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PRIVACY POLICY

Who are we? 
The address of our website is: https://www.marionclignet.com

The owner of the website is Mrs. Marion Clignet

Use of the personal data collected
Interested parties: Newsletter or Newsletter subscribers (existing and potential customers)

We ask for the customer’s data when sending the newsletter and the contact form. To this end, we scrupulously follow the instructions of the law. Without the customer’s consent, we will not request or use this data on television media.

Person-related data that you transmit to us, for example in an order or by e-mail (e. g. name and address) will under no circumstances be disclosed and used for correspondence purposes only.

We assure you that your personal data will not be passed on to a third party unless required by law or with your prior consent. For the conduct and implementation of information processing procedures, national laws are scrupulously respected.

The personal data that you transmit to us through our website are only recorded in our database for the time it takes to send out newsletters.

Without the customer’s consent, we will not transmit or use any data for commercial purposes or for market research or other research.

Statistical data
The client’s browser sends automated information directly to our Log folder on our web server where we collect and store all information. These are the type and version of the browser, the operating system used, the website, the date and time of the request made by the server. However, this data is kept anonymous. No link is made to other data. This data is only used for our statistics.

Right to opposition and information
The customer has the right to request information at any time regarding the recording of personal data, its origin, recipient and processing. The customer can also write to us for any question to which the privacy statement on data protection does not answer. Requests for blocking, deletion or regularisation can also be sent to us at the address indicated in the legal notices.

Cookies
Our web pages use cookies to make the offer better and safer for the customer. These are small text documents that leave traces on your computer by your browser. They do not contain any viruses and do not cause any damage to your computer. The Cookies we use are mostly deleted once you close our web pages; they are temporary Cookies. Other cookies leave traces on your computer and allow us to recognize you on your next visit; these are called durable cookies. Our partner companies are prohibited from distributing, using or storing your personal data via these cookies. You can disable the use of these cookies at any time through your browser options. However, the scope of the functions of our website and our offer may be limited as a result of the deactivation of Cookies.

Newsletter
If you subscribe to our Newsletter, we record your name and email address. Other personal information about you will not be recorded. The information will only be used to send our Newsletter and will not be transmitted to a third party.

By subscribing to our Newsletter, we also record your IP address and registration date. This allows us to check that no email address is stolen by a third party in order to obtain our Newsletter.

You can unsubscribe free of charge at any time or cancel your subscription to our Newsletter. To do so, please let us know.

Google Analytics
We use Google Analytics for our web pages, a Google Inc. web analytics service, 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, Kalifornian, 94043 USA. Google Analytics uses “Cookies”. These are text documents that will be saved on the customer’s computer and will analyze the customer’s use of our pages. The information created through these cookies about the customer’s use of these pages is generally transmitted and stored on a Google server in the United States. In the event that anonymization of the IP address on these sites is activated, the IP address will be cut off but still transmitted within EU Member States or other States that have ratified the Treaty on European Economic Union. Only in exceptional cases, cut IP addresses will be transmitted to the server.