The website larucheleora.com may collect certain personal data from web users such as their names, addresses, email, IP addresses, home address. The collection of that personal data is mandatory to access certain functions of the website, such as email contact or ordering.
This section is aimed at stating the reason for the collection of personal data and the means offered to web users to control, delete or even protect against such collection, if necessary.
I. Control and elimination of personal data
1. CNIL statementLéora informs its Customers that the treatment of said nominative and/or personal information has been subject to a report to the CNIL, under number 2179243v0 and submitted on 3 May 2018.
2. Right to access, correction and objectionThe data subject to the aforementioned statements are kept in secure conditions, following current technical methods, in compliance with the provisions of the Computer and Freedom Act of 6 January 1978. Pursuant to that statute, web users are entitled to cancellation, enquiry about, access to and correction of the data they have provided. To that end, the we user must send a request to Léora, whether:
- By post to: Léora, 45, rue Pauline Kergomard – 33800 Bordeaux (France)
- By email to: email@example.com
II. Collected data
1.1 Purpose of cookiesCookies implemented by Léora help store information on website browsing (dates, pages, times), as well as potential data collected by web users during their visit (searches, email, address), especially during the identification of the control panel. These cookies are kept in the web user’s computer workstation for a term of up to 1 year and may be read and used by Léora during another visit made by the web user to this website.
Internet Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/fr-fr/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-delete-manage-cookies
For more information, you can check the documentation made available by the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) in the following link: CNIL: Cookies: tools to control them.