Information about cookies and other storage technologies h2>
This cookie and tracking technologies information page used on the Pelicoat France website was last updated on January 12th, 2019 and applies to citizens of the European Economic Area . em>
1. Introduction h3>
What does the term “cookies” or “tracers” cover?
Concerned tracers filed and read for example when consulting a website, reading an email, installing or using a software or a mobile application and this, regardless of the type of terminal used such as a computer, a smartphone, a digital reader and a video game console connected to the Internet. If they meet certain conditions, some tracers derogate from this obligation
As such, the term “cookie” covers, for example:
These obligations apply whether cookies collect personal data or not.
2. Cookies h3>
A cookie is a light, simple file sent with the pages of this website and stored by your browser on the hard disk of your computer or another device. The information stored on it can be returned to our servers or to the servers of the third parties involved during a subsequent visit.
3. Scripts h3>
A script is a piece of code used to make our website work properly and interactively. This code is executed on our server or on your device.
4. Web beacons h3>
A web beacon (or a pixel tag) is a small piece of text or invisible image on a website used to monitor traffic to a website. To do this, various data about you are stored using web beacons.
WHAT DOES THE LAW say? strong>
By amending Article 5 (3) of Directive 2002/58 / EC by adopting Directive 2009/136 / EC, the European legislator has laid down the principle of prior consent of the user before the storage of information on the equipment of a user or access to information already stored except, if these actions are strictly necessary for the issuance of an information society service expressly requested by the subscriber or the user.
Article 32-II of the Act of 6 January 1978, as amended by Ordinance No. 2011-1012 of 24 August 2011 which transposed Directive 2009/136 / EC, incorporates this principle.
In application of the law and freedoms, tracers (cookies or others) requiring a collection of consent can not be deposited or read on his terminal, as long as the person has not given his consent.
5. Consent h3>
The consent to be followed can be forgotten by the people who manifested it at a given moment, the CNIL considers it necessary to limit in time the scope