This is Deskare. We are a French company and our headquarters are located in Versailles (France). Deskare publishes the Deskare application, a web application that allows you to meet your teammates and see analytics on office attendance and workspace occupancy.
In order to operate Deskare, we collect information (i) that you provide to us directly, as well as (ii) data that we collect automatically. (i) Data that you provide directly to usRegistration data: in order to use Deskare, you must create an account and provide us with the following personal data:- Your full name (visible to other users).- Your preferred work location: you will be able to choose from a list of offices defined by your company, the one where you work the most. This information allows us to calculate the occupancy data used by your company to understand, among other things, how offices are used.- Your time zone and language: this information allows us to adapt your experience on Deskare to your preferences.- The password that will allow you to log in to your account. Naturally, these data are not visible by other users, and you should never share them with other users. Your password is personal and secret. It must contain at least 8 alphanumeric characters. It is necessary to ensure the security of your account. All this information is mandatory to allow you to create your profile and to register on Deskare. You can, if you wish, complete other sections of your profile (profile picture). This information is optional - Data about your interaction with Deskare: If you report a problem, request help or exercise your rights, we will process the information you provide. In addition, if there is reasonable doubt about your age, we may ask you to verify your age and request the following information from you;- Data about your activity on Deskare: when you use Deskare, we may collect and process information such as when you registered, when you last logged in, your interactions with our application pages, in order to understand and improve the user experience on the Deskare application.- Content-related data: the profile picture you choose to upload on your profile will be visible to all users. Be careful what you share with others and remember that all users can record the content you share and there is nothing we can do to prevent this.- Device and hardware data: we collect information from and about the devices and hardware you use to access Deskare, such as IP address, device type, advertising ID (e.g., Google AAID and Apple IDFA, both of which are randomly generated numbers that you can reset by going to your device settings), bugs, app version and language, operating system, etc.- Cameras and photos: in order to send and upload photos from your device, you must give us permission to access them.
We collect, use and store your Personal Data to process your requests, manage our relationship and your use of Deskare, optimize our services and tools to create and maintain a secure environment, and fulfill our legal obligations, as explained below.Management of our relationship and access to Deskare
The data we collect is intended only for internal use by Deskare and our partners and service providers.Only certain managers and authorized employees of Deskare will process your personal data for the purposes mentioned above, and they are only allowed to access data that is strictly necessary for the performance of their work. Deskare may also enter into an agreement with authenticated and trusted service providers and partners who may access and/or process users' personal data and who ensure that such data will remain secure and confidential in accordance with this Policy.These service providers and partners help us to operate and improve Deskare, in particular with regard to data hosting, studies, analyses and statistics, the use and/or operation of the application, targeted advertising, the fight against user age fraud and the support requested by users.Finally, the data we process may be transmitted to the police and to judicial and administrative authorities in order to enable us to fulfil our legal obligations.
The Personal Data of the Deskare Users are kept on servers located in the European Union. In the event that transfers are made to countries outside the European Union, they are carried out under the guarantee of standard contractual clauses as published by the European Commission.
Deskare ensures that your data is treated in a secure and confidential manner, including in the case where certain operations are carried out by partners. Consequently, appropriate technical and organizational measures are implemented to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration and deletion of your Personal Data. Nevertheless, the "zero risk" does not exist on the Internet and we cannot guarantee 100% the security of your Personal Data. That is why it is important to inform us immediately if you think you have been a victim of an attack on your Personal Data, by writing to us here.
You have the right to access your Personal Data and to request that it be corrected, completed or updated. You can also request that your Data be deleted (or you can delete your account in the "Settings" section of the application), refuse the processing of your Data, or request that it be limited under the terms of applicable law. You may request to exercise your right to data portability, i.e., your right to receive your Personal Data in a frequently used structured format and your right to send such data to another processor. As stated in Section 3 above, your data is processed with your consent and you can withdraw your consent at any time by going to "Settings".You also have the right to give instructions on how your Personal Data should be used after your death. In order to exercise your rights, you will be asked to produce proof of your identity of any kind. You may submit your request by sending a letter or e-mail to Deskare@bufu.app or on Deskare in the "Support" section. We will do our best to comply with your requests, but please remember that this right is not unlimited and must be exercised in accordance with the conditions of the applicable legislation. Any request to exercise your rights must be reasonable. If necessary, we will explain why we are unable to comply with your request. For any other complaints, please contact the competent national data protection authority.