Confidentiality policy

Confidentiality policy

Traiteur de Paris, concerned about the rights of individuals, particularly with regard to automated processing, and in a desire for transparency with its customers, has set up a policy covering all such processing, the purposes for which it is carried out and the means of action available to individuals so that they can best exercise their rights.

For any further information on the protection of personal data, please consult the site:
Continuing to browse this site implies unreserved acceptance of the following provisions and conditions of use. You agree to the use of cookies and other tracking devices. In case of refusal, please click on the “Refuse” button when opening the site in the horizontal banner at the bottom of your screen, as detailed in article 11 below.

The version of these terms of use currently online is the only one that is enforceable during the entire period of use of the site and until a new version replaces it.

Article 1 – Legal notice
1.1 Site (hereinafter “the site”) :
1.2 Publisher (hereinafter referred to as “the Publisher”) :
Traiteur de Paris
whose head office is located at : 4, rue de la Rigourdière – 35517 Cesson-Sévigné
represented by Mikaël Leport, in his capacity as Managing Director,
registered in the Rennes Trade and Companies Register,

Telephone number : 02 99 86 76 00,
e-mail address: contact[@]
1.3 Host (hereinafter referred to as the “Host”) : is hosted by OVH, whose registered office is located at 2, Rue Kellermann, 59100 Roubaix.
1.4 Data Protection Officer (DPO) :
A data protection officer : Mikaël Leport, is at your disposal for any question concerning the protection of your personal data.

Article 2 – Access to the site
Access to and use of the site are strictly for personal use. You agree not to use this site and the information or data contained therein for commercial, political, advertising or any form of commercial solicitation, including the sending of unsolicited e-mail.

Article 3 – Content of the site
All trademarks, photographs, texts, comments, illustrations, images (animated or not), video sequences, sounds, as well as all computer applications that could be used to operate this site and more generally all elements reproduced or used on the site are protected by the laws in force with regard to intellectual property. They are the full and complete property of the publisher or its partners. Any reproduction, representation, use or adaptation, in any form whatsoever, of all or part of these elements, including computer applications, without the prior written consent of the publisher, is strictly prohibited. The fact that the publisher does not initiate proceedings upon becoming aware of such unauthorised use does not constitute acceptance of such use and a waiver of proceedings.

Article 4 – Management of the site
For the proper management of the site, the publisher may at any time:
– suspend, interrupt or limit access to all or part of the site, or restrict access to the site, or to certain parts of the site, to a specific category of Internet users; – delete any information that may disrupt the operation of the site or contravene national or international laws, or the rules of netiquette; – suspend the site in order to carry out updates.

Article 5 – Responsibilities
The editor cannot be held responsible in the event of a failure, breakdown, difficulty or interruption in operation, preventing access to the site or to one of its functions.
You are solely responsible for the equipment you use to connect to the site. You must take all appropriate measures to protect your equipment and your own data, in particular from virus attacks via the Internet. You are also solely responsible for the sites and data you consult.
The publisher cannot be held responsible for any legal action taken against you:
– as a result of the use of the site or any service accessible via the Internet; – as a result of your failure to comply with these general conditions.
The publisher is not responsible for any damage caused to you, third parties and/or your equipment as a result of your connection to or use of the site and you waive any claim against the publisher for this.
If the publisher is the subject of amicable or legal proceedings as a result of your use of the site, it may take action against you to obtain compensation for all damages, sums, sentences and costs that may arise from these proceedings.

Article 6 – Hypertext links
The setting up by users of any hypertext links to all or part of the site is strictly forbidden, except with the prior written authorisation of the publisher. The publisher is free to refuse this permission without having to justify its decision in any way. If the publisher grants permission, it is in any case only temporary and may be withdrawn at any time, without any obligation on the part of the publisher to justify its decision. Any information accessible via a link to other sites is not under the control of the publisher who declines all responsibility for their content.

Article 7 – Collection and protection of data
Your data is collected by the company Traiteur de Paris.
Personal data means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (data subject); an identifiable person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to a name, an identification number or one or more factors specific to his or her physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity.
The personal information that may be collected on the site is mainly used by the publisher for the management of relations with you, and if necessary for the processing of your orders. They are recorded in the publisher’s customer file and the file thus created from personal data is declared to the CNIL.
The publisher’s registration number with the CNIL is as follows: under registration.
The personal data collected are the following:
– Name and surname – Email address – Telephone number (optional) – City of the event – IP address

Article 8 – Right of access, rectification and removal of your data
In application of the regulations applicable to personal data, users have the following rights:
– The right of access: they can exercise their right of access, to know the personal data concerning them, by filling in the form at this address: In this case, before implementing this right, the Platform may request proof of the user’s identity in order to verify its accuracy.
– The right of rectification: if the personal data held by the Platform is inaccurate, they may request that the information be updated.
– The right of deletion of data: users may request the deletion of their personal data, in accordance with applicable data protection laws.
– The right to restrict processing: users may request the Platform to restrict the processing of personal data in accordance with the assumptions set out in the GDPR.
– The right to object to the processing of data: users may object to their data being processed in accordance with the assumptions set out in the RGPD.
– The right to portability: they can demand that the Platform gives them the personal data they have provided to it in order to transmit it to a new Platform.
You can exercise this right by contacting us at the following address: Or by email to: contact[@]
All requests must be accompanied by a photocopy of a valid, signed identity document and must state the address at which the publisher can contact the applicant. The reply will be sent within one month of receipt of the application. This one-month period may be extended by two months if the complexity of the application and/or the number of applications so requires.
In addition, and since the law n°2016-1321 of 7 October 2016, people who so wish, have the possibility to organise the fate of their data after their death. For more information on the subject, you can consult the CNIL website:
Users can also file a complaint with the CNIL on the CNIL website:
We recommend that you contact us first, as we will be happy to help you solve your problem.

Article 9 – Use of data
The personal data collected from users is intended to provide and improve the Platform’s services and to maintain a secure environment. The legal basis for the processing is the execution of the contract between the user and the Platform. More specifically, the uses are as follows:
– access and use of the Platform by the user; – management of the operation and optimisation of the Platform; – implementation of a matching service for the user; – verification, identification and authentication of the data transmitted by the user; – prevention and detection of fraud, malicious software and management of security incidents; – management of any disputes with users; – sending of commercial information, according to the user’s preferences;

Article 10 – Data retention policy
The Platform retains your data for the time necessary to provide you with its services.
To the extent reasonably necessary or required to meet legal or regulatory obligations, resolve disputes, prevent fraud and abuse, or enforce our terms and conditions, we may also retain some of your information if necessary.

Article 11- Sharing of personal data with third parties
Personal data may be shared with third party companies exclusively in the European Union, in the following cases:
– when the Platform uses the needs of service providers to provide a service to the user and payment services. These service providers have limited access to the user’s data, in the context of the performance of these services, and are contractually obliged to use it in accordance with the provisions of the applicable regulations on the protection of personal data; – if required by law, the Platform may carry out the transmission of data in order to follow up on claims made against the Platform and to comply with administrative and legal proceedings;

Article 10 – Commercial offers
You may receive commercial offers from the publisher. If you do not wish to do so, please click on the following link: Your data may be used by the publisher’s partners for commercial prospecting purposes. If you do not wish to do so, please click on the following link: If, when consulting the site, you access personal data, you must refrain from any collection, any unauthorised use and any act that may constitute an infringement of the private life or reputation of individuals The publisher accepts no responsibility in this respect. The data is kept and used for a period of time shorter than the legislation in force, i.e. 364 days.

Article 11 – Cookies
What is a “cookie”?
A “cookie” or tracer is an electronic file deposited on a terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) and read, for example, when consulting a website, reading an e-mail, installing or using software or a mobile application, regardless of the type of terminal used (source: ).
When browsing this site, “cookies” from the company responsible for the site concerned and/or third-party companies may be deposited on your terminal.
The first time you browse this site, a banner explaining the use of cookies will appear. Consequently, by continuing to browse, the client and/or prospect will be deemed to have been informed of and to have accepted the use of said “cookies”. The consent given will be valid for a period of thirteen (13) months. The user has the possibility to deactivate the cookies from the settings of his browser.
Any information collected will be used only to monitor the volume, type and pattern of traffic using this site, to develop the design and layout of the site and for other administrative and planning purposes and generally to improve the service we offer you. The following cookies are present on this site: Google Analytics Their purpose is as follows: Statistics Their lifespan is thirteen months.
For more information on the use, management and deletion of “cookies”, for all types of browsers, please consult the following link:

Article 12 – Applicable law
These conditions of use of the site are governed by French law and are subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of the registered office of the publisher, subject to a specific attribution of jurisdiction arising from a particular legal or regulatory text.

Article 13 – Cookies and privacy

Cookies strictly necessary to use the requested service. They allow the use of the main features of the site, such as memorising your terminal’s display preferences (language, display settings) and taking them into account during your visits, according to the graphic charter and the display or reading software of your terminal. They may include cookies from social networks when you interact with them. They also allow us to link the various pages consulted to ensure a smooth navigation.
To set up:
You can disable cookies completely in your browser. In this case our site will no longer function normally but you will still be able to perform basic actions.
1/ If you are using Internet Explorer – In Internet Explorer, click on the “Tools” button, then on “Internet Options”.
– Under the Privacy tab move the slider up to block all cookies or down to allow all cookies, then click OK.
2/ if you are using the Firefox browser – Go to the “Tools” menu of the browser then select the “Options” menu – Click on the “privacy” tab, uncheck the “Accept cookies” box then click on OK.
3/ If you are using the Safari browser – In your browser, choose the “Edit” menu and then select “Preferences”.
– Click on “Privacy”.
– Set the “Block Cookies” setting to “Always” and click OK.
4/ If you use the Google Chrome browser – Click on the Chrome menu in the browser toolbar.
– Select “Settings”.
– Click on “Show advanced settings”.
– In the “Privacy” section, click on the “Content settings” button.
– In the ‘Cookies’ section, select ‘Prohibit all sites from storing data’ and check the ‘Block cookies and third-party data’ box, then click OK.
Cookies for audience measurement and statistics.
They allow us to keep the site alive and to establish statistics and counts of the number of visits and use of its sections and content, in order to carry out studies to improve the content (measurement of the number of visits, pages viewed or the activity of visitors on the site and their frequency of return). They also enable us to analyse the browsing habits of Internet users in order to improve our service or to detect malfunctions.
To set up:
You can disable the Google Analytics cookies by clicking here.
Advertising cookies and cookies that allow you to receive personalised advertising and content from us. We offer you personalized advertising and content based on your browsing history, using cookies stored on your terminal when you browse our pages to send you personalized advertising and content on our site, tailored to your needs:

to the centres of interest which result from the navigation data of your terminal among the sections of our site, without us having any personal data allowing us to identify you or contact you directly; to the personal data that you have entrusted to us and which are associated with a cookie, as well as to the centres of interest which result from the navigation data of your terminal among the sections of our site.
To set up :
You can oppose the use of your navigation data by by clicking here.
The CNIL also offers a wide range of tools on its website at to limit the traceability of your Internet browsing: extensions for your browser to block tracers, sharing buttons on social networks, loading resources from other sites, etc. Advertising cookies from partner companies.
They may be placed on your terminal in order to identify your centres of interest through the products consulted on our site and to collect navigation data in order to personalise the advertising offer addressed to you on and off our sites.
To set up :
You can object to the use of your browsing data by the following partner:
Google: You can also opt out of all third-party cookies from your browser:
1/ If you are using Internet Explorer – In Internet Explorer, click on the “Tools” button, then on “Internet Options”.
– On the Privacy tab, under Cookies, enable the Block all third-party cookies option and click OK.
2/ if you use the Firefox browser – Go to the “Tools” menu of the browser and select “Options” – Click on the “Privacy” tab, change the “Accept third party cookies” setting to “Never”, then click OK.
3/ If you are using the Safari browser – In your browser, choose the “Edit” menu and then select “Preferences”.
– Click on “Privacy”.
– Set the “Block Cookies” setting to “Third Parties and Advertisers” and click OK.
4/ If you use the Google Chrome browser – Click on the Chrome menu in the browser toolbar.
– Select “Settings”.
– Click on “Show advanced settings”.
– In the “Privacy” section, click on the “Content settings” button.
– In the ‘Cookies’ section, check the ‘Block cookies and third-party data’ box and click OK.

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