Legal notice and confidentiality policy
The MARIE CARRELE service is attentive to the respect of personal rights, particularly with regard to automated processing. In its desire for transparency with its clients, it has set up a policy that defines such processing, the aims pursued by processing, and the means of action available to individuals for the best possible exercise of their rights.
For any further information on the protection of personal data [in France], we invite you to consult the website at www.cnil.fr.
We would like to draw your attention to the fact that disabling cookies may make navigation on this site, use of its functions, and access to the services offered difficult, or even impossible.
The version of these conditions for use that is currently on-line is the only version applicable for the entire duration of your use of the site, until such time as it is replaced by a new version.
Article 1 – Legal notice
1.1 The website covered by these conditions may be accessed using the following URL address : www.mariecarrele.com
MARIE CARRELE FRANCE
Parc d'Activité de la Vallée du Saule
Tremblay les Villages [France]
represented by Jean Luc DIOT, in his capacity as its President
SIRET : 43016501900026
T: +33 (0)2 37 65 31 42
Reception: E: firstname.lastname@example.org
www.mariecarrele.com is hosted by Bleu Digital, which has its registered office at 2 Pôle Atlantis, Avenue François Arago, 28000 Chartres (France), on servers dedicated exclusively to the use of Bleu Digital and physically located in France.
1.4 The creator and developer of the website is :
Bleu Digital at 2 Pôle Atlantis, Avenue François Arago, 28000 Chartres (France)
For any contact : email@example.com 02 37 34 29 23
Article 2 – Access to the Internet site
Access to and use of the Internet site are for strictly personal use only. All Internet users undertake to refrain from using this site and the information or data it contains for commercial, political or advertising purposes or for any form of commercial canvassing, including the sending of unsolicited e-mails.
Article 3 – Content of the Internet site
All the mentions, brand names, photographs, texts, commentaries, illustrations, images, whether animated or otherwise, video sequences, sounds, and any IT applications that may be used to make this site function and more generally all the elements reproduced or used on this site are protected by the intellectual property legislation currently in force.
They are the full and entire property of the editor or its partners. Any reproduction, representation, use or adaptation in any form whatsoever of all or part of these elements, including the IT applications, without first obtaining the editor’s agreement in writing is strictly prohibited. In the event of the editor not instigating proceedings as soon as it has knowledge of such unauthorised use, this shall not constitute either acceptance of that use or renunciation of recourse to proceedings.
Article 4 – Management of the Internet site
For the good management of this Internet site, the editor may at any time:
- suspend, interrupt or limit access to all or part of this Internet site, or limit access to all or part of this Internet site by a specific category of Internet users;
- delete any information that may disturb its functioning or contravene national or international legislation;
- suspend this Internet site in order to proceed with updates.
Article 5 - Liability
The editor may not be held liable in the event of any failure, breakdown, difficulty or interruption of functioning that prevents access to this Internet site or to any one of its functions.
The device used by the Internet user to connect to this site is that person’s entire responsibility. Internet users should take appropriate steps to protect their device and their own data, including from Internet-borne virus attacks. Furthermore, Internet users are solely responsible for their choice of the sites and data they consult.
The editor cannot be held liable in the event of any legal proceedings being brought against it:
- as a result of the use made of the Internet site or any service accessible via Internet;
- as a result of the Internet user’s disregard of these general conditions.
The editor cannot be held liable for any damage caused to an Internet user, to any third party, and/or to their device as a result of their connexion to or use of the site, and these persons shall decline taking any action against the editor in that respect.
Should the editor be involved in out-of-court or court proceedings as a result of an Internet user’s use of this site, it may enter a counterclaim against the Internet user to obtain compensation for any prejudice, sums, sentences and expense such proceedings may entail.
Article 6 – Hypertext links
Any hypertext link to all or part of this Internet site that may be set up by a user is the total responsibility of that user.
The editor has no control over any information that may be accessible via a link to another site, and cannot be held responsible for its content.
Article 7 – Collection of data
Any data is collected by the MARIE CARRELE FRANCE.
“Personal data” refers to any information in respect of an identified or identifiable natural person (‘the person concerned’); a person is deemed to be identifiable if he/she can be identified directly or indirectly, for example by referring to a name, identification number or one or more particular elements specific to his/her physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity.
The personal information that may be collected on this Internet site is principally used by the editor for managing its relations with Internet users, and as appropriate also for processing their requests. It is recorded in the editor’s client file, and the record drawn up from data of a personal nature has been declared to the appropriate French authorities (CNIL).
The editor’s CNIL number is currently in the process of being registered.
Article 8 – Right of access to, rectification and dereferencing of an Internet user’s data
Everyone has the right to access, rectify and oppose personal data stored about them. Everyone also has the right to restrict the processing of personal data about them, the right to be dereferenced, and the right to the portability of the personal data they have transmitted to the person responsible for processing.
You may exercise this right by contacting us by post at the following address:
MARIE CARRELE FRANCE Parc d'Activité de la Vallée du Saule 28170 - Tremblay les Villages [France]
or by e-mail at the following address : firstname.lastname@example.org
All requests must be accompanied by a photocopy of a currently valid signed identity document and an indication of the address where the editor may contact the person. The reply will be sent during the month following receipt of the request. This one-month delay may be extended by a further two months if the complexity of the request and/or the number of requests so demand.
Moreover, since the adoption of [French] Act No. 2016-1321 on 7 October 2016, anyone who so wishes has the possibility of deciding what is to happen to data about them [in France] after their death. You will find further information on this point on the website of the CNIL at https://www.cnil.fr/.
Article 9 – Use of the data
The information collected may be communicated to third parties contractually bound to the editor for the performance of subcontracted tasks necessary for the management of the account of an Internet user without his/her authorisation being required.
In the event of an offence involving the parties being committed in respect of which the judicial authorities need to have knowledge of the information collected, the information would then necessarily be communicated to those authorities at their specific, reasoned request, and would cease to be covered by the provisions protecting personal data.
Where certain items of information are compulsory to be able to access specific functions on the site, the editor shall indicate their compulsory nature at the time the data is entered.
Article 10 – Commercial offers
If, while visiting this site, an Internet user accesses data of a personal nature, he/she must refrain from any unauthorised collection or use and any act that might constitute an invasion of privacy or be damaging to another person’s reputation. The editor declines all liability in this respect.
The data is retained and used for a period of time in compliance with the legislation in force.
Article 11 - Cookies
What is a cookie?
A cookie or tracer is an electronic file downloaded to your device (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc) and read, for example, when you visit the Internet site, read an e‑mail, or install or use software or a mobile application, regardless of the type of device used. https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-traceurs-que-dit-la-loi [in French]
While browsing on this site, cookies from the editor of the site concerned and/or third-party companies may be downloaded to the Internet user’s device to facilitate use of the site and for statistical purposes.
The information collected shall be used to monitor the statistics for visiting the site, and to improve its design and user experience. It may be used to avoid having to ask the Internet user for the same information or options a number of times, thereby saving the user time while using the site.
The following cookies are present on this site :
- Cookie "_ga": cookie linked to Google Analytics, it allows to assign an id to a user so that it is considered as a unique user by GA, (valid for two years).
- Cookie "_gat_gtag_UA_126809397_1" : cookie linked to Google Analytics, it allows to drastically reduce the rate of requests (valid for 1 minute).
- Cookie "_gid" : Google Analytics cookie, it allows to assign an id to a user so that it is considered as a unique user by GA, (valid for one day).
- Cookie "hasConsent" : allows to save the validation of the banner cookies to avoid putting it back each time (valid for one year).
For more information on the use, management and removal of cookies, on all types of browser, we invite you to consult the following link: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser [in French].
Article 12 - Photographs and representation of the products
Product photographs accompanying descriptions of the products, or illustrations accompanying the presentation of services are not contractually binding and do not commit the editor in any way.
Article 13 – Applicable law
These conditions for using the site are governed by French law and subject to the competence of the courts of the place where the editor has its registered office, without prejudice to the specific attribution of competency resulting from any specific legislative or regulatory text.
Article 14 – Contact us
For any question or request for information about the products or services presented on the site, or about the site itself, any Internet user may contact us at the following address : email@example.com