The information collected as part of the resgistration on this site is recorded in a computerized file by the site editor : Jean-Christophe Ducoin - Jc Templar - Le Col - 07530 Aizac
The data collected, as well as your activity on the site will be used for statistical purposes, in particular via the Google Analytics service (see below).
The legal basis for processing this information is consent during registration.
The data marked with an asterisk in the registration form must be provided. Otherwise, registration and consultation of this site will be impossible.
The data collected will be communicated to the following recipients only :
The site editor : Jean-Christophe Ducoin - Jc Templar - Le Col - 07530 Aizac
They will be kept until the deregistration of the person concerned or the request of a legal representative.
You can access the data concerning you, rectify them, request their suppression or exercise your right to limit the processing oy your data.
You can withdraw your consent to the processing of your data at any time.
Visit the cnil.fr website for more information you rights.
If you feel, after contacting us, that your "Data Protection" rights have not been respected, you can file a complaint with the CNIL.
For the protection against the misuse of our web forms as well as against spam, we use the Google reCAPTCHA service in certain forms on this website. By verifying manual entries, this service prevents automated software (called bots) from engaging in abusive activity on the website. In accordance with art. 6, al. 1, p. 1, lit. f of the GDPR, this protects our essentially legitimate interests in protecting our website against abuse and for an optimal presentation of our online presence.
Google reCAPTCHA is an offer of Google Ireland Limited, a company incorporated under Irish law, with registered office at Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland (www.google.de). As the information is transferred and stored on Google servers in the United States, the american company Google LLC is certified under the EU-US privacy protection program. A current certificate can be viewed here. Based on this agreement between the United States and the European Commission, the latter has established an appropriate level of data protection for companies certified under the Privacy Shield.
Personnal data is neither read nor saved in the input fields of the corresponding form. Further information on Google's data protection regulations can be found at www.google.com/policies/privacy/.