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Hotel du Cap
29, avenue Georges Pompidou
40130 CAPBRETON, FRANCE
Phone: +33 (0)5.58.72.13.47
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Erratum
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CNIL
This website is compliant with Resolution No. 2006-138 dated May 9, 2006 concerning the declaration exemption for data processing constituted for the purposes of information or external public relations (No. 7 declaration exemption) - JORF No. 128 dated June 3, 2006 – Law No. 80. Exemption No. 7 concerns personal data processing carried out by any private or public organisation for the purposes of information and external public relations. It applies to institutional websites and contact files.
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GDPR
In accordance with Article 32 of the French Data Processing and Freedom of Information Act No.78-17 dated January 6, 1978, amended by Act No.2004-801 dated August 6, 2004, and General Data Protection Regulations (RGPD), the information collected via this contact form is processed solely for the purpose of responding to your request. - The information collected is not kept in the website’s database but is sent directly to the recipient in charge of processing this request. - The required data will never be used for unintended purposes or passed on to partners. - No personal information other than that requested is collected. - This data will not be transferred outside the European Union. - You have the right to query, access, correct and delete your data, in accordance with the RGPD, by sending a letter in French with proof of your identity to Hotel du Cap - 29, avenue Georges Pompidou - 40130 CAPBRETON, FRANCE.

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English translation: Christi Bishop Vergez – Biarritz – www.helpinghandinfrance.com

Audience Measurement Cookies
I. Telecoms package
The transposition in French law of European directives called "Telecoms Package" highlights informing internet users regarding cookies. The French government has transposed these new standards in a decree published on August 24, 2011 called "Paquet télécom" in French.

2. What do we mean when we say "cookie"?
This means "information stored on a user’s computer" which is placed there by a website. Placing a "cookie" is therefore placing a "tag" on the user’s computer.

3. The CNIL’s position concerning "audience measurement cookies"
The CNIL is aware that editors need to measure the audiences of their websites. It has observed that cookies are frequently used for this purpose and that this also contributes to the service provided to the internet user. The traffic statistics particularly allow editors to detect browser issues on their website or to highlight some content specifically requested by internet users.

Given the specific purpose of these cookies and a very limited risk concerning privacy, the CNIL has decided to consider that these cookies may be implemented without prior consent from internet users. However, to benefit from this consent exemption, the CNIL considers that this process must comply with the following specific conditions:

- Information: Clear and comprehensive information must be provided by the website editor to ensure transparency on the use of traffic analysis tools.
>>> A link to this information, "Disclaimer", appears on every page of the website.

- Access rights: Any individual who proves his/her identity has the right to question the manager of this website to know if information concerning him/her is being kept and if applicable, to be informed of such.
>>> See the address above.

- Right to disable cookies: You may disable “cookies” from being saved by configuring your internet browser. For example:
 . If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer: click on “tools”, then on “internet options”, and “privacy”. Click on “advanced settings”, check/tick “Ignore automatic cookie management”, check/tick both “forbid” boxes, then click on “apply” and “ok”. (You must then close IE for the configuration to be taken into account).
 . If you use Mozilla Firefox: click on “tools”, then “options”, then “privacy”. Uncheck/untick “accept cookies” or click on “exceptions” and enter the website name, then click on “block”.
Some services require users to accept cookies. If the browser is configured to not accept them, access to these services may be impaired or even impossible.
Web browser designers are currently developing new devices to allow internet users to express their privacy preferences.

 - Limited purpose:
>>> The use of cookies is strictly limited to measuring website page audiences and does not make it possible for the people visiting our website to be identified.

 - IP address: The use of an IP address for geolocation is anonymous and on a city level
>>> (See below).

 - Length of time data is stored: the data is stored for no more than 6 months.
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By combining the absence of prior consent with strict terms for implementation of this kind of cookie, the CNIL’s goal is to reconcile the right to privacy and editors’ work. This position is likely to change based on the joint position which may be adopted by all of the European CNIL agencies (G29).