Privacy Policy

Link status

The specific practices described in this privacy policy statement relate only to the aforementioned website. External links from other bodies/entities related to ethnolink. fr may be present on our sites, for editorial, partnership, advertising, payment, etc. purposes. We draw your attention to the fact that we are not responsible for the privacy policy and content of external sites.
As such, we recommend that you review the privacy policy statements of other bodies/entities when you visit their website(s). Despite everything, we try to do our best to study the content of the sites of our partners and advertisers before any collaboration.

Data usage and collection specifications (automatically logged information)

You can visit our website without disclosing any personal information. However, some services you use require the collection and retention of a number of automatically recognized items. The collection of this data is done by means of cookies, intended to improve our services, and which can also be used for the establishment of statistics. A cookie is a piece of data sent to your browser from a website and stored on your hard drive.
Cookies are present in the private areas of our sites (if the user registers there); they are used to save the visitor's password so that he does not have to re-enter it on each new visit. These cookies may include the following information:
- IP address
- Certain categories requested during registration: Nickname, Last name, First name, Email address, Date of birth.
- If the user has checked the "remember the username and password" box, these two elements are coded and added to the "cookie".
- If a user registered in one of our private spaces returns to the site without identifying himself, the elements registered in the "cookie" allow him to be recognized (unless he has manually deleted the cookies, in which case the server will automatically generate a new cookie).
We inform you that you can oppose the registration of "cookies" by configuring your browser. To find out the procedure to follow depending on the browser you are using, please consult the help section of the latter.

Collection and use of data provided voluntarily

It is not essential to register on our site. You can view this even if you do not wish to register or provide personal information, but in this case you will not be able to purchase online, receive newsletters by e-mail, or contact us electronically. . We respect your wishes, and will never collect personal data about you without your explicit consent.
If we collect data that you communicate to us when creating your private spaces, in the context of orders, surveys, contests or other forms, as well as in the e-mails that you send, we may extract anonymous pieces of information and combine them with others.
This information, which can only be used and analyzed in aggregate form, helps us better understand certain trends and usage patterns. They are never processed individually. If you do not wish your transaction information to be used in this manner, you can either disable your cookies or discontinue registration at the query level.
All relevant data processing concerning our customers and prospects using our website complies with the Simplified Standard No. 48 of 06/07/2005 published by the CNIL. To find out the details of this processing (recipients, purposes, retention period, data processed), please click here.
This data processing has been implemented by our processing manager, whose contact details you will find in the “legal notices” section.

To be informed of how Google will use your personal data when you give your consent on our site, click below:

Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service


Data protection for minors
The use of our site is reserved for adults. Any collection of data that may be carried out with minors must be the subject of parental authority information, which has the capacity to oppose any processing concerning said data.
However, any adult holder of parental authority may, under their responsibility, offer the use of our site and associated services to their minor child.

Free choice of visitor


We collect personal data if it is provided voluntarily when you use our services. You can choose to create a private space on our sites, to receive promotional mail or marketing information from us or our partners by choosing the desired options when registering.
All our registrations respect the principle of active Opt-In or Double Opt-In and always require voluntary action on your part. If you choose to register, to order, the information you provide will be accessible to the staff of our entities, as well as to authorized third parties who will use it in the context of event management.
If you no longer wish to receive promotional information or marketing information from us or our partners, simply let us know by email as mentioned in the "legal notices" section or by using the unsubscribe link provided at the bottom of each newsletter.
We also provide you with several means of contacting us in order to exercise your rights or express your wish to transmit personal data to us (for example, non-exhaustive list):
- By checking a box at the location on your site where the data is collected (Active Opt-in)
- By confirming a voluntary action by email (double Opt-In)
- By placing an order in accordance with the provisions of the LCEN- By sending an electronic message
- By sending a letter
- By dialing a telephone number

Privacy and security


Our concern is to preserve the quality and integrity of your personal information. The technologies as well as the security policies applied by ourselves and our technical service providers make it possible to protect the personal data of our users against any unauthorized access, any improper use, any alteration, any malicious or accidental destruction and any involuntary loss of data. .
We are constantly improving our security procedures as technologies evolve in order to maintain a maximum level of protection. On our site, the transmission of your following personal data is secured according to various protocols guaranteeing the highest degree of protection in line with existing technology and the category of personal data transmitted:
Category 1: primary personal data (name , email, contact details…. )
Category 2: other personal profile data (description, hobbies, tastes…. )
Category 3: identifiers (credit card number, private space identifiers…. )
All our employees, contractors and authorized third parties who have access to the data or are associated with its processing are required to respect the confidentiality of the personal data of our visitors, customers and prospects.
We guarantee that your personal data will not be communicated to government institutions or authorities, except in the cases provided for by law or regulation.

Self-assessment


In order to maintain the highest degree of protection of the personal data we hold about our visitors, customers and prospects, we regularly undergo self-assessment. This self-assessment is carried out by the data controller and covers both technical and organizational measures.
It also relates to the regular relations that we maintain with our subcontractors, partners and authorized third parties with regard to their data protection policy.

Right of access, rectification, deletion


In accordance with articles 38 and following of the amended Law 78-17, you have the right to access, rectify, delete data concerning you.
Concerning the right of access:
Before sending you personal data, we will ask you to provide us with proof of your identity.
If you are unable to prove your identity, we reserve the right to refuse to send you your personal data.
We strive to respond to these requests within a reasonable time.
Concerning the rights of rectification and deletion:
the prerequisites are identical to those concerning the right of access.

Notification of changes


The creation of new services on our sites may require changes to this data protection policy statement. In this case, we will notify these changes in this section. We will also declare these changes to the CNIL if they require it.