In the course of our relationship with our corporate clients, we may collect and use information about individuals who are points of contact within those companies. It can be identification data (name, first name…) or data relating to professional life (fixed and/or mobile telephone numbers, e-mail address…).
We use this information to manage our business relationship with the client companies in which you work.
This information is updated when changes occur: for example, the identity and contact information of the contact person may change if the person whose information is recorded leaves the company.
A cookie is a text file sent to your browser by the website you are visiting. This cookie is used to store and collect information, for example, to allow us to know which pages you visited, how long you stayed on this site, which link(s) you clicked on, how often you return to the site, etc.
When you browse this site, your browser automatically sends us information necessary for navigation. We collect the following information in connection logs in order to improve and protect our website:
– Your IP address
– The date and time of the requests
– The content of the request
– The origin of the request
– The amount of information transmitted in response
– The time zone
– Information such as the operating system or type of browser used
– Language and browser version
In order to adapt the site to the demands of its visitors, we also measure, without allowing this data to identify you:
– the number of visits,
– the number of page views,
– the activity of visitors on the site and their frequency of return.
These processing operations are based on our legitimate interest (Article 6 §1 f) RGPD) in enabling navigation on this website, improving it and ensuring its stability and security.
You can exercise your rights at any time by contacting us:
– by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
– by using this contact form
– by signed mail to the following address
4 RUE JOSEPH GRAFF
For security reasons, you must provide proof of your identity (e.g. by providing your first and last name, customer number, postal or e-mail address). If necessary, you may be asked to provide valid identification.
If you feel, after contacting us, that your rights regarding your data are not being respected, you can send a complaint to the CNIL .