JP&Co Privacy Policy

The personal data communicated by the Users are collected by JP&Co in order to provide the requested services. The personal data, the GPS Tracking data and the users parameters in the applications developed by JP&Co remain the property of the User. This data will not be transmitted to any third party.

The User has the right to access, modify, delete and oppose the processing of his personal data.

Users who receive emails from JP&Co can unsubscribe at any time via the link in the email or by writing to JP & Co, 217 Blvd. Zerktouni, Floor 3, No. 11, Racine, Casablanca, Morocco. The emails will be interrupted between 5 to 7 days after receipt of the User’s request.

During visits to the site or the Web applications, cookies may be automatically installed on the User’s navigation software. A cookie is a block of data that does not identify the User. It is used to record information related to the navigation. It can be deleted by following the specific instructions of the browser.

Employees Personnal Privacy

In accordance with the law, the importation and commercialization of GPS trackers are subjected to declarations to the ANRT, National Telecommunications Regulatory Agency (in Morocco).

Even if the use of a GPS Tracking solution is becoming more widespread, you must ensure that certain restrictive obligations are respected. Otherwise, as an employer, you risk penalties for infringing your employees’ privacy!

To remain legal and to be able to use the collected information, you must also inform each employee individually of the installation of a GPS Tracker on its vehicle.

In particular, the employee must be aware of the purpose of this fleet monitoring system, the type of data recorded and the duration of retention, the identity or category of the people who have access to the data.

Although GPS Tracking solutions have proven their usefulness to professionals:

 – safety of people or conveyed goods,

 – fleet management & resources optimization,

 – working time management if there are no other possibilities,

… they should not be used to spy on employees.