Confidentiality of personal data
Confidentiality of personal data
Cocktail Aventure undertakes to comply with the regulatory and ethical provisions on the protection of personal data. Consequently, we guarantee the confidentiality of your personal information, whether it is transmitted during your registration or when you contact us via the forms on our website. Under no circumstances will your personal data be transmitted to third parties for commercial purposes.
In accordance with the French law “Informatique et Libertés”, the information requested by Cocktail Aventure is mandatory and necessary for the commercial and marketing management of your file and for the quality of our relations. Thus, the information collected may be communicated to third parties linked to Cocktail Aventure by contract for the performance of subcontracted tasks necessary for the Cocktail Aventure activity.
Finally, you have the right to access, modify, rectify and permanently delete all data concerning you. You can exercise this right by contacting our customer service department.
1. The information we collect.
Cocktail Aventure ensures that it collects and processes only the data strictly necessary for the purpose of the processing it carries out.
The data collected by Cocktail Aventure is necessary to provide the services offered by Cocktail Aventure.
All the data processed comes from the recording of information from people who have directly communicated it to Cocktail Aventure.
Some information is mandatory because it is essential to process your requests, others are optional, they allow us to get to know you better. Mandatory information is marked with an asterisk on the entry form.
Unless otherwise indicated in clear text on the personal data entry form, the data collected by Cocktail Aventure are not transferred to third parties.
Cocktail Aventure guarantees that the information recorded on the site is treated in a strictly confidential manner.
- WHAT IS A COOKIE?
- WHAT COOKIES ARE PRESENT ON OUR SITES AND APPLICATIONS?
- YOUR CHOICES REGARDING COOKIES
1. WHAT IS A COOKIE?
A cookie is a computer file in text format that is saved on your hard drive when you visit a website such as Cocktail Aventure. The cookies we use allow us to store data about you in order to personalize and facilitate your navigation on your next visit (for example: pages visited, date and time and password). They also allow our partners to offer you targeted advertising displays based on your browsing or to measure traffic on our site in order to improve its performance and ergonomics.
A cookie does not allow us to identify you, it only records your IP address (your computer’s identification number).
Cookies are stored on your computer for a period of time determined according to their functions, but the validity cannot exceed 13 months for so-called “permanent” cookies.
Cookies recorded by us or by third parties when you visit our sites and applications do not recognize you personally as an individual, but only the device you are using. Cookies do not store any sensitive personal data but simply provide information about your browsing so that your device can be recognized later.
Cookies do not cause any damage to your device, but make it easier, for example, to find your preferences, pre-fill certain fields and adapt the content of our services.
Only you can choose whether you want to have cookies stored on your device and you can easily control the recording of cookies. For specific information on cookie management and control, please refer to the specific section of the page (link to the paragraph in question). Your choices about cookies.
2. WHAT ARE THE COOKIES ON OUR WEBSITE?
2.1 Functional cookies
When you first connect to the site, cookies are placed on your hard drive. These cookies are used by us to:
- Measure the site’s audience,
- Obtain statistics on the number of visitors to the site,
- Assess your interest in the content and our various sections.
These cookies also allow us to:
- Evaluate the relevance of the site’s ergonomics,
- Keep your session active so you don’t have to reconnect,
2.2 Statistics (or analytical) cookies
The analytical cookies that we issue allow us to better know our company and improve our services by establishing statistics and volumes of attendance and use (sections and content visited, route…).
3. YOUR CHOICES REGARDING COOKIES
When you browse our website, information may be recorded, or read, in your terminal, subject to your acceptance.
If you refuse to register them in your device, or delete those registered there, you will no longer be able to benefit from a number of features that may be necessary to navigate through certain areas of our Sites and Applications.
You can choose at any time to express and modify your wishes, by the means described below:
3.1 General purpose cookies
You can configure your browser software to store cookies in your device or to reject them. Some browsers allow you to set rules to manage cookies on a site-by-site basis.
For cookie management, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will allow you to know how to modify your wishes:
For Internet Explorer
Click on the Tools button, then on Internet Options.
Click on the Privacy tab, then under Settings,
Move the cursor up to block all cookies or down to enable all cookies,
To finish, click on OK.
Click on Safari.
Select Preferences and then Confidentiality.
Click on Details.
Select one or more websites that store cookies and click on Delete or Delete All.
After you have deleted the websites, click Done.
Click on the Google Chrome menu in the browser toolbar.
Click Show Advanced Settings.
In the “Privacy” section, click on the Content Settings button.
In the “Cookies” section, you can change the following settings:
- Delete cookies
- Block cookies by default
- Allow cookies by default
- Keep cookies and site data by default until your browser closes
- Make exceptions for cookies on certain websites or domains
At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Tools menu, then select Options.
Select the Privacy panel.
Set Retention Rules: to use the custom settings for the history.
Clear the Accept cookies check box to disable cookies.
Click OK to close the “Options” window.
Click on Preferences.
Then click on Advanced.
Then select Cookies.
Several choices are available to you:
- Accept cookies: All cookies are accepted (by default).
- Accept only those of the site visited: Cookies from third parties, from a domain outside the one I am visiting,
- Are refused.
- Never accept cookies: All cookies are rejected.
3.2 Audience measurement cookies
In order to measure the traffic on our website and thus improve the quality of our content and site ergonomics, we use Google Analytics, which is a website audience analysis service provided by Google.
This software therefore measures data relating to Internet users, such as the number of visitors to the website or the use made of the site. The stored data is anonymous and does not contain any personal details.
Data relating to Cocktail Aventure is transmitted to Google and is stored under the responsibility of Google.
3.3 Social networks
Our site uses computer applications from third parties, which allow the Internet user to share content from our site with other people or to share with those other people their opinion about content on our site. This is particularly the case for the “Share”, “Like” buttons, which come from social networks such as Facebook, “Google+”, “Twitter”, etc.
When a user consults a page on the site containing such a button, his browser establishes a direct connection with the social network servers.
If he is connected to the social network while browsing, the application buttons are used to link the pages visited to his user account.
If they interact through plug-ins, for example by clicking on the “Like” button or leaving a comment, the corresponding information will be transmitted to the social network and published on their account.
If the user does not want the social network to link the information collected through the website to his or her user account, he or she must log out of the social network before visiting our site.
We invite you to consult the privacy policies of these social networks in order to learn about the purposes of use, including advertising, of the browsing information they may collect through these application buttons.