For visitors and clients of the Colombe Marciano site.
The Colombe Marciano site collects a set of statistical data on its site, while maintaining the confidentiality and anonymity of visitors. Respect for the privacy of visitors is a fundamental value for the company. The following paragraphs are intended to inform you of our confidentiality policy with regard to visitors to our site.
If you have chosen to contact us by e-mail or using a form on the site, your name and contact details will be saved in order to process your request. This information is kept on an isolated and secure medium. Under no circumstances will les thés en fête share, sell or rent personal information or contacts to third parties.
Any changes likely to occur in the protection of your personal data online will be communicated on the site.
What personal data do we collect?
The personal data we collect is essential for managing contacts and quotations. When you fill in the contact form, we ask you for information such as your surname, first name, address, email address and telephone number (optional).
Who can access this data?
Only authorised staff of our organisation can consult this information. Access is password-protected. Our employees are contractually bound to respect the confidentiality of this data.
Right to object
In accordance with the amended French Data Protection Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978, you have the right to object to (art. 38), access (art. 39), rectify or delete (art. 40) data concerning you. You can exercise this right by providing proof of your identity.
All requests should be sent by email to: email@example.com
Like most commercial sites, the company monitors traffic on its own site in order to improve its content and your browsing comfort. This monitoring is carried out by a traffic measurement solution. Please note that this solution does not collect any personal information about visitors to the site. This solution only collects anonymous data that cannot be linked to personal information. The data collected is compiled into statistics without creating individual profiles.
The site collects IP (internet protocol) addresses only temporarily in order to identify a current visit and to determine the visitor’s path (the order of the pages visited). Once this anonymous data has been recorded, the IP address is deleted. At no time is the IP address linked to anonymous data to create an individual profile. The site records the pages viewed on the site, the average time spent viewing each page and the duration of the visit in order to generate general statistics on site traffic. The entry and exit pages of the site, as well as the respective reference links and keywords used in search engines, are also stored in the database. The site points out that this data is strictly anonymous and is used for the sole purpose of understanding general traffic trends on its site.
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Only authorised company personnel can consult the consolidated statistics generated by our solution. Access to these anonymous reports is password-protected. Our employees are contractually bound to respect the confidentiality of this data.
The Colombe Marciano site is hosted by OVH. Visitor data is stored on OVH servers. They save this data on a server secured by a firewall.
The site does not subscribe anyone against their will. The site does not sell or rent its customer databases under any conditions.