Document internal to the company whose head office is established FILLES À PAPAS Première Avenue 22 à 4040 Herstal and registered at the Crossroads Bank for Enterprises under number BE 0887.479.328., represented by DUJARDIN Chloe
Article 1 – General provisions
Article 2 – Identification cookie
2.1. A cookie is a small file that is saved on the user’s device. It allows the company to identify the device of the user and makes possible the use of various features of the website, including the connection to the user’s account.
2.2. During the user’s first visit to the website, a notification bar will be displayed on the first page to alert the user to the existence of cookies and offer him the possibility to either (1) continue visit the website without disabling cookies, either (2) leaving the website or (3) continuing to visit the website in disabling one or more cookies.
2.3. If the user does not wish to receive cookies, he can modify the browser settings of the device with which he visits the website. If the user visits the website without changing the settings of his browser, he will be assumed to accept the receipt of all cookies on the website. The user must take into account that the user experience and / or the functionality of the website will not be optimal / will not work optimally without cookies.
Article 3 – Justification of the treatment
3.2. The user of the website may, at any time and for free, withdraw his consent by deactivating cookies and sending a written request to this effect to: email@example.com
Article 4 – Rights of the user
In accordance with the policy on the protection of privacy, the user has at all times a right of access and correction on the data that concern him and which were collected by means of cookies. It also has the right to oppose, free of charge, any processing of this data and / or transfer of this data to third parties for the purpose of promoting products and services.
The user may also request the correction or deletion of inaccurate or incomplete personal data or those which are no longer relevant. The user also has the right to ask the company for the deletion of his personal data or the limitation of their treatment, as well as the right to oppose the treatment and the right to the portability of the data.
Article 5 – Retention periods
Article 6 – Claims
Such. : +32 (0) 2 274 48 00
Fax: +32 (0) 2 274 48 35
Article 7 – Third Party Cookies
Article 8 – Types of cookies used
8.1. The company uses two types of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. A persistent cookie is generated as soon as the user has logged in using an account. The next time the user visits the website on the same device, the persistent cookie will allow the company to recognize the user as an existing user, so that the user no longer has to log in each time to browse the site / website.
8.2. A session cookie is used to identify a specific visit to the website. Session cookies expire after a short time or as soon as the user closes the browser through which he visited the website.
8.3. The company may use other technologies such as Adobe Flash to place the functional equivalent of a cookie on the user’s device.
8.4. The company may generate cookies when the user visits the website or cookies may be generated by other websites or services that perform this content on the page viewed by the user on the website (third party cookies).
Article 9 – Purposes of cookies