8. Personal data protection
In general, the Roland-Garros website does not collect any personal data. You can consult the Roland-Garros website and use its services and features without revealing your identity or communicating any personal information about yourself.
However, depending on your actions (acceptance or not of cookies), some data about you may be collected automatically on the Roland-Garros website (see the paragraph on cookies below).
The purposes of these cookies are detailed hereinabove in section 3 “purpose of the cookies used”.
The processing of your personal data collected by cookies that require your consent is based on your consent. As for the processing of your data collected by cookies that do not require your consent, it is based on the FFT’s legitimate interest in ensuring the proper functioning of its website.
The data collected by the cookies used on the Website shall be communicated to authorised personnel of the FFT and to is sub-contractors.
Your data shall not be transferred outside of the European Union.
Cookies shall never be conserved for longer than is necessary to fulfil the cookie’s purpose and, in any event, no longer than 13 months. The data collected by the cookies will be conserved for a maximum of 25 months.
You can withdraw your consent at any time from the management module by clicking on the “Privacy center” that is accessible from each page footer of the Website.
You have the right to access, rectify and delete your data, as well as the portability of said data and a right to limit processing.
You also have the right to refuse to the processing of your personal data on the legal basis of the FFT’s legitimate interests, at any time, for reasons pertaining to your particular situation.
You also have the right to formulate specific and general instructions pertaining to the conservation, deletion and communication of your personal data after your death. The exercise of your rights and the communication of your specific post-mortem instructions can be carried out by email at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requests pertaining to the exercise of your rights can be addressed to the FFT’s Data Protection Officer at the following email address: email@example.com, or at the following postal address: Fédération Française de Tennis, for the attention of the Data Protection Officer, Stade Roland-Garros – 2, avenue Gordon-Bennett – 75016 Paris.
You can also contact the FFT, in its capacity as Data Controller:
- Address of the registered office: Stade Roland-Garros – 2, avenue Gordon-Bennett – 75016 Paris
- Tel.: 01 47 43 48 00
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You have the right to bring a claim before the Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés, the competent supervisory located at 3, place de Fontenoy 75007 Paris.