Last Updated 06/09/2022
"Cookie(s)": means a text file placed on the Internet user's terminal by the server of the relevanC Website visited or by a third-party server, containing information on the Internet user's browsing.
" Data": means any information (such as surname, first name, email address, postal address, etc.) that directly or indirectly identifies a natural person within the meaning of the Applicable Regulations.
"Website Publisher": means the company that publishes the content of the Website under its responsibility within the meaning of the applicable Regulations.
"Data Subject(s)" or "You": means any natural person whose Data is processed by relevanC.
"Applicable Regulations": means the domestic and European laws and regulations relating to the protection of personal data, including (i) French Law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 as amended relating to information technology, data, and freedoms, (ii) Directive 2002/58/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 July 2002 (iii) Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and (iv) any other future applicable legislation that may supplement or replace them.
"Regulation ": means Regulation (EU) No. 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of personal data.
"Website": means the relevanC website accessible at the following address: www.relevanC.com
"User" or "You": means any Internet user browsing Website.
3. TYPE OF COOKIES
Cookies may be issued:
● by relevanC and its service providers;
● by third parties or relevanC partners.
Only the issuer of the Cookies is able to read the browsing information collected by the Cookie.
The Cookies may be session Cookies or permanent Cookies:
● Session Cookies are temporary Cookies that remember the choices and preferences of the User and are then deleted as soon as he leaves the Website.
● Permanent Cookies remain in one of the browser subfolders until they are deleted manually or until they expire.
Some Cookies may be mandatory because they are essential for the proper functioning of the Website; other Cookies are optional, and the User may refuse these Cookies at any time.
4. INFORMATION COLLECTED BY COOKIES
The information collected by Cookies may relate to the device used to connect to the Website and how the User browses on the Website.
This includes, for example, the following Data:
● Data relating to the operating system, the browser used, the IP address,
● Data relating to unique identifiers associated with the device used,
● Data relating to the web pages viewed,
● Data relating to services viewed online.
5. PURPOSE OF COOKIES
Cookies are used by relevanC for the following purposes:
5.1. The smooth operation of the Website through strictly necessary Cookies
These are Cookies strictly necessary to browse the Website, remember the User’s choice, and thus enable the User to use the Website’s features. They do not require the consent of the User. You can refuse them and delete them using your browser settings, however this could affect your User experience because without these Cookies the Website cannot function properly.
5.2 Measuring the audience of the Website through audience performance Cookies
These are Cookies used to collect information on how Users use the Website, for example the pages they visit most often. This information is used to measure the audience performance of the Website.
Performance Cookies are submitted to the User prior consent, except for the Piano Analytics Cookies listed below that are exempt from the need to obtain consent as stated in the CNIL ruling n°2020-091, insofar as they are strictly necessary for the operation of the Website:
However, please note that you can refuse the collection and processing of audience measurement Data collected through Piano Analytics Cookies by ticking the box below.
5.3 Providing enhanced functionality and personalization through functional Cookies
These Cookies enable the Website to provide enhanced functionality and personalization. They may be set by relevanC or by third party providers whose services relevanC have added to the Website pages. These Cookies are subject to User’s prior consent. If You do not allow these Cookies then some or all of these services may not function properly.
5.4 Social media Cookies
6. DURATION OF STORAGE OF COOKIES
Cookies exempted from obtaining consent are stored on the device for a maximum period of thirteen (13) months.
The information, whether Data or any other information, is retained for a maximum period of twenty-five (25) months from its collection.
7. MANAGEMENT OF COOKIES BY THE CMP or browser
During the first visit to the Website, relevanC asks the User for his or her Cookie preferences via the Consent Management Platform (or “CMP”).
Thanks to the CMP at the bottom of the page under the name "Cookies Settings" and accessible on each page of the Website, the User may choose to accept or refuse his consent to Cookies that are not strictly necessary for the operation of the Website by activating the switch that appears in each section. User can also tick the “Allow all” or “Reject all” box.
If the User fails to act during the first visit to the Website, only the Cookies strictly necessary for the operation of the Website shall be installed.
The User may deactivate these Cookies later or change his/her mind at any time by means of the CMP (and its system of switches).
The User may also configure the Cookies by using him or her browser. For more information, please consult the recommendations of the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) here.
8. CONTACT DETAILS
● By email: mes-droits@relevanC.com
● By traditional mail: relevanC – To the attention of the DPO – 35, boulevard de Sébastopol 75001 Paris
10. APPLICABLE LAW
I refuse the collection and processing of audience measurement Data through Piano Analytics Cookies