In accordance with the provisions of clauses 6-III and 19 of the French Digital Economy Confidence legislation (loi pour la Confiance dans l'Économie Numérique,) we hereby inform you that:
This website, www.france.fr (hereafter referred to as the ‘Website’) is published by:
Atout France, a French economic interest group (GIE),
Whose registered office is 200-216 rue Raymond Losserand - 75014 PARIS,
Tel.: +33 1 42 96 70 00
Registered in the Paris RCS register of companies as number 340 709 211
Intracommunity VAT number: FR 39340709211
Electronic mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Website publisher is the Chief Executive Officer of Atout France Caroline Leboucher.
The Website is hosted by:
113, route de Paris
69160 Tassin la Demi Lune
All parts of this Website are subject to French legislation, particularly in respect of intellectual property and personal data, and to all applicable international legislation.
The data, pictograms, icons, photographs, images, text, video sequences, whether animated, accompanied by audio or otherwise, and all other components of the Website are protected by industrial and/or intellectual property rights owned by Atout France, or are reproduced and represented by Atout France with permission of their owners.
Any reproduction, representation, adaptation, translation and/or modification, whether in part or in full, or any transfer by means of any process whatsoever, is prohibited unless permission has been expressly granted by Atout France in advance and in writing. Any such act would constitute counterfeiting within the meaning of clauses L.335-2 and subsequent of the French Intellectual Property Code.
The copying of these copyrighted materials to a printed medium for private use is permitted in accordance with clause L.112-5 of the French Intellectual Property Code.
To obtain permission for use or to request further information on this subject, please contact us at:
Atout France, Secrétariat Général,
200-216 rue Raymond Losserand - 75014 Paris
or by e-mail to: email@example.com
The brands of Atout France and its partners, together with the logos referred to and reproduced on this Website, are registered trademarks.
Any reproduction, whether in part or in full, of these brands or logos using components of the Website without the express prior permission of Atout France is prohibited within the meaning of the French Intellectual Property Code.
Atout France will accept no responsibility whatsoever for access by Website users via hypertext links inserted into the structure of the Website to other network resources.
PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION
Complying with personal data protection requirements is an important aspect of the relationship of trust that we wish to establish with you.
The purpose of this statement of information is to give you a transparent picture of the processing activity that we might carry out throughout our relationship.
In its capacity as processing manager, Atout France gathers and processes personal data for the purposes of:
- informing you of our and our partners’ events so that you may attend;
- sending you communications (newsletter, catalogues etc.);
- offering you our products and services and telling you about those of our partners;
- enabling you to access our website and taking part in our competitions;
- enabling us to conduct analyses and studies in relation to our products and services and our website traffic.
We only process data when at least one of the following conditions is met:
- your consent to processing operations has been obtained;
- we are bound by statutory and regulatory requirements enforcing the processing of the personal data in question;
- the performance of a contract that requires us to process the personal data in question;
- we or a third party has a legitimate interest that justifies our processing the personal data in question.
Should we ask for your consent, this is obtained directly via the form provided for collecting your information.
The storage periods that we apply to your personal data are proportionate to the purposes for which it is gathered.
We gather your personal data, including any gathered subsequently, in our capacity as processing manager.
We see to it that only authorised persons have access to the data. Our service partners may be in receipt of the data for carrying out the services that we entrust to them. Some personal data may be sent to third parties or legally authorised authorities to meet our legal, regulatory or contractual obligations.
We transfer your personal data to countries outside the European Union, such transfers being within the framework of legal instruments in accordance with the applicable regulations.
YOUR RECOGNISED RIGHTS
Under the terms of data protection regulations, you have the right to access, correct and delete your personal data.
Deletion can only occur when:
- data is no longer needed for the purposes for which we collected or processed it;
- you have withdrawn your consent to processing it;
- you object to the processing thereof and there is no compelling reason for Atout France to carry this out;
- the data has been processed unlawfully;
- the data needs to be deleted to meet legal requirements under EU law or French law, to which Atout France is subject.
You may also request data processing to be restricted and for it to be portable, to include sending it to third parties.
Your right to portability may only be exercised in respect of your personal data, which excludes anonymous personal data or data that is not about you. This right is restricted to processing on the basis of consent or a contract and personal data that you have generated yourself.
You may also object to data processing for your own personal reasons. With regard to commercial prospection, you may also exercise this right free of charge and without giving any reason by writing to the address below.
Where the data processing that we carry out is based on your consent, you may withdraw it at any time. We will stop processing your personal data from that point onwards.
You may exercise your rights by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or letter to :
Atout France, Service juridique,
200/216 RUE RAYMOND LOSSERAND
75680 PARIS CEDEX 14
providing proof of your identity.
You can also make a complaint to a supervisory authority – In France, this is CNIL, 3 place de Fontenoy, TSA 80715, 75334 Paris cedex 07.
You have the option to issue instructions for the storage, deletion and communication of your personal data after your death to a trusted third party who is duly certified and charged with seeing that the wishes of the deceased are carried out, this being in accordance with the requirements of the applicable legal framework.
If you have any request relating to your personal data, you may write to email@example.com.
You are a prospective or current client of Atout France and have received this statement of information to inform you of your rights and how to exercise them. It also informs you of the use made of your personal data by Atout France.
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Atout France will accept no liability whatsoever for any material errors that may remain in the documents present on the Website, despite careful checking prior to publication.
The information provided on the Website is provided for information purposes only, and users of the Website should always conduct an additional analysis themselves.
Neither will Atout France accept any liability whatsoever for the information, words and opinions published on those websites to which its own Website provides hypertext links, over which it has no editorial control.
Those websites which choose to link to france.fr (http://france.fr (External link)) are liable for any negative impact they may have on the image of the Website.
Neither can Atout France accept any liability whatsoever for the defective transmission of data as a result of the various networks used by the Internet or incompatibilities with the browser used by visitors to the Website.
Any dispute regarding the use of the Website will be subject to French law. Visitors to the Website recognise and accept the exclusive jurisdiction of the relevant courts that fall under the jurisdiction of the Paris Court of Appeal (Cour d’appel de Paris).