Privacy policy

Data protection and security, as defined in article 13 of our T&Cs, is very important at Dataleon.

The privacy policy below, as part of our terms of use, is intended to regulate the collection, appropriate use, and access to data in connection with the subscription to the Dataleon website and platform.

Section 1. Lawfulness of the treatment — access to the site, products and services

The privacy policy must be accepted by all users who visit the website or subscribe to the Dataleon service, and for each change to our privacy policy.

In case of non-acceptance of the privacy policy, the user must refuse access to all services available on the website and, if applicable, to Dataleon services.

For the purposes of processing the data required to use the Young App services, the customer explicitly authorizes Dataleon to process the user's data from the moment of subscribing to the Young App service.

Section 2. Be responsible for data processing

Dataleon is the data controller: Dataleon is a public limited company with a capital of 3,000 EUR, whose registered office is located at 24 rue de Clichy, 75009 Paris, registered in the Trade and Companies Register (RCS) under number 820 897 585, represented by its president, Mr. Gérard TOKO.

Section 3. Contact

To exercise any of the rights mentioned in article 11 of the Privacy Policy or for any other question, Users may contact:

Dataleon, 24 rue de Clichy, 75009 Paris.


Telephone: +33 974 59 71 55

Section 4. Data collected

Some data is provided directly by you when you subscribe to or use the Dataleon service, and other data is collected automatically through the technologies used by Dataleon, including during the interaction between you and the website.

Data collected directly from the User:

First name/last name,
Employer name,
Profile on social networks,
E-mail address allowing a natural person to be identified,
Home address allowing a legal entity to be identified,
Telephone number used to identify a legal entity,
Billing information that allows a natural or legal person to be identified,
Account name (login) and password,
Comments, feedback, questions, contributions,
Commercial sourcing interests and preferences,
Any other dates that you could voluntarily share,
Passively collected data.
The data collected passively from you, when you visit our website or use the Dataleon service (connection and browsing data and data recorded via cookies), includes the information listed below:

Your computer's IP address,
Information about your computer; the type of your connection, the type and version of your Internet browser, the operating system of your device, as well as the unique device identifier (“UDID”) and other technical identifiers,
URL address of your connections, including the date and time, with all content that you can access with the Dataleon service application,
Your location.
Data collected from publicly available sources includes all public information about a natural person that is related to the company for which the user works, such as the job position at the company or the LinkedIn profile.

Section 5. Purposes of data processing

Data may be collected and processed by Dataleon and its subcontractors for the purposes of:

Provide the Dataleon service, optimize its use and offer appropriate support;
Invoice according to the contract;
Communicate all product and service updates;
Give you the ability to personalize the Dataleon service and allow you to select the content that you want to access and that you want to share with a third party;
Analyze your data that will allow us to improve the Young App service, identify any trends, and determine the effectiveness of the Dataleon service;
Prevent and detect potential threats to the security of our products or services, fraud, or other illegal activity;
Comply with contractual and legal obligations, resolve conflict situations, and enforce our contracts;
Allow email delivery and e-marketing campaigns and promotions, keep our customers informed of upcoming updates and events;
Maintain a history of all operations carried out during the contractual relationship.

Section 6. Basis of data processing

The above treatment is based on:

The customer's agreement concerning the use of cookies for certain purposes and the use of data for commercial sourcing purposes;
The customer's agreement when the customer has not subscribed to the Dataleon service to Dataleon itself.
Execution of the Dataleon user contract signed with the former customer.
When data processing is based on the customer's agreement, the customer has the right to withdraw their consent at any time.

An unsubscribe link will be sent to the user by Dataleon in marketing newsletters and emails.

Users can permanently delete their accounts, as mentioned in the Terms of Use (see article 8).

Section 7. Recipients and data collected

The User is informed and accepts that the recipients of the data (excluding subcontractors in article 8) are the following:

Dataleon services, affiliated companies or subsidiaries using data: sales department, marketing department, accounting department.

User data that is collected:

First name/last name;
Employer name;
social media profile;
Email address that can identify a natural person;
Home address allowing a natural person to be identified,
Telephone number that can identify a natural person;
Billing information that allows us to identify a natural legal person;
Account name (login);
Comments, feedback, questions, contributions;
Any other data that the user could voluntarily share.
Authorized third parties subject to the IT law and contractual freedom as well as the regulation, undertake to work on data processing in accordance with these Terms of Use.

Data will only be communicated to Dataleon to offer and improve its services. It will not be disclosed to third parties for the use of the data in their marketing activity.

Please note that content created through the Dataleon service (processes, feedback, survey, etc.) can be uploaded by the administrator.

Section 8. Subcontractors

Dataleon works with subcontractors.

Dataleon will ensure that one or all of the subcontractors employed provide the required guarantees in order to maintain the implementation of all appropriate techniques and organization, so that the processing meets all legal requirements.

Section 9. International data transfer outside the European Union

The User has been informed that the data may be shared with third parties located who use servers outside the European Union, in countries where data protection laws may be different from the laws of the European Union.

In this specific case, Dataleon will ensure that the User has been properly advised and that the transfer is carried out in accordance with the new applicable legislation and guarantees sufficient protection for a web application of the privacy and fundamental rights of individuals in accordance with the policy (in particular with the contractual clauses of the European Commission).

Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or information you may need regarding these transfers.

Section 10. Declaration to the National Commission for Informatics and Freedoms (CNIL)

In accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act, the automated processing of personal data carried out from the site has been declared to the CNIL under the number 1989871 v 0.

Section 11. User rights over their data

In accordance with the applicable legal and regulatory provisions, the User has the right to access, rectify, delete data, limit or oppose their processing, the right to define guidelines for the conservation, deletion and communication of data, after death and the right to data portability.

Right of access: Users can receive a copy of their data in their possession.
Right to rectify or delete: users can request to delete and correct their incorrect or obsolete data. However, Young App may retain certain user data when required to do so by law or when there is a legal reason to do so.
Right to object: Users have the right to refuse to have their data used for certain purposes.
Right of limitation: Users have the right to obtain from the data controller the limitation of the treatment in certain cases, for example when the degree of certainty is contested by the User.
Right to portability: users can receive the data concerning them that they have provided to the data controller in a structured, currently used and machine-readable format, and transmit this data to another data controller.
To exercise any of the above rights or if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact Dataleon (for contacts, see article 3).

Users have the right to file a complaint with the competent supervisory authority (CNIL) or to obtain compensation from the competent courts if the users believe that we have not respected their rights.

Section 12. Data security and confidentiality

Data collected by Dataleon is stored in a secure environment.

To ensure data security, Dataleon relies on the following measures:

Access management — authorized person
Access management — person concerned
Software monitoring network
Computer backup system
Development of digital certificates
User name or password
People working for Dataleon must respect the data privacy policy
Dataleon is committed to ensuring the existence of adequate levels of protection in accordance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements. However, no procedure can offer absolute security and some risks exist when the Internet is used to transmit personal data and information.

Dataleon will inform the CNIL and/or the person concerned of the potential data breach mentioned in the regulation.

Section 13. Data retention period by Dataleon

The data storage period by Dataleon is limited to the duration of use of the Dataleon service by the user, subject to compliance with legal and applicable provisions. However, the necessary data may be stored for commercial prospecting and/or storage purposes for a maximum of 3 years from the end of use of the Dataleon service.

The navigation data collected from a single visit to the site by the user will be stored for a maximum of 50 months.

Section 14. Cookies

Dataleon uses cookies and other services to:

Analyze site traffic to facilitate user navigation on the site,
Offer users specific advertising materials adapted to their interests,
Optimize technical management,
Get website traffic statistics.
A cookie is a small information file that is stored by a website on users' computers. This cookie can be reused the next time you visit the same site. A cookie cannot be used or read by another website, only the one that created it. Most cookies are only valid for the duration of a session or a visit.

Cookies cannot contain information that allows the situation in which the user can be contacted by telephone, post or email.

Most browsers are set to automatically accept cookies.

However, it is possible for a user to configure their browser and to be informed each time a cookie is created to avoid saving it.

Type of cookies used:

Dataleon uses the following cookies:

Cookies that are necessary for the website to function, for example, cookies that allow users to remain logged in with their accounts.
Cookies that monitor the use of the website in order to generate reports and statistics about the use of the website, without identifying individual users of the website.
Cookies that ensure the efficient and correct functioning of the website, including cookies that allow user preferences to be stored.
Cookies that analyze user behavior to communicate offers and promotions.
What should you do if you don't want to receive cookies?

If you do not want cookies to be saved by the website on your computer, you can choose to block cookies (by setting your browser to block cookies) and/or to delete all cookies already installed on your computer:

In Internet Explorer: you can block cookies by using the settings to modify the processing of cookies by clicking on “tools”, “internet option”, “privacy”, then, “advanced” button.

In Firefox: you can block cookies using the settings to modify the processing of cookies by clicking on “tools”, “options”, “privacy”, select “use personalized settings for historical data”, in the drop-down menu and uncheck “accept foreign cookies”.

In Chrome: you can block cookies using the settings for changing the processing of cookies by clicking on “customize and control”, “configure”, obtain advanced configuration and content configuration, “cookies and website data” under the heading “cookies.” However, take into account that when you deactivate certain cookies, a number of features may not be available on the site.