  • an IP address,
  • a phone number,
  • a connection identifier,
  • a postal address,
  • a fingerprint,
  • a voice recording,
  • a social security number,
  • an e-mail…

How are personal data processed at the National Estate of Chambord ?

The National Estate of Chambord processes your personal data so as to optimally address your needs and meet your expectations.

In the framework of the above-mentioned processing, your collected data can include:

– Your first name, family name, address date of birth, e-mail, telephone numbers (landline and mobile);
– Your profession;
– Your location data;
– Your billing address;
– Your financial information (ex: credit card number);
– Date of your purchases;
– Date and amount of your donations;
– IP address/Mac address;
– Session-based “cookies”;
– Connection and navigation data;
– The history of your service purchases;
– Other information you wish to communicate to us.

If you wish for action to be taken on your personal data (deletion/modification), please inform us by filling out the form below.

At any time, you have the right to access, to modification, to rectification and to deletion of information on your subject by simple request and by filling out the form below:

Your name(obligatoire)
Your e-mail (obligatoire)
Subject
Your message

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«VIGIPIRATE» security measures

Following the terrorist attacks in Paris on the night of 13-14 November 2015, and so as to ensure visitor safety, the National Estate of Chambord has been applying the preventive measures enacted by the government for public administrations .