martinter

Privacy policy & Cookies

A – Personal data

The Site ensures that the user’s personal information is collected and processed with due respect for privacy, in accordance with the French Data Protection Act no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978. The information collected by Martinter in its capacity as data controller is processed for the purpose of handling requests from:

  • Contact forms at the address: contact@martinter.fr;

The data collected is as follows:

  • Surname, First name;
  • Email address;

This data is collected only via our contact forms.
It is stored on servers located in France.
The statutory basis for processing is:

– Your informed consent in accordance with Art.6 (1) a of the GDPR concerning the disclosure of your personal data via the contact and account enquiry form.

– The legitimate interest of Martinter in accordance with Art.6 (1) f of the GDPR concerning the use of so-called “technical” cookies necessary to technically administer the site with service providers (third-party application maintenance), manage site security (security equipment and logs). No audience statistics or third-party marketing services are used.

Data is kept for 6 months.

Under the French Data Protection Act (loi Informatique et Libertés) of January 6, 1978, users have the right to access, rectify, delete and object to their personal data. The user may exercise this right by sending an e-mail to dpo@ofms.fr

You also have the right at any time to lodge a complaint with the CNIL (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés) at the following address:
3 Place de Fontenoy – TSA 80715
75334 PARIS CEDEX 07

B – Cookies

Whenever you visit our website, cookies are stored on the hard disk of your terminal (computer, tablet or smartphone). The information below will give you a better understanding of how cookies work and how to use the current tools in order to configure them.

 1/ What is a Cookie?

The use of cookies is commonplace on the Internet. A cookie is a small text file placed on your terminal’s hard drive by the server of the website you are visiting. It is used to track the origin and use of browsing information being handled when you visit our site to know about your rights. Cookies do not cause any damage to your terminal and do not contain viruses, Trojan horses or other malware.

 

 2/ Which types of cookies are used on our website?

Cookies have different functions and are distinguished by the role they play.

 2.1 Critical to the website operation

These cookies are essential to the proper operation of the site. They enable the use of basic features and cannot be deactivated. In particular, they enable you to make the best use of various features (e.g.: French version, English version).

Name of cookie

Purpose of cookie

Storage duration

PLL_ language

Operation of the site:

Multilingual

1 year

PHPSESSID

Operation of the site:

Enables session management

Expires at the end of  session

 

3/ Handling the store of cookies on your terminal

Several options are available for managing cookies. Any setting you choose may affect your Internet browsing experience and your capacity to access certain services which require the use of cookies. You can choose at any time to express or modify your wishes with regard to cookies, by acting as described below.

3.1 – Your choices expressed directly via your browser: You can configure your browser so that cookies are stored on your terminal or, conversely, so that they are rejected, either systematically or according to their sender. You can also configure your browser so that you are prompted to accept or reject cookies from time to time, before a cookie is placed on your terminal.

Every Internet browser is different. To configure your browser, please refer to its “Help” section.

The main browsers currently in use are listed below.

 Under Microsoft Internet Explorer 

  1. Select the “Tools” menu, then “Internet Options”
  2. Click the “Privacy” tab
  3. Select the desired level using the cursor.
  4. Or choose the advanced settings options. 

Under Mozilla Firefox

  1. Select the “Tools” menu, then “Options”
  2. Click the “Privacy” tab
  3. Select “retention rules”, then, the desired level. 

Under Google Chrome

  1. Click the icon to display the settings menu
  2. Click “Options”
  3. In the “History” box, select “use custom settings for history”.
  4. Select the desired level. 

Under Safari

  1. Click the “Safari” menu
  2. Click “Preferences”
  3. In the “Security” tab, select the desired level.