Politiques de confidentialité
1 – Data protection
This website is operated by LA TETE DANS LES NUAGES (SAS), which has its head office at 5 boulevard des Italiens, 75002 Paris, France. To contact us, please use the details provided on the Legal Notices page. If you do contact us, we will retain and process the data you provide, in order to process your request and any follow-up. The law (article 6(1b) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679) authorises us to process data in this context. Once your request has been processed, we will delete your data.
Our guiding principles
We take the protection of your data very seriously, and process them with the greatest care, in strict compliance with the data-protection law. We have taken technical and organisational security measures to protect all our websites against risks related to personal-data processing. Our partners, who support us in the provision of this website, also undertake to comply with these conditions.
Which data do we systematically record?
You can view all of our website, which is freely accessible, without revealing your identity. We systematically record each use of our website in order to correct malfunctions and to clarify security incidents. You will find more details on the log of recorded data in the section How do we process your data?.
What rights do we have to process your data?
We respect your privacy, and therefore only process your data when we are authorised to do so. Naturally, you can also authorise us to process your data by consenting to data processing on our website. In other cases, we process your data because the law authorises us to. If, for example, you place an order via our website, we are authorised to process your data in order to perform this contract. The same applies if you use other services on our website that require processing of your data. We are also authorised to process your data when we have a legitimate cause to do so. For example, to ensure our website runs properly, we can cite connection data we collect. In any event, we will inform you if your data are processed out of necessity; and whenever your data are processed, your interests will be systematically considered. Should you have a cause for complaint, the rights you can exercise with regard to the processing of your data are listed in the last section of this page.
The following section describes the authorisations we use and when we use them. This section also provides more details on how your data are collected, processed and used on our website (i.e. type, scope and purpose of the data-processing operation).
You must also be aware of the following:
Users aged under 16 must only provide us with their personal data with the consent of their parents or legal guardian. Data-protection laws may stipulate different age limits in this respect.
Our website may contain links to other sites. We have no influence over how your data are processed on these websites or whether they comply with data-protection provisions. Please make a note of all data-protection information provided by them.
2 – Data processing on the website
> How do we process your data (connexion data, cookies, monitoring, etc.)?
For technical reasons, each time your browser accesses our website, it automatically sends information to our web server (i.e. connexion data). We record some of these connection data in log files, in particularly:
Date of access
Time of access
URL of link origin website
Volume of data transferred
Browser type and version
IP address (anonymised)
The connection data contain no personal data. Generally, we only analyse connection data to correct malfunctions by our website or to clarify security incidents. We store these connection data indefinitely. We must sometimes collect other data of a personal nature as well as connection data in order to correct malfunctions or to retain evidence of security incidents. In these cases, the law (article 6(1f) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679) authorises us to process connection data. We delete these data once the malfunction has been resolved or the security incident has been fully clarified, or if the initial purpose of processing no long exists because of other factors. Should a security incident occur, we send the connection data to the authorities in charge of the investigation on a case-by-case basis, within authorised limits. We always retain connection data separately from the other data collected in relation to the use of our website.
Web analytics using pseudonymised user profiles
On our website, we use web analytics tools for various purposes. You will find information on these tools below, and in particular a description of the processing of the data in question, the purposes of said processing, and how you can prevent these web analytics tools from collecting and processing your data. Please note that if you block the installation of cookies, this may only stop web analytics tools from collecting and processing your data to a certain degree. You can find more details on this topic in the Cookies section.
In addition, the deactivation/deletion of cookies will only affect the web browser used to do this. Any other web browser you use must therefore also be set to deactivate/delete cookies.
Cookies that we use for certain features, without reference to individuals
> Cookies that store certain user preferences (for example, search or language settings)
> Cookies that store information to ensure fluid reading/playing of video or audio content
> Cookies that we use for certain features, with reference to individuals:
> Cookies that serve to identify or authenticate our users
The law (article 6(1f) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679) authorises us to process data in this context. We store these data until the cookie in question expires or you delete it. All other processing of personal data using cookies is described in the relevant sections on this page.
Sharing content on social media
The content on our website can be shared on social media using the built-in buttons provided for this purpose. All the social-media buttons that make content-sharing easier are integrated by means of simple hyperlinks instead of the social plugins developed by social-network providers. This ensures that your data are not automatically sent to the social network’s servers as soon as you visit our website. In addition, when you share our website’s content, we only send to the social network the information needed to share the relevant content. We transfer no personal data in this context.
In parallel, you will also find simple links to our websites on social media. If you click on a link, shown on our website, to a social network, or if you sign in to your social-network account to share content from this website, your data are processed by the provider of the social network in question. If you want to obtain information about the purpose and scope of the data collection, any other processing operation or any use by the social-network provider, as well as about setting options and your rights relating to protection of your privacy, please refer to the Data Protection information provided by the relevant provider.
Cases in which we send your data
We work with a number of service providers to deploy and operate our website. We have selected these providers carefully, and have concluded a data-protection agreement with each of them to ensure your information is safe.
The service providers we work with to deploy and operate our website are as follows:
> A hosting service provider
> A programming service provider
We send your data to other recipients solely in cases when it proves necessary for performing a contract with you, in cases where we or the recipients have a legitimate interest in the disclosure of your data, or when you have consented to their being sent. These recipients include the service providers and the other companies in our group. In addition, your data can be sent to other recipients if we are bound to do so by statutory provisions, or by enforceable judicial or administrative decisions.
3 – Users’ rights
If you have a cause for complaint, you will find a summary of your rights below. To exercise your rights, please use the contact details provided at the bottom of this page.
Your right to be informed about your data
If you so request, we will provide you with information on the data we possess regarding you.
Your right to rectify and supplement your data
We will rectify the incorrect data about you, if you notify us accordingly. We will supplement incomplete data, if you notify us accordingly, subject to these data being required for the intended purpose of processing your data.
Your right to erasure
At your request, we will delete the information about you in our possession. However, some data will only be deleted after a set retention period, for example because we have a statutory obligation to retain them in certain cases or because we need them to meet our contractual obligations to you.
Your right to have your data locked
In certain cases provided for by the law, we will lock your data if you want us to. The locked data will only undergo very limited subsequent processing.
Your right to withdraw your consent
At any time, you can withdraw the consent you gave us to process your data, with no retroactive effect. The lawfulness of the processing of your data will not be affected until you withdraw your consent.
Your right to object to data processing
At any time, you can object to the processing of your data, with no retroactive effect, if we process your data on the basis of one of the statutory justifications set out in article 6(1e or 1f) of Regulation (EU) 2016/679. If you make such an objection, we will stop processing your data unless there is an overriding, legitimate reason for subsequent processing. In our view, the processing of your data for direct-marketing purposes is never an overriding, legitimate reason.
Your right to data portability
You can lodge a complaint regarding data protection to a supervisory authority. To do this, please contact the data protection authority responsible for your place of residence, or our competent data protection authority (named below).
Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), www.cnil.fr. This body is your contact for all data-protection matters.
If you have questions about data protection or exercising your rights, you can use the details below to directly contact our data protection officer:
LA TETE DANS LES NUAGES (SAS)
FAO the data protection officer
5 boulevard des Italiens
75002 Paris – France
By email: email@example.com
Changes to this Data Protection information
This Data Protection information reflects the current state of data processing on our website. If changes are made to data processing, this Data Protection information will be updated accordingly. We always provide the latest version or this Data Protection information on our website, so that you can find the necessary information about the scope of data processing on it.
Bandeau : Data protection policy
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Your privacy matters to us.
We summarise the main changes below:
• The Policy has been restructured to make it easier to read and understand.
• We explain in simple terms why we process you data and the basis for doing so in each case.
• We explain the new rights you can exercise, and how to do so.
For more details, contact us by email here: firstname.lastname@example.org or by post at the address below:
La Tête Dans les Nuages
FAO the data protection officer
5 boulevard des Italiens – 75002 Paris, France