Your use of our Services makes it likely that we collect and process data necessary to the proper functioning of the Application and to the supply of the Services. It can be information you share with us directly, or data we collect automatically.
When you use our Services, you are required to share some information, some of which may serve to identify you. When you communicate this information, you accept that some of it will be visible to the other Members of the Application, and therefore be made public on the Application. In an effort to help you identify this information easily, it is signaled as “public” below. BIGBEE cannot be held liable for data published on its platform and disclosed by a Member. However, the information not marked as Public will not be visible or accessible by other Members. The information you share contains the following data:
Registration data: this is the basic data that is necessary for you to register and access our Services. This data is collected by BIGBEE from Facebook, via Facebook Connect, to simplify the process. When you click on “Facebook Connect”, you let Facebook share this data with us. This identity data is:
• Your photo (public): this is, at least, your public Facebook profile picture. You then have the option of removing this photo and/or adding other photos to your Account from your Facebook account or smartphone.
• Your birthdate (public): only your age, as deduced from the birthday, will be visible to other members. You can also hide your age.
• Your first name (public)
• Your last name (private)
Sharing this information is mandatory. If you do not share it, BIGBEE will not be able to supply the Services offered in the Application and you will not be able to create an account.
When you use our services and features, we collect information regarding your activity on the Application:
Activity data: when you access our Services and use the Application and its features, data on the way you use them may be collected and processed. More specifically, this includes your registration date and last connection. Location Data (geolocation): the Application’s main value and purpose is to allow Members to connect with other Members anywhere on the map. You will be asked to authorize the collection and processing of your location data to allow BIGBEE to share your location on the map with other Members who agreed to be geolocated.
BIGBEE can, if you deliberately agree, access your position, to display it anonymously to others Members on the map. This position (displayed on the map with blue dots) is meant to let others Members know that there is Member’s activity somewhere on the map. You are free to withdraw your consent at any time and disable your smartphone’s geolocation option. If you choose to do so, your map will no longer be updated.
Data on the use of the messaging service: sent messages are stored on BIGBEE’s servers exclusively, to provide the Service to allow Members to have a conversation. Messages and photos/videos message are strictly private and only implicate the Members involved. BIGBEE’s authorized managers do not hold or exercise any rights to view these conversations, except in cases of judicial request, and/or in compliance with legislative or administrative dispositions. Additionally, Messages are strictly private and are not accessible to other Members not involved in the conversation, nor to any third party.
Device and equipment data: we collect information from the devices and equipment you use to access our Services, including server logs, which may contain information like IP addresses, version of the application, mobile model, mobile ID, language used, operating system, application crashes.
The data collected by BIGBEE allows us to provide the Services and make sure the Application is running smoothly, which it is contractually obligated to do, in virtue of the contract biding us with the Members (Terms of Service). Your data is therefore processed for the following purposes:
1. Creating and managing your Member Account (including managing access to the Services and the customer or support services);
2. Geolocating to show other Members on the map;
3. Managing and storing messages exchanged between Members;
4. Sending information messages regarding the Services or your interactions with other Members (notifications);
5. Sending BIGBEE newsletters along with messages;
The data collected is also necessary to BIGBEE fulfilling its legitimate interests (improving and optimizing its services, along with gaining a better knowledge of its Members and the ways in which they use the Services) and allow the company to run statistical studies, satisfaction surveys, and marketing analyses relating to the use of the Application and Services by the Members. As the data processing relies on the consent of Members to have their data processed, they can withdraw it at any time; withdrawal of the consent does not affect processing carried out before the withdrawal. BIGBEE may process Members’ personal data in response to a legal request (search warrant, court order, or the like) or to comply with its legal, regulatory, judicial, or administrative obligations. Lastly, BIGBEE can process your personal data to uncover or prevent fraudulent activities or breaches to the Service’s safety, in compliance with the law, or analyze reports of Members displaying a behavior breaching the Terms of Service.
In compliance with the French Data Protection Act of January 6th, 1978 (Loi Informatique et Libertés), and the GDPR, every Member has a right to access, rectify, and a right to data portability and removal of his/her personal data, along with a right to contest or limit processing of his/her personal data, and the right to decide on the way to handle the personal data after his/her death. In an effort to address its Members’ concerns, HAPPN commits to respecting the protection of personal data and to process requests as soon as possible. A Member can exercise his/her rights, granted he/she can prove his/her identity, by sending a letter or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by exercising his/her rights directly on the Application.
For any other claim, the Member may lodge a claim with the national authority responsible for the protection of data.
• The right to access allows a Member to ask BIGBEE for data pertaining to him/her in an accessible format, based on Article 39 of the French Data Protection Act (Loi Informatique et Libertés), and article 15 of the GDPR.
• The right to correct grants a Member the right to demand BIGBEE corrects, adds to, updates or removes any personal data on him/her that is inaccurate, incomplete, ambiguous, out-of-date, or whose use, communication or storage is prohibited based on Article 40 of the French Data Protection Act (Loi Informatique et Libertés), and article 16 of the GDPR. You can modify or rectify your information directly on the Application. You just need to go on your profile and make changes directly in the sections “My photos”. To change your first name, age, go to your Facebook page and update the “About me – contact and basic info” section of your profile.
The right to data portability grants a Member the right to receive the personal data he/she gave to BIGBEE, in a structured, commonly used format, legible on a machine, and to forward them to another processing entity, in compliance with article 20 of the GDPR.
• The right to contest grants a Member the right to contest, free of charge and at his/her own discretion, the use of his/her data by BIGBEE for prospection, especially commercial, and to the processing based on BIGBEE’s legitimate interest, in compliance with Article 38 of the French Data Protection Act (Loi Informatique et Libertés), and article 21 of the GDPR.
The right to delete grants a Member the right to demand the removal, free of charge and at his/her own discretion, of the data transmitted to BIGBEE, within the limits of the rights based on article 17 of the GDPR.
The right for the Member to set the guidelines for the retention, deletion and communication of his/her personal data after his/her death, in compliance Article 40-1 of the French Data Protection Act (Loi Informatique et Libertés).
These rights may only be exercised within the limits of BIGBEE’s resources as it relates to its use of Facebook Connect. Some of the data is sent to BIGBEE by Facebook Connect and cannot be corrected without Facebook's assistance. The Member can also rectify most of his/her personal data, at his/her own initiative, on the Application itself.
BIGBEE will store the Member's data for as long as required in order for the Member to use his/her Account, namely:
• For the length of the Member’s enrollment, plus one year;
• For the length of the reporting, to process a report on fraudulent behavior;
• For three years when the account is suspended, in compliance with article 16.4 of the Terms of Service;
Furthermore, please note that in accordance with its status as a hosting provider, BIGBEE has a legal obligation to retain some of its Members' personal data for a period of one year based on Article 6, II of the French Trust in the Digital Economy Act (Loi pour la Confiance dans l’Économie Numérique) of 21 June 2004.
BIGBEE undertakes to make every effort and to invest all means at its disposal to guarantee that the stored data is as secure as possible. However, it is the Member's responsibility to take appropriate measures to protect his/her data. BIGBEE shall not collect data from minors. Should a Member lie about his/her date of birth, and particularly if he/she fraudulently claims to be over 18 years of age, the parents of the minor in question should inform BIGBEE of this by sending an e-mail to the address mentioned in article 9, requesting the data to be deleted. BIGBEE commits to deleting all data on the minor in question as soon as possible.
When registering, the Member expressly consents to his/her data being transmitted to BIGBEE’s service providers and subcontractors outside the European Union, to let BIGBEE run statistical studies, support members, and if need be, host data processed by the Application. BIGBEE guarantees that the transfers are made under conditions ensuring the confidentiality and security of the data and providing an adequate level of protection in compliance with regulations (notably the examples of contractual clauses provided by the European Commission)
• by sending an e-mail to our contact e-mail address email@example.com
• by sending a letter to the following address: For the Representative for data protection - 104 rue du Marius Aufan 92300 Levallois – France.