Terms and conditions

Personal data protection policy

Respect for your privacy is important to Clos Roussely, whose legal form is SARL VINCENT ROUSSELY, and is aware of the trust you place in it.

This privacy policy covers:

  • personal data collected via the site’s contact form
  • in general and for information purposes, personal data that may be collected when you enter into a commercial relationship with SARL VINCENT ROUSSELY,
  • cookies implemented when you browse the site

We protect your privacy by ensuring the protection, confidentiality, non-alteration, availability and security of the personal data that you entrust to us on all of our communication channels.

When do we collect your personal data?

We mainly collect your data on the following occasions:

  • When you visit our website who may use cookies
  • When you subscribe to our newsletter

The data is collected according to the legal principle of consent.

What personal information do we collect?

We only collect information whose collection is strictly necessary to provide you with a service and to provide you with information about the group, namely: your surname, first name, date of birth, postal address, e-mail address, telephone.

What use is made of your personal data?

The personal data we collect is collected for the purpose of marketing operations and commercial partnerships, in particular:

  • Sending newsletters
  • Sending information about Clos Roussely
  • Sending marketing, advertising and promotional offers relating to our products
  • Personalized loyalty or commercial prospecting actions
  • Development of trade statistics

The collection of your personal data also allows us to improve the targeting of our advertising campaigns in order to offer you targeted offers, based on your interests and measurement of the performance of these campaigns for the purpose of optimization.

Who are the recipients of your personal data?

We ensure that only authorized persons can access your personal data when this access is necessary for the performance of our commercial relationship.

Our service providers may also be recipients of the personal data strictly necessary for the performance of the services that we have entrusted to them.

Operations with a third-party recipient are subject to a contract to ensure the protection of your personal data and respect for your rights.

How are your personal data stored?

The data is stored in compliance with French legislation and European regulations.

How long are your personal data kept?

Your personal data will be kept for a maximum of 3 years, from the date of collection.

Cookie management

During each of your visits, we are likely to collect, in accordance with applicable legislation and with your consent, where applicable, information relating to the devices on which you use our services or the networks from which you access our services, such as that in particular your connection data, types and versions of internet browsers used, types and versions of your browser plugins, operating systems and platforms, data concerning your browsing path, in particular your path on the various URL pages, the content to which you access or consult, the search terms used, download errors, the duration of consultation of certain pages, the advertising identifier of your device, the interactions with the page as well as any telephone number used to contact us.

Among the technologies used to collect this information, we use cookies.

A cookie is a small text file saved, and/or read by your browser, on the hard drive of your terminal (PC, laptop or smartphone, for example) and deposited by the websites you visit.

Almost all sites use cookies to function properly and optimize their ergonomics and functionality.

Cookies also make interactions with sites more secure and faster, as they can remember your preferences (such as your username and language) by sending the information they contain back to the originating site ( internal cookie) or to another site to which they belong (third-party cookie), when you visit the site concerned again from the same terminal.

You can revoke your consent to the use of cookies at any time, as follows:

By disabling cookies online by clicking on the “Cookie settings” or “cookies” button at the bottom right of the screen to allow all cookies, refuse them or customize your choice.

What are your rights ?

You have the right to receive a copy of your Personal Data in our possession (“right of access”).

You can also request the erasure of your Personal Data as well as the rectification of erroneous or obsolete Personal Data (“right of erasure and right of rectification”).

You also have the right to object at any time for reasons relating to their particular situation, (i) to the processing of your Personal Data for direct marketing purposes or to processing carried out on the basis of our legitimate interest (“right to ‘objection’).

You have the right to limit the processing carried out on your Personal Data (“right to limitation”). Please note that this right only applies if (i) you dispute the accuracy of your Personal Data for the duration allowing us to verify the accuracy of the latter; (ii) in the event of unlawful processing on our part and you request a restriction of their use rather than erasure, (iii) we no longer need the personal data for the purposes of the processing but they are still necessary for the establishment, exercise or defense of legal claims; iv) in the event of exercise of your right of opposition during the verification period relating to the point of knowing whether the legitimate reasons which we pursue prevail over yours.

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority or to obtain compensation from the competent courts if you consider that we have not respected your rights.

You also have the right to the portability of your data, i.e. the right to receive the Personal Data that you have provided to us in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format and the right to transmit this data to another data controller (“right to portability”).

You also have the right to define directives relating to the fate of your Personal Data after your death.

To exercise these rights, you can contact Clos Roussely directly.

Our data security measures

As data controller, we implement appropriate technical and organizational measures in accordance with the applicable legal provisions, to protect your personal data against alteration, accidental or unlawful loss, use, disclosure or unauthorized access. authorised, and in particular:

  • The appointment of a data protection officer
  • Raising awareness of the confidentiality requirements of our employees who have access to your personal data
  • Securing access to our premises and our IT platforms
  • The implementation of a general IT security policy for the company
  • Securing access, sharing and transfer of data
  • The high level of data protection requirements when selecting our subcontractors and partners
  • Anonymization of your personal data whenever possible or necessary

We are totally committed to effective protection of the personal data you entrust to us. In this permanent concern for security and protection, we encourage you to exercise caution to prevent any unauthorized access to your personal data and to protect your terminals against any unwanted or even malicious access by means of a strong password, which it is recommended to change regularly. If you share a terminal, we recommend that you log out after each use.

Are your data transferred outside the European Union?

We store your personal data in the European Union.

However, it is possible that in a marginal way the data that we collect when you use our platforms or within the framework of our services is transferred to subcontractors or business partners located in other countries, some of them may have less protective personal data protection legislation than that in force in the country where you reside.

In the event of a transfer of this type, we ensure that the processing is carried out in accordance with this privacy policy and that it is governed by the standard contractual clauses of the European Commission which make it possible to guarantee a sufficient level of protection of privacy and fundamental human rights.