Table of Contents1- Nature of the personal data collected
2-What do we do with these data ?
2-1 Purpose of the collected data
2-2 Your rights concerning your personal data
3- Particular case of cookies
3-1 Presentation of a cookie
3-2 What are cookies used for ?
3-2-1 Technical cookies
3-2-2 Audience measurement cookies
3-3 Your choices and modalities for opposing and deleting the cookies on our websites
3-3-1 Refusing or deleting cookies via your browser
3-3-2 Refusing or deleting an audience measurement cookie
3-4 More information about cookies with the CNIL
1- Nature of the personal data collected
In order to respect the privacy of its users, X.NOV is committed to the collection and processing of personal information carried out by this website in compliance with Law No. 78-17 dated 6 January 1978 concerning information technology, computer files and freedoms, called the "Loi informatique et libertés" [law on computer data and freedoms], as amended in 2004.
The information that we collect comes from :
- Either the voluntary registration of an e-mail address that allows us to answer your contact request ;
- Or data from your browsing of our websites via cookies : consultation of a web page, click on a link, search carried out, etc.
2- What do we do with these data ?
2-1 Purpose of the collected data
Depending on the case, the uses are as follows :
- If you contacted us via the contact form : in this case, your e-mail address is used to answer you and send you internal announcements ;
- The X.NOV websites collect personal data through cookies (see complete presentation below in paragraph 3).
In addition, the personal data is kept as per the provisions of Decree No. 2011-219 dated 25 February 2011 regarding the storage and communication of data that make it possible to identify any person who has contributed to the creation of content put online.
The collected personal data will not be transferred outside of XNOV or France.
2-2 Your rights concerning your personal data
As per the "Loi informatique et libertés" [law on computer data and freedoms] dated 6 January 1978 as amended in 2004, you have a right to access, oppose and delete your personal data
You can exercise these rights at any time and by any means, in particular :
by mail sent to the following address :
ZAC des Guinnottes 2
14 rue du Chêne Sec
- by e-mail sent to the following address : xnov [at] xnov.com
It is mandatory that the request be accompanied by a photocopy of a compliant and valid form of ID.
As per the Law, you request will be processed within a maximum period of 2 months following receipt.
We would like to remind you that abusive requests are punishable by law.
3- Special case of cookies
3-1 PRESENTATION OF A COOKIE
A cookie is a text file that is useful for the navigation of websites that is placed in a dedicated place on the hard drive of your device (computer, tablet, cell phone or any other device optimised for the internet) when you consult a content or ad online. It is used to personalise the pages by adapting them to your profile and includes collected data such as, depending on the case, your name, your e-mail address, the time and day of connection, your computer’s operating system, the pages of visited sites, etc.
3-2 WHAT ARE COOKIES USED FOR ?
two types of cookies, which serve the purposes described below, can thus be saved in your computer when you visit our website :
3-2-1 TECHNICAL COOKIESTechnical cookies are necessary for the navigation of our site, as well as access to different products and services. Technical cookies make it possible in particular to recognise you, to report your visit to such or such page and to improve your navigation comfort : adapt the presentation of the site to the display preferences of your device (language used, display resolution), memorise passwords and other information regarding a form that you filled out on the website (registration or access to the Member Area). Technical cookies also make it possible to implement security measures (this is the case for example when you are asked to connect to your Member Area again after a certain lapse of time). We would like to draw your attention to the fact that the deletion of technical cookies could have a negative impact on your access to the site and/or the service proposed.
3-2-2 AUDIENCE MEASUREMENT COOKIESAudience measurement cookies are issued by our technical service providers in order to measure the audience for the various contents and sections of our website so that we can evaluate and organise them better. These cookies also make it possible, if applicable, to detect browsing problems and thus improve the ergonomics of our services. These cookies only produce anonymous statistics and visit volumes, and do not include any individual information.
3-3 YOUR CHOICES AND MODALITIES FOR OPPOSING AND DELETING THE COOKIES ON OUR WEBSITESBy using our website, you consent to the use of the abovementioned cookies. However, you can choose any any time to deactivate all or a part of the cookies, according to the different modalities described below.
You can also set your browser so that it tells you as you go which cookies are placed in your device and asks you to accept or reject them.
If your device is used by several people and when the same device has several browsers, we cannot make sure that the services and ads intended for your device actually correspond to your own use of this device and not that of another user of the device.
In all cases, the sharing with other people of the use of your device and the configuration of the parameters of your browser with regard to cookies are your choice and your responsibility.
3-3-1 REFUSING OR DELETING COOKIES VIA YOUR BROWSERVia your browser, you can, at any time, choose to deactivate all or a part of the cookies and/or set your browser so that it reports the cookies saved as in your terminal as it occurs and asks you to accept or refuse them (on a case by case basis or in general). The deactivation of all cookies will not prevent you from using our website under normal conditions, as no cookie is essential for it to function.
If you use the Explorer browser : click on the “Tools” button, then “Internet Options”. Under the general tab “Browsing history”, click on “Settings”. Then click on “Display files” and select the cookie(s) that you would like to deactivate. Next, close the window that contains this list of cookies and click twice on “OK” to return to the internet.
http : //windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
If you use the Firefox browser : click on the icon of the Firefox Menu, then on the “Tools” button, then “Options” ; in the window that pops up, select “Privacy” and click on “Delete specific cookies”. Select the cookies that you would like to deactivate then delete them.
http : //support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/Activer%20et%20d%C3%A9sactiver%20les%20cookies
If you use the Safari browser : click on the button “Settings”, then “Preferences”. In the window that appears, choose “Confidentiality/Security”, and click on “Display cookies”. Select the cookies that you would like to deactivate then click on “delete” or “delete all”.
http : //www.apple.com/legal/privacy/fr-ww/cookies/
If you use the Chrome browser : click on the icon of the Google Chrome menu, then “Settings”. At the bottom of the page, click “Display advanced settings”. In the “Confidentiality” section, click on “Content parameter”. To deactivate the cookies :
Select “Prohibit all sites from storing data”.
Click on “Cookies and website data” then place the mouse on the site that created the cookie, and click on “X” in the right corner, or click on “Delete all”.
3-3-2 REFUSING OR DELETING AN AUDIENCE MEASUREMENT COOKIEIf you do not want our website to save cookies on your browser for audience measurement purposes, you can click on the following deactivation links that will save a cookie on your browser with the sole purpose of deactivating them :
Krux : http : //www.krux.com/krux_privacy/consumer_choice/
Google Analytics : https : //tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout ?hl=fr
Please note, these cookies make it possible to measure the traffic and/or audience associated with our website, the pages visited and the interactions that took place during your visit to the site. Deactivating them therefore prevents any collection of information regarding your browsing of our site and thus the offer of suitable editorial content based on your browsing.
Please note,the taking into account of your various preferences is based on one or more determined cookies. If you delete all of the cookies saved in your device concerning our site, we will not know which consent or refusal you gave anymore. It would require that you reinitialise your consent and you must therefore refuse the cookie(s) that you do not want to keep again. In the same way, if you use another internet browser, you will have to refuse these cookies again, because your choices, like the cookies to which they relate, depend on your browser and device (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) that you use to consult our website.
3-4 MORE INFORMATION ABOUT COOKIES WITH THE CNIL
The Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) [National Commission for Computer Files and Liberties] has made a video to find out everything you need to know about cookies. The video is accessible here : https : //www.cnil.fr/atom/14976
To guide you in the process of limiting the traces you leave on the internet, if you would like, we invite you to please consult the following web page : https : //www.cnil.fr/fr/recommandation-sur-les-cookies-quelles-obligations-pour-les-responsables-de-sites-quels-conseils