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Reproduction rights

Written and/or posted online by the editorial staff of the website, this content cannot be freely reproduced without the source being indicated. Similarly, deep linking is prohibited, namely the pages of the website must not be nested on the pages of another website.

Hypertext links

The website authorises any website or other medium to cite it or to set up a hypertext link to its content. The authorisation to set up a link is valid for any medium, except for those publishing controversial, pornographic or xenophobic content, or content which may, to a greater extent, offend the sensitivities of the general public.

Données personnelles

Sur certaines pages de notre site, il est possible que nous sollicitions ponctuellement une saisie d'informations personnelles, telles que votre courriel et / ou adresse postale, afin que vous puissiez correspondre avec nous. Lorsque vous communiquez à Infaco des informations personnelles, nous pouvons utiliser celles-ci pour établir des statistiques sur nos clients et prescripteurs, améliorer nos produits. Les informations que vous saisissez ne sont jamais communiquées à des tiers.
Conformément à l'article 34 de la loi "Informatique et Libertés", vous disposez d'un droit d'accès, de modification, de rectification et de suppression des données qui vous concernent. Pour exercer ce droit, il suffit d'avertir à tout moment Infaco par simple envoi de courrier électronique ou postal.

Website editor and content

Content is written by : Infaco

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Production of the website

Adaptation of the graphic charter, IT and database development, and management of website hosting are provided by Laëtis.
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Personal data

INFACO collects personal data through its contact form and newsletter.
The purpose of this page is to inform Internet users about how INFACO collects and uses their personal data.
The data controller is INFACO.
The collected data is entered voluntarily by Internet users. Information marked with a red asterisk (*) is required to process the request and is therefore compulsory. The other requested information is optional.

Contact form
The data collected using the contact form is: surname, first name, email address and the content of the request. Providing a phone number is optional.
The data is collected in order to process and answer requests sent using the contact form.
Data stored for 3 years.

Spontaneous job application form
The data collected using the spontaneous job application form are: surname, first name, e-mail address and the content of the application. Optional attachments can be provided.
The data is collected in order to process and answer requests sent using the spontaneous job application form.
Data stored for 2 years.

Newsletter subscription form
Only a valid email address is required to subscribe to a newsletter. Subscription to the newsletter is not compulsory and is based solely on the Internet user's wish to receive INFACO news by e-mail.
This collected data is used to send the newsletter, which may be automated by a newsletter distribution tool: BREVO. This distribution tool undertakes to comply with the provisions of the European General Data Protection Regulation.
Recipients of newsletters are informed that BREVO may analyse their behaviour to track the deliverability of emails, opening rates, click-through rates and bounce rates.
This data is kept until you unsubscribe from the newsletter. Users can withdraw their consent to receiving the newsletter at all times.

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Cookie management

A cookie is a small text file placed by the browser and stored on the Internet user's device (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) when they visit the website.
This site uses different types of cookies to measure site traffic and improve interactivity.

Audience measurement cookies (Matomo)

The website uses audience measurement cookies using the Matomo tool. These cookies collect information on how visitors use the website (number of visits, frequency of return, pages viewed, etc.). The information collected is only used to compile anonymous statistics on the number of visitors to the site in order to improve its operation, ergonomics and interactivity.
Google has developed an add-on module that lets users deactivate the sending of information to Matomo.

A cookie is the equivalent of a small text file stored on the user's terminal. In existence for over 20 years, they allow website developers to store certain user data to facilitate browsing and enable certain features.

Cookies let us compile statistics on the number of visitors to our website (e.g. number of visits, pages viewed, sections viewed), to understand visitor activity and to improve the website's functions and ergonomics to make browsing more pleasant.

You can refuse the storage of Cookies either globally or on a case-by-case basis by configuring your web browser or by disabling them directly with the third-party issuers.

Exercising your data protection rights

You can access your personal data, correct it, ask for it to be erased or exercise your right to limit the processing of your data.

To exercise your "Data Protection Act" rights, contact INFACO:

Using the contact form on this website, indicating the subject of your request and attaching a copy of an identity document;

By post, enclosing a copy of an identity document to the following address: INFACO s.a.s.
Bois de Roziès - BP2
81140 Cahuzac sur Vère - France

If, after having contacted us, you consider that your “Data Privacy Act” rights have been breached, you can file a complaint with the CNIL.