The present document constitutes the general conditions of use of the site accessible under the address " https://www.objetsdhistoires.fr"(hereinafter referred to as the "Site"). Design and production, e-BISCUS SARL on behalf of the company OBJETS D'HISTOIRES - 131 AVENUE MARECHAL DE SAXE - 69003 LYON. By accessing or using this Site, you are deemed to accept these terms and conditions and we reserve the right to refuse access to all or part of the Site to any user who does not respect them. You also agree not to send or transmit any text or images that are contrary to the law, or that may offend, in particular by hateful or pornographic content, or that may incite similar behaviour. OBJETS D'HISTOIRES reserves the right to take any measure or to take any action it deems necessary in the event that its Site is used to disseminate elements of this nature. We inform you that the Site is subject to French law, to French jurisdiction and that its official language is French.
Declaration to the CNIL
CNIL declaration made on 22/03/2017, registered under n°2045654 : Consult the receipt here
The Site and each of its components (trademarks, graphics, photographs) are governed by French and international legislation, in particular that relating to copyright, databases and intellectual property, in particular the OBJETS D'HISTOIRES trademark and its logo. All other trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. Any unauthorized reproduction, representation, publication, transmission or, more generally, any unauthorized use of the Site and/or its elements shall engage your responsibility and may result in legal proceedings, in particular for infringement.
The Site may contain links to other sites that we do not operate. We cannot be held responsible in any way for the provision of these links allowing access to these external sites and sources, and cannot bear any responsibility for the content, advertising, products, services or any other material available on or from these external sites or sources which are neither verified nor approved by our teams. We pledge to use our best efforts to provide up-to-date and accurate information. However, we cannot be held responsible for any errors, omissions or results that may be obtained from misuse of this information. We reserve the right to correct them, as soon as these errors are brought to our attention and, more generally, to modify, at any time, without prior notice, all or part of the Site as well as its conditions of use, without our liability being incurred as a result. The downloading of any material while using the service will be at your own risk. You will be solely responsible for any damage to your computer or loss of data that results from such downloading. More generally, OBJETS D'HISTOIRES shall in no event be liable for any direct and/or indirect damages resulting from the use of this Site.
It is technically impossible to provide the Site free of all defects and these defects may lead to the temporary unavailability of the Site; the functioning of the Site may be affected by events and/or elements that we do not control, such as, for example, means of transmission and communication between you and us and between us and other networks; we and/or our suppliers may, at any time, temporarily or permanently modify or interrupt all or part of the Site in order to carry out maintenance operations and/or to make improvements and/or changes to the Site. We will inform you, if possible, of each modification/interruption of the services available on the Site. We are not responsible for any modification, suspension or interruption of the Site.
SARL with a capital of 7 400 €.
Head office : 24 rue Lt Colonel Prévost 69006 Lyon - France.
SIRET : RCS Lyon 801 855 115
Code APE 6201Z
SARL with a capital of 100 000 €.
Head office : 7, place de la Gare - BP 70109 - 57201 Sarreguemines Cedex - France.
SIRET :RCS Sarreguemines B 431 303 775
Code APE 6201Z
Compliance with the Cookies Regulation and their settings
In application of the European directive known as the "telecom package you must be informed and give your consent prior to the insertion of cookies and tracers. In this context, you have the possibility to choose not to be traced when you visit a site or use an application.
Your prior consent to the insertion of cookies and tracers is valid for a maximum of 13 months. It is also specified that, in accordance with the applicable regulations, certain tracers are exempt from the collection of this consent.
A summary of the applicable rules is provided below, so that you can be fully informed and thus give free and informed consent.
What is a cookie or tracker?
The above-mentioned regulation concerns the tracers deposited and read, for example, when consulting a website, reading an e-mail, installing or using a software or a mobile application, regardless of the type of terminal used, such as a computer, a smartphone, a digital reader and a video game console connected to the Internet. In this respect, the term "cookie" covers a wide range of applications:
- HTTP cookies
- flash" cookies,
- the result of the fingerprint calculation in the case of "fingerprinting" (calculation of a unique identifier of the machine based on elements of its configuration for tracing purposes),
- invisible pixels or "web bugs",
- any other identifier generated by a software or an operating system, for example.
This is true whether or not the cookie collects personal data.
Cookies can serve many purposes. Regardless of the type of cookie, only the sender of the cookie can read or modify the information contained in it.
What is the legal framework?
With the adoption of Directive 2009/136/EC, the European legislator modified the previous legal framework (Article 5(3) of Directive 2002/58/EC) and established the principle of prior consent of the user before storing information on a user's equipment or accessing information already stored.
The only exceptions to this principle are if these actions are strictly necessary for the delivery of a service expressly requested by the subscriber or user.
The transposition of this directive 2009/136/EC into French law was done by the ordinance n° 2011-1012 of August 24, 2011, which modified article 32-II of the law called "Loi Informatique et Liberté" of January 6, 1978.
Which cookies require prior information and consent?
As a matter of principle, the cookies requiring prior information and consent may be, but are not limited to:
- cookies related to targeted advertising operations;
- certain audience measurement cookies (see exemptions below);
- social network cookies generated in particular by their sharing buttons when they collect personal data without your consent.
The law provides that certain tracking devices are exempt from the requirement to obtain your consent.
The case of cookies from audience measurement solutions (analytics)
To be exempt from the consent requirement, audience measurement cookies must meet the following conditions:
- You must be given information to oppose the processing (this opposition must be possible from any terminal);
- the collected data must not be cross-checked with other processing (customer files or statistics of frequentation of other sites for example);
- the tracer deposited must only be used to produce anonymous statistics and must not allow the tracking of navigation on different sites. It must not be kept beyond 13 months and must not be extended during new visits;
- raw traffic data with an associated identifier should not be kept for more than 13 months either;
- the use of the IP address to geolocalize you must not allow to determine your street: only the first two bytes of IPv4 addresses can be kept and possibly used for geolocalization (for IPv6 only the first 6 bytes can be kept).
Analytics solutions that do not comply with the above conditions must be subject to your prior consent.
THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF COOKIES ISSUED ON THE SITES
The cookies we set for essential purposes
These cookies are essential to the operation of the site. Without them, it would not be possible to access our content or services.
Cookies for audience measurement
These cookies allow us to know the number of users and to identify how they use the site. The information collected allows us to continuously improve your user experience.
The data selected in this way does not allow for the identification of a user, as the information is anonymous.
The cookies we set on our advertising spaces
Cookies are likely to be included in the advertising spaces of our sites. These advertising spaces display advertising content from advertisers on your terminal. These spaces contribute to the financing of the contents and services that we place at your disposal.
Social network cookies
When you click on the sharing buttons on our sites, cookies may be installed on your terminal. This is the case for Facebook TM, Twitter TM, Google +TM and YouTube TM.
Without even clicking on these buttons, social networks can track your browsing on our sites and collect data. We have no control over the information collected.
The information collected will influence the content of the advertising pages present on these social networks according to your interests.
It is possible to oppose the installation of such cookies but you will not be able to benefit from the features of the sharing buttons.
Here is the list of cookies used by social networks according to the publisher:
You can also manage the installation of some of these cookies from the YourOnlineChoices platform
How do you obtain your consent?
According to the law known as "Loi Informatique et Liberté", cookies and tracers requiring a collection of consent can not be deposited or read on your terminal of the user, until you have given your consent.
Consent is a manifestation of free, specific and informed will.
In this context, you have the choice to accept or refuse the deposit of cookies or tracers.
Your refusal of a cookie requiring your consent has no effect on your access to or use of the website accessible at: www.e-biscus.eu
Your choice must be made for each application and for each website, and your consent is required whenever a new purpose is added to the original purpose.
Steps of the collection of your consent, according to the recommendations of the CNIL :
STEP 1 : Your prior information
When you visit the website www.e-biscus.eu (homepage or subpage of the site), you are informed by the appearance of a pop-up banner:
- the specific purposes of the cookies used;
- the possibility to oppose these cookies and change the settings by clicking on a link in the banner;
- the fact that your continued browsing implies your consent to the deposit of cookies on your terminal.
As long as you have not continued your browsing, i.e., as long as you have not gone to another page of the website or clicked on an element of the website (such as an image, a link, a button, etc.), the above-mentioned banner does not disappear. This is to ensure that you are fully informed and that your consent is not ambiguous.
Except with your prior consent, the deposit and reading of cookies are not carried out:
- if you go to the website (home page or directly to another page of the site from a search engine for example) and do not continue your navigation (an absence of action cannot be considered as a manifestation of will);
- if you click on the link in the banner that allows you to set cookies and, if necessary, refuse the deposit of cookies.
Attention: the continuation of your navigation means that you agree to the deposit of cookies on your terminal.
STEP 2: "Learn more - Cookie settings" page
If you click on the link "Learn more - Cookie settings", you will be taken to this page, which allows you to set the parameters of cookies and tracers.
This page allows you to refuse the insertion of cookies and tracers.
To do this, we have put in place practical solutions, which are possible for all the tracking technologies we use (cookies, flash cookies, finger printing, plugins, certain images stored in the browser, memory spaces specific to different browsers, etc.).
These methods of exercising your choices are as follows:
- cookie setting mechanism directly available on the website or in the application;
- referral to the anti-tracking tools offered by audience measurement, advertising or social network solutions; provided that these solutions are user-friendly and operational on all terminals and browsers. No information relating to Internet users who have not consented or who have decided to exercise their right to object shall be collected;
- under certain conditions, the browser settings.
Each browser has a different configuration for managing cookies and your choices. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which will allow you to know how to modify your wishes regarding cookies.
- For Internet Explorer™
- For Safari™
- For Chrome™
- For Firefox™
- For Opera™
In addition, we have put in place, in order to collect your prior consent :
- a banner describing the purposes of the cookies used, asking you explicitly if you accept the deposit of cookies by families, while specifying the means available to you to withdraw your consent later (see below);
- an overlay of a consent area;
- boxes to be checked when registering for an online service allowing you to
- to accept the deposit of cookies by categories of purposes;
- buttons allowing to activate the functionalities of a depositing service
- cookies (e.g. social network plugins).
How long is your consent valid?
According to the principle of the right to be forgotten, the consent you have given must be forgotten.
Thus, the period of validity of the consent to the deposit of cookies and tracers is 13 months maximum, starting from their first deposit in your terminal following the expression of your consent.
At the end of this period, your consent will have to be obtained again.
In no case will the validity of your consent be extended by further visits to the website.
How to withdraw your consent
To make it as easy as possible for you to withdraw your consent at any time, we have implemented the following user-friendly solutions:
cookie parameterization mechanism directly available on the website or in the interprofessional platform application Youronlinechoices: You can connect to the Youronlinechoices website, proposed by digital advertising professionals grouped together within the European Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA) and managed in France by the Interactive Advertising Bureau France.
You will be able to find out which companies are registered with this platform and which offer you the possibility of refusing or accepting the cookies used by these companies to adapt the advertisements likely to be displayed on your terminal to your browsing information: http://www.youronlinechoices.com
This European platform is shared by hundreds of Internet advertising professionals and constitutes a centralized interface allowing you to express your refusal or acceptance of cookies that may be used to adapt the advertisements that may be displayed on your terminal to your browsing habits. Note that this procedure will not prevent the display of advertisements on the websites you visit. It will only block technologies that allow us to tailor ads to your interests.