General Data Protection Regulation

Politique de confidentialité et vie privée

Your privacy is important to us.

Therefore, we will process the personal data we obtain from you as a customer or visitor to one of our websites in accordance with applicable data protection regulations, in particular the General Data Protection Regulation. data protection 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 (referred to as “GDPR” or “RGPD”).
This European regulation more strictly frames the processing of personal data, this page summarizes the types of processing applied to the data that you entrust to us in a succinct way, for more information, an e-mail is available: .

Basic principle

SindioSPORT stores and entrusts its data only in Europe or to suppliers outside Europe "GDPR compliant" and in an encrypted manner with regard to personal data, for security reasons, encrypted backups using 2048-bit, 128-loop AES algorithms can be stored outside of Europe.
SindioSPORT makes available to the supervisory authorities, in accordance with the GDPR:
– the processing register;
– data protection impact assessments;
– the framework for data transfers outside the European Union;
– the information notices, the models for obtaining the consent of the persons concerned and the procedures put in place for the exercise of rights;
– contracts with subcontractors, winners of public contracts;
– internal procedures in the event of data breaches;
– proof that the persons concerned have given their consent when the processing of their data is based on this basis.

Statistical data of visitors to company sites

The raw statistical data of visitors, collected by third-party systems allowing, among other things, IP addresses to identify visitors are aggregated as soon as this is realistic in order to only keep trends and will never be for the purpose of tracking the habits of a particular user, which would be against SindioSPORT policy.

The duration of the conversation

The data is only kept for the time necessary to process them and for the purpose entrusted by the user (example: an application will be kept to be resumed during a new selection unless the candidate a contrary request or will be kept for the duration imposed by the unemployment control office in order to be able to meet the legal requirements in this area).

Data processed on behalf of our partners and members

The data processed on behalf of our partners is subject to specific processing by their respective parties, SindioSPORT ensuring that good practices are maintained.


The right to the image derives from the legislation on the protection of privacy and Article 10 of the Law of 30 June 1994 (LDA) on copyright and related rights. According to this legislation, a person's permission must be requested to fix, exhibit, or reproduce his or her image.

Regarding minors, the authorization of the parents or legal guardian is required and, from the moment the person represented has reached the age of reason, the minor must give this consent with his parents or legal guardian.

Right to be forgotten and consulted

Any private person who wishes to obtain copies of the data concerning him/her can request it by sending a registered letter to the company's headquarters, attaching proof of identity.
The same applies to any request for deletion, it being understood that SindioSPORT may, in the event of a request for deletion, aggregate the data of this private person by anonymizing it, among other things if a legal obligation obliges it to do so.

This policy will evolve according to developments in case law and instructions from the privacy protection supervisory authorities. Visit this page regularly.

Cookie Policy

This page is part of our Privacy Policy and describes the use of cookies on our website.

Most websites you visit will use cookies to improve your user experience by allowing that website to "remember" you, either for the duration of your visit (using a "cookie session”), or for your repeated visits (“persistent cookie”). This policy explains our method of use.

Some websites will also use cookies to allow them to target their advertising or marketing messages based, for example, on your place of residence and/or your browsing habits.

What is a cookie ?

Cookies are small data files (usually numbers and letters) that a website places on your computer or mobile device when you first visit it. The cookie will help this website, or another site, to recognize your device the next time you visit. Web beacons or other similar files can also do the same thing. In this policy, we use the term "cookies" to refer to all files that collect information in this way.

Cookies have many functions, such as allowing you to browse more efficiently, storing your preferences and improving your overall experience of a website. Thanks to cookies, the interaction between the website and you is faster and easier. If a website does not use cookies, it will think that you are a new visitor each time you go to a new page on the site — for example, when you enter your username and password and go to a other page, it won't recognize you and you won't be able to stay logged in.
Some cookies contain personal information — for example, if you click "remember me" when logging in, a cookie will store your username. Most cookies will not collect information allowing you to be identified, but rather will collect more general information: how a user arrives at a website, how they use it, or even where a user lives.


This Privacy Policy may be amended from time to time, within the limits of applicable data protection regulations. You will always have access to the most recent version through the QR code and physical copies in documents and on our websites.