Revisão das principais mudanças nas condições gerais de serviço da OVH com Gregory Gitsels, advogado na liderança da "divisão contratual" da OVH, cuja equipe liderou esse projeto.

As a rule, we write to be read. Except for the jurists, whose literature is unjustly disregarded by the general public ...

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On July 20, 2017, OVH will evolve its General Conditions of Service (CGS), which define the conditions of the relationship established between OVH and its customers, involving reciprocal commitments and sharing of responsibilities. This evolution aims to take into account the changes in French and European regulations, in particular with regard to consumer rights, the law of obligations and the protection of personal data.

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The RGPD is a very rich text, which it would be difficult to summarize in a few lines the provisions, especially as they concern a very wide range of actors (associations, administrations, companies ...). The RGPD applies to any person responsible for processing personal data (ie directly or indirectly identifying a person). Even if the organization is not established within the European Union but provides goods or services free of charge to European residents or studies their behavior (profiling) ...

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In addition to the most visible provisions, such as "explicit" and "positive" consent, profiling, the right to erase (also known as the right to forget), the right to Portability of personal data, the RGPD specifies the obligations to which companies are held in relation to the location of the data.

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Regarding the very specific case of the United States, where two data centers are located (east coast and west coast), OVH has chosen a legal structure that guarantees total sealing with the rest of the group , in particular Via the creation of an independent entity, OVH US, with offices in Reston, Virginia.

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The new CGS of OVH formalize the commitment not to resort to the subcontracting of services involving access to the data stored by the user. A strong guarantee of confidentiality of data.

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https://www.ovh.com/fr/blog/protecti...e-service-gdpr

Legal documents:

https://www.ovh.com/us/support/termsofservice/