“Parties” means jointly PRELIGENS and the User.
“Personal Data” means the personal data as defined in the Personal Data Protection Legislation.
“Personal Data Protection Legislation” means the legislation in force regarding Personal Data, namely (i) the French Data Protection Act no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, in its version in force on the date of this agreement, and (ii) European Regulation no. 2016-679 on data protection, known as the “GDPR”.
PRELIGENS is responsible for processing Users’ Personal Data and acts in compliance with the Personal Data Protection Legislation.
The Personal Data collected are the User’s surname, forename and email address. Data about its use of the Website may be collected automatically through its actions on the Website, particularly through the collection of cookies and other trackers as detailed below.
PRELIGENS processes User’s Personal Data with the following purposes and legal basis:
Processing of User requests (contact, downloading of documentation available on the Website, etc.): User consent
Sending of newsletter: User consent
PRELIGENS processes User’s Personal Data confidentially and with the greatest level of care, limiting their access to employees authorised to process them as part of their duties.
User’s Personal Data are hosted on the territory of the European Union with a service provider whose identity and contact details are specified in the Legal Notices of the Website.
PRELIGENS may share User’s Personal Data with:
PRELIGENS shall make its best efforts to keep User’s Personal Data on the European Union territory. In the event where the Personal Data communicated are stored on servers located in non-Member States of the European Union, PRELIGENS guarantees that the State(s) in which they are stored will provide an adequate level of protection within the meaning of the Personal Data Protection Legislation.
PRELIGENS only keeps User’s Personal Data for the purpose for which they were collected and for the period necessary to process User’s request and/or newsletter’s subscription. User’s Personal Data may be kept for marketing purposes for a maximum period of three (3) years from User’s last communication with PRELIGENS. Upon expiration of this period, User’s Personal Data will be archived for the period of the statute of limitations corresponding to criminal and administrative actions, notwithstanding User’s right to have its data erased upon request.
Each User may, at any time and upon simple request accompanied by an identity evidence:
Requests must be sent to the PRELIGENS Data Protection Officer (DPO) at the following address: email@example.com.
PRELIGENS undertakes to make every effort to respond within a period of one (1) month from receipt of User’s request. This period may be extended by two (2) additional months regarding the complexity and number of requests. PRELIGENS will keep the User informed in this case.
The User may also file a complaint with the CNIL if it feels that protection of its Personal Data has not been assured during the processing implemented by PRELIGENS.
By browsing the Website, User information is likely to be saved or read on its browser device, subject to its choices under the conditions below.
Cookies are small pieces of data that store information on the web browser. Cookies are notably used to store and receive identifiers and other information on devices such as computers and mobile phones.
Cookies may be used when the User browses the Website. Some are necessary for the operation of the Website, and others are designed to improve its interactivity with third party websites.
When the User browses the Website, PRELIGENS stores on its browser the following cookies essential for the functioning of the Website:
Categories of cookies
Technical cookies: These cookies enable the Website to function properly. For example, they may be cookies that optimise the browsing preferences and facilitate browsing during a session.
Audience measuring cookies: These cookies enable us to know our Users’ expectations better. For example, they may be cookies establishing statistical measurements of frequentation and use of the Website, in order to improve the use, clickstream and functions offered.
The User can also prevent its browser from accepting certain cookies, ensure that the browser requests its consent before a new cookie is stored, or completely block cookies, by selecting the relevant parameters in the privacy preferences menu of its browser.
As a guideline, the links below will help the User change these parameters:
To find out the options offered by any other browser software and the way to delete cookies stored on its device, the User can consult the Help menu of its browser and the CNIL website.
The purpose of these terms and conditions is to define the conditions of access to and use of the Website https://www.preligens.com/.
Each User (i) confirms being over the age of 18 and/or having legal capacity, (ii) undertakes to browse the Website and act loyally towards PRELIGENS and third parties.
The User acknowledges and accepts that PRELIGENS is the sole holder and/or beneficiary of all intellectual property rights applicable to all elements of the Website (among which the databases, downloadable documents, graphics, trademarks, designs, texts, sounds, etc.), and that these Website Terms and Conditions do not entail any assignment of rights or division of ownership to the User’s benefit.
In particular, PRELIGENS is a registered trademark. Any unauthorised use and/or reproduction will lead to legal proceedings for infringement.
PRELIGENS grants the User, over all elements of the Website, and more specifically over any document that the User may download from the Website, a personal, non-exclusive, non-transferable and non-assignable right to use, view, and where applicable download, to the exclusion of any reproduction, worldwide, and for the duration of its use of the Website.
All rights of access to and use of the Website are limited to personal use and to acts exclusively necessary to use of the Website.
PRELIGENS has no control over and is not responsible for pages linked through the hypertext links present on the Website. In particular, PRELIGENS cannot be held responsible for the personal data processing carried out by the websites accessible from a hypertext link.
Any third party can create a link to a page of the Website without the express permission of PRELIGENS.