1. WEB EDITOR
Company name: Tonsor & Cie
Address: 31 rue Bouquières 31000 Toulouse.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration: Toulouse Trade & Companies Register No. 813 028 982
Publication manager: David Ferrara
2. WEB HOSTING
Company name: OVH
Address: 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France
Lille Métropole Trade & Companies Register No. 424 761 419 00045
Site design and development: Tataragne/V.Hove/R. Ramful/D. Ferrara
Photo credits: Pierre Beteille, Nicolas Blanchadell, David Ferrara
4. PERSONAL DATA
In accordance with the provisions of the French Data Protection Act of 6th January 1978 (modified 6th August 2004), you have the right to access, correct, amend and delete any personal data you have given us. You can exercise this right at any time by emailing us at email@example.com
5.1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that are stored on your device when you visit and use websites and online services. They are commonly used to make websites run smoothly, to optimise web pages, to provide information and to customise services and adverts. Cookies are not the only technology used for these purposes. We also use other similar technologies. See the information below, including concrete examples, to learn more.
Tonsor & Cie may use different types of cookies:
Necessary cookies: these cookies are required for our website and online service to run smoothly. For example, to authenticate and identify users when they log into our website and applications so we can provide our service. These cookies also allow us to apply our Conditions of Use, to prevent fraud and to ensure that our service remains secure.
Performance and functionality cookies: these cookies are not essential but do help us personalise and improve your online experience. For example, they enable us to store your preferences and stop you having to re-enter information you have already given us (such as when you register). We also use this type of cookie to collect data on how visitors are using the service (such as popular pages, conversion rates, viewing habits and click-through rates). This helps us to improve and personalise our website and services and to carry out market studies. If these cookies are removed, the features of our service may not all work as intended.
Advertising cookies: these cookies store information about your visits to our website and other websites, such as the pages you view, how you use our service and the way you respond to adverts and emails. They enable our advertising team to show you more relevant adverts on our website and elsewhere. One way this happens is by avoiding showing you the same advert too many times. These adverts are known as “interest-based”. Many advertising cookies involved in our service belong to service providers.
5.3. How can I choose settings for cookies and other online tracking methods?
To learn more about cookies created via our website and other online tracking methods (including where third parties collect information about your online activities over time and via online services or third-party sites which optimise targeted adverts by interest) and to choose the relevant settings, visit the “List of cookies used” section. We do not currently deal with “Do not track”-type web browser signals.
5.4. How does Tonsor & Cie use web beacons and other technologies?
Cookies are often associated with web beacons (also known as invisible GIFs or web bugs). Tonsor & Cie may use web beacons for the same purposes as cookies, such as to understand and improve how our service is used, to optimise site performance, to analyse user traffic and operations carried out on our site and to understand interaction with our marketing campaigns (including emails and online advertising on third-party sites). Because web beacons are usually associated with cookies, by refusing the latter you often make the former less effective.
We use other technologies similar to cookies like browser storage and plugins (e.g. HTML5, IndexedDB, Web SQL and Silverlight). Like cookies, some of these technologies can store small amounts of data on your device. We may use these technologies (among others) for the same purposes as cookies, including to apply our conditions, to prevent fraud and to analyse how our service is being used. You can exercise your right to choose how these technologies are used on your device. For example, the best-known browsers allow you to empty their storage, generally via Settings or Preferences. To learn more, please look at your browser’s online help or support section. You can also disable other technologies such as Silverlight storage in the application itself.
5.5. List of cookies used
Name: Session ID
Cookie purpose: Site access. The cookie is retained while the user browses the site.
Agreement status: No refusal procedure
Cookie purpose: Targeted advertising, analytics/measurement, content customisation
Agreement status: https://support.twitter.com/
Name: Facebook Connect
Cookie purpose: Advertising server, targeted advertising, analytics/measurement, content customisation
Agreement status: https://www.facebook.com/
Cookie purpose: Analytics/measurement, optimisation
Agreement status: No refusal procedure available
Name: Google Analytics
Cookie purpose: Targeted advertising, analytics/measurement, optimisation
Agreement status: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=fr
Cookie purpose: Advertising campaign management, targeting, display limiting
Agreement status: http://smartadserver.fr/
6. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
The Tonsor & Cie site belongs to and is operated by Tonsor & Cie. All text and photographs on the site are protected by current intellectual property legislation. Therefore, they may not be copied, reproduced, modified, republished, misrepresented, transmitted or distributed in any way, using any format, in part or in full without prior written authorisation from Tonsor & Cie. They may only be copied for private, non-commercial usage on your personal computer.
The following statement must appear on all authorised copies of part or all of the site: “COPYRIGHT Tonsor & Cie ALL RIGHTS RESERVED”. Any permitted use of components or elements of the site must not include content misrepresented, modified or altered in any way.
9. JURISDICTIONAL PROVISIONS
The Website and its content are governed by French law and any dispute arising will be subject to the jurisdiction of the French courts.