Rights and obligations of subscribers to TIFIZ geolocation tracking system, an Asynchronous tracking device (NOT real time).
The use of geolocation technologies is regulated by the CNIL (Commission Nationale Informatique et des Libertés – National Commission on Informatics and Liberty) for the geolocation of vehicles or people.
The role of the CNIL is to ensure that principles relating to personal data protection are respected (CNIL Deliberation No. 2006-066 of 16 March 2006).
The main data collected by the TICATAG Seller’s geolocation system relates to where the TIFIZ GPS Tag is positioned.
The position of the TIFIZ GPS tag at time “t” is shown on an online Google Map on the secure website www.mytifiz.com and on the TIFIZ eponymous application.
Both the Web and mobile platforms (iOS and Android) are the exclusive property of the TICATAG Seller.
As this position can be associated with other information such as the route used by the tag and any other data, the GPS system then constitutes “personal data processing”.
TICATAG, aware of the confidential nature of personal data gathered from Purchasing Customers and Subscribers, certifies to have declared its TIFIZ geolocation system to CNIL in order not to use them for purposes other than straightforward TIFIZ GPS-tag location recordings, with the aim of providing a monitoring and alert service for the tag over a given period. These location recordings being the intrinsic property of the subscriber who owns one or more TIFIZ GPS tag(s).
The TICATAG Seller must inform its “Subscriber” Purchasing Customers of the following points:
- The TICATAG Seller is the only entity to collect data from its subscribers’ TIFIZ tags on its platform,
- The TICATAG Seller shall have a secure and sophisticated system to protect against data hacking installed on its platform,
- The TICATAG Seller informs its subscribers that they have a right to access, modification or objection*, and a right to know how TICATAG will process its subscribers’ data,
- The TICATAG Seller cannot be held liable for subscribers misusing the TIFIZ GPS tags, for the purpose of malicious tracking.
- The TICATAG Seller cannot be held liable for the use of its TIFIZ geolocation system, which could be carried out in a context of paid work by employers following their employees for the purpose of human resources or security.
(*) The right to object: the French Data Protection Act provides everyone with the right to object to, for legitimate reasons, the processing of their personal data. Nevertheless, it is up to the person responsible for processing the data, in this case the TICATAG Seller, to assess whether the reasons are legitimate.
II. Provisions relating to conditions of use for TICATAG location-based solutions and relating to personal data indicated in the above-mentioned “Personal Account”
TICATAG, aware of the confidential nature of personal data gathered from Purchasing Customers and Subscribers, certifies to have declared its geolocation systems to CNIL, Declaration number 1836386, in order not to use them for purposes other than straightforward GPS-tag location recordings, with the aim of providing a monitoring and alert service for the owner of the tag over a given period.
“In accordance with Articles 39 and 40 of Law No.78-17 of 6 January 1978 amended in 2004, relating to information technology, files and civil liberties, any person may obtain and, if necessary, correct or delete their personal data, by addressing this request to the TICATAG Seller’s general management (firstname.lastname@example.org). The Purchasing Customer and Subscriber will also have the right to object, subject to having legitimate reasons which will be at the discretion of TICATAG’s management. “
III. Provisions relating to the conditions of use and the configuration of TICATAG geolocation solutions
The Customer agrees to comply with all the requirements for the configuration and use of location-based products manufactured by the TICATAG Seller and to refer to the user guide that comes with the product. The Purchasing Customer shall be solely responsible for any misconfiguration or misuse of the solution/product. Documentation of solutions/products is provided within the packaging; it is also available on the TICATAG Seller’s websites or by request via a letter to the After-Sales Department : email@example.com.
In any event, the Customer shall not cause harm, nor allow those around them or their children to harm the physical, electromagnetic and electronic integrity of the TICATAG Seller’s solutions/products. Risks relating to owning and using the solutions/products are transferred to the Customer when they receive the Tag, subject to manufacturing defects.
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