Host : O2SWITCH
222 Boulevard Gustave Flaubert
Tél. : 04 44 44 60 40
Web : www.o2switch.fr
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Statistical data: In order to establish a hearing measure, we count the number of visits, page views, and analyze the activity of TripMeeters visitors. Cookies containing non-nominal information may be used for this purpose, which you may refuse or delete in your browser options without preventing access to the pages of the site. We use the Google Analytics Audience Measurement tool for these statistics.
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TripMeeters is a registered trademark. The trademarks and logos appearing on this site are trademarks of TripMeeters.
Their reference does not in any way grant any license or right to use any of the said Mark, which cannot therefore be used without the prior written consent of the proprietor of the mark, under penalty of infringement within the meaning of articles l 335-2 et seq. of the intellectual Property Code.
TripMeeters est propriétaire des droits de propriété intellectuelle ou détient les droits d’usage sur tous les éléments accessibles sur le site, notamment les textes, visuels, images, charte graphique, textes, logo, icônes, sons, logiciels, fichiers.
TripMeeters owns the intellectual property rights or owns the rights of use on all the elements accessible on the site, including texts, visuals, images, graphic charter, texts, logo, icons, sounds, software, files.
Any representation and/or reproduction and/or partial or total exploitation of this site, by some processes, without the express and prior authorisation of the TripMeeters company is prohibited and would constitute a counterfeit within the meaning of Articles L 335-2 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code.
We can collect some personal information that directly or indirectly identifies the user. This information is in no way disclosed, given or sold to anyone.
We remind you that you have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete the data concerning you (article 39 et seq. of the Law of 6 January 1978).
TripMeeters has been declared to the national Commission for Informatics and Liberties (CNIL) under registration number 1992228.
Cookies and personal data:
When browsing the site, information is likely to be stored in “Cookies” files installed in your computer, tablet or mobile phone. This page allows you to understand what a Cookie is, what it is for and how you can set it up.
What is a COOKIE?
It is a text file deposited in a dedicated space of the hard disk of your terminal (computer, tablet, mobile phone or any other device optimized for Internet), when viewing content or an online advertisement. This Cookie file can only be read by its sender. It allows its transmitter, during its validity period, to recognise the terminal concerned each time this terminal accesses digital content containing Cookies from the same transmitter. The Cookie does not identify you personally, but only the browser of your terminal.
What are COOKIES used for?
2 types of Cookies, according to the purposes described below, can be recorded in your terminal during a visit to our site:
1. Technical Cookies are required to navigate our site, as well as access to the various products and services. The technical Cookies allow you to recognize yourself, to report your passage on a particular page and thus to improve your navigation comfort: Adapt the presentation of the site to the display preferences of your terminal (language Used, display resolution), memorize passwords and other information about a form that you have filled out on the site (registration or access to the member area). Technical Cookies can also be used to implement security measures (this is the case, for example, when you are asked to re-connect to the member area after a certain amount of time). These Cookies cannot be disabled or set up, or they may not be able to access the site and/or the services of the site.
2. Audience measurement Cookies are issued by us or our technical service providers for the purpose of measuring the audience of the various contents and sections of our site, in order to evaluate them and to better organize them. These Cookies also allow, if necessary, to detect navigation problems and therefore to improve the ergonomics of our services. These Cookies produce only anonymous statistics and volumes of attendance, excluding any individual information. The lifetime of these hearing measurement Cookies does not exceed 13 months.
Your choices about COOKIES
By using our site, you consent to the use of the aforementioned Cookies. However, you may choose to disable all or part of these cookies at any time, except for the technical cookies required to operate the site as described above. Your browser can also be set up to report the Cookies that are deposited in your terminal and ask you to accept them or not.
1. Reject a Cookie via your browser software
You can choose to disable all or part of the Cookies at any time. Your browser can also be set up to notify you of the Cookies deposited in your terminal and ask you to accept them or not (on a case by case or in full). However, we remind you that disabling all Cookies will prevent you from using our site under normal conditions, except for basic functions.
If you are using the Explorer browser: Click the Tools button, then Internet Options. On the General tab, navigation history, click Settings. Then click View files and select the cookie or Cookies you want to disable. Then close the window that contains this list of Cookies and click OK twice to return to the Internet.
If you are using the Firefox browser: Click on the Firefox Menu icon, then the Tools button, then Options; In the window that appears, choose Privacy and click Delete Specific Cookies. Select the Cookies you want to disable and then delete them.
If you are using the Safari browser: Click the Settings button, then preferences. In the window that appears, choose privacy/Security, and click Show Cookies. Select the Cookies you want to disable and click Clear or delete all.
If you are using the Chrome browser: Click on the Google Chrome menu icon, then Settings. At the bottom of the page, click Show Advanced Settings. In the Privacy section, click Content Setting. To turn off cookies:
Select Prohibit all sites from storing data
Click Cookies and site data, and then hover over the site that created the Cookie, and click X in the right angle, or click Delete all.
2. Refuse a hearing Cookie:
On our site, audience Cookies are deposited by Google Analytics. If you do not want our site to store Cookies in your browser for audience measurement purposes, you can click on the following disabling links that will register a Cookie in your browser that is unique to the Disable:
Opposition to Google Analytics cookies: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Google Analytics Cookie: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881
Attention, these Cookies allow to measure the traffic or the audience, associated with our website, the pages visited and the interactions made on the site during your visit. Disabling them prevents any collection of information related to your browsing on our Site and therefore the proposal of editorial content adapted according to your browsing.
ACCESS TO THE SITE
The site is accessible by any location, 7/7, 24h/24 except in cases of force majeure, scheduled or unplanned interruption and possibly resulting from a maintenance necessity.
In the event of modification, interruption or suspension of the services the site https://www.tripmeeters.com/cannot be held responsible.
The tripmeeters.com site uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), a security protocol that allows your Internet communications to remain private. This Protocol provides applications for clients/servers to communicate without being listened to indiscretely, without your messages being changed. It encrypts all personal information (name, address, email…) during their transit between the browser and our servers, so that this information can not be read when they circulate on the Internet. When you are on a secure page the padlock appears as an icon in the address bar
If we use SSL encryption to protect sensitive information on the Internet, we also do everything we can to protect this information once stored. All of our hard drives are encrypted upstream of the operating system. If, of adventure, a machine was stolen, the data stored on the hard drives would remain inaccessible.