Weenat | Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Updated on 25 February 2022

1.    General

The company WEENAT, as defined below has always been concerned about protecting your personal data (“Data” below).

This is why your  Data as defined below are treated in a secure manner and in accordance with EU Regulation no. 2016/679 of the European Parliament and Council of 27 April 2016 relating to the Protection of Natural Persons in regard to the treatment of personal Data and the free movement of this Data (GDPR) and with all applicable French regulations in particular Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to computing, files and freedoms as amended (LIL).

This document is intended to present to you the processing that WEENAT carries out on your Data particularly as part of using the Weenat app and the website https://weenat.com.

2.    Controller and contact

  • WEENAT, a simplified joint-stock company registered at the RCS Nantes under number 803 450 287

Postal address: 2, impasse Thérèse Bertrand-Fontaine 44,300 Nantes – France

  • Point of contact for protecting your Data:

You may at any time contact the point of contact for protecting your Data by sending an email to the contact address rgpd@weenat.com or by post to the address 2, impasse Thérèse Bertrand-Fontaine 44300 Nantes – France.

You will receive a reply from the point of contact at the earliest possible date and a maximum of 30 days from the date of receipt of your request or if applicable, from the date of receipt of proof of your identity.


3.    Legal grounds for processing and Purposes

WEENAT carries out processing on Data, principally collection, recording, organization, structuring, retention, use and circulation.

You will find below the table of purposes and legal grounds authorizing WEENAT to process your Data in this manner (article 6 of the GDPR).


Grant user license for Weenat app and access to data from your sensors In performance of a contract (see General Terms and Conditions of Use or GTCUs)
Improve your navigation of the Weenat app in performance of a contract (see General Terms and Conditions of Use or GTCUs)
Respond to your requests for information in particular via the various contact forms present on the website weenat.com

– for clients in performance of a contract (see General Terms and Conditions of Use or GTCUs)

– for prospective clients: prior consent

Promote and spread WEENAT’s activities: holding events and conferences, arranging client canvassing, sending you information/news about WEENAT events and new products, etc. Legitimate interests
Respond to your requests based on exercising your rights (Article 9 below) Legal commitment (chapter III of GDPR “Rights of the person concerned)


4.    The Data affected by various processing

WEENAT may collect and process clients’ and prospective clients’ Data.

Only the Data required for the purposes of the processing concerned (article 3 above) are subject to processing.

Some data are collected directly from you or indirectly, others automatically.

1. Data collected directly from you

Consent to treat your Data is acquired directly and explicitly from you. You may at any time exercise your rights as described in article 9 below.

In the event that your Data are collected by means of a form, you will be informed of the obligatory or optional nature of the information next to the fields concerned by the presence of an asterisk (*).


Person concerned by the processing Data that may be collected

– identity: first name, surname

– associated company or business

– position if applicable

– professional contact details: email address, postal address, phone number

Prospective clients

– identity: first name, surname

– associated company or business

– professional contact details: email address, postal address, phone number

– information on prospective client request – contents of commercial proposal

Internet users requesting information via forms on the website weenat.com

– identity: first name, surname

– associated company or business

– professional contact details: email address, professional phone numbers

– any comments



– first name, surname

– email

– CV and motivational letter


2. Data collected indirectly

When Data are collected indirectly, WEENAT informs you from the first linking that you may request for your Data to be deleted from WEENAT’s database.


3. Data collected automatically

WEENAT may automatically collect Data relating to your connection:

  • once you connect to the website weenat.com (see cookies on the website)
  • once you use your Identifier to gain access to the Weenat app: connection data (date and time, context of event, name of event).


5.    Recipients of Data


The Data collected are received by:

  • WEENAT as publisher of the Weenat app
  • Subcontracting companies on which WEENAT may call on as part of performance of services and only to the extent required for accomplishing the tasks entrusted to them. In particular:
  • For the website weenat.com, OVH SAS subsidiary of the company OVH Groupe SAS, a company registered at the RCS Lille under number 537 407 926 located at 2, rue Kellermann, 59100 Roubaix.
  • For the Weenat app, Amazon Web Services SARL, French branch 31 place des Corolles, tour Carpe Diem, 92400 Courbevoie, France


WEENAT ensures that its staff and subcontractors respect the regulations in force relating to Data as well as this Data protection policy.

WEENAT requires its subcontractors and staff to pay particular attention to Data confidentiality and security.


6.    Duration of Data retention


We retain your Data for as long as we are required to do so under the legislation in force and by the purposes defined above.

You will find the retention durations for your Data below.


  Data Duration of retention
Client management Project Leader Data (see article 4 above) The entire duration of the contractual relationship
Managing prospective clients Prospective client Data (see article 4 above) 3 years from the end of the commercial relationship or last contact
Data from connecting to the Weenat app and cookies IP address, date, time and length of each connection or further information allowing the recipient of a communication to be identified. 13 months from collection
Candidate management (see article 4 above) 2 years from the candidature submission date


When you have stopped using our services, we may store your Data in aggregate or anonymized form.

Notwithstanding the above, we may also retain your Data as reasonably necessary in order to comply with our legal obligations, enable ourselves to resolve and plead in disputes, and enforce our agreements.


7.    Data security and storage

WEENAT pledges to ensure the security and confidentiality of your Data in accordance with the law, that is, requiring an adequate level of protection as recommended by the CNIL [National Commission for Data Protection and Liberties].

WEENAT regularly tests its internal procedures both in case of a physical or technical incident in order to protect you and to maintain an optimal level of reactivity and effectiveness. 

However, in light of the structure of the Internet and networks, WEENAT cannot commit to ensuring security. Where a security flaw is detected that may cause an increased risk to your rights and freedoms, WEENAT pledges to inform you at the earliest possible date and as far as possible, use its best endeavors to neutralize the intrusion and minimize impacts.

WEENAT regularly implements safeguards on your Data in order to limit the impact of a security flaw.


8.    Location of your Data

Your Data are hosted on servers located in France.

If this should change, WEENAT pledges that your Data will not leave the territory of the European Union.


9.    Exercising your rights

 You have the right to access the Data that we hold about you and to correct, update, adjust, delete, erase, or modify in any other way your Data once they are inaccurate or have been treated in violation of the regulations in force regarding Data protection.

You may also exercise your right to portability.

To exercise your rights, you may send an electronic message to WEENAT’s GDPR point of contact (see article 2 above).

In doing so, your request shall be accompanied by the elements necessary to identify you (surname, first name, email) as well as any other information necessary to confirm your identity. If in doubt, WEENAT may request from you a copy of your identity card in accordance with the provisions of the applicable regulations.

WEENAT pledges to consider the exercise of your rights at the earliest possible date except in the case that the law or a legitimate reason compels it to retain some part of your Data.

WEENAT reserves the option to invoice for the actual costs connected to your request within the limits enacted by the LIL.

In accordance with article 40-1 of the LIL, you may communicate to us the instructions that you wish to be applied for managing your personal data after your death. The instructions may be sent to rgpd@weenat.com.

In case of an unsatisfactory response, you can file a complaint with the National Commission for Data Protection and Liberties (CNIL): https://www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes.

For more information on personal data, you can visit the CNIL website: https://www.cnil.fr


10. Amendment of the privacy policy

WEENAT reserves the right to amend this document in particular to conform with the legal and legislative provisions applicable in this area. WEENAT will update it on the App, once it comes into force

WEENAT will make commercially reasonable efforts to inform all users in general of substantial amendments to this personal Data protection policy, in particular through a notice on the App.

Nonetheless, you must consult this policy regularly. In order to facilitate your monitoring, we will update the date of the “Last update” indicated at the start of this document, which reflects the effective date of our Data protection policy.

Your continued access to our services or use of them after the update date is understood as acceptance on your part.