The data controller is SAEM Gestion du C.I.D (Centre International de Deauville) whose head office is located at 1 Avenue Lucien Barrière in Deauville (14800).
The C.I.D. is fully committed to protecting your privacy and respecting your choices, in particular by making every effort to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (or RGPD).
Generally speaking, C.I.D is aware of the importance of the personal data it may collect and process. It wishes to share with its users what information is collected and for what purposes. It undertakes to protect them and to use them only for the purposes for which they were collected.
1. Personal Information
Personal information identifies, alone or in combination, directly or indirectly, a specific individual; for example: name, date of birth, passport photograph, e‑mail address, and generally any personal information as defined by applicable law.
2. What information is processed
Within the framework of the Internet site https://www.congres-deauville.com, the information necessary to the treatments is transmitted by our Net surfers. This transmission is done in the form of information collection on the site from various forms. Personal information such as :
- E‑mail address for the registration to the sending of the news;
- Name, first name, e‑mail address and telephone number for the “Leave a message” form;
- Name, first name, e‑mail address for the brochure download form.
3. Where your data is processed
Personal data are stored in databases that are stored on servers located in France, therefore within the European Union, more precisely at the hosting company OVH.
4. The purpose of the data processing
The personal data processed are used only to:
- To receive regular e‑mail updates on events taking place at the C.I.D.
- To be contacted by the C.I.D. sales department,
- To receive the desired brochure.
Only the personal data strictly necessary to satisfy these objectives are used.
5. Legal basis for processing
The processing operations corresponding to the purposes are based on the consent of the person for the collection of information described above.
6. How long the data is kept
Personal data are kept for a period of 3 years.
7. Recipients of the data
The recipients of the data are :
The services of the C.I.D (marketing, commercial services) and its subcontractor for the advertising campaigns,
8. Access to your personal data
The holders of personal data have the right to access their personal data, to rectify or delete them, or to limit the processing relating to the person concerned, or to object to the processing and the right to data portability. To assert your rights, you can send your request by leaving a message at the dedicated e‑mail address: email@example.com. (or by sending a letter of request to the address of the headquarters).
“This policy applies to the cookies present on the service published by the C.I.D, responsible for the treatment, accessible by a user via his connection terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.), from the address https://www.congres-deauville.com.
Cookies are small, non-executable text files stored on your device when the website is loaded on your browser. The data collected as you access and use the site is intended for us. Indeed, the Cookies that we manage allow us, in particular, to count the number of terminals accessing the site, to establish statistics of frequentation, to avoid the User of the Terminal concerned to provide again personal data that he had previously provided…
2. The choice of the User
The first time a user’s terminal connects to our site, an information banner specifying the context appears to ask for your choice. Three possibilities are offered: “Accept all”, “Refuse all” or modify “My preferences”.
This last button allows you to partially accept cookies by category (for example: audience measurement, advertising…) by moving the cursor for the category concerned, by default the category is inactive; on the other hand, some cookies are essential to the proper functioning of the site (necessary category always active) and therefore not subject to the consent of the Internet user.
Once made, your choice will be kept for one year and you can go back on your choice by modifying your preferences by clicking on the “Manage cookies” button located at the bottom right of each page.
3. The different cookies present on our Site
The site uses the cookie manager “CookieYes”, a company based in Great Britain (country declared adequate), which stores the history of your choice regarding the management of cookies.
The cookies grouped by category are the following:
3.1 Category of necessary cookies
These cookies are related to the proper functioning of the site and provide basic functionality and security functions, anonymously.
3.2. category of audience measurement cookies (analytical)
The audience measurement cookies establish statistics on the number of visits and the use of our Site. Statistics on the number of visitors to the Site can thus be produced.
3.3 Social network sharing cookies (functional)
Cookies are likely to be deposited on your Terminal by social networking sites allowing the sharing of content on our Site, the collection of comments and other third-party features. We cannot control these Cookies and the data collected by social networks. For more information on these applications, we invite you to consult the privacy policies of each social network.
3.4. Category of advertising cookies (advertizing)
Advertising cookies are used to provide visitors with relevant advertisements and marketing campaigns. These cookies track visitors to the websites and collect information to provide personalized advertisements.
CID has contracted its subcontractor who provides a marketing automation tool to implement effective marketing campaigns with data hosted in France on secure servers.
4. Additional information
For more information on cookies, the User may visit the CNIL website.