The below listed words define:
- 'Mobile application', 'mobile app' or 'app': the mobile application HorseGlobe and all its screens.
- 'Publisher': ATAO, the legal or natural person responsible for editing and publishing content on the app.
- 'User': the person using the app.
Article 2 - Introduction and role of the current document
Should the app require you to register as a user, you agree to provide true information about yourself. Communicating false information is contrary to the Terms and Conditions of Use of the current app.
You may at any time request ATAO to provide you with the personal information held about you, to object to its treatment, to edit or delete it by contacting the app publisher at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Article 3 - App data collection
The data collected and processed by the app are those that you provide voluntarily by filling in the various forms available within the app. For some operations on the contents, you may be required to transmit data about you to third-party partners through their own services, specifically when making payments. We will not collect such data, their collection and processing being made by and governed by conditions of the aforementioned partners. We invite you to check their Terms and Conditions of Use before providing them with your data.
Your IP address (identification number assigned to your computer on the Internet) may be collected automatically when using the app. You are informed that the service is likely to implement an automatic tracking process (Cookie or tracking files on the device on which is used the app), which you can prevent by modifying the settings of your device or those of the app, as explained in the Terms and Conditions of Use of this app.
Information of app will be saved in compliance with the Data Protection Act of the French law (Act n°78- 17 of 6 January 1978). According to the latter, users have a right of accessing, withdrawing, modification or correction of the data they provided. This right can be enforced through a request sent to the following email address: email@example.com.
The collection of users personal data by the publisher of this app has been declared to the French
Authority of Protection of Personal Data (National Commission for Computing and Liberties - CNIL) under number 2029748 v 0.
Article 4 - Collection purposes
Data identified as mandatory on the app forms are required for users to properly use app services and functionalities and more specifically actions on the app contents.
Data collected automatically by the app will allow gathering analytics data and insights about the app screens and pages, and users behavior.
Article 5 - Use of collected data
Data we collect about you are processed to implement app content.
You are likely to receive e-mails and notifications from the app, including newsletters. You can refuse to receive such e-mails by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by using the link provided for this purpose in the newsletters that will be sent to you.
For some data only, identified in the corresponding form and subject to your acceptance, you agree we might use your data and transmit it to our business partners for marketing or advertising purposes. We inform you that such disclosure to third parties excludes all payment and bank data. These business partners may send you by e-mail punctual promotional operations. These partners have been carefully selected by the Publisher for the quality of their products and services. You can ask to stop receiving these emails at any time by contacting us at email@example.com or by using the link provided for this purpose on the emails that will be sent to you.
Article 6 - Data security
Your data may be disclosed by the publisher, to preserve its rights and interests, if it is required to do so because of an applicable law, court order or governmental regulation, or if such disclosure is otherwise necessary to support any criminal or other legal investigation.
Article 7 - Data storage time period
Collected data are kept as long as necessary for the purposes mentioned above. Beyond this time period data will be kept for statistical purposes only.
Article 8 - Location tracking data
In compliance with article L. 34-1-V of the French Code des “Postes et des Communications Electroniques”, the express consent of the user must be given during the app setup on the device for location & tracking services to take place, and the user must be able to change location settings later on..
Activating the location & tracking features through GPS will allow the user to use the following app benefits: (1) recording his own trails, (2) sharing other rider's trails as well as (3) safety features: "LOST" & "S.O.S.".
Deactivating the app or device location features prevents app services pertaining to location to run, and geo-targeted ads to display in the app.
All rights reserved - 27 January 2017