It is possible that as a result of your visit to our website, you may wish to receive further information, in which case you may have completed an online questionnaire. This information that you have transmitted to us allows us to contact you and identify you in order to provide you with the best possible quality in terms of information. These data can be the following: - Last name and first name - E-mail address - Your status: parent of students, teacher, headteacher ... - phone number - Postal code - Country In a logic of respect for the privacy of its Users, INSCHOOL SAS (Cantoo) undertakes that the collection and processing of personal data, carried out within this site, are carried out in accordance with law n ° 78- 17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms, known as the “Data Protection Act” as amended in 2004. In accordance with article 34 of the "Informatique et Libertés" law, INSCHOOL SAS (Cantoo) guarantees the User the right to oppose, access, rectify and delete personal data concerning him. If you wish to assert your rights mentioned above, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can process your request quickly.
When you visit the cantoo.fr website, we may collect information relating to navigation on the website. This statistical data allows us to adapt our offers, help future visitors by providing the most consulted information and also check the correct operation of the website. We process this data in the form of statistical reports in order to understand the general behavior on the cantoo.fr website. When you use the Cantoo Scribe application, all data produced, such as chapters created, assignments , etc., are recorded on our servers in France in order to allow you to find them. You keep the intellectual property but authorize us to process them by computer in order to offer you the best service.
It is obvious that when you visit our site, you do not wish to see your personal data communicated to third parties. The only data that is communicated outside of Cantoo is for technical reasons that we cannot circumvent. Here is the list:
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Thanks to the technologies put in place and our organization, we constantly ensure the security and control of the data collected. The data retention period depends on the purpose and the data processed. We make every effort to collect only data that is necessary for a specific purpose. Our interest is not to keep data beyond the time necessary for its use and in accordance with the maximum dates imposed by the legal framework.