Privacy Policy

Effective date: June 11, 2019

This privacy policy describes the following points:

  • Personal data collected
  • Why and how personal data is collected
  • Your rights concerning your personal data

This confidentiality and privacy protection policy applies to the SEESTEMS company’s websites, applications and associated services.


The data we collect

The data you provide us with

  • Your contact details (e.g. name, e-mail, telephone)
  • Your login information (username and password)
  • Your photos, when hosted on our servers
  • Your messages to our services

The data we automatically collect on our websites

Our services may use cookies to save your usage preferences and provide anonymised tracking data to third party applications such as Google Analytics (analysis of website statistics).

These statistical data include :

  • Your IP address and the identifier of the device used to access our services (identifier, MAC address, IMEI)
  • Data about your device: device name, operating system, browser and language
  • Your general and not precise location
  • Your use of our services (such as web pages visited and links clicked)

Why we collect your data

To contact you at your request

Whether you contact us by telephone, e-mail or a contact form, your details will be kept solely for the purpose of the resulting business exchange and to keep you informed of our news via an occasional newsletter (containing an unsubscribe link).

For the smooth running of our services

Our applications offer secure and dedicated access to each of our users, requiring authentication by login and password. In addition to this access, the data delivered can also be used to retrieve a lost password.

For the improvement of our services

In order to better meet your expectations, to refine our offers and to improve your experience on our sites, the statistics collected via Google Analytics allow us to identify the categories of visitors accessing our sites, as well as possible errors and missing elements.

On our vehicle photography applications, the photos created by our users can eventually be used to refine our Automatic Vehicle Identification technology (mainly its position), thus improving and sharing the experience of all our users.

Transmission of your data

Apart from the superficial statistical data that is anonymously transmitted to Google Analytics, your personal data will not be passed on to third parties and will not be marketed.


How your data is stored

Your contact details and contact information are stored on a private and secure CRM (customer relationship management tool). This data is stored during the period of commercial exchange and the customer relationship that may result from it.

Your application data, such as your logins, passwords, and hosted photographs, are stored on a dedicated, private and secure server. This data is kept as long as your user account is valid and active, and according to the hosting period indicated in your offer.


Responsibility for data and photographs

Unsubscribe from the CARLAB newsletter

You can decide at any time to no longer receive the CARLAB newsletter, simply by clicking on the unsubscribe link included, or by contacting us at the following e-mail address:

Access and modification of your data

At your request, we can provide you with a digital copy of the data we have collected about you.

You can also request us to correct, modify and delete this data at any time.


If you wish, you can also change your browser preferences to disable cookies. Just be aware that your experience on our sites may be adversely affected.


Contact us

If you have any questions regarding data protection or if you are looking for answers to your questions and requests regarding your personal data, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time at the following e-mail address:

RCS Lyon B 524 832 284
Address: 2 rue Augustin Fresnel, 69680 Chassieu, France

Cookies policy

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