Last updated: 15 / 06 / 2020
The International College of Cannes is committed to preserving the confidentiality of information which is entrusted online. The protection of your personal data is one of our priorities.
Our personal data protection policy describes the way in which the Collège International de Cannes processes the personal data of visitors and users (hereinafter “Users”) when they browse our website. www.french-in-cannes.fr (hereinafter “French-in-Cannes”).
What personal data do we collect and for what purpose?
When you browse the French-in-Cannes site, we do not collect or process any personal data concerning you such as: surname and first name, personal address, telephone number or e-mail ...
On the other hand, if you use our contact form and / or our registration form, you provide personal information. The data you provide are personal data that you agree to communicate to the Collège International de Cannes. These data are processed by the Collège International de Cannes in accordance with this Charter for the processing of personal data, that is to say in particular according to secure protocols and allow the Collège International de Cannes to manage the requests received (requests for information, quote request, contact request, registration request, etc.) using the contact form or directly when you use the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
For security reasons and to avoid spam, we also record the originating IP.
Also, when you consult French-in-Cannes pages, our 1 & 1 host and the Collège International de Cannes collect information such as IP, connection time and type of pages viewed for security purposes only.
In addition, French-in-Cannes articles may include integrated content (for example videos and images via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or even YouTube). Content embedded from other sites behaves the same as if the visitor were to that other site.
When you leave a comment on French-in-Cannes, the data entered in the comment form, but also your IP address and the user agent of your browser are collected to help us detect unwanted comments. An anonymized channel created from your email address (also known as a hash) can be sent to the Gravatar service to check if you are using the service. The confidentiality clauses of the Gravatar service are available here: https://automattic.com/privacy/. After validation of your comment, your profile picture will be visible publicly next to your comment.
The Collège International de Cannes does not store or keep any bank details on its server.
How are your personal data used?
The personal data collected directly from you or automatically may include the following data as well as any other type of information that the Collège International de Cannes may request from you on a case-by-case basis in specific situations, which in any event will be limited to: personal data strictly necessary for the performance of the task:
- Data such as your name, first name, e-mail address, postal address, telephone and fax numbers, gender, nationality, date and place of birth, contact details of a person to be notified in an emergency.
The Collège International de Cannes may collect personal data from you in the course of its activities, including when you use the site, when you contact the Collège International de Cannes or when the Collège International de Cannes requests information from you. when you choose our training courses or because of the relationship you may have with one or more members of our team.
For what processing are your personal data used?
- Verify your identity;
- Provide our services / training;
- Improve, develop and market new services / training;
- Respond to requests that you send to us on the site or as part of our services / training;
- Investigate or resolve petitions or disputes;
- Execute the contracts that bind us to you;
- Preserve our rights, property or safety or that of third parties, including those of our other students and users of the site or our services / training; and
- Meet any other obligation required by the
Who receives your personal data?
The following persons and / or entities may, within the limits of their powers, receive from us some of your personal data or have access to your personal data:
- the heads of the marketing department, the sales department, the departments responsible for registration, teaching, reception, hosting, and prospecting, administrative services, logistics and IT services;
- the services responsible for control, the services responsible for internal control procedures, etc;
- our service providers (host) who help run the site, as well as certain people present within the College and who need access to certain personal data in order to carry out their activity / mission for the College, such as: receptionists at the reception of the College and those in charge of catering (when necessary), and some of our external teachers as part of the courses they provide at the College, as well as the host families that host you. We require our service providers to only use the information we provide to them in connection with the services they perform for us when we are required or authorized by the
How long are your data kept?
Your personal data is used (i) during the registration process, and during your training and stay at the establishment, in the communications that the Collège International de Cannes will send you, as well as in all commercial documentation, quotes, invoices , confirmation e-mail acknowledging receipt of your registration, and in your file within the establishment for a period of five (5) years after the end of your training.
What are your rights?
In accordance with the regulations in force on May 25, 2018, Users of our website have the following rights:
- Right of rectification;
- Right of deletion;
- Right to limit the processing of User data;
- Right to object to data processing
For more information or to exercise your data protection rights on the processing of personal data managed by the Collège International de Cannes, you can contact us at email@example.com .
Cookies are used on this website.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files sent to the Internet browser you use by the website you visit. They have many different purposes, but mainly the role of cookies is to facilitate your navigation on a website by remembering for example your user preferences, or in order to improve the user experience. These cookies can then be stored on your computer to identify your computer.
The cookies used on this website may be set either by our website or by a third party site. In addition, these cookies can be session or persistent: a session cookie is a cookie that is automatically deleted when the user closes the browser, while a persistent cookie remains stored on the user's computer until its expiration date. The cookies used on the Collège International de Cannes website have a maximum lifespan of 13 months.
A. Types of cookies
We use certain types of cookies on this website, described below.
Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are essential in order to be able to browse our website and fully benefit from its features such as access to certain secure Internet pages. Without these cookies, certain services that you request cannot be provided to you.
Strictly necessary cookies used on the Collège International de Cannes are as follows :
o Registered visitors cookies
These cookies allow a website to save your settings choices for that same site in order to provide you with improved and more personal features. For example, a functional cookie might take into account the geographic area in which you are currently located in order to provide you with local information. These cookies can also be used to remember changes you have made to the text size, font and other parts of web pages you have personalized. They can also be used to provide you with certain services you have requested such as watching a video or commenting on a blog. These cookies cannot
track your browsing activity on other websites and do not collect any information about you that could be used for advertising purposes.
The functional cookies used on the Collège International de Cannes website are The following :
- Functional cookies of registered visitors
- Plug-in social content sharing cookie
These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our website, such as which pages are visited most or when error messages appear on certain pages. All information collected through these cookies is anonymized, and collected for the sole purpose of developing and tracking traffic trends on our website in order to improve the way it operates. This information is used exclusively by the Collège International de Cannes and is not shared with third parties or connected to any other information.
Performance cookies used on the Collège International de Cannes website are the following :
- Cookies from unregistered visitors
- Analytical cookies
We may use Personal Data collected by our cookies to analyze the behavior of users of our website and thus provide more personal content and offers.
The performance cookies used on this site do not collect Personal Data.
Other cookies may collect Personal Data (including information from cookies placed by our advertising links on third party sites):
- If a user is a registered user;
- If we send you a targeted email that includes web beacons, cookies or similar technologies, we will know if you open, read or delete that message;
- If you click on an advertising link contained in an email we sent you, a cookie will also be used to identify the pages you visit and the content you download from our website, even if you are not registered or connected to it.
Here is a list of the main cookies we use on our website:
- Registered visitor cookie:
Cookie given to each registered visitor.
- Registered visitor functional cookie:
Cookie used to remember the unique identifier assigned to each registered user.
- Social content sharing cookie:
Cookies set by services such as Facebook Connect or Twitter Button, which allow users of social networks to share the content of our sites on social networks.
- Unregistered visitor cookie:
Cookie used to assign unregistered visitors a unique identifier in order to recognize them and analyze how they use the site.
- Analytical cookie:
Cookie used to store the URL address of the Internet pages previously visited, thus making it possible to follow the navigation of visitors coming from outside as well as from inside our site.
- Google Analytics: Cookies placed by Google Analytics are only used for analytical purposes and do not allow individual tracking of users. For more information on how Google Analytics collects and uses this data and the rights related to the use of these cookies, please consult their Personal Data Protection charter. If, however, you do not want Google Analytics to collect Personal Data from you, you can download and install the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.
C. Other tracking technologies
The Collège International de Cannes also uses technologies substantially similar to cookies such as Internet beacons or any other technology that may appear in advertising emails or newsletters to determine whether these messages have been viewed or whether you have clicked on the links. that they contain. Internet beacons do not deposit any data on your computer, but can be used in parallel with cookies to analyze the browsing activity of the site.
D. Do-not-track signals
Some Internet browsers may transmit "do-not-track" tracking signals to sites with which the browser communicates. As of the Date of entry into force of our Personal Data Protection Charter, there are still no uniform rules on how to respond to these tracking signals. Therefore our website does not yet allow to respond to this device, but the International College of Cannes will upgrade its way of responding to these tracking signals once a standard is established. However, you can express your data protection preferences regarding the use of most cookies through the settings of your Internet browser.
If you do not wish to receive cookies from our website, you can configure your browser to refuse them or to notify you when you receive one, asking you whether or not you accept the placement of a cookie. such cookie. You can also configure your browser to disable cookies. To understand how, please consult the "Tools" tab of your browser, or any other similar denomination.
However, we recommend that you do not deactivate our cookies. Keep in mind that if you block, turn off, or reject our cookies, some pages of our website may no longer be displayed correctly or you will no longer be able to use certain services that require you to log in..
How to refuse / delete cookies?
The deactivation / activation of cookies is done through your Internet browser. We explain below how to manage cookies on your computer through the main internet browsers. For more information on how to manage cookies on your tablet and / or mobile, please consult your documentation or online help files.
From the Settings menu, select “Show advanced settings” at the bottom of the page. Click on the “Content Settings” button in the Privacy section. The section at the top of the page that then appears tells you more about cookies and allows you to install the cookies you want. It also allows you to delete currently stored cookies.
From the Tools menu, select "options." Select the Privacy tab in the Options window. From the drop-down menu, choose “Use custom settings for history”. This will bring up the options for cookies and you can choose to allow or reject them by checking the appropriate box.
From the Tools menu, select “Internet Options”. Click on the Privacy tab. You will see privacy settings with six options, which allow you to control the number of cookies that will be saved: Block All Cookies, High, Medium High, Medium (default level), Low, and Accept All Cookies.
From the drop-down menu, select the “preferences” option. Open the Security tab. Select the option you want in the “accept cookies” section.
All other browsers:
For more information on how to manage cookies through other browsers, please consult your documentation or online help files.
More information on cookies
Additional information is available on the website of the CNIL.