Director of publication : Chloë Mortaud
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Principles for the collect of personal data

In principle, access to information available on or through the site takes place without having to provide personal data, such as name, postal address, email address ...

Exceptionally, in order to obtain complementary services (request for information, reservations, forms, subscription to a newsletter ...) it is possible that personal information, mostly coordinated, are requested to the user. In this case, the user is warned in advance and the data is processed in accordance with the Act of 8 December 1992 concerning the processing of personal data. In practice, this means that:

     Your personal data will not be collected and processed in accordance with the purposes indicated in their collection.
     You will have the right to access your personal data to verify accuracy and to correct any errors. For this purpose, you can contact the controller of your data at the addresses shown below.
     The regional authority is committed to make the best security measures to prevent misuse by third parties of personal data you have provided.

Data controller

Any request or question relating to the protection of privacy on the site we can be asked via the contact form available on the site.

Use for statistical information relating to the navigation

When you access the site, the servers consulted automatically collect the following data:

     the IP address assigned to you when you login;
     the date and time you access the site;
     pages viewed;
     the type of browser (browser) used;
     the platform and / or the operating system installed on the PC;
     the search engine and keywords used to find the site.

This information is retained for the sole purpose of measuring the number of visitors to the different sections of the site and make improvements.

Use of Cookies

In order to help you navigate the site and to optimize technical management, chloekingmortaud may occasionally use "cookies".

A "cookie" is a small piece of information saved by a website in the Internet browser on your computer. This "cookie" can be retrieved at a later visit to the site. The "cookie" can only be read by a website other than the one who created it. The site uses "cookies" for administrative purposes, for example, save your preferences for certain types of information, so you do not have to repeat the same keystrokes for each visit to our site.

Most "cookies" only work one time session or visit. None of them contains information likely going to be contacted by phone, email or post. You can also configure your browser to notify you each time creating "cookie" or to prevent their registration.