Identity of the data controller
Lorient Grand Large, whose registered office is located at 6 bis rue François Toullec, 1er étage 56100 LORIENT.
Any natural person using the Website www.lorientlesbermudeslorient.com or any of the services offered on it.
The website www.lorientlesbermudeslorient.com.
Collection and purposes of data processing
Each form limits the collection of personal data to that which is strictly necessary and clearly indicates:
- the aim of the collection of the data (purpose)
- whether these data are mandatory or optional for the management of your request
- who will have access to the data
- your rights under the French Data Protection Act and how to exercise them with Lorient Grand Large
The User must fill in all fields of the information form on the Website with the exception of the fields shown as optional, that is to say not marked with an asterisk. The optional information is collected by Lorient Grand Large and allows it to know Website Users better. All information marked with an asterisk is mandatory and must be provided by the User. Failure to respond will result in non-validation of the information form. Lorient Grand Large will not be able to reply to these requests.
Recipients of the data
The data collected are intended for use by Lorient Grand Large. Lorient Grand Large does not sell or rent your personal data to third parties for marketing purposes. In addition, Lorient Grand Large does not disclose your personal data to third parties, except if Lorient Grand Large is forced to do so by a governmental authority or a regulatory body, in the case of a judicial order, summons or other similar legal or government request, or to establish or defend a legal request.
Right of access, rectification and deletion:
In accordance with the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 (modified), the User has a right of access, rectification and deletion of data concerning them. The User can expressly oppose the processing of their personal data. To do this, they can contact Lorient Grand Large through the contact form available in the "Contacts" page of the website www.lorientlesbermudeslorient.com. The User shall indicate their full name and postal address. The application must be signed and accompanied with valid proof of identity bearing the User's signature. The User can specify the address which the reply should be sent to. Lorient Grand Large has a period of 72 hours from receipt of the User’s request in which to respond.
Duration of data retention:
The personal data collected via the contact form on the website may be kept for a maximum of one year, after which they will be deleted.
Definition of a cookie:
A cookie is a small text file that is placed or stored on your terminal (computer, tablet or mobile device) when you visit a website. Cookies allow a website to recognise you, help you to navigate from page to page on a website, provide secure connections, and remember preferences for your next visits. Cookies are not used to collect personal data without your knowledge, but to record information relating to your navigation. This may facilitate and enhance your future experience on the website and enhance the usefulness of the website for you. Cookies play an important role. Without cookies, using the Web could be much more frustrating.
The User can disable the cookies stored on their terminal at any time. To do this, simply select the appropriate settings in your browser.
Management of cookies:
The configuration of each browser is different as regards management of cookies and your choices. For information purposes, you can find instructions on various browsers at the following addresses:
Cookie management forms:
Lorient Grand Large makes a form available to Users of the Website enabling them to object to the cookies stored on the Website. To do this, the User can click on the "Customise" button in the information banner indicating the purposes of the cookies stored.
Security measures taken by Lorient Grand Large to ensure the protection of personal data
Lorient Grand Large implements all technical means pursuant to professional standards to maintain the integrity, security and confidentiality of data, and in particular to prevent them being deformed, damaged or that unauthorised third parties have access to them.