What is a cookie?
Cookies or cookie users send information about you to the technology developers you use. You must be able to know what this information is, for what purpose they are used and above all, you have the right to oppose their uses.
Giron undertakes to follow the recommendations of the CNIL concerning the collection and processing of your personal data. We make every effort to comply with the General data protection Regulation (RGPD) and the information technology and freedoms Act.
Cookies requiring consent
According to the CNIL, 3 types of cookies, non-functional, require the consent of the users:
- Cookies related to operations related to targeted advertising;
- Some audience measurement cookies;
- Social media cookies generated in particular by their share buttons when collecting personal data without consent of the persons concerned.
On the website of Giron we use the following audience measurement cookie:
- Google Analytics : to better understand how the site is used by Internet users to improve their browsing experience.
How do we collect consent?
We uses the display of a banner describing the purposes of the cookies used, explicitly asking the person if they accept the deposit by families of cookies, while specifying the means at their disposal to later withdraw their consent via the “settings” button.
Lifetimes of cookies
The law requires a maximum lifespan of cookies at 13 months. Knowing that the consent to be followed may be forgotten by the people who manifested it at a given moment, the CNIL considers it necessary to limit in time the scope of the latter. Upon expiry of this period, consent will be requested again on the next visit to the Giron site.
How to accept or reject the deposit of cookies
Initially, the user accepts or refuses from the banner describing the purposes of the deposit of cookies.
In a second step, it may choose to accept or refuse the insertion of cookies at any time by clicking on the button “service management” and then prohibiting or authorizing the deposit of cookie by purposes.
It may also accept or authorize the deposits of third-party cookies directly from its Web browser (this method is not recommended by the CNIL):
Menu > Settings > Show advanced settings (at the bottom of the menu on the left).
Then click the privacy and Security tab and click content settings > cookies > block third-party cookies
Menu > options > Privacy ; Security tab
Set the “history” section to “use custom settings for history”.
Finally, enter “never” for the “accept third party cookies” rule.
Personal data is collected by:
11 Rue Louis Blériot – 86100 Châtellerault
Phone number: 05 49 21 03 22
Your rights of access, rectification and opposition
In accordance with the data protection act of 6 January 1978 amended, you can exercise your rights of access, rectification or opposition by applying to the controller:
By mail to the following address: 11 Rue Louis Blériot – 86100 Châtellerault
Or by mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
The controller then has 2 months to provide you with a satisfactory answer. In case of no response, you are entitled to file a complaint with the CNIL.