Each online service limits the collection of personal data to a strict minimum (limiting data) and at the time of collection, is accompanied by information about:

  • The data manager and the goal of data collection (purposes);
  • The legal basis for processing the data;
  • Whether data collection is required or optional in order to manage your request and a reminder of the types of data processed;
  • The source of the data (when data other than those supplied via the online service are used to process your request);
  • The categories of people involved;
  • The recipients of the data (only the company, except when otherwise specified, if transfer to a third-party is necessary);
  • The data retention time;
  • The security measures (general description);
  • The possible existence of data transfers outside the European Union, or automated individual decision-making;
  • Your Information Technology and Civil Liberties rights and how to exercise them with the CNIL.


The personal data collected within the framework of the services offered on our site are processed according to secure protocols and allow our organization to manage the requests received via its computer applications.



For information or to exercise your Information Technology and Civil Liberties rights on the processing of your personal data, you may contact the Data Protection Officer (DPO):

  • By email:
  • By mail: Send a letter and a copy of a government-issued ID to the following address: Domaine du Paternel, Attention: DPO, 11 Route Pierre Imbert, 13260 Cassis, France



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