The website www.groupeavril.com ((hereinafter the "Site") is owned by AVRIL SCA,
a limited partnership with a share capital of €184,696,170
RCS PARIS : 799 403 050
SIRET : 799 403 050 00013,
Activity code no. 6420 Z,
EU VAT no.: FR 77 799403050
Head office :
11/13, rue de Monceau 75008 - PARIS
Tél. : +33 (0)1 40 69 48 00
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Publication Director : Florence DOAT-MATROT
Editor : Florence DOAT-MATROT
ERGONOMIC/GRAPHIC DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
48, rue de Villiers 92300 Levallois-Perret
Share Capital : 681 848.75 €
Telephone : 01 41 40 11 00
Drupal, CMS in Open Source under the openGL licence.
Philippe Montigny, Christophe Lepetit, Pascal Bourguignon, Julien-René Jacque, Cédric Hesly.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
PRESERVATION OF PERSONAL DATA
In application of the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, Avril will not disclose to any third party the information communicated by Users of the Site. This information is confidential and will only be used by Avril’s internal and subsidiary departments to boost and personalise communication.
Avril will implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect personal data.
Avril will not use processes incompatible with the purpose of the Site, nor publish, disclose or transmit any information concerning Users (whether or not for payment), without their express prior permission.
However, Avril may disclose certain information in order to comply with judicial and administrative requirements, for which Avril cannot be held liable.
Personal data will only be stored by Avril for the period needed for the purposes for which they are collected or processed.
MODIFICATION AND CORRECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
In accordance with the Act of 6 January 1978, Users have the right to access, correct and oppose data concerning them. These rights may be exercised at any time by writing to the following address:
Avril, Service Communication, 11 Rue de Monceau, CS 60003, 75378 PARIS CEDEX 08.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
All texts, comments, works, illustrations and images, whether visual or with sound, that are reproduced on the Avril Site are protected by copyright, brand rights and patent rights. They are Avril's full and entire property. In this respect, and as per the provisions of the Intellectual Property Code, only use for private purposes is authorised, subject to different and/or more restrictive conditions of the Code.
Any other use without Avril's prior permission constitutes fraud and is sanctioned under the Intellectual Property Act.
Any total or partial reproduction of the Site is strictly prohibited.
The Site may contain links to the websites of partners or third parties. As Avril has no control over these sites, it cannot be held responsible for their content, availability or quality.
This section is dedicated to our "Cookies" Policy.
When viewing our Site, information relating to browsing on your terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) may be recorded in "Cookies" files installed on your terminal, subject the Cookies settings you may have chosen, which you can modify at any time.
I. PURPOSE OF THE COOKIES ISSUED ON THIS SITE
A- THE COOKIES ISSUED ON OUR SITE
When you log onto our Site, we may, unless you decide otherwise, install various Cookies on your terminal enabling us to recognise your terminal’s browser during the validity of the cookie concerned. The Cookies we issue are used for the purposes described below, subject to your choices in the settings of the browser you use when visiting our Site. Only the party issuing a Cookie can read or modify the information contained in it. The Cookies we issue make it possible to:
- establish statistics and volumes of the number of visits and use of the various elements making up our Site (sections and content visited, paths) enabling us to improve the interest and user-friendliness of our services
- adapt the presentation of our Site to the display preferences of your terminal (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) when you visit our Site, according to the equipment and display/reading software contained in your terminal
- memorise the information in any forms you have completed on our Site (registration) or information you have chosen on our Site
- give you access to the reserved and personal spaces of our site, like our members' space, using logins and data you have previously communicated to us
- implement security measures – for example, asking you to connect again to content or a service after a certain time has elapsed
- count the total number of advertisements displayed for us by our media agency on external advertising spaces, identify these ads, the number of times they are respectively displayed, the number of Users who have clicked on each ad and, as the case may be, the subsequent actions carried out when you visit the pages to which these ads direct you, in order to calculate the sums owing to advertisers and establish statistics
B- COOKIES ISSUED ON OUR SITE BY THIRD PARTIES
- The cookies issued on our Site through third party applications integrated into our Website:
On our Site, we may include computer applications that come from third parties, which enable you to share the content of our Site with other people or tell those people about your browsing or opinions concerning content on our Site. This is notably the case with "Share" and "Like" buttons, which come from social networks like Facebook, Google+, etc.
The social network supplying such an application button may identify you through this button, even if you have not used the button when viewing the Site. This is because this type of application button can enable the social network concerned to follow you while you are browsing our Site, from the sole fact that your account with the social network concerned has been activated on your Terminal (open session) while you are browsing our Site.
We have no control over the processes employed by social networks to collect information relating to your browsing on our Site, associated with the personal data they hold. We invite you to view the privacy protection policies of these social networks in order to find out what the browsing information they collect through these application buttons is used for, particularly advertising.
These protection policies should notably enable you to exercise your choice with these social networks, in particular by configuring your user accounts with each of these networks.
- Cookies issued on our Site by an external media/advertising agency making use of the information collected during browsing:
Some information in our Site may be exploited by one or more external Advertising Agencies and may contain Cookies issued by one of them. Any Cookies issued by these external Advertising Agencies enable them, during the validity of the Cookies:
- to adapt the advertising spaces they operate to the display preferences of your Terminal (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) according to the equipment and display/reading software contained in your Terminal
- to adapt the advertising content displayed on your Terminal according to the browsing of your Terminal on our Site.
II. YOUR CHOICES CONCERNING COOKIES
You can choose at any time to express and modify your wishes as regards Cookies, using the methods provided by browsing software, described below.
ACCEPTANCE OF COOKIES
The registration of a Cookie on a terminal is essentially subject to the wishes of the Terminal's Users, which they can express and modify via their browsing software. If you have agreed in your browser to register Cookies on your Terminal, the Cookies integrated into the pages and content you have viewed can be stocked temporarily in a dedicated space in your Terminal. They can only be read there by the issuer.
REFUSAL OF COOKIES
If you refuse to register Cookies on your terminal, or if you delete those that have been registered, you will no longer benefit from a number of advantages needed for browsing certain spaces on our site. This would be the case if you tried to access any of our contents or services that require you to identify yourself; likewise, with regard to technical processing, if we or our service providers cannot recognise the type of browser used by your terminal, its language or display settings, or the country from which your terminal appears to be connected to the Internet.
As the case may be, we decline any responsibility for consequences arising from the impaired operation of our services caused by our inability to register or view the cookies needed for their operation, which you have refused or deleted.
HOW YOU CAN EXERCISE YOUR CHOICE, DEPENDING ON THE BROWSER YOU USE?
When it comes to managing cookies and choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the browser help menu, which will tell you how to modify your cookie options.
Internet Explorer™ : http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
Safari™ : http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Safari/3.0/fr/9277.html
Chrome™ : http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=fr&hlrm=en&answer=95647
Firefox™ : http://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/Activer%20et%20d%C3%A9sactiver%20les%20cookies
Opera™ : http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/fr/cookies.html
ADOBE FLASH PLAYER™ "FLASH" COOKIES:
Adobe Flash Player™ is a computer application enabling the rapid development of dynamic content using "Flash" computer language. Flash (and applications of the same type) memorise the settings and use of this content using a technology similar to Cookies. However, Adobe Flash Player™ manages this information and your choices via a different interface from the one supplied by your browser software.
If your Terminal can display content developed with Flash language, we suggest that you access your management tools for Flash Cookies from this website: http://www.adobe.com/fr.
III. SHARED USE OF YOUR TERMINAL WITH OTHER PEOPLE
If your terminal is used by several people, and the same terminal has several browser programmes, we cannot be sure that the services and ads intended for your terminal correspond to your own use of this terminal, rather than that of another person who uses it.
In any case, the shared use of your terminal with other people and the configuration of your browser's cookie settings is your choice and responsibility.
« Cookie(s) »: a text file that can be registered, if you so choose, in a dedicated area of the hard drive of your Terminal, when you view an online service using your browsing software. A Cookie file enables its issuer to identify the Terminal on which it is registered during the Cookie's validity or registration period.
"Browsing Information" and "Browsing" : information on the connection of a Terminal to an electronic communication service at a given time. We may process browsing information according to the conditions of the Guide, even if we do not necessarily know which Terminal you are using. This browsing information concerns:
- The IP (Internet Protocol) address of the Terminal connected to the Internet
- The date and time of connection of a Terminal to an electronic communication service
- The URL (Internet address) of the Internet address of provenance ("referrer") of the Terminal accessing an electronic communication service
- The type of operating system used by the Terminal (Windows, MacOs, Linux, Unix, BeOS. etc.)
- The type and version of the browsing software used by the Terminal (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, etc.)
- The language of use of the browsing software used by the Terminal
- The identifier and content of a Cookie stored by us on the Terminal
"Personal data": In the context of this Policy, this term means the information relating solely to you at a given moment, independently of the Terminal you use.
"Terminal": the hardware (computer, tablet smartphone, telephone, etc.) you use to view the display of a website, application, advertising content, etc.
"Advertiser": any company or organisation that makes use of various communication techniques to promote its reputation, image, products or services.
"Advertising agency" : dan entity or company that sells advertising space on behalf of one or more broadcasters (website publishers, mobile applications, etc.).
Such agencies may:
- devise advertising campaigns that bring in money for the broadcaster and themselves, with a high efficiency rate for the advertiser
- implement technological solutions and partnerships making it possible to collect information on the browsing and/or location of a single terminal (computer or smartphone) on a single or several thousand supports for disseminating advertisements (websites, mobile service platforms, mobile applications) for which they are the direct or indirect intermediaries