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Privacy Policy

Symfony is committed to safeguarding the personal data of Users. This privacy policy (“Privacy Policy”) is part of the TOS. Each word defined in the TOS has the same meaning in the Privacy Policy.

By using the Site, Users agree to abide and be bound by this Privacy Policy, which may be modified or updated from time to time without notice, except for stipulations requiring Users’ consent. In this event the update shall be displayed on the Site.

I. PROCESSING OF USERS PERSONAL DATA

Symfony collects and processes Users personal data in a fair and lawful manner and in respect of their rights. Symfony is the entity responsible for processing Users personal data. The legal basis for the processing is the consent to Symfony and SensioLabs’ newsletters and the performance of the contract with Users for the provision of Services.

II. NATURE OF PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED BY SYMFONY

Symfony collects and processes data that Users voluntarily provide in order to access or use its Services and data related to Users’ preferences and traffic. The purpose of this data processing is Administration of Users account and online services offers platform such as training, subscription to certifications and conferences, using Symfony tools and elaboration of analyses.

Users need to open an Account and provide Symfony with at least the following personally identifiable data to use the Services: Last name, country and email.

Users may complete their profile with other personal data (such as birthday, address, biography, bank details or phone number, etc.).

Symfony may collect other personal data, such as IP addresses.

Symfony shall never collect or process personal data pertaining to, directly or indirectly, race, health, sexual orientation, political, philosophical, religious views or to special categories of personal data within the meaning of the GDPR relating to Users.

III. COOKIES

Traffic data are generated when Users’ terminals connect to the internet and to the Site and are not sufficient alone to identify them. Symfony may collect via Google Analytics® the following data: origin of the connection, type and version of Users internet browser, length of connection, etc.

Such data may be used for statistical purposes to analyze the traffic and to improve the Site. Traffic data are always processed anonymously.

Symfony may place "cookies" on Users’ terminals. These small files may contain, for instance, traffic data and Users preferences.

The purposes of these cookies are to authenticate Users, record their visit and to restore their web pages when they connect with their usual terminals.

Symfony may authorize its partners to place cookies on Users’ terminals to collect Users’ data:

Users may delete the cookies after their visit or configure their internet browser to prevent them.

In the latter case, they may not be able to use all portions or all functionalities of the Services.

The validity period of cookies is 13 months. A new prior consent shall be requested by Symfony after this period.

IV. RETENTION OF USERS’ PERSONAL DATA

1. Security

The personal data that Users communicate to Symfony are hosted by Amazon Web Services (Ireland). In accordance with the GDPR, Symfony undertakes to take all necessary precautions to preserve the security of the personal data processed and in particular to prevent them from being distorted, damaged or communicated to unauthorized persons.

Symfony uses its best efforts to prevent any interference with Users personal data such as loss, diversion, intrusion, unauthorized divulgation, alteration, or destruction.

2. Term

Without prejudice to the following paragraph, the personal data processed by Symfony shall be deleted three (3) months after the cancellation of Users Account, unless otherwise required by law.

Symfony is under the duty to keep during one (1) year the following personal data as from the creation, change or deletion of Users Content:

3. Cancellation of Account

At any time Users may request that their Account be cancelled (without prejudice of the above article).

V. COMMUNICATION FROM SYMFONY

Symfony may send emails to Users to the address associated with their account for technical or administrative purposes or to inform Users of the evolution of its Service. Symfony shall not send Users commercial offers unrelated to Symfony.

Symfony will never send to Users commercial emails if they refused to receive them.

VI. TRANSFER OF USERS PERSONAL DATA

Symfony undertakes not to share Users’ personal data with or transfer them to third parties unless such sharing or transfer is (i) to provide technical support or specific services (such as Stripe), (ii) necessary to the use of the Services, or (iii) to analyze and report (such as Sentry).

Symfony undertakes not to share Users’ personal data with or transfer them to third parties unless they have consented prior to said sharing or transfer. Symfony shall never share Users personal data with third parties that do not guarantee an adequate protection.

Symfony may provide Users Personal Data if required by law or compelled by a court of law.

VII. RIGHT TO ACCESS, MODIFY, AND DELETE USERS PERSONAL DATA

Pursuant to French and European law, Users have the right to freely access their data, rectify them, request their deletion, oppose to their treatment, and obtain the communication in a structured and readable format (except for legitimate cause). Users also have the right to lodge a claim with a supervisory authority and set guidelines for their digital will.

Users may exercise this right by contacting: Symfony, 92-98, boulevard Victor Hugo 92110 CLICHY (France). Users may also modify their personal data directly from their Account.

VIII. Traffic

Traffic data are generated when Users’ terminals connect to the internet and to the Site and are not sufficient alone to identify them. Symfony may collect via Google Analytics® the following data: origin of the connection, type and version of Users internet browser, length of connection, etc.

Such data may be used for statistical purposes to analyze the traffic and to improve the Site. Traffic data are always processed anonymously.