Agence d’Attractivité Mulhouse Sud Alsace
9 rue Konrad Adenauer
Publication director: Michel Miclo
Webmaster: Bénédicte Wirth
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Privacy – Personal data
The data collected is processed for information or communication purposes by the Mulhouse Sud Alsace Attractiveness Agency.
The user is informed that the site’s publisher, as the person in charge of processing, implements personal data processing relating to the user’s data and having as main purposes:
- access to the site and the benefit of the content and features offered therein;
- processing, management and monitoring of contact and information requests, and responses to them;
- the management of the site editor’s relations with the users of the site, and with its contacts (customers / prospects) in a general way, including communication and marketing operations (in particular segmentation, targeting, prospecting, newsletter)
- the realization and elaboration of studies, analyses, reporting and statistics ;
- the management of any requests from users to exercise their rights in terms of personal data protection;
- the compliance with legal and regulatory obligations resulting in particular from the activity of the site publisher.
The aforementioned purposes pursued by the site publisher result mainly from the latter’s legitimate interest in monitoring, managing and organizing its relations with the site’s users, and with its contacts (customers / prospects) in general, and in implementing communication operations in the context of its activity and its development, particularly economic. The collection and processing of users’ personal data is also essential to take into account and respond to requests expressed by the latter (cf. request for contact or information, …).
The data collected in this context may be data relating to the identity of the user and his or her contact details.
The user is informed on each form collecting personal data, of the mandatory nature of the fields to be completed by the presence of an asterisk (any other fields appearing in these forms being optional). Failure to provide information of a mandatory nature may result in the request related to this data collection not being processed or its processing being delayed.
Unless otherwise specified, agreed to by the user, or necessary to archive the data during the legal limitation periods and/or mandatory retention periods, user data will be retained for a maximum of three years from the last contact between the user and the site editor.
The user has the right to query, access, rectify, delete and port his or her data, as well as the right to obtain the limitation of their processing and the right to object to the processing of his or her data, as well as to prospecting. He or she also has the right to define general and specific directives concerning the fate of his or her personal data and the manner in which he or she wishes his or her rights to be exercised, if applicable, after his or her death. In this respect, in the event of the death of the user which would be brought to the attention of the site editor, his data will be deleted, except for the necessity of conservation for a determined period of time for reasons relating to the legal and regulatory obligations of the site editor and/or the legal prescription periods (the user can also choose that before their deletion his data be communicated to a third party that he designates). Certain purposes of treatment can be subjected to your preliminary consent. In this case, you naturally have the right to withdraw your consent at any time (without this affecting the lawfulness of the processing previously carried out by us on this basis).
These rights can be exercised with the Mulhouse Sud Alsace Attractiveness Agency by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by post (Mulhouse Sud Alsace Attractiveness Agency – 1 avenue Robert Schuman – 68100 Mulhouse).
The user finally also has the possibility of lodging a complaint with the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL) if he or she believes that the processing of his or her personal data by the site editor is not carried out in accordance with the applicable provisions.
The Agence d’Attractivité Mulhouse Sud Alsace cannot be held responsible for any inconvenience or damage inherent to the use of the Internet network, in particular a break in service, external intrusion or the presence of computer viruses, or any event qualified as force majeure, in accordance with case law.
Although great care has been taken in the creation of this site, the Mulhouse Sud Alsace Attractiveness Agency cannot be held responsible for any errors that may be found.
The Mulhouse Sud Alsace Attractiveness Agency does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the information published on the site. The Mulhouse Sud Alsace Attractiveness Agency cannot therefore be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage suffered by users or by third parties that may find their source in the information disseminated on the site, and more generally, in the consultation and use of the Site. The rates are given as an indication.
The Mulhouse Sud Alsace Attractiveness Agency cannot under these conditions be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage suffered by Users or third parties that would find their source in the information disseminated on the Site, relative to the stay offers, as well as in the commercial relationship. Eventually, the Agency may be liable to the service providers in charge of marketing these offers. The Mulhouse Sud Alsace Attractiveness Agency also does not monitor any sites linked to the Site via hypertext links, and declines all responsibility related to these sites and the content found there.
Cookies are files of limited size, generally consisting of letters and numbers (alphanumeric format), deposited by a web server in a user’s browser to send status information to said browser and likewise obtain such information in return from the browser. The status information can be, for example, a session ID, language, expiration date, response domain, etc.
There are different types of cookies:
- session cookies that disappear as soon as the user leaves the browser or site;
- permanent cookies that remain until their lifetime or validity expires, or until the user deletes them using the browser’s features, for example.
Cookies make it possible to retain, during their lifetime or validity, status information when a browser accesses the various pages of a website or when that browser later returns to that website.
Details of the cookies used and their purposes
Internal cookies necessary for the site to function
These cookies only enable the site to function optimally. The user may object to them and delete them by using the settings of his browser (see below). However, in this case, the user experience may be degraded.
Visit statistics cookies
The purpose of these cookies is to carry out visit statistics: tests, measurements and analysis of audience, attendance, navigation, performance. They are intended to allow the site editor to adapt the site to users’ requests and browsing preferences.
Their operation is based on an identification of “unique visitors” which then allows to measure the number of visits, the number of visitors, the number of page viewed, the duration and the path of navigation, the activity and interactivity of the visitor with the site, the frequency of visits (site or pages of the site), the performance of various pages of the site,…
All elements of the site www.tourisme-mulhouse.com, including downloadable documents, are protected by copyright, trademarks or patents. They are the exclusive property of the Mulhouse Sud Alsace Attractiveness Agency. Consequently, you may not, under any circumstances and in any way, reproduce, represent, distribute, modify, concede all or part of any of the elements reproduced on the site and all or part of the site without the prior and express agreement of the Mulhouse Sud Alsace Attractiveness Agency.
These conditions apply throughout the duration of the services offered by the Mulhouse Sud Alsace Attractiveness Agency on the site www.tourisme-mulhouse.com.
Applicable law and jurisdiction
These conditions are subject to French law. The attribution of jurisdiction in case of dispute, and in the absence of amicable agreement between the parties, is given to the competent French courts.