LEGAL INFORMATION

The website http://www.inesdelafressange.fr is the property of IdlF and is operated by the company, the identification details of which are as follows:

 IdlF

Company type: Limited company

Share capital: €49,450

Headquarters:
10 rue du Mail, 75002, Paris

Siret: 792 301 806 00024

RCS: 792 301 806 RCS Paris

APE code: 7740Z

CNIL declaration: 1803079

THE WEBSITE

Publisher: Mr. Fabrice Boé

 Hosting: 

ECRITEL

51 rue Le Peletier

75009 Paris

France 

For all information concerning the present website, you can contact the appropriate department at the following address: Service Client WEB IDLF, 10 rue du Mail 75002 Paris sales@inesdelafressange.fr

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY 

The present website is under full ownership of  IdlF. The present site, as well as all of its constituent elements, constitute an intellectual work under the conditions L. 111-1 onwards of the French Intellectual Property Code and, in this context, IdlF benefits as author of this original creation from the protection and the rights reserved to it by the law. Any reproduction or representation, in full or in part of all of any part of this website in any medium, in any way and for any use whatsoever is forbidden except through express permission, in advance by IdlF in its role as author and owner of all the intellectual property rights. The contravention of this will constitute counterfeiting and may incur the perpetrator’s civil or criminal liability for counterfeiting, against whom IdlF reserves the right to claim full damages.

IdlF is the owner of the rights attached to brands, company names, commercial names, logos and other Intellectual and/or industrial property rights for which the present user of the website recognises the existence and validity through the action of accessing the website. The absence of a protection or property notice does, in no case, imply that the brands, company names, commercial names, logos or signs featured on the present website do not benefit from protection or property rights.

CONDITIONS FOR USE OF WEBSITE

WEBSITE OPERATION

IdlF takes every step to ensure the reliability of the its own information contained on the present website (hereafter the “Website”). IdlF can take no responsibility for errors and omissions relative to its own information or on the occasion of the use and diffusion of information by users of the Website. The company IdlF can not guarantee the constant accessibility of the Website and the information contained thereon in whole or in part. In particular, it can not be held responsible for the closure of the site, whether permanently or temporarily, notably during maintenance operations. 

IdlF will not be held responsible, directly or indirectly, neither can it guarantee or vouch for the carrying out of obligations or commitments by any external suppliers referenced in any way whatsoever on the site and with which it preserves strict legal and financial independence.

USE OF SITE

All uses of the present Website are submitted to the terms and conditions of IdlF accessible on the present Website (http://www.inesdelafressange.fr/XXXXX) and recognises to have read and accepted them. Each user is responsible for their navigation on the site and any actions, whatever they may be, without engaging the responsibility of IdlF, on any account or for any reason whatsoever.

 HYPERTEXT LINKS 

The use of hypertext links can redirect the user of the Website to third-party sites or servers. IdlF has no control over these sites or servers and takes no responsibility in any nature or account whatsoever, relative to the content of these servers.

The creation of any hypertext link, whatever the nature, redirecting the user to the whole or part of the Website is submitted to express authorisation, written and in advance by IdlF, which can in no way be held responsible for the sites of third parties and their content, even in the case of authorisation.

COOKIES / GOOGLE ANALYTICS

The user of the present Website is informed that a “cookie” will be installed by IdlF on the device the user uses to connect (notably a computer) at the moment of the first connection to the Website. The “cookie” will not allow the identification of the user but will record information relative to the user’s navigation of the Site (pages visited, date and time of visit, etc.) The information collected from the user’s device will be kept for 30 days. 

The user can refuse the installation of cookies using a setting in the browser. The user can at any moment refuse the saving of cookies by configuring the browser of their connection device according to the following processes, subject to any additional information available about the browser. The user will not, however, be able to use all of the Website’s functions. 

Process for deleting cookies.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Click “Tools” then “Options”
  2. Click the  “Privacy” icon.
  3. Find the “Cookie” tab and select the suitable options.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0:

  1. Click “Tools”  then “Internet Options”.
  2. Click the “Confidentiality” tab.
  3. Select the required level using the cursor.

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5:

  1. Click “Tools”  then “Internet Options”.
  2. Click the “Security” tab.
  3. Select “Internet” then “Custom Level”.
  4. Find the “Cookies” option and select the suitable option.

Opera 6.0 and above:

  1. Click “File” then “Preferences”.
  2. Privacy.

PROTECTION AND CONSERVATION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION

Customers are hereby informed that their personal data may be collected on the Website and used by IDLF SA, which acts as data controller within the meaning of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European parliament and of the council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter “General Data Protection Regulation” or “GDPR”).

IDLF SA undertakes to protect and ensure the security and confidentiality of its Customers’ personal data in accordance with the GDPR, including by taking all appropriate measures to prevent these data from being distorted, damaged or accessed by unauthorised third parties.

In particular, Customers’ personal data may be sent to service providers and contractual partners which, acting as subcontractors within the meaning of the GDPR, contribute directly to the management of Orders and for which it is absolutely necessary to access the personal data entered by Customers when creating and using their Accounts (identity, postal address, telephone number, email address). Subcontractors may act only under instruction from IDLF SA.

Customers’ personal data are collected for the following purposes:

    • to manage Orders and relationships with Customers;
    • to inform Customers about commercial offers and information relating to the brand;
    • to reinforce and enhance communication from the Website and the brand by sending, for instance, newsletters and special offers depending on the preferences that Customers express on the Website;
    • to improve and personalise the services offered to Customers;
    • to comply with legal and regulatory obligations.

Customers’ personal data are retained only for the period strictly necessary for the aforementioned purposes. In accordance with the French Data Protection Act, Customers have the right to access, correct and object to the use of their personal data (hereinafter “Data Protection Rights”).

To exercise one or more Data Protection Rights, Customers should send a request by email or post to the Customer Services department of IDLF SA, by filling in the contact form on the Website or by writing to the following address and stating their full name, email address and customer reference details: IDLF SA Service client, 10 rue du Mail, 75002 Paris, France.

All requests must be signed and accompanied by a photocopy of an ID document bearing the Customer’s signature, and include the return address.

Requests made on the basis of one or more Data Protection Rights will be replied to no later than 2 months after receiving the requests.

Customers may give IDLF specific guidance in which they explain how they would like to exercise their Data Protection Rights under the GDPR after their death.