Identification with the CNIL (National Commission for Informatics and Freedom of France)
In a largely computerized world, the law of January 6, 1978 provides for strong safeguards to protect people from the dangers of computer files and processing containing personal data. The law "Computers and freedoms" recognizes citizens with specific rights to preserve their privacy.
Your rights "Computer and liberties":
Right to information: this right of scrutiny on its own personal data is aimed at the collection of information as well as its use.
Right of objection: Every person has the possibility to object, for legitimate reasons, to appearing in a file. Any person may refuse, without having to justify himself, that the data relating to it be used for prospecting purposes, in particular commercial.