Privacy Policy

Responsible for the collection of personal data

The participant provides personal information by an online registration. Mandatory fields are indicated as such in the forms. Missions Publiques undertakes to ensure that the collection and processing of your data is carried out in a lawful, fair and transparent manner, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR”) and the amended Computer and Freedoms Act of 1978 (“CLA”).

The data of the participants collected by Missions Publiques (RCS Paris B419739677) are processed by Missions Publiques, its partners (the cities hosting the debates and the national organizers), local recruitment agencies (if needed by the cities) and the Sphinx software in order to allow you to receive communications relating to the debate and your participation, to select the participants according to diversified socio-demographic criterions, and to analyze the results of the debates. Whenever Missions Publiques processes personal data, Missions Publiques takes all reasonable measures to ensure the accuracy and relevance of the personal data with regard to the purposes for which Missions Publiques deals with them.


Purpose of the data collected

Missions Publiques, its partners (the cities hosting the debates and the national organizers), local recruitment agencies (if needed by the cities) and the Sphinx software only use personal data of the participants to set up panels of diversified participants in each forum and provide you with information related to the debate and, if you give your explicit consent, information related to the activity of Missions Publiques.

Missions Publiques will also use the data in the processing and quantitative and qualitative analysis of the results. The data will be publicly used only in the form of statistics without identifying personal data. In accordance with Resolution No 2006-138 of 9 May 2006, the sole purpose of the processing operations is to create and use an address file for information or external communication purposes relating to the purpose or activity pursued by Missions Publiques which carries out the processing operation, excluding any commercial solicitation. By filling this registration form, you agree that Missions Publiques and the Sphinx software may use the connection data for purely statistical purposes.

The data will be stored in a contact file within Missions Publiques and are collected via the Sphinx French Software.


Right of access, rectification and opposition

In accordance with Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 as amended, relating to information technology, files and freedoms, the participant has the following rights:

  • right of access (article 15 RGPD) and rectification (article 16 RGPD), updating, completeness of the data of participants right of locking or erasing data of the participants of a personal nature (article 17 of the RGPD), when they are inaccurate, incomplete, equivocal, out of date, or whose collection, use, communication or preservation is prohibited;
  • right to withdraw consent at any time (article 13-2c GDPR);
  • right to limit the processing of participant’s data (article 18 GDPR);
  • right to oppose the processing of participant’s data (Article 21 GDPR);
  • right to the portability of the data that the participant will have provided, when this data is the subject of automated processing based on their consent or on a contract (article 20 GDPR);
  • right to define the fate of the data of the participant after his/her death and to choose to whom Missions Publiques will have to communicate (or not) its data to a third which they will have previously designated.

As soon as Missions Publiques becomes aware of the death of a participant and in the absence of instructions from him, Missions Publiques undertakes to destroy his/her data, unless their retention proves necessary for probative purposes or to fulfill an obligation legal.


Non-disclosure of personal data

Missions Publiques is prohibited from processing, hosting or transferring the information collected (except to the partners of the debates and to local recruitment agencies) to a country located outside the European Union or recognized as “unsuitable” by the European Commission without informing the client beforehand. However, Missions Publiques remains free from the choice of its technical and commercial subcontractors on the condition that they present sufficient guarantees with regard to the requirements of the General Regulation on Data Protection (RGPD: No. 2016-679).


Incident notification

Missions Publiques undertakes to implement all appropriate technical and organizational measures through physical and logistical security measures to guarantee a level of security appropriate to the risks of accidental, unauthorized or illegal access, disclosure, alteration, loss or destruction of personal data concerning the participant.

In the event that Missions Publiques becomes aware of illegal access to the personal data of the participant stored on its servers or those of Sphinx, or unauthorized access resulting in the realization of the risks identified above, Missions Publiques undertakes to:

  • Notify the participant of the incident as soon as possible if this is likely to create a high risk to his/her rights and freedoms;
  • Examine the causes of the incident;
  • Take the necessary measures within reasonable limits to mitigate the negative effects and harms that may result from the incident.

The commitments defined in the above point cannot be considered as an admission of fault or liability for the occurrence of any incident.


Applicable law and jurisdiction

These rules of confidentiality and personal data protection are governed by French law. It has been written in French. As this text is translated into different languages, the French text alone shall prevail in the event of a dispute.

Any dispute in connection with the use of the data of the Global Debate about Driverless Mobility is subject to French law. Except in cases where the law does not permit, exclusive jurisdiction is conferred on the competent courts of Paris.



If the participant wishes to know how Missions Publiques uses his Personal Data, ask to rectify or oppose their treatment, the participant can contact Missions Publiques in writing to the following address:

35 rue du Sentier – 75002 Paris

The person in charge of the rules of confidentiality and data protection can also be contacted by email at

In this case, the participant must indicate the personal data that he / she would like Missions Publiques to correct, update or delete by identifying himself / herself with a copy of an identity document (identity card or passport).

Requests for the deletion of personal data will be subject to the obligations that are imposed on Missions Publiques by the law, particularly as regards the preservation or archiving of documents. Finally, participants can file a complaint with the supervisory authorities, and in particular the CNIL (