- Defining a cookie
Cookies (or login cookies) are text files that are placed and stored on your device's hard drive (computer, smartphone, tablet or other device that can browse the Internet) by a website's server.
Some of these cookies are necessary or even essential to access certain features of a site. Others, for example, allow statistics and attendance volumes to be established (number of visitors on each page, geographical origin of the materials used to visit the site...) and statistics on the consultation and use of the various elements of the site (topics and content visited, duration of the visit...). They also provide additional services such as sharing content on a website via social networks.
The tracers used by the site fall into two categories:
- so-called strictly necessary tracers, which do not require your prior consent,
- other tracers subject to your prior consent.
1 - Tracers exempted from prior consent
According to the regulations, these cookies are exempt from the collection of user consent. Indeed, they are essential for navigation on our sites or strictly necessary to the provision of a service expressly requested by the user. Overpressure can cause navigational difficulties. We advise against removing them.
2 - Tracers submitted to your prior consent
These are cookies that allow us to know the use and performance of our sites, to establish statistics, volumes of attendance and use of the various elements of our sites (the pages or topics most often consulted , the most read articles...) to improve the interest and ergonomics of our services.
These are mainly cookies issued by La garçonnière. As for third-party cookies, they are not registered by us. Therefore, we suggest that you check the websites of these third parties for more information about registered cookies and how they are managed.
In any case, you can refuse these cookies by setting up your browser properly, as shown below.
Sharing cookies (social links)
Our sites contain sharing links to Facebook, Twitter and similar social networks, which allow you to share the content of our sites with other people via social networks. When you use these sharing buttons, a third-party cookie is installed.
If you are connected to a social network while browsing our sites, sharing buttons allow you to link the content you see to your user account on the social network. If you don't want the social network to connect the information collected through our sites to your user account, you must first log out of the social network.
In any case, you can also refuse these cookies by setting up your browser properly, as shown below.
Finally, we invite you to consult the privacy policies of these social networks in order to learn about your rights and the purposes of using, especially advertising, the browsing information they can collect through these application buttons.
A third-party advertising cookie is a cookie placed by the server of a domain separate from that of the site visited. The most common third-party advertising cookies are usually those used by advertising agencies.
They allow tracking on a network of sites. For example, they are used for behavioral targeting because they allow you to "recognize" a user on a set of separate sites. In this case, the network manager's cookie is placed or used from the pages of each site via a tag.
The use of tracers is governed by Article 32 II of Act 78-17 of 6 January 1978, transposing Article 5.3 of the 2002/58/EC Directive of the European Parliament and the Council of 12 July 2002 amended by directive 2009/136/EC.
2. Entering, processing and using personal data
Personal data is a concrete or personal indication of a specific or determinable individual. For example, this includes your name, phone number, address, and all the basic data you provide when you sign up and create your customer account.
2.1 - Customer Account
For all customers who sign up with "Create an Account" feature, we create a customer account, i.e. direct access to the basic data stored with us, protected by a password. This includes viewing data on past, current or recently sent orders, or managing your personal data and newsletter.
2.1.1 - Creating a customer account
It is imperative to provide the following data to create a customer account (mandatory data):
- your email address
- your password
- your first name
- your name
- Postal address
- consent to data protection policy
You only need to provide your billing and delivery address if you place an order. To process your order, we need your correct name, address and payment data. We need your email address or phone number to confirm receipt of your order and shipment, and more generally to communicate with you. In addition, we use your email address for your identification (as a login ID) when you log in to your customer account.