Cookies send information about you to the developers of the technologies you use. You must be able to know what this information is, what it is used for and, above all, you have the right to object to its use.
Billards Bréton undertakes to follow the recommendations of the CNIL concerning the collection and processing of your personal data. We make every effort to comply with the general regulations on data protection (RGPD) and the French “Informatique et Libertés” law.
Cookies requiring consent
According to CNIL, 3 types of cookies, non-functional, require the consent of Internet users:
- Cookies related to operations related to targeted advertising;
- Certain cookies for audience measurement;
- Cookies from social networks generated in particular by their share buttons when they collect personal data without the consent of the persons concerned.
On the Billards Bréton site, we use the following audience measurement cookies:
- Google Analytics: to better understand how the site is used by Internet users in order to improve their browsing experience. Learn more here.
- Matomo : to better understand how the site is used by the Internet users in order to improve their browsing experience.
Matomo is configured to be compliant with the RGPD because :
- The users tracked by Matomo are not “identifiable” thanks to the anonymization of their IP address. The last two bytes of each IP are deleted (the ipv4 address 192.168.110.30 becomes 192.168.0.0), which makes it impossible to precisely identify visitors;
- In the page of legal notices, visitors have the possibility at any time to revoke the rights to deposit previously authorized cookies ;
- Visitors who have specifically activated the “Do not track” directive of their browser will never be tracked;
- The raw data kept by Matomo is purged every 6 months.
- _pk_id: Cookie that stores a unique identifier to “recognize” the visitor. Life span: 13 months.
- _pk_ses: Cookie that stores information about the visit. Life span: 30 minutes.
Refusing Matomo tracking:
We use the display of a banner describing the purposes of the cookies used, explicitly asking the person if they accept the deposit of families of cookies, while specifying the means available to them to withdraw their consent at a later date via the “personalize” button.
How to accept or decline the deposit of cookies
Initially, the Internet user accepts or refuses from the banner describing the purposes of the deposit of cookies.
Secondly, he can choose to accept or refuse the insertion of cookies at any time by clicking on the “service management” button, then by prohibiting or authorising the deposit of cookies by purpose.
He can also accept or authorize the deposit of third-party cookies directly from his web browser (this method is not recommended by the CNIL):
- Chrome :
Menu > Settings > Display advanced settings (at the bottom of the menu on the left).
You must then click on the Privacy and Security tab and then on Content Settings > Cookies > Block third-party cookies
Menu > Options > “Privacy and security” tab
Set the “History” section to “Use custom settings for history” .
Finally, set “Never” to “Accept third-party cookies”.
Forms and data collection
The information collected on the contact forms is recorded in a computerized file par Billards Bréton for the management of the request.
They are kept for the duration of the processing of the request (3 years maximum) and are intended for the sales, administrative and marketing departments.
In accordance with the “Informatique et libertés” law , you can exercise your right of access to data which concerns you and have them corrected by contacting :
Marteau Benoît – email@example.com – 635, route de la Maison Blanche, 78630 Orgeval, France
We would like to inform you of the existence of the “Bloctel” telephone canvassing opposition list, on which you can register here: https://conso.bloctel.fr/.
- Marteau Benoît – Billards Bréton
- 635, route de la Maison Blanche
- 78630 Orgeval, France
- Téléphone : +33 1 39 75 95 15
- Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Your rights of access, rectification and opposition
In accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (hereinafter referred to as the RGPD) as well as the French Data Protection Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, you can exercise your rights of access, rectification or opposition by making a request to the data controller:
- By mail to the following address: 635, route de la Maison Blanche, 78630 Orgeval, France
- By e-mail : email@example.com
The controller then has 1 month to give you a satisfactory answer. In the absence of a response, you are entitled to file a complaint with the CNIL.