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Privacy policy

Last updated on July 19, 2021.

PREAMBLE

This Privacy Policy informs you how The Cyclist House uses and protects the information you are sending us when you use this site accessible from the following URL: www.Thecyclisthouse.com (hereinafter the "Site". »).

Please note that this privacy policy is likely to be modified or completed at any time by The Cyclist House, including to comply with any legal or technological evolution. In such a case, the date of its update will be clearly identified at the top of this policy. These changes involve the user when they have been informed of the update of the updated privacy policy, and that they have accepted it.

Article 1. Parties

This Privacy Policy is applicable between the publisher of the site, hereinafter "The Editor, And anyone connecting to the site, hereinafter "the user ».

Article 2. Definitions

« Content of the site »: Elements of any kind published on the site, protected or not by an intellectual property right, such as texts, images, designs, presentations, videos, diagrams, structures, databases or software.

« Editor"The Cyclist House, taken as publisher of the site.

" User ": Anyone connecting to the site.

"Site": Web site accessible to the URL www.Thecyclisthouse.com, as well as subsites, mirror sites, portals and variations of URL relating.

Article 3. Scope

This Privacy Policy is applicable to any user. Clicking on "I accept" when you register on the site will carry your full and entire acceptance thereof. Similarly, click on "I accept" in the cookie information headband posted on the site carries your confirmation of this acceptance, while allowing you to customize the cookies that will be applied to you. You recognize as a result of having fully acquired and accept them without restriction.

The user acknowledges the proof value of the Editor's automatic registration systems and, except for him to provide contrary, he renounces challenges in the event of a dispute.

The acceptance of this Privacy Policy involves users that they enjoy the necessary legal capacity for this or at least 16 years old, or failing that they have the authorization of a Guardian or curator if they are incapable of their legal representative if they are less than 16 years old, or that they have a mandate if they act on behalf of a legal person.

Article 4. Personal data

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (RGDP) adopted by the European Parliament on 14 April 2016 and the national legislation in force, the Editor provides you with the following information:

4.1. Identity of the head of treatment

The manager of the collection and data processed on the site is The Cyclist House.

4.2. Data collection by the Publisher

4.2.1. Data collected
4.2.1.1 Data collected during the navigation on the site

When browsing the site, you consent to the Editor collects the information about: the content you are viewing and on which you click; demographic data; the device used and its software environment; to your location; your login data (schedules, IP address ...).

4.2.1.2. Data collected when using the contact form or the contact email address

The use of the contact form or user contact email address requires collection by the following personal data editor: Name, first name, e-mail address *, phone number.

Personal data followed by an asterisk is mandatory for the use of the contact form. Users who do not want to provide the information required for using the contact form will not be able to send a message to the Editor directly from the site.

4.2.1.3. Data collected when registering on the site

The use of the user registration form assumes the collection by the following personal data publisher: Name *, first name *, postal address *, email address *, date of birth, phone number.

Personal data followed by an asterisk are mandatory for registration on the site. Users who do not want to provide the information required for the use of the registration form will not be able to register directly from the site.

4.2.1.4. Data collected when using the Newsletter Form

As part of using the Newsletter form, the Publisher may be required to collect and process: your email address.

4.2.2. Personal data collection purposes

The data collected during the navigation are the subject of automated processing for:

  • Check the identity of people;
  • Ensure and improve service security;
  • Develop, exploit, improve, provide and manage the site;
  • Contextualize and improve the user's experience;
  • Send information and contact people, including by e-mail;
  • Target advertising content;
  • Avoid any illegal or illegal activity;
  • Enforce the conditions relating to the use of the site.

The data collected when using the contact form or the contact email address are the subject of automated processing for:

  • Check the identity of people;
  • Ensure and improve service security;
  • Contextualize and improve the user's experience;
  • Send information and contact people, including by e-mail;
  • Target advertising content;
  • Avoid any illegal or illegal activity.

The data collected during the registration are the subject of automated processing for:

  • Execute contractual commitments;
  • Check the identity of people;
  • Ensure and improve service security;
  • Develop, exploit, improve, provide and manage the site;
  • Contextualize and improve the user's experience;
  • Send information and contact people, including by e-mail;
  • Avoid any illegal or illegal activity;
  • Enforce the conditions relating to the use of the site.

The data collected when using the newsletter form is the subject of automated processing for:

  • Address newsletters to the user.
4.2.3. Legal basis of treatment

The data collected during the navigation is for legal basis the legitimate interest of the publisher, namely to carry out an analysis of behaviors on the site and obtain improved security and operation of the site. Some of these data, such as those from the implementation of certain cookies, may have as legal basis the consent of the persons.

The data collected when using the contact form or the use of the contact email address have the legal basis the consent of the persons concerned.

The data collected during the registration are based on a contractual relationship.

The data collected when using the newsletter form has the legal basis the consent of the persons concerned.

4.2.4. Data recipients

The data collected shall be consulted solely by the members of the Editor's management, by the personnel in charge of the preparation of your order as well as the personnel responsible for the management of the site, and are never made freely visualizable by a person Third-party physics.

4.2.5. Shelf life of personal data

The personal data collected during the navigation are kept for a reasonable duration necessary for the proper administration of the site and for a maximum of 12 months, or until the withdrawal of the consent of the persons concerned.

The personal data collected when using the contact form or when sending to the contact email address is retained for a reasonable time required to manage the user's request, and for a maximum of 12 months.

The data collected during registration are retained during the duration of the contractual relationship between the Editor and the user.

The data collected when using the newsletter form is retained until the consent of the persons concerned.

At the end of each of these deadlines, the Publisher will archive these data and will retain the time during which his responsibility may be questioned.

Past this period of conservation, the Publisher undertakes delete the data of the persons concerned definitively.

4.2.6. Security and confidentiality of personal data

Personal data is kept under secure conditions, according to the current means of the art, in accordance with the provisions of the General Regulation for the protection of data and national legislation in force.

4.2.7. Minimization of personal data

The Editor may also collect and process any data voluntarily transmitted by a user, including via the free field of the contact form.

The publisher directs users as much as possible when providing unnecessary or unnecessary personal data.

The Publisher undertakes to maintain and address only the data strictly necessary for its activities, and remove any data received not useful as soon as possible.

4.3. Respects of rights

You have the following rights regarding your personal data, which you can exercise by writing to our mailing address or by sending an email to the following address: contact@thecyclisthouse.com.

For the cookies linked to our partner Effinity, you can access the list of the actors present in your Container Tag and the mechanisms that allow you to oppose the tracking by clicking here.

4.3.1. Right of information, access and communication of data

You have the option to access the personal data that concerns you.

Due to the obligation of security and confidentiality in the processing of personal data that is the responsibility of the publisher, your request will be processed only if you report the proof of your identity, including by the production of a scan of your valid identity title (in case of request by email) or a signed photocopy of your valid ID (in case of request addressed in writing), both accompanied by the mention "I certify on the honor that the copy of this piece of identification is in accordance with the original. Made to ... The ... ", followed by your signature.

To help you in your approach, you will findhereA mail model developed by the CNIL.

4.3.2. Right of rectification, deletion and right to forgetting data

You have the option of requesting rectification, updating, locking or erasing your personal data that may prove to be inaccurate, incorrect, incomplete or obsolete.

You can also define general and specific guidelines for the fate of personal data after your death. Where appropriate, the heirs of a deceased may require consideration of the death of their loved one and / or proceed to the necessary updates.

To help you in your approach, you will findhereA mail model developed by the CNIL.

4.3.3. Right of opposition to data processing

You have the option to oppose a processing of your personal data.

To make, it will be necessary to send an email at the following address: contact@Thecyclisthouse.com. In this email, you will need to specify the data you want to see delete as well as the reasons justifying this request, except in cases of commercial prospecting.

4.3.4. Right to data portability

You have the right to receive the personal data you have provided to us in a transferable, open and readable format.

4.3.5. Right to the limitation of treatment

You have the right to request that the processing of your personal data by the Editor is limited. Thus, your data can only be preserved and no longer used by the Editor.

4.3.6. Withdrawal of consent

Your consent is essential for the processing of your data by the Editor. However, you can withdraw this one at any time. This withdrawal will lead to the removal of personal data concerning you.

Services requiring the processing of your data by the publisher will nevertheless be more accessible.

4.3.7. Reply duration

The Publisher undertakes to respond to your request for access, rectification or opposition or any other request for information within a reasonable period of time that can not exceed 1 month from receipt of your application.

4.3.8. Complaint with the competent authority

If you consider that the Publisher does not comply with its obligations with regard to your personal information, you can send a complaint or request to the competent authority. In France, the competent authority is the CNIL to which you can send a requesthere.

4.4. Transfer of data collected

4.4.1. Transfer to partners

The Editor informs you that we use authorized providers to facilitate the collection and processing of the data you have communicated to us. These providers may be located outside the European Union and have disclosed data collected on the site.

The publisher has previously been implemented by its adequate guarantees and respect for strict conditions for the confidentiality, use and data protection, for example via the United States Privacyshield.

The user agrees that the collected data is transmitted by the Publisher to its partners and the subject of treatment by these partners in the context of third-party services, namely:

No partner known for the moment.

4.4.2. Transfer on requisition or judicial decision

The user also agrees that the publisher communicates the data collected to any person, on requisition of a state authority or judicial decision.

4.4.3. Transfer as part of a merger or acquisition

If the Editor is involved in a merger, a sale of assets, a financing operation, a liquidation or bankruptcy or in an acquisition of all or part of its activity by another company, the user agrees that the data. collected shall be transmitted by the Publisher to this company and that this company operates the processing of personal data referred to in this Privacy Policy at the place and place of the Editor.

Article 5. POLICY RELATING TO PACKORS / COOKIES

When you first connect on the Editor's website, you are notified by a headband at the bottom of your screen that information about your navigation are likely to be recorded in "cookies" files. Our cookie policy allows you to better understand the provisions we implement in terms of navigation on our site. It informs you in particular on all cookies present on our site, their purpose, and gives you the procedure to configure them.

For the cookies linked to our partner Effinity, you can access the list of the actors present in your Container Tag and the mechanisms that allow you to oppose the tracking by clicking here.

5.1. Use of tracers / cookies

The Publisher of this site will be able to implement a cookie and other tracer on the hard disk of your terminal (computer, tablet, mobile, etc.) to guarantee you a fluid and optimal navigation on our website.

The "cookies" (or logging lights) are small limited text files that allow us to recognize your computer, tablet or mobile for the purpose of customizing the services we offer.

To better illuminate the information that cookies identify, you will find below a table listing the different types of cookies likely to be used on the site of the publisher, their name, purpose and their shelf life.

5.2. Plotters

With the help of the information contained in the tracers and cookies used the Editor can analyze the attendance and use of the site and, if necessary, facilitate and improve navigation, carry out prospecting operations, develop trade statistics or display targeted ads.

5.3. Tracers used

Facebook, Google, Hubspot, Typeform, Effinity.

5.4. Configuring your cookie preferences

On your first connection on the Editor's website, a banner briefly presenting information about cookies and similar technologies will appear at the bottom of your screen. This banner allows you to choose the cookies you accept or refuse the deposit on your terminal. You will be deemed to have given your agreement to cookies by clicking on the icon "I accept", or globally, either individually. On the other hand, you will be deemed to have refused the cookies deposit by clicking on the icon "I refuse", once again, this choice will be able to carry on all cookies, or on some of them only. In the absence of choice, you will be deemed to have refused the cookies deposit. Your decision will be recorded for 6 months and may be subject to a change at any time.

5.4.1 Cookies exempt from consent

In accordance with the recommendations of the National Board of Informatics and Freedoms (CNIL), certain cookies are exempted from the prior collection of your consent to the extent that they are strictly necessary for the operation of the website or have the sole purpose of allowing or facilitating or facilitating electronic communication. These include session identifier, authentication, load balancing session, and customization cookies of your interface. These cookies are fully submitted to this policy to the extent that they are issued and managed by the Editor.

5.4.2 Cookies requiring the prior completion of your consent

This requirement concerns cookies issued by third parties and who are qualified as "persistent" to the extent that they remain in your terminal until erasing or their expiry date.

Such cookies being issued by third parties, their use and their deposit are subject to their own privacy policies. This cookie family includes audience measurement cookies, advertising cookies as well as social networking cookies (such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram).

Hearing measurement cookies establish statistics regarding attendance and use of various elements of the site (such as the contents / pages you have visited). These data participate in improving the ergonomics of the Editor's website.

5.5. Maximum shelf life of tracers

The tracers are intended to be kept on the user's computer station for up to 12 months. These data are kept under secure conditions, according to the current means of the art, in accordance with the provisions of the General Regulation to the protection of data and the national legislation in force.

5.6. Opposition to the use of tracers

5.6.1. Faculty of opposition to the use of tracers

You can accept or refuse cookies deposit at any time.

The user can delete or deactivate the use of tracers each time he wishes by modifying the parameters of his browser. It is possible to consult the site without tracers. Some appended features of the site may, however, not work if the user has deactivated the use of tracers, such as the autocompletion of the forms or navigation indicators.

5.6.2. Settings

For more information on cookie control tools, you can view here the dedicated page on the CNIL website.

5.6.2.1. Browser settings

Each Internet browser offers its own cookie management settings. The user can configure his navigation software so that cookies are rejected, either systematically or according to their transmitter. The user can also configure his navigation software so that his acceptance or his refusal of cookies is offered time, before a cookie is likely to be recorded on his terminal.

For the management of cookies and user choices, the configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the browser help menu, which will make it possible to know how to change its wishes for cookies:

5.6.2.2. Settings using complementary modules

The user can also delete or oppose the implementation of cookies on his extension by installing an extension on his browser, such as Ghostery, to downloadhere

Article 6. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

6.1. Legal protection of the contents of the site

The contents of the site are likely to be protected by copyright and the database right. Any representation, reproduction, translation, adaptation or transformation, integral or partial, carried out illegally and without the consent of the publisher or his beneficiaries or persons who constitute a violation of the books I and III of the Code of Intellectual Property and will be subject to to give rise to judicial proceedings for counterfeiting

6.2. Contractual protection of the contents of the site

The user undertakes contractually with regard to the Editor not to use, reproduce or represent, in any way, the contents of the site, whether or not they are protected by an intellectual property right, to another purpose than that of their reading by a robot or browser. This prohibition is not applicable to indexing robots having the sole purpose of scanning the content of the site for indexing purposes.

Article 7. Final stipulations

7.1. Modifications

This Privacy Policy may be amended at any time by the Editor. The conditions applicable to the user are those in effect when connecting to the site. Any substantial modification of this Privacy Policy will be subject to information when the user's first connection following their entry into force. This new privacy policy will then have new acceptance.

7.2. Entirety

The nullity of one of the clauses of this contract will not result in the nullity of the other clauses of the contract or the contract as a whole, which will keep their full effect and scope. In such a case, the parties will have to the extent possible replace the stipulation canceled by a valid stipulation corresponding to the spirit and the purpose of these.

7.3. Non-renunciation

The absence of exercise by the Editor of the rights recognized by the present will in no way be interpreted as a waiver of asserting such rights.

7.4. Languages

These conditions are proposed in French.

7.5. Abusive clauses

The stipulations of these conditions apply subject to compliance with the mandatory provisions of the Consumer Code concerning abusive clauses in contracts between a professional and a consumer.

Article 8. Litigation

8.1. Applicable right

This Privacy Policy is subject to the application of French law and European regulation, including the European Regulation on data protection.

8.2. Litigation

Under Ordinance No. 2015-1033 of August 20, 2015, all litigation that may arise in the execution of these General Conditions and whose solution could not be found prior to the amicably between the parties must be submitted.

Since January 1, 2016, mediation is mandatory for all. Thus, any professional selling to individuals, is required to communicate the coordinates of a competent mediator in case of dispute, and that regardless of it sells remotely or in a physical store (source: FEVAD).

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