Privacy and Cookie Policy

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1. Definitions

Website: website published and run by Magenta accessible for free at the following address:

Magentapp”  Mobile Application or the Application: mobile application published and run by Magenta accessible for free on iOS ( and Android (

User: any physical person who accesses and/or uses the Application and/or the Website.

2. Data Collection and Processing

The Website and the Application are published by Magenta, a professional limited liability company, registered on Paris Trade and Companies Register under number D 510 490 113 and having its registered office at 30, avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, 75008 Paris.

In the scope of its professional activities and running the Website and the Application, Magenta collects and processes data (the “Data“) on Users in accordance with applicable French and European rules on personal data protection, including inter alia Regulation (EU) 2016-679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (the “GDPR”) and French Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to information technology, files and freedoms (“Data Protection Act“) (hereinafter the “Applicable Rules“).

3. Effective Date and Amendments

3.1. This privacy policy (the “Privacy Policy”) came into force on 6 October 2023.

3.2. Magenta reserves the right to amend the Privacy Policy at any time in accordance with the terms and conditions laid down in the Terms of Use of the Website and the “Magentapp” Mobile Application. In this case, the updated version of this Privacy Policy will be added to the Website and the Application specifying the date of the last update.

By continuing to use the Website and the Application, the User acknowledges that they accept that the amended Privacy Policy applies.

4. Information for Users

Magenta informs Users in this Privacy Policy regarding the purposes of the Data processing (the “Processing“) that it carries out and presents the rights available to Users under the Applicable Rules.

To the extent strictly necessary and limited to running the Website, the Application and associated features, Magenta may collect personal data from Users of the Application and/or the Website:

5. Data undergoing one or more Processing operations

In the scope of its activities and running the Website and the Application, Magenta may directly collect and process the following Data from Users:

  • Data that may be collected on the Website


-Data on exchanges with the “Contact” Service and/or “Recruitment” Service: messages/conversations and any documents provided in this context (in particular, last name and first name, email address and telephone number, content of exchanges, where applicable).


  • Data that may be collected on the “Magentapp” Mobile Application


-Data required to create an account on the “Magentapp” Mobile Application: last name and first name, email address and telephone number, password, company name.


  • In any event, Magenta may collect some Data on the User’s browsing history on the Website and on the “Magentapp” Mobile Application (please read the Cookie Policy for more details):


-Some cookies (Google Analytics and social media sharing buttons to LinkedIn).


Magenta may also indirectly collect some data provided by Users of the “Magentapp” Mobile Application when they add a contact person for a dawn raid: last name and first name, position in the company, email address and telephone number.

Data collected by Magenta is strictly necessary and limited to the objectives sought by the Processing.

6. Legal Basis for the Data Processing

In accordance with the Applicable Rules, the legal bases for the Data Processing are as follows:

  • Magenta’s legitimate interest;
  • Contract for some Processing operations.

Details on browsing data are set out in the Cookie Policy. Please refer to this policy.

7. Purposes of the Data Processing

Magenta processes Personal Data collected for the following purposes:

  • Magenta’s legitimate interest, including:

-Processing information requests and complaints: responding to all questions and information requests on the Service and/or Data Processing, handling any complaints and resolving any disputes;

  • Compiling anonymous statistics;
  • Improving the quality of services provided by Magenta.
  • Contract:

-Processing applications for employment opportunities at Magenta received by the “Recruitment” Service: studying and processing applications received via the dedicated services.

8. Data Exchange / Transfer

Data will not lead to interconnections or exchanges other than as necessary to fulfil the purposes of the Processing and will not be reused for other purposes.
Data will not be transferred within or outside the European Union, will not be sold, exchanged or assigned to third parties, in any way whatsoever.

9. Data Controller

Magenta acts as Data Controller.

Magenta may be contacted by post at the following address: 30, avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt – 75008 Paris and/or by email at:

The data protection officer (the “DPO”) may be contacted by email at: or by post at the following address: Magenta – 30, avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, Paris 75008 – France.

10. Recipients of the Data Processing

With a view to fulfilling the purposes of the Processing, Magenta needs authorised persons to be able to process this Data.  In particular, the recipients authorised to process Data are the Partners and Counsel at Magenta and, for specific Processing operations, the following persons:

  • Job application processing: the persons in charge of human resources management at Magenta;
  • Data that may be collected on the “Magentapp” Mobile Application: Contact Service.

11. Data Security

Magenta uses human and technical resources to ensure Data security.

For more information on the Data security measures implemented to ensure Data security, please contact the Data Controller by email at:

12. Storage Period of the Data Processing

Data may not be stored after the strict storage period required for the purposes sought by the Processing.

For Data provided in the scope of exchanges with the “Contact” Service on the Website or the Application, such Data will be stored for at most three (3) years after the last contact with the prospect, except in the case of a complaint.  In the latter case, the storage periods laid down for this type of situation and described in the paragraph below will be applied.

In the event of a negative outcome to a job application, the Data provided to the “Recruitment” Service will be stored for two (2) years after the last contact, unless the candidate asks for their personal data to be deleted.

In the event of a complaint by a Data Subject, the Data covered by the complaint will be stored for the period required for the complaint handling process.  If Data is necessary to establish proof of a right, it will be stored during the legal limitation period, which will start on the date on which the request was processed.

Data on the identity provided by the User when exercising their right to access, rectify and object to processing is stored for twelve (12) months after the request.

At the end of the storage period, the Data will then be destroyed or anonymised.

13. Rights of Data Subjects

In accordance with the Applicable Rules, each User benefits from the following rights in relation to their personal Data and based on their specific situation: right to access, object to and restrict processing, withdraw consent at any time, rectify, delete and data portability.

These rights may be exercised by contacting the DPO in charge of complaints relating to Data Processing on request and on production of proof of identity.  Requests may be sent by post to the following address:  Magenta – 30, avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, Paris 75008 – France or by email to:

In this case, the User will receive a response from the DPO within one (1) month after receipt of the request, which may be extended by two (2) months in view of the complexity and volume of requests. The User will accordingly be informed regarding the extension of the time limit and reasons for the extension within one (1) month after their request.

Any User may send a complaint to the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) if they consider that their rights have not been respected:

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