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Website editor and host

Website’s editor

Nouailhaguet Luc (EI)

33 rue du petit parc 78120 Rambouillet

Siren number: 895387132


Website hosting


4416 Louis B. Mayer, Laval (Québec) H7P 0G1, Canada

Phone: 0 805 080 426


This policy is meant to inform you on (1) the way this website handles your Personal Data and (2) the relevant rules for Cookies management.

The words “you” and “your” refer to people who visit this website (the “Visitors” / the “Site“).

Les termes “us” and “our” refer to the owner of this website.

The “Services” are those offered on our Site.

The “Applicable Rules” refer to French law n°78-17 from January 6 janvier 1978 called “Informatique et libertés” in its latest version, and EU Regulation 2016/679 from the European Parliament and Council from April 27 2016 regarding data protection (“GDPR“).

Any terminology used in relation to data protection refers to the meanings given in article 4 of GDPR. For more clarity, here is a reminder of some of those definitions.

Personal Data” refers to the Data with personal details as defined by the Applicable Rules, that is to say any information pertaining to a natural person, identified or identifiable, such as a name, identification number, location data, online identification (for example an IP address).

Relevant party” refers to any natural person, identified or identifiable, whose Data is subject to Processing.

Responsible for processing” refers to any person who determines the means and purposes of Processing.

Subcontractor” refers to any person who processes Personal Data on behalf of the person Responsible for processing in accordance to instructions given by them.

Processing” refers to any operation or group of operations dealing with Personal Data, whatever means is used such as collecting, logging, organizing, storing, adapting or modifying, extracting, consulting, using, transmitting or releasing, interconnecting, locking, erasing or destroying.

Violation of personal data” refers to a violation of security causing, accidentally or unlawfully, the unauthorized destruction, loss, alteration or release of Personal Data that had been processed, or unauthorized access to such Data.

1 Processing of your Data by this website

1.1 Why and how do we process your Data?

We process your Personal Data for the purposes of informing you about our Services (Visitors, Customers and Prospects), and for the purposes of analyzing the Site’s traffic (Visitors). In this respect, we are Responsible for the Processing of your Data. The Processing is done on the legal grounds of our legitimate interest in ensuring the commercial development of our Site.

1.2 What Data do we process?

Visitors are under no obligation to share their Data with us. However, when visiting our Site, your IP address may be detected (see paragraph about Cookies).

If you use the contact form to send us a message, we will process the following data: your name and email address.

1.3 Who receives this Data?

The people working for the Site’s owner and, if needed, for the Site’s host, will be processing your Personal Data. They only have access to the Data relevant to their tasks.

We might have to share your Personal Data in the case of a legal inquiry from a court of law or a government agency in charge of law enforcement.

1.4 How long do we keep your Data?

We only store your Personal Data for as long as we need it, for a duration that is proportionate to the purpose that it were collected for.

1.5 What are your rights?

In accordance with the Applicable Rules, you are entitled to access, correct or delete Data about you, and you can obtain a copy of the Personal Data we have about you in a digital format.

You are also entitled, for a legitimate motive, to oppose the Processing of the Data about you and its use for commercial purposes.

For any question, complaint, or additional information, please contact us by email at We might have to ask you for a proof of your identity if your request involves the exercise of one of the rights granted to you in the Applicable Rules.

We will answer all requests within one month of the date or receipt but please note this time-frame may be extended to two months depending on the complexity of your request or in the case of an unusual influx of requests.

2 Cookies

2.1 Why do we use Cookies?

The Visitor can decide to deactivate Cookies on his first visit to the Site. If there was no explicit opposition, the Visitor accepts the use of Cookies under the following conditions.

Only the issuer of the relevant cookie may read or modify the information that it contains.

Some Cookies are necessary for the Site’s proper functioning, others allow the optimization of the Site and the personnalisation of the displayed content. Cookies can:

  • Measure and analyze the traffic of the Site, its sections, its Services, providing statistics that allow us to improve the Site’s usability
  • Memorize the display preferences from the Visitor’s browser (language, screen settings, operating system, etc.) and adapt the Site’s layout depending on the device used to visit it
  • Store the information relating to, for instance, a contact form filled in by a Visitor
  • Apply security measures

2.2 Visitors using a shared device

If the device used by a Visitor is used by several people, or uses several browsers, we cannot be sure that the features displayed on this device are in accordance with the use of this device by one Visitor and not an other. Sharing a device with other people and configuring Cookies management in the browser’s settings are the Visitor’s choice and responsibility.

2.3 Cookies management

The Visitor can manage and modify the use of Cookies at any moment by using the control panel accessible in the Site’s footer menu or by clicking this link. The modification of settings will have an impact on the access and display of some features of the Site for which some Cookies are necessary.