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Gymlib and the European Union General Regulations on Data Protection
Gymlib and the European Union General Regulations on Data Protection

What is Gymlib's commitment to data confidentiality?

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What is Gymlib's commitment to data confidentiality?

The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on May 25 2018 and has impacted the way companies collect and store personal data. Gymlib welcomes this opportunity and is committed to protecting the personal data used in our databases and in the products you benefit from. Gymlib ensures that we, our customers and our suppliers fulfill our obligations regarding this data.

What is GDPR?

GDPR is a privacy law that harmonises and modernizes the data protection requirements of all countries in the EU and is designed to improve the way organizations process personal data. This is a law aimed at protecting the rights of natural persons on the territory of the EU.

Although there are many new requirements and some are being tightened up, the basic principles remain unchanged. New rules have significantly broadened the definition of personal data, as well as its scope to include all companies, even those based outside the European Union, when collecting personal information about natural persons residing in Europe. Our position, our obligations and our responsibilities to you are set out in the confidentiality and data protection statements available on this site.

What will change for the client or the partner?

If you are a customer and have not yet received it, we will send you our new data processing terms shortly to ensure that we and our customers comply with our respective obligations under the GDPR. Please read it and return it to us as soon as possible.

If you are a partner, you will receive the updated privacy statement shortly. Please read it carefully and contact us if you have any questions.

Resources dedicated to the GDPR:

We have a team of specialists working across Europe with key business functions to ensure that GDPR compliance is implemented and that we meet the requirements of the French CNIL (Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés). We manage and protect your data efficiently and work on an ambitious privacy strategy by design. The main areas we work on are:

  • Update data processing agreements with suppliers and ensure subcontractors are in compliance with our privacy policy.

  • Formally document the privacy practices we have in place to comply with the stricter documentation requirements.

  • Update and dissemination of terms and conditions and contracts with our customers.

  • Improve processes, services and products with privacy-enhancing initiatives to help us meet our obligations.

This document provides information about the GDPR and how it affects customers, prospects, partners and all things in our field.

However, if you have more specific questions that are not answered here, please contact

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