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Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy

The controller for processing your data is CTZAR, a limited liability company with a capital of EUR 24 000, with headquarters located 1 rue de Metz 75010 Paris, registered with the trade and companies Paris register (le « registre du commerce et des sociétés ») under the number 501 240 634.

We are committed to protecting your personal information, to being transparent about the data we hold and to comply with the applicable legal provisions defined by the Act n°78-17 of 17 January 1978 as well as the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council dated 27 April 2016 (« GDPR »).

The purpose of our privacy policy is to explain clearly and simply why and how we use the information we collect and to detail the rights you have over it and how to exercise them.

1. Relevant Sites

The sites concerned by this privacy policy are the following websites (the « Sites »):

2. Persons concerned

The data processing concerns Influencers who have made some of their personal public data via social networks, once they have been collected by CTZAR. The term “influencer” refers to any person with the ability to influence the behavior and opinions of the public such as bloggers and influencers active on social networks like Instagram, TikTok or any other platform.

3. Purposes of the data processing

The purpose of the processing of your data is to enable influencers to collaborate with partners’ trademarks in order to ensure the promotion of their products/ services.





Legal basis

Identify relevant influencers based on campaigns offered by partner brands Legitimate Interest
Offer relevant influencer profiles to partner brands and partner brand campaigns to relevant influencers Legitimate Interest
Enable the proper execution of campaigns in which the influencers concerned participate (example : sending products to influencers in connection with the campaigns, inviting events, consulting services, …) and the monitoring of campaigns in which the influencers concerned participate (example : reporting to partner brands) Performance of a contract
To provide measures and statistics, in particular to improve CTZAR’s services and communications. Legitimate Interest


We believe that it is in our legitimate interest to process your personal data in order to be able to provide our services to our clients, commercial brands and partners, notably because the processing of your data in this way also has advantages for you, influencers. Indeed, the collection and processing of your personal data allows you to have the opportunity to be connected with our clients, to participate in their campaigns and thus to develop / finance your own activity as an influencer.

4. Categories of data processed
4.1 Categories of data processed

We limit the information we collect to what we believe will identify relevant influencers based on the campaigns offered by our clients, commercial brands and partners. The data includes basic information such as your name and contact information, title/function, public profiles on social networks, areas/topics of interest, and possibly some brief information about your professional background.


Here are the different categories of data we collect:


  • Identification information (name, surname, pseudo, photo, date of birth, gender, nationality…)
  • Contact information (profile on social networks, email address, postal address, phone number when this information are public …)
  • Information on opinions and preferences (style of dress, interests, recent published content …)
  • Information about working life (job, field of activity, website and social account, number of subscribers, likes, comments, recent published content …)
4.2 Data Sources

The information referred to in 4.1 is collected via searches carried out by CTZAR on social networks, once they have been made public by the influencers.

It may also be collected directly from influencers, in particular in the context of the execution of campaigns in which they participate

4.3 Mandatory nature of the data collection

No automated decision-making in the processing.

5. Data recipients
5.1 Categories of recipients

Depending on their respective needs, all or part of the data is sent to:


  • Authorized CTZAR staff members
  • Authorized Partner Brand Staff
  • CTZAR technical service providers (including hosting)


CTZAR may assign or share all or part of the personal data in the context of a merger, acquisition, reorganization, total or partial sale of CTZAR’s assets or in the event of a recovery or liquidation.

5.2 Data Transfers outside the EU

Your data is hosted within the European Union.


Some of our service providers and subcontractors process data outside the European Union, in the United States.

We have concluded with them specific contracts and standard contractual clauses established by the European Commission in order to oversee and secure the transfer of your data to these service providers.

6. Data retention period

Data made public by influencers on social networks and which has been collected by CTZAR will be kept:

  • Until a request to object to the processing or to delete the relevant data is received;
  • Until the deletion of the social network account through which the relevant data was collected;
  • Until the data concerned is no longer made public via the social network concerned.


7. Security

CTZAR implements appropriate technical and organizational measures to guarantee the security, integrity, confidentiality and authenticity of personal data.

These are technical security measures designed to protect personal data against accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, disclosure or unauthorized access, by accident or unlawfully.

8. Your rights concerning your data

You can access and obtain a copy of your data, request its portability, object to the processing of this data, have it corrected or erased. You also have the right to restrict the processing of your data.


Understanding your IT rights and freedoms:

8.1 Exercise of the rights

Each person concerned by the processing must contact CTZAR acting as the data controller. To contact CTZAR, please send an email to

8.2 Complaint to the CNIL

If you feel, after contacting us, that your data rights are still not respected, you can file a complaint to the CNIL.

9. Cookies
9.1 What is a cookie ?

Cookies are files that are placed on your device, for example, when you visit the Sites. They are useful because they allow CTZAR and its partners to recognize a user’s device and promote the continuity of your experience.

9.2 Who uses cookies on the site and why?
9.2.1 The cookies operated by CTZAR
  • Cookies that are essential for the provision of service


When consulting the Sites, users are informed that cookies essential to the provision of services are installed on its terminal. The user can decide to refuse these cookies, at any time, by setting his browser. However, he’s informed that in case of refusal to install these cookies, it will not be able to use the services accessible via the Sites.


  • Audience measurement cookies


These cookies allow us to produce aggregated and anonymous statistics relating to the use of our service (i.e: number of visits, pages consulted, time spent on the service, region of connection, type of device used…).


These tracers improve the performance, functionality and services available to you on our Sites. These data do not contain and are not associated with any nominative information.


Service provider : Google Analytics

Privacy Policy :

Opposition link :

9.2.2 Cookies operated by third parties

Third-party companies also use tracers on our Sites. These third-party companies and the purposes for which they place cookies are presented on the cookies management platform.

9.2.3 Storage period of cookies

The cookies storage period is indicated in the cookies management platform accessible via the link Gestion des Cookies accessible below.

9.3 Storage period of cookies

The cookies storage period is indicated in the cookies management platform accessible via the link Gestion des Cookies accessible below.

9.4 How do I exercise my choices about cookies?

We offer you the possibility to change the setting of cookies directly on our service via the cookies management platform accessible via the link Gestion des Cookies accessible below.


You always have the option of setting cookies on your various browsers as explained here:

10. How to contact the Data Protection Officer of CTZAR?

If you have any questions about the protection of personal data, you can contact our Data protection officer by sending a letter to 89 avenue Charles de Gaulle, 92200 (specifying “to the DPO’s attention” in the subject line of your letter).