Your rights

Withdrawing your consent to Criteo’s services

Withdrawal of your consent to Criteo services (Article 7 of the GDPR) will result in the deactivation of our services.
Exercise this right.

Right to be forgotten

The exercise of your right to be forgotten (article 17 of the GDPR) will result in the deactivation of our services. Click on the button above to learn more.
Exercise this right.

Right to object

The exercise of your right to object (Article 21 of the GDPR) will result in the deactivation of our services. Click on the button above to learn more.
Exercise this right.

Right of access to your personal data

The GDPR gives you different rights over your personal data, so do not hesitate to specify in your request which right (s) you wish to exercise. This will allow us to respond as precisely as possible to your request.
Following the exercise of your right of access (Article 15 of the GDPR), we will provide you with an excel spreadsheet containing all your personal data.
To exercise this right, please send us an email at dpo@criteo.com.

Right of data portability

The GDPR gives you different rights over your personal data, so do not hesitate to specify in your request which right(s) you wish to exercise. This will allow us to respond as precisely as possible to your request.
Following the exercise of your right of data portability (Article 20 of the GDPR), we will provide you with an excel spreadsheet containing all your personal data.
To exercise this right, please send us an email at dpo@criteo.com.

Right of rectification

The GDPR gives you different rights over your personal data, so do not hesitate to specify in your request which right (s) you wish to exercise. This will allow us to respond as precisely as possible to your request.
The consequences of exercising your right to rectification (Article 16 of the GDPR) will depend on the objective you wish to achieve by exercising it.
To exercise this right, please send us an email at dpo@criteo.com.

Right to restriction of processing

The GDPR gives you different rights over your personal data, so do not hesitate to specify in your request which right(s) you wish to exercise. This will allow us to respond as precisely as possible to your request.
The consequences of exercising your right to limit our services (Article 18 of the GDPR) will depend on the objective you wish to achieve by exercising it.
To exercise this right, please send us an email at dpo@criteo.com.

Right to file a compliant with a supervisory authority

You must exercise this right directly with the supervisory authority of your choice. For example, in France, it is the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), whose contact details can be found here.
The consequences of filing a complaint with a supervisory authority are at the discretion of that authority.