The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on 25 May 2018, sets out the principles to be respected when collecting, processing and storing personal data. They also guarantee rights for data subjects.
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USE OF COLLECTED PERSONAL DATA
Our site offers several forms to collect data from a visitor or applicant to be processed and recontacted in the context of the form. The data collected is kept for a maximum of 3 years for contacts, after activity on the website by the person.
At the end of these periods, all data relating to the person will be automatically deleted. For recruitment purposes, unless you request otherwise, we will keep your personal data on file for a certain period of time in order to contact you in the future for other job opportunities with us.
When you log in, we will set a number of cookies to store your login information and screen preferences. The lifetime of a login cookie is two days, and the lifetime of a screen preference cookie is one year. If you check “Remember me”, your login cookie will be retained for a fortnight. If you log out of your account, the login cookie will be deleted.
When editing or publishing an article, an additional cookie will be stored in your browser. This cookie does not contain any personal data. It simply indicates the identifier of the article you have just modified. It expires after one day.
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EMBEDDED CONTENT FROM OTHER SITES
Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles…). Embedded content from other sites behaves in the same way as if the visitor were on that other site.
The rights you have over your data
In accordance with the French Data Protection Act and the RGPD, any person may exercise his or her right to access, rectify, oppose, limit the processing of, delete and port his or her data by making a request on the specific form (copy of an identity document requested).