Article 1 – Personal data

The society is committed to preserving the confidentiality by implementing all suitable precautions, and the security of treated personal data to prevent them from being distorted, damaged, destroyed, or to prevent unauthorized third parties to have access to them. The society, as responsible for data processing, collects and uses users’ personal data in accordance with the laws in force.

1.1. Data processing aim

Collected information are treated for promoting purposes of the society through the website. Collected data could also be used for statistics or analysis studies. Finally, collected data are likely to be processed by the society and / or by its business partners for commercial prospection.

1.2. Data sources

Data are directly collected from concerned users (for example, when a user fills in a contact form on the website).

1.3. Data recipients

The society ensures data recipients provide cautious security and privacy guarantees of personal data. Data recipients are:

The society

Its business partners

Its subcontractors (such as the web host)

1.4. Data transfer outside the European Union

Data are mainly processed within the European Union. Nevertheless, some data are likely to be transferred outside the European Union.

In this case, the society will ensure that those transfers are performed to countries presenting a sufficient level of protection of personal data, or that they are supervised by legal tools guaranteeing these transfers a level of protection in accordance with European norms (such as Standard Contractual Clauses of the European Commission, and/or by the accession to the Privacy Shield, when they are in the United States). 

1.5. Data retention

Data are stocked in consistency with the French and European standards. The length of data retention is 3 years. At the end of this period, data are destroyed by the society. The user may request the destruction of data to the society. In such case, all user-associated data will be automatically and definitively erased by the society.

1.6. Rights of persons involved in data processing

Under the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, the person concerned by data processing, regarding its personal data processing, may exercise his/her rights of access, opposition, rectification, and cancellation. Furthermore, the concerned person may exercise his/her right to communicate guidelines to the society, defining the way he/she wishes that his/her data to be processed after his/her death (by indicating, for example, if he/she wished his/her data to be kept, erased or communicated to a third-party indicated by him/her). Finally, the person concerned may, if need be, ask for his/her personal data erasure which have been collected when he/she was minor. Besides, the concerned person will also be able to exercise his/her rights of data processing limitation and of personal data portability. The person will also have the right of withdrawing his/her consent of his/her personal data processing.

Finally, the person will be able to exercise his/her right of not being subject to a decision exclusively based on automatized processing (like profiling), resulting in legal effects directly impacting or affecting him/her significantly. The concerned person may also exercise his/her right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority related to personal data processing. 

The exercise of those rights will be applied by making a request to the society:

Either by submitting a demand through the information request form on the website:

Or by regular mail, at the following address: 22, rue des Martyrs – 75009 PARIS

Article 2 – Cookies

A “cookie” is a computer file aiming at collecting information from the user’s terminal equipment. The lifetime of those cookies doesn’t exceed three (3) months. Users may access to all the information included in cookies-related files used by the society, following the conditions mentioned above in the article 1.6. In the course of its business, the society uses different types of cookies, more specifically:

Website working purposes cookies (compulsory)

Those cookies are compulsory to ensure the proper working of the website and cannot be configured. They allow us to offer you the main functionalities of the website (language, display resolution, security …).

Analytics cookies

Analytics cookies, coming from Google, aim at collecting anonymous visits statistics. Those cookies enable to measure and analyze the audience of our website (traffic volume, page views, average time spent of the website, error messages …); the provide us analytics information about our website performance and the way to upgrade it. By allowing all cookies, you are contributing to the improvement of our website.


How to exercise your choice according to your Internet browser?

You can directly allow or turn cookies off via your Internet browser according to the following method.

Every Internet browser setting is different in terms of cookies management and your choices. It is explained in the help menu of your browser, which will allow you to know how to modify your preferences.

For Internet Explorer 8.0 and more recent versions:

Choose “Tools” menu, then “Internet Options”

Click on “Confidentiality” tab

Select your preferences with the cursor

For Mozilla Fireflox:

Choose “Tools” menu, then “Options”

Click on “Private life” icon

Search “Cookies” menu and select your preferences

For Chrome:

Choose “Setitngs” menu

Click on “Show advanced settings” and go to “Confidentiality” paragraph

Click on “Content settings”

For Opera:

Choose “File” menu, then “Preferences”

Click on “Private life” icon

Set up your settings

For Android: 

Type the top-right key

Go to “Settings”, then to “Confidentiality and security”

Set up your settings

For Dolphin on Android:

In the menu, go to “Plus” and then to “Settings”

Choose the Confidentiality menu, then “Security”

Set up your settings in “Cookies”

For Safari on iOS:

In “Settings” application, choose “Safari”

Go to “Allow all cookies” in “Confidentiality” section

Set up your settings

Please refer to the French version, which will be applied in the event of a dispute.