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Privacy policy

Definitions

Client: any capable professional or natural person as per the French Civil Code's articles 1123 etc. or legal entity visiting the website subject to the below terms and conditions.

Content: All features providing information on the website i.e. text, images, videos.

Client information: Hereinafter called “Information” which refers to any personal data that cgf-charcuterie.com may hold to manage your customer account/relationship and for analytical and statistical purposes.

User: Anyone logging on or simply visiting the cgf-charcuterie.com website.

Personal data: “Information that enables, no matter the form, to directly or indirectly identify the natural entities it applies to” (French Data Protection Act article 4).

The meaning of the terms "personal data", "data subject", "subcontractor" and "sensitive data" is in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR: n° 2016-679).

1. Website presentation:

Please refer to the "Legal Information" page ( link to legal information page).

2. Website and services terms of use:

The website is an intellectual work protected by the French Intellectual Property Code and applicable International Regulations. Clients cannot reuse, transfer or exploit some or all of the website's features or work for their own benefit.

By using the cgf-charcuterie.com website, users acknowledge and agree in full to the terms of use detailed below. cgf-charcuterie.com website users should check the terms of use regularly as they may be changed or updated at any time. 
The website's legal information may also be changed at any time: it affects users and should be read on a regular basis. 
As a general rule, this website is available for users to access at any time. Its teams and partners update it on a regular basis. cgf-charcuterie.com may suspend its use due to technical maintenance and shall make every effort to inform users of the dates and times it will be out of service.

3. Description of services provided:

The cgf-charcuterie.com website sells products and fashion accessories. cgf-charcuterie.com makes every effort to provide the most accurate information on its website. However, it is not liable for omissions, inaccuracies or update issues whether it be due to them or third party partners providing the information.

Any information provided on the cgf-charcuterie.com website is for reference only and may change. Information on the cgf-charcuterie.com website is not comprehensive. It is provided on the basis of any changes that may have been made since going online.

4. Liability limits:

The website uses JavaScript technology.

The cgf-charcuterie.com website is not liable for material damage related to its use. Website users also agree to use the website with recent virus-free equipment and an up-to-date browser. The cgf-charcuterie.com website is hosted by a provider in the European Union in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR: n° 2016-679).

The aim is to provide a service with the best rate of accessibility. The host provides consistent 24/7 service all year round. The host reserves the right to suspend hosting services for as short a time as possible due to maintenance, infrastructure updates, infrastructure issues or if the services are generating unusual traffic.

cgf-charcuterie.com and the host shall not be held responsible in the event of faulty network coverage, phone lines or computer/telephone equipment due to network overload impeding server access.

5. Intellectual property and piracy:

cgf-charcuterie.com owns intellectual property rights and user rights for all its website features including text, images, graphics, logos, videos, icons and audio. 
Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or some of the website features, by any means or procedure, is prohibited without prior written authorisation by cgf-charcuterie.com.

Any unauthorised use of the website or one of its features is deemed an act of piracy and a punishable offence as per the French Intellectual Property Code's articles L.335-2 etc.

6. Limitations of liability:

cgf-charcuterie.com acts as the website publisher. cgf-charcuterie.com is responsible for the quality and truth of the published content.

cgf-charcuterie.com cannot be held responsible for direct or indirect damage following the use of the website and/or damage to the user's equipment whilst using the cgf-charcuterie.com website, resulting either from using equipment that does not meet the specifications detailed in point 4 or from a bug or incompatibility.

7. Personal data management:

The client acknowledges marketing communication regulations, the French Law for Trust in the Digital Economy, French Data Protection Act and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR: n° 2016-679).

7.1 Personal data collection managers

The following are in charge of processing personal data collected from website users creating a personal account or browsing the website: Mr Manuel Huchin and Mr Romain Huchin. cgf-charcuterie.com is represented by its legal representatives, Mr Manuel Huchin and Mr Romain Huchin.

As the data controller, cgf-charcuterie.com agrees to adhere to current legal regulations. This includes stating its purposes for data processing, providing prospects and clients with complete information about processing their personal data upon their consent and keeping a processing register up to date and true to reality.

Every time cgf-charcuterie.com processes personal data, cgf-charcuterie.com takes every reasonable measure to ensure the personal data is accurate and relevant to the purposes for cgf-charcuterie.com processing it.

7.2 Purpose of collecting personal data

cgf-charcuterie.com may process all or some data:

  • To provide website browsing, the management and traceability of services ordered by users: website connection and use data, billing, order history etc.
  • To avoid and combat computer fraud (spamming, hacking etc.): computer equipment used for browsing, IP address, password (encrypted).
  • To improve browsing experience: connection and use data.
  • To conduct optional satisfaction surveys on cgf-charcuterie.com.
  • Your email address: for communication campaigns. cgf-charcuterie.com does not sell your personal data so it is only used where necessary or for statistical or analytical reasons.

7.3 Right to access, rectification and objection

As per current European legislation, cgf-charcuterie.com website users have the following rights:

  • Right to access (GDPR article 15) and rectification (GDPR article 16), update, complete user data
  • Right to erasure or to be forgotten (GDPR article 17) in the your event personal data is incorrect, incomplete, ambiguous, obsolete or when its collection, use, communication or storage is unlawful
  • Right to withdraw consent at any time (GDPR article 13-2)
  • Right to restriction of processing (GDPR article 18)
  • Right to object (GDPR article 21)
  • Right to data portability, when the data is carried out by automated means subject to their consent or a contract (GDPR article 20)
  • Right to decide the outcome of personal data after the subject's death and choose if cgf-charcuterie.com should send (or not) their data to a designated third party. Upon being informed of the death of a website user and without instructions from them, cgf-charcuterie.com shall destroy the subject's data unless its storage is required for probationary reasons or for legal requirements.

Should the user wish to know how cgf-charcuterie.com uses their personal data, request rectification or object to its processing, they can use the contact form to message cgf-charcuterie.com.

In this event, users must state which personal data they want cgf-charcuterie.com to amend, update or delete and provide proof of ID (ID card or passport).

Requests to delete personal data are subject to legal requirements imposed on cgf-charcuterie.com such as document storage and archiving. Cgf-charcuterie.com users can make a complaint to the appropriate authorities such as CNIL on: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes.

7.4 Non-communication of personal data

cgf-charcuterie.com is prohibited from processing, hosting or sending collected data about its clients to countries outside the European Union or countries not deemed “adequate” by the European Commission without informing the client in advance. However, cgf-charcuterie.com is free to choose its technical and commercial subcontractors as long as they provide sufficient guarantees in terms of the General Data Protection Regulation requirements (GDPR: n° 2016-679).

cgf-charcuterie.com agrees to take every necessary measure to protect data security and ensure it is not sent to unauthorised entities. However, should cgf-charcuterie.com be made aware of a breach affecting the integrity or privacy of the client's data, it will inform the CNIL as quickly as possible and inform them of the corrective measures it has taken. Cgf-charcuterie.com does not collect any "sensitive data".

The user's personal data may be processed by affiliates of cgf-charcuterie.com and subcontractors (service providers) solely for the purposes of the current policy.

Subject to their respective assignments and for the purposes detailed above, our customer service reps primarily have access to cgf-charcuterie.com users' personal data.

8. Breach reporting:

Despite our efforts, no online communication method or electronic storage method is completely secure. We cannot therefore guarantee complete security. 
If we are made aware of a breach in security, we shall notify the users affected so they can take the appropriate measures. Our breach notification procedures take into account our legal requirements, both French and European. We strive to provide our clients with full information to answer their questions about account security and provide them with all the information they need to help them fulfil their legal obligations in terms of reporting a breach.

No personal data from a cgf-charcuterie.com website user is published unbeknownst to the user, exchanged, transferred, conceded or sold by any means to third parties. The purchase of cgf-charcuterie.com and its rights is the only way that the aforementioned data would be passed onto a potential buyer who would then be required to store and update the cgf-charcuterie.com website user's personal data.

8.1 Security

To ensure the security and privacy of personal data, cgf-charcuterie.com uses networks protected by standard regulations.

When processing personal data, cgf-charcuterie.com takes every reasonable measure to protect it from any loss, inappropriate use, unauthorised access, disclosure, alteration or destruction.

9. Hypertext links, cookies and tags

The cgf-charcuterie.com website contains a number of hypertext links to other websites following authorisation from cgf-charcuterie.com. However, cgf-charcuterie.com is unable to verify the content of these websites and cannot be held responsible for it.

You agree that the website can use cookies unless you disable them. You can disable cookies for free at any time using the options available to you and detailed below, although it may restrict or affect your browsing experience on the website.

9.1 “Cookies”

Please refer to the “Cookies” page ( link to the cookies page).

9.2 Tags

cgf-charcuterie.com may occasionally use tags (also known as markers, single pixel GIFs, transparent GIFs, clear GIFs and 1x1 pixel GIFs) and roll them out through a web analytics partner which may be based (and therefore store relative information, including the user's IP address) overseas.

These markers are placed both in online ads so users can visit the website and on the website's pages.

This technology enables cgf-charcuterie.com to analyse visitor feedback regarding the website and its efficiency (e.g. how many times a page is opened and the information is viewed) as well as how users use the website.

The external provider may collect information about visitors to the website and other websites using these markers to compile reports about website activity for cgf-charcuterie.com, and provide other services relating to website and internet use.

10. Applicable law and competent court

Any disputes regarding use of the cgf-charcuterie.com is subject to French law. Excluding cases where the law does not allow it, Boulogne-sur-Mer court has sole jurisdiction.

11. Additional information

11.1 Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics by Google LLC. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses cookies or text files which are saved on your computer (by your internet browser) and help analyse how you use the website during your visit. The data collected from the cookies about your website use is sent to a Google server in the US and saved on-site. In the event of an IP address anonymisation on the website, your IP address will be shortened beforehand by Google, in the EU member states or other member states of the European Economic Area Agreement. Only in exceptional cases will the full IP address be sent to a Google server in the US and compressed. Google uses this information on behalf of this website's owner to analyse how you use the website, compile reports about visitor activity and provide data to third party services about website and internet use. Google shall not connect the IP address emitted by your browser for Google Analytics to other Google data. You can remove and disable cookies in your internet browser software settings; however, this may affect your browsing experience as some of the website may not function as effectively. You can stop your personal data being saved (including your IP address) through cookies and website use and stop Google using this data by downloading and installing the plugin browser available here

For further information about Google Analytics' privacy policy and terms of use, please see About Google Analytics.

11.2. “reCAPTCHA”

We use Google's reCAPTCHA service to protect form entries on your website. This service is used to distinguish between human and automated access to websites. It involves sending the IP address and any other data required by Google for the reCAPTCHA service. This means your data will be sent to Google and used by their teams. However, your IP address will be shorted beforehand by Google in EU member states, other other states involved in the European Economic Area Agreement, and will be anonymous. In some exceptional cases, your full IP address will be sent to a Google server in the US and then shortened. Google uses this information on the website host's behalf to assess how you use the service. The IP address provided by reCAPTCHA by your browser will not be connected to other Google data. This data collection is subject to Google's privacy policy. For further information about Google's privacy policy, please see this page. By using the reCAPTCHA, you agree for your data to be processed by Google for the aforementioned reasons and as detailed above.