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Privacy notice

Protecting your privacy is very important to us

Akiem undertakes to adhere fairly and transparently to personal data protection legislation, particularly the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”).

Akiem is responsible for implementing computerised data processing.

For this reason, all personal data relating to you and collected on our site, in particular when you make contact requests or visit our site, is treated as personal data that we use and transfer only as set out below and in accordance with our data processing activity register.

You will find in this section, and in our general terms and conditions of use, all the ways in which Akiem collects, processes and protects your data in the context of your use of services on our website

What data do we use and how?

All information that you provide on the site is required for us to process and action your requests. For this purpose:

Within certain sections of our site (such as “Contact us”), we may ask you to provide personal information such as your name, email address and telephone number. This information is necessary for us to respond to your comments or requests for information.

Essential information that Akiem needs to process and carry out your requests is marked with an asterisk on our site pages. If you choose not to give us this required information, we will be unable to process your request or your application. Your data will be used only to respond to your requests.

For information on the processing of your application data please consult this information.

To improve our service and provide you with a site that works and meets your needs, we use trackers such as cookies.

If you have given your consent by checking the box provided, Akiem may use your data to send you commercial information by post or email, in accordance with applicable laws.

How long is your data kept?

We are committed to keeping your data only as long as is strictly necessary for the purposes for which we process it, to fulfil our legal and regulatory obligations, and also for the defence of our interests.

All other data are periodically erased in due time after it is no longer necessary to store such data as the respective purpose is fulfilled.

What rights do you have relating to your data?

In case we process data on the basis of legitimate interest, you are entitled to object on grounds relating to your particular situation to any processing for marketing purposes.

We only hold data that you have given us through the website. You have rights relating to your data.

In accordance with personal data protection legislation, having proven your identity, you have the right to request access to any personal data about you, or to have it corrected or erased.

Within the legally defined limits, you also have the right to deny or restrict processing of your personal data, to decide what happens to your data when it expires, to withdraw your consent at any time, and to transfer your data to another organisation.

We remind you that you can contact the CNIL in France via its website

You can exercise your rights by contacting us at Akiem Group SAS, Eurosquare 1 – 151-161, boulevard Victor Hugo CS 60001 – FR-93452 Saint-Ouen Cedex, attaching a copy of an official identity document, or by contacting our DPO (Data protection officer) :


General terms and conditions of use

The Publisher: The legal entity that publishes the online public communication services.

The Site: The combination of sites, internet pages and online services offered by the Publisher.

The User: The person using the Site and services.

Types of data collected

When the Site is used, the Publisher may collect the following categories of data:

Connection data (IP addresses, event logs, etc.) and device data (operating system, used browser, language etc.)

Data collected by Cookies as described above

In case you use the contact form, file an application or log onto one of our portals those data filled by the user and by our staff with respect to the service our clients asked us to provide.”

Transfer of personal data to third parties

Transfer to the authorities based on legal obligations

In fulfilment of our legal obligations, your personal data may be divulged when required by a law or regulation, or in accordance with a ruling by a competent regulatory or legal authority. Generally, we undertake to comply with all legal rules that could prevent, limit or regulate the sharing of information or data specifically to comply with the European GDPR, French Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on information technology, data files and civil liberties and the respective acts of other countries.

Transfer to third parties with restrictions related to the recipients

The personal data that you give us in the course of an application or on the contact form may be transferred to our affiliates for processing in case you apply for a vacancy other than with Akiem Holding SAS or concerning a special service or market. Our affiliates treat this information as strictly confidential.

Continuity of the confidentiality of personal data

Commitment to continuity of confidentiality

In the event that your personal data is transferred to a third party, the third party is obliged to apply conditions of confidentiality identical to those of the Site.


Collection of identity information

Free viewing

Viewing the Site does not require prior enrolment or identification. The Site may be viewed without giving identifiable data about yourself (name, address, etc.) We do not record any identifiable data when you simply view the Site.

Collection of device data

Collection of technical data to provide the service

The Site automatically collects some technical data about your device. This information includes your IP address, internet provider, hardware configuration, software configuration, browser type and language, etc. The collection of this data is necessary to provide the services.

Retention of technical data

Technical data retention period

Technical data is kept for the period strictly necessary for the purposes described above.

Personal and anonymised data retention period

Retention of data

Except where expressly stipulated in these general terms and conditions of use and/or the Cookie policy above, in compliance with applicable laws, personal data that we process will not be retained longer than the period necessary for your visit to the Site.


We retain personal data for the period strictly necessary for the purposes described in these general terms and conditions of use. After this period, data is anonymised and retained solely for statistical purposes, and will not be used for any other purpose.

Procedure in the event of a security breach discovered by the Publisher

User information in the event of a security breach

We undertake to implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure a level of security commensurate with the risks of accidental, unauthorised or illegal access; disclosure; alteration; loss; or destruction of your personal data. In the event that we become aware of illegal access to your personal data stored on our providers’ or our own servers, or of unauthorised access causing the risks identified above to occur, we undertake to:

  • Examine the causes of the breach and inform you of them;
  • Implement the reasonable measures necessary to minimise any negative effects and harm that may arise from the breach.


Limitation of liability

In no circumstances are the above commitments to notify you of a security breach to be taken as admitting fault or liability for the occurrence of any such breach.

Transfer of personal data to other countries

No transfer outside the European Union

The Publisher undertakes not to transfer its Users’ personal data outside the European Union.

Applicable law and ways to appeal

Application of French law (CNIL legislation) and court jurisdiction

These general terms and conditions of use and your use of the Site are regulated and interpreted in accordance with French laws, in particular Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on information technology, data files and civil liberties. This interpretation does not affect your statutory rights in your country of residence. If you are a consumer, you and we accept the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the French courts, meaning that you may take legal action relating to these general terms and conditions of use in France or in the EU country where you reside. If you are a professional user, any legal action against us must be brought before a French court.

In case of dispute, all parties will seek an amicable solution before taking any legal action. If these attempts fail, any objections to the validity, interpretation, and/or implementation of these general terms and conditions of use, even involving several defendants or the introduction of third parties, must be brought before the French courts.

Portability of data

The Publisher undertakes to provide you with all your data upon request. This gives the User greater control over his or her data and the ability to reuse it. This data must be provided in an open and easily reusable format.