1. Website use conditions
The Confidentiality Policy does not apply to content and services offered to CNB AVOCATS via the Site or to any personal data that we collect from you directly, or manually by electronic means. “Personal data” means “information that allows the identification, in any way whatsoever, directly or indirectly, of the individual or entity to which it applies”. (Free translation of article 4 of law 78-17 of 6 January 1978), as for example: surname, first name, company, mobile phone number, email, username and password, (hereinafter “Personal Data”). If you are visiting the Site, this Policy applies to all Personal Data that you provide in any way.
The Site and available services are not designed or intended for children. We do not ask for, or collect, Personal Data from minors. Minors are prohibited from entering into any agreement with this Site.
2. Confidentiality policy
CNB AVOCATS may have to collect certain information about you, such as Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and other addresses connected with the use of the Site (“Site Data”). This information helps us to troubleshoot technical problems and to administer the Site to continuously improve the quality of our services. It allows us to track and analyze, on an anonymous basis, the total
usage figures for the website, as well as the volume of information, for statistical purposes. It may be transmitted to third parties.
Law 78-17 on information technology and freedoms of 6 January 1978, otherwise known as the Data Protection Act, gives you the right to see, correct, change or delete the Personal Data that you communicate to us. You can exercise this right by emailing : firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have subscribed to an email notification service (such as a newsletter), you can ask to discontinue receiving those emails, or by clicking the “unsubscribe” link on the email when you receive it.
3. Intellectual property
4. Links to other external websites
5. Cookies policy
Cookies do not allow the visitor to be identified personally. They can only identify your browser and record the websites visited on that browser (the web pages you viewed along with data and time, etc.) on your subsequent visits.
You will receive a warning asking you if you want to accept cookies or not. You can disable cookies in the settings of your web browser. To do so, you must delete and disable all cookies used by the browser, including those used by other websites, which may result in the modification or loss of certain settings or information, making web navigation more difficult.
6. Site unavailability
SIRET : 511 229 023 000 45
Office address : 3 Avenue St-Honoré d’Eylau – 75116 Paris
Phone : 0033 1 42 56 50 72
Publishing Director : Noémie Birnbaum, founding lawyer.
Contact information : email@example.com
Design / development : Digital First
Hosting : O2 Switch