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Cyril ROLLY Photography


Headquarters: 5 Rue Michel Onzon - 63200 Davayat

The purpose of this privacy policy is to inform users of the website on the data collected during their use of the site, and on the obligations of its publisher in the matter, which certifies that it is implementing in good faith the means necessary to respect your privacy and act in accordance with the applicable regulations.

This privacy policy is deemed to be up to date, is accessible on the Site at all times, and it is strongly recommended to read it carefully.

Article 1. Data controller

. The collection and processing of personal data carried out in the context of the use of the Site is carried out in accordance with the rules in force in the European Economic Community, under the responsibility of Cyril ROLLY, on behalf of the Publisher, as he is designated in the Legal Notice .

A rticle 2. Objects and purposes of the collection

. The collection and processing of data carried out via the Site are carried out for:

- optimize the management of relations between the Service Provider and users of the Site, in particular by analyzing and measuring the audience of the Site;

- allow users of the Site to interact with it through social network buttons (comments, opinions, likes, shares, etc.).

- allow users of the Site to contact the Publisher using a contact form, and to ensure exchanges thereafter;

- allow users of the Site to subscribe to the Publisher's newsletter;

- allow the Publisher to send commercial solicitations by e-mail to users of the Site for offers similar to those offered or illustrated on the Site.

Article 3. Consent of the User

. Under no circumstances are personal data collected via the Site without the persons concerned having been able to clearly obtain the necessary information and the effective opportunity to express their consent prior to this collection.

. Concretely, an information banner appearing at the entrance to the Site reminds users that their consent to the deposit of cookies and to the collection of certain information resulting therefrom is deemed to have been acquired by the continuation of their use of the Site, whether by scrolling the page in question (scroll), by clicking on any link on the Site, or by clicking on the “ok” button (or equivalent) located on this same information banner.

. User consent is systematically and explicitly collected by any clear and unambiguous means (optin), in cases of use of functionalities requiring by nature the use of data entered and / or collected (registration, contact, etc. ).

. Users can withdraw their consent (optout) at any time, by unsubscribing from newsletters directly in the Publisher's emails, under the conditions of article 10 of this Privacy Policy.

Article 4. Content of the collection

Article 4.1. Data collected in case Site consultation

. By default, consulting the information on the Site only generates the collection of data strictly necessary for the analysis and measurement of the Site's audience: data relating to the IP address (identification of the internet connection and the terminal), pages viewed, as well as all types of data accessible via basic Google Analytics, such as the number of pages viewed, the origin of the traffic, the dates and times, the approximate place of consultation.

Article 4.2. Data collected in case

use of Site features

. The content of the data processing carried out on the Site varies according to the uses of

the latter, and may include among the following information:

- Valid email address, first and last name, date of birth, telephone; the message subject and a free text field when using the form.

. The mandatory or optional nature of providing information is indicated directly online where applicable.

. Users undertake to provide only complete, accurate and valid information, and agree to release the Publisher from liability in the event of damage (s) resulting from their own failure in this area.

Article 5. Use of cookies

. Analyzing the Site's audience via Google Analytics makes it necessary to use cookies, which are "tracker" files installed on the users' terminal, and which give the Editor access to standard connection information ( see article 4).

. The information collected will only be used to develop the design and

the layout of the Site, and more generally to improve its use.

. Cookies do not collect any personal data that can identify you, nor

on hard drive or online, and the information collected is anonymous or anonymized.

. Users agree to have to consult and directly check the privacy settings of their own internet browser, if they refuse the use of these cookies. In this case they cannot seek the responsibility of the Editor because of their own navigation difficulties, possibly making it difficult or even impossible to use the Site as a whole.

. The Editor recommends a personal configuration on the part of the users

accepting cookies and thus promoting consultation and use of the Site.

Article 6. Interactivity with third-party sites and third-party applications

. Users can interact with the Site by clicking on buttons representing

third-party sites and applications (in particular via social network buttons).

. Users agree that the use of these buttons has the effect of transferring information to the Publisher, as well as to the third-party sites concerned, and that they remain fully responsible for their contractual relations with these sites and networks, which publish their own policy of confidentiality and respect for personal data concerning the data transferred, collected and processed on this occasion (profile, settings, etc.).

. Under no circumstances can the Editor be held liable for any damage resulting from the use of this process with regard to users as well as said third parties, and responds exclusively and solely to the processing of data for which he is responsible.

Article 7. Security of processing

. The Publisher undertakes to take all necessary precautions to preserve the security of the processing and of the data collected, while respecting the physical and logical security standards which are its responsibility (protection of premises, protection of servers, password policy , regular backups, possible encryption, etc.), and to the exclusion of backup and / or security obligations which are placed under the responsibility of the service provider in charge of hosting the Site (see Legal Notice).

In particular, the Publisher implements the measures which make it possible to prevent the processed data from being distorted, damaged or from unauthorized third parties having access to it, in particular by controlling access to the processing and by securing any data communications. (site security, Https protocol, encryption, etc.).

. Any information accessible on the Internet via a link leaving the Site is not under the control of the Publisher, who declines all responsibility for its content and any IT security breaches, as well as the consequences that may result therefrom.

Article 8. Confidentiality of processing

. The Publisher does not communicate the personal data collected during the use of the Site, to any third party whatsoever and in any form whatsoever, with the legitimate exception, and in a strictly confidential manner, of the persons mentioned above. below:

- Any salaried staff of the Editor (including trainees);

- The technical service provider (s) responsible for the creation and maintenance of the Site on the one hand, and data hosting on the other hand, when this is strictly necessary;

- The person (s) possibly in charge of the Publisher's accounting, including as any external service provider;

- Third parties authorized by law (in particular at the express and reasoned request of the judicial authorities, or accountants, etc.).

. It is also accepted that the use of cookies on the Site has the effect of transferring, without possible intervention by the Publisher, certain connection data to the third-party service provider allowing the Publisher to collect and process its own data ( Google Analytics).

Article 9. Data retention and time limits

Article 9.1. Renewal of Users' consent

. The data collected is validly kept as long as the purpose for which it was legitimately collected initially continues in a legitimate, proportionate manner and with the consent of the user concerned.

. The retention periods for the data collected vary according to the type of data, subject to different legal and regulatory requirements, authorizing a longer retention or on the contrary requiring their deletion, and correspond in any case to the need to fulfill its obligations. contractual by the Publisher; deadlines are set at:

- fourteen (14) months concerning cookies, connection data and audience measurement;

- a maximum of three (3) years for other types of data;

. The Publisher undertakes, at the end of this period, to renew the consent of users to continue to use the data concerning him (Optin), and in the absence of explicit consent to cease the possible sending of newsletters and all commercial requests (Optout).

Article 9.2. Data archive

. After the aforementioned deadlines and in the absence of formal opposition from the user on the retention of his personal data, the data collected which have not been validly deleted, may be archived on a computer medium. for evidentiary purposes and with strictly limited access.

In these cases, the retention periods for this data for legal archiving are defined by the following standards in force, and depending on the type of data concerned: sites / default / files /typo/document/20120719-REF-DUREE_CONSERVATION-VD.pdf

Article 10. Right of individuals to their collected data

. Users have the right to access, rectify, oppose, and / or delete data concerning them, which they can exercise at any time by writing an email to the address: cyril.rolly @, or by mail (contact details via the Legal Notice).

. The Publisher undertakes to make any possible reasoned request for said data effective, by responding to these requests within thirty (30) calendar days of receipt of the request. These requests are made by email to the address and are formalized by an email notifying the receipt and execution of the request.

. For security reasons and to avoid any fraudulent request, the Publisher may validly require that this request be accompanied by proof of identity, which it will delete or destroy after processing the request, subject to the application of a legal provision requiring its archiving, and in the contions of Article 9.2 of this Privacy Policy.

. Users agree that in the event of a justified request for deletion of their personal data, the latter may be purged without the possibility of recovery and that this deletion could in certain cases prevent the continuation of their contractual relations.

Article 11. Complaints, disagreements and disputes

. By express agreement, this Confidentiality Policy is subject to and governed exclusively by French law, and must be interpreted under French law.

. In the absence of amicable resolution of any conflicts, and of an express agreement, the disputes that could not lead to an amicable settlement, relating to the collection and processing of personal data of users of the Site, and to this Privacy Policy , concerning its validity, interpretation, execution, consequences and consequences, will be submitted:

- when no specific mandatory provision is applicable, to the jurisdiction of the courts of the place of the Publisher's registered office, and in all other cases, to the jurisdiction of the court determined by the applicable mandatory provisions and as the case may be. 'species.

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