You are informed that during your visits to websites and other digital spaces of the RDAI company, cookies may be installed on your hardware (computer, tablet or smartphone). Similarly, cookies may be placed on your hardware via e-mails that are sent or when you install software or a mobile application.
These cookies may be deposited by the company RDAI as publisher of the aforementioned digital spaces or may be deposited by third parties, who may act on our behalf as a subcontractor or in their own interest.
This policy is applicable by the mere fact of being published on our website. The latest online version takes precedence over all others.
This policy does not replace the data protection policy implemented by the RDAI Company for its customers and contacts, accessible here [insert the link to the policy]. However, to the extent that cookies regularly involve the processing of personal data, we invite you to refer to it if you require further information.
2. What a cookie is and does
The notion of cookies as understood by the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL)covers all plotters or cookies, that is to say small computer files deposited, recorded and/or read by the user's browser on the hard disk when it visits a website, installs an application, or uses software or a mobile application.
The concept applies regardless of the terminal used by the user, including computers or laptops, digital tablets, smartphones or video game consoles connected to the Internet. Likewise, the concept of a cookie and the related regulations apply regardless of whether or not the hardware collects personal data, which is often the case in practice, however.
On a technical and functional level there are 4 types of cookies:
- Technical cookies, which respond to your action on the website and are necessary for the use of a service or access to content;
- Identification and personalization cookies, which allow us to know you better and to identify you when you return to our site;
- Analytical and performance cookies, which allow us to carry out various measures, such as the number of visitors or the pages visited by them;
- Advertising or targeting cookies, which record data to control the display of advertisements for a particular user.
On a technical level, there is a wide variety of cookies, such as http cookies, "flash" cookies, fingerprinting, invisible pixels and "web bugs", bearing in mind that this list is not comprehensive.
3. What a cookie is used for
The cookies that can be stored or read on your hardware are mainly intended to fulfil the following three purposes, illustrated by the following examples:
Purpose 1 - Proper operation of the service (s)
- Study of technical statistics to control the proper operation of the service;
- Identification of error messages to correct any technical problem;
- Obligation to re-authenticate the user after a certain period of time to ensure the security of the user account.
Purpose 2 - Improving the Customer Experience (UX)
- Features pre-filling of fields at each visit to improve the quality and speed of the user experience;
- Optimizing the ergonomics of the digital environment in question or the various features proposed;
- Setting the use of this environment according to the preferences of the user to offer personalized browsing, for example by memorizing the default language used;
- Study of the statistics provided by these cookies to continue to improve and adapt the service to each user to ensure a better experience.
Purpose 3 - Economic Function
- Sending personalized advertisements based on searches made by the user;
- Statistical reports and studies on the advertisements proposed;
- Study of the activity resulting from this digital environment: number of daily connections, connected profiles, most frequent time slots, etc.
4. Who takes the initiative to save cookies
Third-party cookies, that is to say those issued by third parties to RDAI, may be saved when you use our digital environment to enable the operation of the services on offer, to improve the customer experience or to to study the activity of the users on the said environment. These third parties may be advertisers and/or advertising agencies, companies specializing in advertising in electronic form or technical providers of any nature whatsoever.
The issuers of these third-party cookies save them on the digital spaces of the RDAI company on its behalf and exploit the data collected in its interest. In this case, the RDAI company uses Google Analytics, which allows RDAI to use the data collected through the software for statistical purposes.
The RDAI company ensures compliance with the applicable regulations, bearing in mind that it is our responsibility to respect your rights, as indicated below.
5. How long your data are kept
The RDAI company respects the requirements set by the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) for the retention of cookies, which cannot exceed 13 months from the day the cookies are saved. In this respect, the RDAI company undertakes to set the retention period for cookies as provided by Google Analytics using the tools made available.
6. Your rights in terms of cookies
Under the regulation applicable to cookies, you have the following rights:
- A right to information regarding the purposes of cookies, referred to in article 3 of this policy, and the means made available to you to oppose it, as described in article 10 of this policy. We make sure that you can obtain this information by implementing a cookie banner on our digital spaces, a "Learn more" page allowing you to set them up and inserting a link to this policy.
- A right to consent to the saving and reading of cookies on your hardware, bearing in mind that that this consent does not apply to cookies for technical purposes, i.e. the cookies strictly necessary for the provision of our services or whose sole purpose is to enable or facilitate electronic communication. On the other hand, the RDAI Company seeks your consent for cookies related to targeted advertising operations, social network cookies and audience measurement cookies. Your consent is considered as given when after having read the banner cookies on our platform, you have continued browsing our website, i.e. you have clicked on the page of our platform you had accessed or have changed pages.
The RDAI company allows you to parameter the cookies, and to accept or refuse all or part of the cookies placed on our digital spaces. Your choice can be made either by reference to the purposes of cookies, or by reference to the technologies used.
To ensure you have complete control of the cookies concerning you, the RDAI Company has opted to:
- Refer you to the settings of your browser, bearing in mind that that most current browsers allow users to choose or refuse all of cookies or even select only those you want to keep.
To do so, each browser has its specific features, the setting remains relatively accessible through the help menus of each of them. For example:
Sur Google Chrome:
On Internet Explorer:
On Mozilla Firefox:
RDAI cannot guarantee the durability of these URLs, nor the quality of the information they contain.
8. Update of this policy
This policy may be modified or amended at any time in the event of legal or jurisprudential developments, decisions and recommendations of the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) or standard uses.
Any new version of this policy will be brought to the attention of online users by replacing the previous version of the policy with the new version.
9. Questions about this policy
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In the event that the RDAI Company designates a data protection officer, it undertakes to provide you with his/her contact details in a document later made known to you. You will then be able to refer to him/her if you wish to obtain specific information or have a problem with the processing of your data.
For more general information on the protection of personal data, please consult the website of the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) www.cnil.fr.
In addition, you are legally entitled to lodge a complaint with the Cnil at the following address: