NZDating collects personal data when the user registers or when the user provides this information on his own initiative.
Each user agrees to communicate accurate information and to update it.
NZDating takes all measures to ensure the protection, integrity and confidentiality of the personal data that NZDating holds and processes.
NZDating has been the subject of a prior declaration to the National Commission for Data Protection (CNIL) under the number 2021459.
Certain data communicated by users on their own initiative may in particular allow their ethnic origin, nationality, religion and / or sexual orientation to be identified.
By providing his sexual orientation, necessary for the operation of the service, and by accepting the general conditions, the user concerned gives his express and specific consent for the processing and use of this data by NZDating for the duration and for the purposes. defined.
Likewise, by providing photos of themselves, each user gives their express and specific consent to the use of their photos by NZDating for the duration and for the defined purposes.
NZDating reserves the right to record, each time the user connects to the site or calls on its services, information such as the URL, IP address, type and language of the browser, as well as the date and time of the connection, which is expressly accepted by the user.
Photos and any other personal data communicated by users and collected by NZDating can be used:
– To allow NZDating to provide the requested services, including those which result in the display of personalized content and advertising.
– For audit, research, statistics and analysis purposes, in order to optimize the services rendered by NZDating.
The consent thus given by the users implies authorization to NZDating to use third parties for the processing of personal data and photos thus collected, provided that the third party thus chosen by NZDating respects all appropriate confidentiality and security measures.
NZDating partners who receive some of the personal information are listed below:
– Google Analytics
– Google plus
NZDating may keep personal data relating to users for a maximum period of 12 months from the termination of the services.
The member can deactivate his profile, in order to keep his profile without it being visible on the site. In the event of inactivity for more than 3 years, the profile will no longer be visible on the service, and the account will be deleted 12 months later.
In accordance with the law “computing and liberties” n ° 78-17 of January 6, 1978, each user has a right of access to the personal data concerning him, as well as a right of rectification and deletion. This right is exercised by post or e-mail.
In addition, each user can at any time access, correct and delete all or part of his personal information by going to the site: “Settings / Delete my account”
NZDating will communicate nominative information concerning a user in the event of a judicial requisition and to any authority which would carry out verifications or investigations in relation to illegal content and / or services accessible via the Internet or telephone network or with illegal activities.
As a member of NZDating, the user can receive emails at the email address they gave when they registered.
For all so-called “alert” emails informing him about:
– Request contact
– New messages in his mailbox
Profile visits by site members
Flash sent by the members of the site
The user can unsubscribe by going to the Site under the heading: “Settings”.
For punctual emails:
– Weekly newsletter
The user can be deleted from the distribution databases from an unsubscribe link present on each email sent or by contacting NZDating via our contact form.
What is a cookie ?
A “cookie” is a small computer file that the internet browser downloads to your computer. In other words, it is a piece of data stored on your computer. A cookie file allows us to identify the computer on which it is stored and this, during the period of validity of said cookie.
We use three types of cookies, the purposes of which are described below.
Cookies strictly necessary for the operation of the site
These are cookies necessary for browsing NZDating.net (such as session identifiers) which allow you to use the main functionalities of the site and to secure your connection.
They also allow you to adapt the presentation of our site to the display preferences of your computer, giving you smooth and personalized navigation. These cookies therefore allow us to improve your user experience.
These cookies allow us to collect information about how the site is used by our members (for example, to identify the pages that the User opens most often, if he receives error messages for certain pages,… ). These cookies allow us to measure the performance of our site, to establish statistics, to know the traffic and use volumes of the various elements of our site, etc. The information thus collected allows us to improve the general functioning of the site and provide you with an optimized service.
Cookies used by Google Analytics: You can express and revoke your consent by going to this page
Cookies allow us to personalize content and ads, provide social media functionality and analyze our traffic. We also share information about the use of our site with our social media, advertising and analytics partners.
Cookies used by Google Adwords: You can express and revoke your consent by going to this page
How to oppose the registration of cookies?
You can oppose the registration of cookies by configuring your browser as follows:
For Google Chrome:
Choose the “Settings” menu then click on “Show advanced settings”
Click on the “Content settings” button in the “Confidentiality” section
In the “Cookie” section, select the options that suit you
For Microsoft Internet Explorer
Choose the “Tools” menu then “Internet Options”
Click on the “Confidentiality” tab
Select the desired level using the cursor.
For Mozilla Firefox:
Choose the “Tools” menu then “Options”
Click on the “Privacy” icon
Locate the “cookie” menu and select the options that suit you.
For Opera 6 and beyond:
Choose the menu “File” “Preferences”
Choose the “Edit” menu “Preferences”
Click on the option “Personal data”