Protection of personal data:
While browsing the site, users may be asked to provide information about themselves.
This personal information is used to contact and exchange with L'Arc Paris internal services.
L'Arc Paris is committed to ensuring that the collection and processing of data from the https://www.larcparis.com/ website complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD) and the French Data Protection Act.
a. Collection of anonymous data:
No personal information relating to the identity of the user is collected without his knowledge.
Nevertheless, during the consultation of the site, certain data of the user are collected automatically :
. The IP address (this address, which allows access to the Internet, is assigned to the user's computer by his or her Internet service provider and this information, which changes according to the user's session, is not personally identifiable) ;
. The website address from which the user is directly linked to https://www.larcparis.com/.
. The date and time of the user's visit to the https://www.larcparis.com/ website and the pages visited
. The operating system of the user's computer as well as the user's browser software
Consequently, L'Arc Paris collects anonymous user data (or anonymous data) on this site, such as the pages visited and the searches undertaken. This data is not personally identifiable because it does not personally identify the user of the site.
L'Arc Paris uses this anonymous information to improve the content of its site and to obtain aggregate statistics on visits.
b. Collection of personal data:
In order to access certain features and services, to contact and exchange with L'Arc Paris internal services, the user may provide personal information such as his or her first name, email address, postal address and telephone number.
This information is collected by means of forms that must be completed voluntarily by the user.
L'Arc Paris will not divulge to third parties the personal data transmitted by users via the forms to be completed or the automatic messaging system. It will only be used for the purpose of exchanging information as efficiently as possible.
When the user sends an electronic message to the L'Arc Paris site, he or she may be asked to communicate certain personal data. In this case, this personal data is processed and kept for a period not exceeding 5 years, for the sole purpose of communicating with the user. No data is intended for third parties without prior authorization from the user.
To protect the personal information you provide, L'Arc Paris uses all the security techniques available to it in the current state of technological progress. However, the Internet remains an open network, so L'Arc Paris cannot guarantee total security, particularly from malicious third parties.
d. Right of access:
The user has the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning him/her.
To exercise these rights, the user must send a request via the form relating to personal data.
e. Cookies and log cookies:
If necessary, the user can refuse the insertion of these cookies by following the procedure indicated on his or her browser (see below for the steps to follow), according to the proposed methods that best suit him or her.
This choice can be modified at any time.
Social plug-ins or sharing buttons on social networks are likely to be present on our site, to allow access to the functionality of sharing content with other people on social networks from our site or to let these other people know their consultation or their opinion concerning a content of our site (social plug-ins "like", "share", ...).
By the mere fact of their presence, these social plug-ins, whether or not the user is also a user of social platforms, are likely to deposit cookies on the user's hard drive in order to track the user's browsing and identify the user's centers of interest.
In addition, in order to analyze user preferences, and subject to user consent, web beacons may be placed by a third party service provider on some of our articles and messages to help us identify which pages are being viewed, to count the frequency of viewing and the number of visitors, to analyze traffic patterns, and to compile statistics for the most popular content.
Finally, audio and video recordings, podcasts and webcasts are made available through third-party services. When accessing these services, and subject to consent, these third parties may place cookies on the user's hard drive to help us identify the most popular content.
The steps to follow to refuse the insertion of these "third party" cookies are as follows, depending on the browser used:
For Mozilla firefox:
1. Choose the "Tools" menu and then "Options".
2. Click on the "privacy" icon
3. Locate the "cookie" menu and select the options that suit you
For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
1. Choose the "Tools" menu and then "Internet Options".
2. Click on the "Privacy" icon
3. Select the desired level using the slider
1. Go to the Chrome / Preferences menu
2. Click on "Show advanced settings".
3. Click on "Content settings..." in the privacy section
4. Click on "Cookies and Site Data..." in the new window
5. Click on "Delete all" and validate by clicking on "OK".
Go to the Safari / Preferences menu
Click on "Confidentiality".
In "Block cookies", check "Always".
To find out about the options offered by other browsers and how to delete cookies stored on your terminal, the CNIL details on this link the steps to follow to limit your traces on the web http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos- traces/cookies/advice- to-internauts/ie and, more generally, informs you about the mechanisms for setting cookies https://www.cnil.fr/fr/maitriser-mes-donnees.
By continuing to browse, the user consents to the use of these "third-party" cookies on our site.