Terms of Use and Privacy Policy


This website https://solal.co is the property of Solal Media Ltd.
The website is published by Solal Media Ltd (company registration number 12516859) registered in England and Wales. Our registered office is located at: 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, United Kingdom, N1 7GU

Publication Director

Sami Jemni as CEO of Solal.


7 place de la Gare
BP 70109 – 57201 Sarreguemines Cedex
Capital 100 000
RCS Sarreguemines B 431 303 775
SIRET 431 303 775 000 16

This document is our privacy policy for the website:
https://solal.co (the “Website”).

This website is owned by Solal Media Ltd, which is responsible for controlling your personal data that we collect when you visit and use this website, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (commonly referred to as “GDPR” and hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”).

Solal Media Ltd, may be referred to as “Solal”, “we” or “our”.

Below you will find information about our company:
Registration number: 12516859 in England and Wales
Address: 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, United Kingdom, N1 7GU

If you have any questions regarding this privacy policy, we will be happy to answer them. Here is the information to contact us:
Attention: Data Protection Officer, Solal Media Ltd, 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, United Kingdom, N1 7GU
Email: contact@solal.co

Please read this privacy notice before you start using our website, as it will apply to your use of the website.

By using the website, you confirm that you accept the terms of this privacy statement. You should also read this privacy statement if we have entered into a communication, as it applies to all personal data that we collect from you during our interactions.

This privacy notice may change, so please review it regularly to ensure that you are still in agreement with its terms in the use of your personal data.
This version of the privacy notice was posted on: 10/15/2020.

Our website may contain links to other websites, but please note that these websites are not covered by this privacy statement. If you visit other websites, the owners of those websites may collect and use your personal data. You should therefore familiarize yourself with the privacy policies they publish and for which we cannot take any responsibility.

What is “personal data”?

According to the GDPR, “personal data” is defined as: “Any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person;

An identifiable natural person is a person who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, a place of location, an online identifier or one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of this natural person ”.

Therefore, “personal data” includes, among others, your name, address, telephone number, e-mail address and any other information that could be used to identify you, either alone or with other information. It may also include other, less obvious identifiers, such as your IP address and cookie data.

What personal data will Solal collect when I use this website?

By using this website:

  • We may collect personal data that you provide to us by filling out forms on this website. They can include things such as your name (including title), address, phone number, date of birth, email address, job title, and details about your business. In any case, the personal data that we collect from you will be presented to you as you complete the corresponding form, as we will only collect the personal data that you submit to us and which are specifically requested.

In certain circumstances, certain data fields will be marked with an asterisk (*), this means that we require that this personal data is imperatively provided. For those that are not marked with an asterisk, we do not need this personal data, but if you send it to us, we will collect it automatically;

  • We may collect personal data which may be included in CVs, cover letters or other documents uploaded and / or sent to our website;
  • We may collect personal data that you provide to us when you communicate with us for any reason. Again, it is difficult to say what personal data this may be, but we will collect all the information contained in your communication and, since this is under your control, you will be able to identify what it is. For example, if you communicate with us by email, we will collect your email address as a minimum;
  • You will automatically download a “cookie” (you can learn more about “cookies” below);
  • We will automatically collect your IP address

Why does Solal collect and use my personal data?

We may use your personal data in several ways. These are set out below:


On certain occasions, we may use your personal data because you have consented to us to do so, in the following contexts:

  1. To provide you with certain media, such as a newsletter or a report,
  2. We may share your personal data with a third party to send you marketing materials, for example.
  3. When you are in the process of being recruited for a permanent or temporary position with us.

Whenever you have given your consent, we will use your personal data only for the purpose that we specified to you when you gave us your consent.

In any case, you will always have the option to withdraw your consent at any time. To do so, please contact us by post, e-mail or telephone, as indicated above, or, if applicable, follow the unsubscribe instructions contained in our communication materials (for example, an unsubscribe link).

Please note that our actions are guided by your consent, so if for example we use your email address to send you a newsletter, if you withdraw your consent, you will no longer be able to receive the newsletter.

Legitimate interest

We may use your personal data as set out below for your legitimate interest:

  1. To respond to correspondence you send us and to respond to inquiries you made to us
  2. To analyze, evaluate and improve the products and services we offer you,
  3. To conduct research and analysis on our products and services (for example, through customer surveys), so that we can better understand our business and your needs,
  4. Since we are engaged with you in the course of our activities, for example as a customer, supplier, real or potential partner, in the absence of a contractual relationship or an obligation,
  5. To contact you with relevant information after we have provided a service to you, or you have attended one of our events. We will only contact you for our own services or for events in which we participate,
  6. To contact you from time to time for business purposes if we have obtained your business contact details from ourselves, through our business network, from a public service, or because you have registered for one from our mailing lists or you have downloaded one of our reports,
  7. To notify you of updates to our terms and conditions and policies,
  8. To keep you informed of the permanent or temporary positions that we have to fill;
  9. To protect ourselves, protect our website and our computer systems from damage.

In any case, you always have the right to oppose it by considering your personal data as legitimate interests.

To do so, please contact us by mail, email or phone as indicated above. In the event that you object to the use of your personal data as above, we will consider this request and communicate our decision to you.

In certain circumstances, we may refuse to stop using your personal data, then we will explain to you why and you will always have the right to challenge our decision. Regardless, we will always stop using your personal data for marketing purposes once you have objected to it.

Contractual return

We may use your personal data for the purpose of concluding a contract with you, for example, to provide services to you as a customer or supplier.

Legal obligation

We may use your personal data in order to comply with legal requirements incumbent on us as a company.

What are “cookies”?

Cookies are small files that are automatically sent to your computer, smartphone or other device from a web server when you visit a particular website.
Our website uses cookies just like most others, we specifically use Google Analytics which, through cookies, helps us analyze how visitors use our website.

All devices can block or delete cookies, which can be done by activating certain settings in your browser, however this will depend on your device and the browser you are using.

If you would like more information about cookies, including how to block or delete them, you can do so by visiting:

  • allaboutcookies.org
  • youronlinechoices.eu
  • google.co.uk /policies /technologies /cookies
  • https://www.cnil.fr/fr/site-web-cookies-et-autres-traceurs

Who do you share my personal data with?

We will never share your personal data with third parties for business or personal purposes without your consent, without this being required as part of a contractual obligation between us or without being subject to a legal obligation.

However, we use services from third party providers for our business such as, among others: web hosting, web security, web analytics, data storage, data backup, recruiting and email service.

We take steps to ensure that our third party service providers who process your personal data comply with applicable data protection laws and protect your personal data and in all cases such third parties are limited in their ability to use your personal data if it is not other than to provide a service to us.

Due to the nature of these service providers, which often operate in the “cloud”, your personal data may be used or stored outside the EU.

Whenever we transfer your personal data outside of the EU, it will only be to a country which has been considered by the European Commission to guarantee an adequate level of data protection or, if not, to use standard privacy clauses regarding data.

If you have any questions regarding international transfers, please contact us by post, email or phone as set out above and we would be happy to confirm whether a transfer has been made based on a decision of the European Commission or of data protection. We will not keep your personal data in an identifiable format for longer than is reasonably necessary to fulfill the purposes for which we collected it.

If we collect and use your personal data with your consent, we will retain your data until you withdraw that consent, unless we have a legal or contractual obligation to keep it longer.

How to manage my personal data?

At any time while we are in possession or using your personal data, you have the following rights:

  1. Right of access – You have the right to request a copy of the personal data we hold;
  2. Right to rectification – You have the right to correct any personal data we hold about you that is inaccurate or incomplete;
  3. Right to be forgotten – In certain circumstances, you may request that the personal data we hold about you be erased from our records;
  4. Right to restriction of processing – in certain circumstances you have the right to restrict our use of your personal data;
  5. Right of portability – In certain circumstances, you have the right to transfer the personal data we hold about you to another organization;
  6. Right to object – You have the right to object to certain uses of your personal data, for example in the context of direct marketing actions;
  7. Right to object to automated processing, including profiling – you have the right not to be subject to a decision based only on automated processing, including profiling.

You will be asked for a reasonable identification request if you exercise any of your rights above.

To exercise your rights, please contact us by mail, email or phone, as indicated above.

Please note that you have the right to notify the CNIL of a violation of your personal data at any time at the following address: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/notifier-une-violation-de-donnees-personnelles