Article 1 - Definitions
“Website” refers to the infrastructure developed by IMPRONTA using electronic formats compatible with the Internet and made up of different types of data including texts, sounds, still or moving images, videos and databases, intended to be viewed and accessed at https://impronta.com;
“Internet” refers to various server networks located in multiple locations worldwide, linked through communication networks, that communicate via a specific protocol known as TCP/IP;
“Personal data”, “specific data categories”, and “process/processing” have the same definitions as indicated in Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data;
“Data Controller” refers to the entity that collects and processes personal data;
“Processor”: any person who agrees to process personal data, on behalf of the Data Controller, or to access personal data, in the course of his/her work, in accordance with the data controller’s instructions;
“Recipients” refers to persons authorised to receive data other than the Data Controller, the Processor, and persons who, by virtue of their duties, are responsible for processing data;
“Authorised third parties”: authorities that are legally entitled, in the framework of a particular inquiry or to exercise a right to information, to ask the Data Controller to disclose personal data to them;
“Data Subject”: individual who is the subject of the data being processed;
“Processing of personal data” refers to any operation or set of operations relating to personal data, regardless of the process used, including collection, recording, organisation, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction.
Article 2 - Scope
This data protection policy (hereinafter the ‘Policy’) aims to inform Data Subjects on how personal data is collected and processed by IMPRONTA.
Article 3 - Identity of the Data Controller
Personal data is collected by CPF, SAS whose head office is located at 13 chemin des Chaudronniers, 94310 ORLY , registered in the RCS under number 489 779 009 000 21, represented by Mr Cristiano SERENI in his capacity as President.
Article 4 - Processing of personal data
IMPRONTA undertakes to protect the privacy of its users in accordance with current regulations, including Data Protection Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 (amended) and European Regulation 2016/679 on data protection.
In operating the website https://impronta.com, IMPRONTA collects your personal data. This data is processed in accordance with the purposes defined at the time of collection, which are as follows:
– Managing cookies
At the time of collection of Data, the user will be told whether certain data is required or optional. Data marked with an asterisk in the registration form is required. If this data is not provided, the user will not be able to access or use the Services.
IMPRONTA may also collect personal data for other purposes. In this case, prior approval will be obtained from data subjects.
Recipients of collected Data
The Database compiled during registration for the Services is strictly confidential. IMPRONTA undertakes to apply appropriate safeguards, and to put in place the necessary organisational and technical measures, to protect the security, integrity and privacy of Data, and specifically to prevent it being misrepresented, damaged or accessed by unauthorised third parties.
Data transferred to public authorities and/or bodies
Pursuant to current regulations, Data may be transferred to relevant authorities, specifically public bodies, but only to meet legal obligations or in response to requests from court officers, public officials and debt collection agencies.
Contact information is stored for no more than a year after the request is processed.
Article 5 - Rights of Data Subjects
It should be noted that Data Subjects have the right to access, correct and oppose the processing of their personal data, except in cases where the processing meets a legal obligation. These rights can be exercised in accordance with law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 (amended on 6 August 2004) by providing proof of identity and a legitimate reason:
by email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
by post to the following address: CPF SAS 13 chemin des Chaudronniers 94310 ORLY
IMPRONTA undertakes not to store collected data in a way that allows identification of Data Subjects for longer than necessary to fulfil the purposes of the collection and processing.
Article 6 - Transfer of personal data
Personal data collected on the website is reserved exclusively for IMPRONTA.
IMPRONTA is the sole recipient of this data. No transfer is carried out outside of the European Union. However, IMPRONTA reserves the right to transfer your personal data in order to meet its legal obligations, especially if required to do so by a court order.
Article 7 - Marketing
IMPRONTA allows you to receive sales offers and information by email.
Data Subjects can, at any time, oppose the dissemination of targeted advertising on the website and inform IMPRONTA that they no longer wish to receive sales offers or information. You can object to receiving these messages at any time by clicking on the link at the end of each email.
Article 8 - Security
In accordance with Articles 34 and 35 of law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 (amended on 6 August 2004), IMPRONTA puts in place all the necessary technical and organisational measures to guarantee the security and privacy of personal data collected and processed, and especially to prevent it being misrepresented, damaged or disclosed to unauthorised third parties, by ensuring a level of security tailored to the risks relating to processing and the nature of the data to be protected, taking into account the level of technology and costs required for implementation
Article 9 - Cookies
A cookie (hereinafter “Cookie(s)”) is a text file that may be recorded on a device, such as your hard drive, when viewing a Service using browsing software. For as long as it is valid, a Cookie allows the issuer to recognise the device in question every time it accesses digital content containing Cookies from the same issuer.
The User is informed that, when connecting to the Website or Applications and using the Services, Cookies are installed on his/her receiving device (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) or browser, depending on the preference expressed by the User with regard to cookies for the proper operation of the Services. This preference can be changed at any time.
Several types of cookies may be used by the website:
Cookies that are strictly necessary for browsing the website and ensuring its proper operation
Functional cookies that allow you to identify yourself and therefore access your account and basket, but also customise your experience on the website;
Cookies that enable compilation of visitor statistics;
Social network cookies and plug-ins;
Advertising cookies that allow us to provide offers in line with Internet users’ areas of interest.
Cookies installed on the website are:
used as a shopping basket on an online store
user session cookies (session ID) linking a user’s actions during the ordering process
intended to allow the website user’s language, country of residence and the currency in which he/she makes his/her purchases to be recorded
flash cookies containing elements that are strictly necessary for the operation of a media player (audio or video), matching content requested by the user.
1. Browser cookies on the Website and Applications:
Browser Cookies enhance the performance of the Services to provide the User with a better experience of the Website and Applications. These cookies do not require the User to be informed and to give consent in order to be placed on the User’s device.
More specifically, these browser Cookies:
Allow presentation of the Website and Applications to be tailored to the display preferences of the device (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) during Users’ visits to the Website and Applications, according to the device’s viewing and reading hardware and software;
Allow access to restricted areas via a user name and password;
Remember information relating to the form the User filled in or selected on the Website and Applications;
Offer the User access to his/her account or any other area reserved for subscribers via his/her user name;
Put in place security measures; for example, by asking the User to log in again to access content or a Service after a certain amount of time has passed.
2. Audience tracking cookies:
Audience tracking cookies help compile statistics on visitor numbers and the use of various elements making up the Website and Applications (sections and content visited, path), allowing the Publisher to improve the interest and ergonomics of the Services.
3. Advertising cookies:
Advertising Cookies allow us to decide in real time what advertisements to display according to the User’s recent browsing on the Website and Applications in order to limit the number of times the User sees an advertisement and to help track the effectiveness of an advertising campaign.
Advertising content may contain cookies issued by third parties, such as the advertiser responsible for the advertising content in question, a third-party company (communications agency, audience tracking company, targeted advertising service provider, etc.) or an advertising agency that has linked a cookie to an advertiser’s advertising content.
If applicable, cookies issued by these third parties may allow them, for as long as these cookies are valid, to use:
4. Behavioural analysis cookies:
Behavioural analysis cookies allow us to identify what information on the Website and Applications might interest the User the most, helping us to improve his/her browsing and make it more interesting.
.Insofar as the User has provided the Publisher with personal data, including via his/her registration to the Services, the Publisher may, depending on the User’s preferences, link browsing information processed by Cookies issued by the Publisher to the User’s data in order to send him/her electronic marketing or to display personalised advertisements containing Cookies on his/her device.
The User can, at any time, ask to stop receiving advertising or marketing tailored to his/her device’s browsing information by contacting the Publisher, free of charge, directly or through the unsubscribe link included in all marketing emails that may be sent to him/her by the Publisher. If the User chooses to reject behavioural advertising, that does not mean that he/she will no longer receive advertisements online. It just means that the advertisements displayed on the Website or Application will no longer match his/her areas of interest or preferences on the web browser used by the User.
5. Google Analytics and privacy
This website uses a web analytics service provided by Google Inc. (‘Google’). Google Analytics uses ‘cookies’ – text files stored on your computer that allow us to analyse your use of the website. The information generated by cookies regarding your use of this website is sent to a Google server in the United States and stored there. Google uses this information to analyse your use of the website in order to compile website activity reports for the website operators and to provide other services related to use of the website and use of the Internet. Google will also send this information to third parties if required by law or if this data is processed by third parties on behalf of Google. Google will use this information to analyse your use of the website, to produce website activity reports for its operators and to provide other services related to the use of this website and the Internet. Google will also send this information to third parties if required by law or if this data is processed by third parties on behalf of Google. In any case, your IP address will not be linked to other Google data. You can disable cookies by changing your browser settings. However, we would like to inform you that you will not then be able to use all the features of the Website. You can withdraw consent for the collection and storage of data by Google Analytics at any time for the period after withdrawing consent by downloading a browser add-on to disable Google Analytics and installing it for your browser. You can find the disabling add-on at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en.
The User can configure his/her browsing software to record Cookies on the device or block them, either across the board or according to the issuer. The User can also configure his/her browsing software to ask whether to accept or block Cookies before they can be recorded on his/her device.
Each browser has different settings for the management of Cookies and the User’s preferences. This is described in the browser’s help menu, which will tell you how to change your preferences regarding Cookies.
The User can express or change his/her preferences with regard to Cookies at any time.