This website provides information about the agency’s activities, services, campaigns and teams.
This Privacy Notice sets out how we use and protect any information we collect through this website.
This Privacy Notice (the "Notice") and this Cookie Notice (the “Cookie Notice”) are intended to provide you with information about how the Razorfish agency, operated by Publicis Sapient France, uses and protects your Personal Data collected through the Website https://www.razorfish.fr (the “Website”).
If you have any questions about the collection of your data please contact the Publicis Sapient France Chief Data Privacy Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any Personal Data collected through the Website will only be used to answer to your queries, manager your job applications and analyze the traffic on the Website. Once collected, Personal Data will not be used for a different incompatible purpose without your consent.
Razorfish France, business name of the Marketing Transformation division of Publicis Sapient France, a French “société par actions simplifiée unipersonnelle” with a capital of 654 954,90 euros, located 94 avenue Gambetta 75020 Paris, registered with the Paris Business and Companies’ Registry no. 403 578 198, Director of publication Lise Malbernard as CEO of Publicis Sapient, is considered as the Controller of this Website.
We take the protection of data privacy very seriously. All Personal Data collected through the Website will be treated as strictly confidential and will only be used as set out in this Privacy Notice. The applicable data protection laws shall be respected in full.
Therefore, please read this Privacy Notice thoroughly. If you disagree with the way Personal Data will be used, please do not use this Website or provide your Personal Data through the Website.
We may include links on the Website to other websites including social media platforms. This Privacy Notice only covers how we use Personal Data and does not cover these other websites.
We encourage you to read the privacy notices available on other websites you visit.
I. Purpose(s) of data collection
The purposes of collecting Personal Data through the Website are to:
Answer to your queries promptly and efficiently via the contact email address provided on our Website;
Manage your job applications for an open position and, if applicable, collect a list of candidates;
Establish statistics on the Website’s frequentation in order to improve its functioning and its services;
Carry out the Website’s maintenance and preserve the Website’s security. However, please note that we use Statistical Data as far as possible;
Enable you to access the site and its functionalities, and/or provide services you requested through cookies and other trackers.
II. What Personal Data do we collect and process?
Personal Data means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (i.e. living individual).
We collect the following Personal Data through the Website:
Your Personal Information We collect certain personal details such as your email address. We can also collect your first name, family name and job position, your company address and your phone number if you provide us with this data in the body of your message and/or request.
The content of the messages and/or queries you send us including, where applicable, information regarding your professional career and education if you apply for an open job position.
We additionally collect, through cookies and other trackers, limited Personal Data connected with your use of the Website i.e. IP address, browser type, OS, websites you visit before and after our Website. For more information in this respect, please refer to the Cookie Notice below.
When you navigate on our Website we may collect information related to your navigation, the frequentation of the Website’s pages, as described in the Cookie Notice below.
III. What legal ground(s) do we rely on?
The processing of Personal Data collected on the Website is based on:
the performance of pre-contractual measures, when we process your private messages sent by email or via the form on the Website when this request is of a business nature (request relating to our services or offers);
our legitimate interest, when we process your job applications, and store your CV and motivation letter in our CV database, in order to identify in the future a matching open job position;
our legitimate interest, when we process your data in the context of maintenance and the implementation of measures to protect the security of the Website;
your consent, when we draw up statistics on the frequentation of our Website by collecting data through cookies;
the performance of pre-contractual measures, when we place functional cookies and/or technical cookies;
You can send us a request in order to obtain additional information on the balancing tests we have performed to ensure we were able to process your personal data basing ourselves on the legitimate interest.
IV. With whom do we share Personal Data?
Where appropriate and justified, your Personal Data may be shared with entities of the Publicis Group and its affiliates in France/in the EU/globally.
We will not share your Personal Data with any third party, except as otherwise stated in this Privacy Notice.
Your Personal Data can be shared:
In the context of a merge, acquisition or sale of all or part of the agency’s assets, to successors in title to our business,
to establish, exercise or defend our rights,
or where required by law, to respond to requests from legal or administrative organizations, government organizations or a judge.
If the services of third parties for technical maintenance, administration or processing of the Personal Data are necessary, these third parties will only have access to the Personal Data insofar it is necessary to ensure a smooth and secure technical processing of our Website and the provision of answers to requests made via the contact form. In every case, such access to your Personal Data will only be made in accordance with the applicable law, including Data confidentiality, privacy and security obligations.
V. Your rights on your Personal Data
In accordance with applicable privacy law, you may exercise the following rights with respect to the Personal Data we hold about you:
Right to information:
You have the right to obtain clear, transparent, understandable and easily accessible information regarding how we use your Personal Data and regarding your rights. This is why we provide you such information in this privacy notice;
Right of access to your Personal Data:
You can access all Personal Data we hold about you, know the origin of this Personal Data and obtain a copy in an understandable format.
You may also use your right to access your Personal Data to control the exactness of the data and have them rectified or deleted. You have no justification to provide to exercise your right to access;
Right to rectify your Personal Data:
In order to avoid that inaccurate or incomplete Personal Data relating to you is process or shared, you can ask us to rectify them;
Right to the deletion of your Personal Data:
You may request the erasure or deletion of the Personal Data we hold on you. This is not an absolute right since we may have to keep your Personal Data for legal or legitimate reasons. You may, for example, exercise your right to deletion in the following cases:
if you have withdrawn your consent to the processing (see below);
if you legitimately objected to the processing of your data (see below);
when data is not or is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was initially collected or processed;
the data is processed unlawfully (e.g., publishing hacked data);
Right to object to the processing of your Personal Data:
When we process your Personal Data based on our legitimate interest (to determine to which processing this applies, please refer to Section III of this Notice), you may at any time object to the processing of your Personal Data for reasons relating to your personal situation. We may nevertheless, on a case-by-case basis, reject such a request by pointing out the legitimate and imperious reasons justifying the processing of this data which prevail on your interests, rights and freedoms, or when this data is necessary to establish, exercise or defend a right before a Court.
Right to limit the processing of your Personal Data:
The right to limit the processing completes your other rights. This right means that the data processing relating to you and that we are performing is limited, so that we may keep this data, but we cannot use it or process it in any other manner. This right applies in specific circumstances, i.e.:
if you challenge the exactness of your Personal Data. The processing is then limited for a period of time so that the agency may verify the exactness of the Personal Data;
if the processing is unlawful and you object to the erasure of your Personal Data and request instead that its use be limited;
if we do not need the Personal Data for the purposes mentioned above in Section I anymore, but you still need it to establish, exercise or defend rights before a Court; and
in the cases where you objected to the processing which is based on the legitimate interests of the agency, you may ask to limit the processing for the time necessary for us to verify if we can accept your objection request (i.e., the time necessary to verify whether the legitimate reasons of the agency prevail over yours).
Right to portability of your Personal Data:
You may request to retrieve the Personal Data you provided us with, in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, for personal use or to share them with a third party of your choice.
This right only applies to Personal Data you provided us with, directly or indirectly, and which was processed through automated means, if this processing is based on your consent or the performance of a contract. Please check the list of our Personal Data processing activities’ legal grounds (in Section III of this Notice) to know whether our processing is based on the performance of a contract or on consent.
Right to withdraw consent at any time to the processing of Data carried out on the basis of such consent:
You may read Section III of this Notice in order to identify the purposes for which the processing of your Personal Data is based on your consent;
Right to give instructions on the fate of your Data after your death:
You may define directives on the storing, erasure and sharing of your Personal Data after your death. These directive may be general, i.e. cover all your Personal Data, or specific, i.e. only cover certain data processing activities.
If you wish to exercise any of the rights listed above, please write to our Data Protection Officer at the following address: email@example.com.
If we have reasonable doubts as to your identity, we may ask you to attach any document enabling proof of your identity, in order to avoid any risk of impersonation.
If we receive your request by electronic means, we will respond electronically unless you specify that you wish to obtain a response via other means, such as by mail.
We will respond without undue delay and in any event within one month from the data we receive your request. This timeframe can be extended by two months to take the complexity of the request or the number of requests received into account. In this case, we will inform you within one month from receiving your request, specifying the reasons for extending the response timeframe.
If you feel that we are not complying with this Notice, if you are not satisfied with the way we have dealt with your request or if your request has been refused, you may also file a formal complaint with your competent authority for the protection of Personal Data (in France, the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et Liberté (CNIL): https://www.cnil.fr). However, we invite you to contact our Data Protection Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org before filing a complaint with the Data Protection Authority.
VI. Data retention periods
We store your Personal Data in accordance with the applicable legal requirements for data retention and our internal policies. The data retention will vary depending on the type of data and the purposes of processing.
Your data will generally be retained for the duration of our contractual and/or pre-contractual relationship. After which, your data will be archived for the duration of the applicable statute of limitations which, in France, is 5 years from the end of our contractual relationship or last contact with you.
Personal Data collected in the context of your job application to an open position are kept:
For no longer than two (2à years from the last contact if your application was rejected, except if you specify that you do not wish us to keep your application after the end of the recruitment process; in which case your Personal Data will immediately be deleted;
For the duration of your stay with Razorfish if your job application is accepted.
VII. Data Security
We use a variety of methods, such as firewalls, intrusion detection software and manual security procedures, to secure your data against loss or damage and to help protect the accuracy and security of Personal Data and to prevent unauthorized access or improper use. If you think that the Website or any Personal Data is not secure or that there has been unauthorized access to the Website or your Personal Data, please contact email@example.com immediately.
VIII. Data Transfers
Given the international nature of our activities, your Personal Data are transferred outside the European Union.
Your personal data is transferred to the USA : for the purposes of hosting and back up of emails and data.
This country is not considered by the EU Commission as providing an adequate level of protection. We ensure all data transfers comply with applicable legal requirements by executing contractual agreements with appropriate contractual protections in compliance with article 46 of the GDPR.
Should you wish to know more about how data is protected or wish to request a copy of the contractual protections please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
IX. Notification of changes
Publicis Sapient France may amend this Notice, to take into account evolutions of the Website’s functionalities, the services offered as well as laws applicable to Razorfish’s activities. These changes and updates apply to users, who must therefore regularly check this section and check the applicable Privacy Notice.
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X. Further Information
For further information on Razorfish please visit our website https://www.razorfish.fr.
If you consider that we are not complying with this Privacy Notice or if you have any questions in relation to this Privacy Notice, please contact email@example.com.
Notice for cookies
The Razorfish.fr Website (the “Website”) is edited by Razorfish France, business name of the Marketing Transformation division of Publicis Sapient France, a French “société par actions simplifiée unipersonnelle” with a capital of 654 954,90 euros, located 94 avenue Gambetta 75020 Paris, registered with the Paris Business and Companies’ Registry no. 403 578 198, Director of publication Lise Malbernard as CEO of Publicis Sapient.
We will ensure the accuracy of this Cookie Notice by keeping it up-to-date. Any changes to this Cookie Notice will be promptly communicated on this page and you should check back to see whether any adjustments have been made.
If you have any questions about the collection of your Personal Data, please contact Publicis Sapient France’s Chief Data Privacy Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org.
1. What are cookies?
A “Cookie” is a small file which is placed on your computer's hard drive when browsing on a webpage, reading an e-mail, installing or using a software or a mobile app. If you choose to accept Cookies, the file is added and the Cookie helps analyze web traffic or lets you know when you visit a particular website.
This data does not usually identify you directly, but the web application can provide you with a personalized web experience.
They are usually used for the well-functioning of the Website and traffic analysis. In general, Cookies allow web applications to respond to you as an individual.
2. Who places cookies?
Certain cookies of our Website may be placed by partners listed below:
3. Which cookies are used?
Cookies strictly necessary for the functioning of the website: These Cookies are essential to your browsing of the Website and its proper functioning. They allow you to use the features of the Website and the services you have requested. For example, these Cookies help us remember the resolution of your screen and your preferred language.
Audience measurement cookies: These traffic log Cookies are used to identify the pages you visited and to measure and track the performance of our Website. These Cookies help us to analyze web page traffic data and improve our Website to fit your needs. We only use this information for statistical analysis purposes.
Different retention periods apply for the different types of cookies placed depending on whether they are session cookies (i.e. a cookie that is temporarily set on your Device which appears when you access the website and disappears when you close your web browser window) or persistent cookies (i.e. a cookie that will remain on your device for a certain period of time to allow us to remember your preferences for your next visits).
In any case, cookies will never be retained for more than 6 to 13 months on your device, depending on the type of cookie.
4. How you can manage cookies?
You can choose to accept or decline cookies.
When browsing the Website for the first time, you may click on one of the buttons in the cookie banner in order to manage your Cookie preferences.
We may occasionally change this Cookie Notice. Where necessary or required, we will inform you and/or request your consent. Please check it at each visit in order to read its latest version.
Last updated: 08.01.2021