Privacy Policy

The present privacy policy sets out the goal of the data collection and the means given in order to control, delete or prevent this data collection.

I. Controle and removal of personal data

1.1 CNIL declaration

The file containing the personal Data of Internet Users has been declared to CNIL and recorded under number 1762617.

1.2 Right of access, rectification and opposition

The information of all Internet Users registered on this Site is saved for a period of 1 year, a reasonable period necessary for the proper administration of the Site and normal use of data. This data is kept under secure conditions, according to current techniques, in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act of 6th January 1978.

According to this, Internet Users have the right to oppose, query, access and rectify the data they provided. For this, they need only make a request to, sending it to the following address:, or by postal mail to the headquarters of : Etienne Deshoulières, 121, boulevard Sébastopol 75002 Paris, France. The rectification will occur in a reasonable time.


1. Cookies

1.1 Purpose of cookies

Cookies are used to store information relating to browsing on the Site (date, page, hours), as well as any data entered by Internet Users during their visits (searches, login, email, password). These cookies are meant to be kept on the computer station of the Internet User for a variable period of up to one year and can be read and used by during a subsequent visit of the Internet User to this Site.

1.2 Right of objection of the Internet User to the installation of cookies

The Internet User can block, modify the retention period, or delete these cookies via the browser interface (usually: tools or options / privacy or confidentiality). In such a case, browsing on this Site will not be optimised. If systematic disabling of the cookies on the browser of Internet Users prevents them from using certain Services, this malfunction cannot in any way constitute damage to the Internet User who cannot claim any compensation as a result.

1.3 Deleting installed cookies

Internet Users can also delete cookies installed on their computers, by going to their browser menu intended for this purpose (usually tools or options / privacy or confidentiality). Such an action makes the Internet Users lose the benefits provided by cookies.

2. IP addresses must disclose all personal data relating to an Internet User to the Police upon legal requisition or any person by court order. The IP address can be linked with the actual identity of the user if this information is disclosed by an Internet service provider.