Corporate name: FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL « ESPOIRS »
Legal status : Société à Action Simplifiée
Last name director : REVELLO
First name director: Alain
Head office : Technopole Var Matin - Quartier Campcebier - Route de La Seyne
Postal code : 83190
City : OLLIOULES
Country : FRANCE
Phone : 00 33 4 98 00 36 30
Intra-Community VAT: FR82 434 800 454 000 10
SIRET : 434 800 454 000 10
Code APE/NAF : 926C
R.C.S. Toulon B 2001B00250
bat Poincaré - domaine du petit Arbois
Avenue Louis philibert
13100 Aix en provence
Phone : 00 33 4 86 87 03 07
Website : www.e-partenaire.fr
email : email@example.com
Web site hosting :
62 Rue Tiquetonne
Tel : +33 1 84 16 23 40
Publication director : Alain Revello
*For all the hyperlinks on our website, we are not responsible of the content presented on the linked sites.
Pursuant to the ePrivacy directive, Internet users must be informed and give their consent before depositing and reading certain tracers, while others are exempt from obtaining this consent.
What do the terms "cookie" or "tracker" cover?
The terms "cookie" or "traceur" cover for example:
the result of the calculation of a unique fingerprint of the terminal in the case of "fingerprinting" (calculation of a unique identifier of the terminal based on elements of its configuration for tracing purposes),
invisible pixels or "web bugs",
any other identifier generated by software or an operating system (serial number, MAC address, unique terminal identifier (IDFV), or any set of data used to calculate a unique fingerprint of the terminal (for example via a method of "Fingerprinting").
They can be placed and / or read, for example when consulting a website, a mobile application, or installing or using software, regardless of the type terminal used: computer, smartphone, digital tablet or video game console connected to the Internet.
prior consent of the user before the storage of information on his terminal or access to information already stored on it;
unless these actions are strictly necessary for the provision of an online communication service expressly requested by the user or have the sole purpose of enabling or facilitating communication by electronic means.
Article 82 of the Data Protection Act transposes these provisions into French law.
The CNIL recalls that the consent provided for by these provisions refers to the definition and the conditions provided for in Articles 4 (11) and 7 of the GDPR. It must therefore be free, specific, enlightened, unambiguous and the user must be able to withdraw it, at any time, with the same simplicity that he has granted it.
It is binding on those responsible for the processing (s) who deposit tracers subject to consent pursuant to article 82 of the Data Protection Act (for example when the publishers authorize the deposit of cookies which are then read by advertising agencies) . The latter are deemed to be jointly responsible for processing to the extent that they jointly determine the purposes and means of read and write operations on users' terminal equipment.
The obligation to obtain consent may therefore apply, in particular:
publishers of websites and mobile applications;
to social networks which provide modules for sharing on social networks.
In general, the editors of sites or mobile applications, due to direct contact with the user, are often the most able to bring to the latter's attention the information on the tracers deposited and to collect their consent.
All cookies not having the exclusive purpose of allowing or facilitating electronic communication or not being strictly necessary for the provision of an online communication service at the express request of the user require the prior consent of the Internet user. Among the cookies requiring prior information and the prior collection of the user's consent, we can mention in particular:
cookies related to operations relating to personalized advertising;
social network cookies, in particular generated by their share buttons.
With regard to tracers not subject to consent, we can mention:
plotters retaining the choice expressed by users on the plotter repository;
trackers intended for authentication with a service, including those intended to ensure the security of the authentication mechanism, for example by limiting robotic or unexpected access attempts;
trackers intended to keep in memory the contents of a shopping cart on a merchant site or to invoice the user for the product (s) and / or service (s) purchased;
user interface personalization plotters (for example, for the choice of language or presentation of a service), when such personalization constitutes an intrinsic and expected element of the service;
tracers allowing load balancing of equipment contributing to a communication service;
trackers allowing paid sites to limit free access to a sample of content requested by users (predefined quantity and / or over a limited period);
certain audience measurement tracers as long as they meet certain conditions.