Privacy Policy

This page aims to inform you of your rights with regard to the data collected by the site gide.net, in strict compliance with French and European law (Data Protection Act, CNIL, GDPR).

1. Cookies

Cookies are small files placed on your computer by websites that you visit via your browser. Some are necessary to ensure the proper functioning of the sites. Others allow site managers to statistically track site traffic or display targeted ads. This website uses cookies only to track site traffic and to improve your experience and content (via Google Analytics services). You can disable cookies by going to your browser’s options. Click on the link corresponding to your browser to find out how to do it:

2. Retention and Use of your personal data

The information collected via the contact forms on this site is transmitted to Gide by email and is not stored on the gide.net server. They are stored in a computerized file by Gide allowing the follow-up of the customer relationship. They are kept for 10 years and are intended for the activities of GIDE established within the European Union. In accordance with the French Data Protection Act, you may exercise your right of access to your personal data and have them rectified by contacting GIDE by e-mail at contact@gide.net (see §4.1). The newsletter subscription form sends your email address to the Mailchimp service, used for routing and sending newsletters. This data is strictly confidential and is only accessible to Gide services. You can consult Mailchimp’s privacy policy at this address.

3. Consent and Processing of your personal data

By checking the mandatory consent box before submitting each form on the gide.net website, and by entering your professional or personal email address in the dedicated forms, you explicitly accept the storage and processing of your data in order to make you aware of our services. You hereby authorize GIDE to send you its newsletter by email. We will only send you information that may be of interest to your company. Your data will never be passed on to a third party.

4. Withdrawal of Consent for your personal data

4.1. Right of access to your personal data

You have the right to access, modify and/or delete your personal data at any time by contacting GIDE:

  • By post: GIDE – 17 rue La Noue Bras de Fer 44200 Nantes – accompanied by a copy of an identity document. Ideally, by registered mail with acknowledgement of receipt.
  • On site at our office: with presentation of an identity document. The CNIL specifies: “It is possible to be accompanied by the person of your choice. The consultation should last long enough to take note conveniently and completely. It is possible to request a copy of the data.

The person in charge of the file has a maximum response time of 2 months from the date of the request, whether it was made by post or on site. The CNIL specifies: “If the request is incomplete (absence of the identity document for example), the person in charge of the file is entitled to request additional information: the deadline is then suspended and runs again once these elements have been provided”. The limits to the right of access are specified on the CNIL website and can be consulted by clicking here.

4.2 Changing your subscriptions

You can also freely modify your subscriptions to our communications by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each of our email communications.