Who are we ?
The website https://fondation.em-normandie.com/ is the property of :
Fondation EM Normandie
64, rue du Ranelagh, 75016 Paris
The EM Normandie Foundation uses computerised processing of the information you send it via its website to respond to your requests, keep you informed of its actions and manage the selection, appraisal and implementation process of projects.
The legal basis for the processing is the legitimate interest (see Article 6.1.f. of the General Data Protection Regulation).
This data is intended for the internal services of the EM Normandie Foundation, those of the Fondation de France as well as for mandated third parties. It is kept only for the time strictly necessary to achieve the aforementioned purposes.
The personal data collected by the EM Normandy Foundation is not transferred or sold. You will find below in this page the details of the use of personal data, and access to information to exercise your rights.
The personal data collected on our site are of two kinds:
- data from dialogue and reservation forms by email and/or telephone/fax,
- the navigation data of visitors. The personal data collected by the EM Normandie Foundation is not transferred or sold. You will find below in this page the details of the use of personal data, and access to information to exercise your rights.
We inform you that the secrecy of correspondence transmitted via the Internet is not guaranteed and that emails are kept on computer media for the time it takes the EM Normandy Foundation to provide a response.
Use of personal data collected
Data from the EM Normandy Foundation dialogue forms
Our forms collect the information strictly necessary for their immediate processing. This includes data entered by Internet users (identity, company, contact details, etc.) as well as additional data collected automatically when the form is sent (IP address, time and date of sending, sender’s operating system), which is useful from time to time, in the event of technical maintenance.
The personal data collected via these forms is processed by the EM Normandie Foundation in order to respond to the contact requests it receives. It may also be used by the EM Normandy Foundation to send information on its missions.
The legal basis for this processing is the legitimate interest (see article 6.1.f. of the General Data Protection Regulation).
Forms for reserving space with the Fondation de France
In order to send you your tax receipt and to appeal to your generosity, the EM Normandy Foundation under the aegis of the Fondation de France collects and processes the information you send it by computer. This data is intended for our internal services, those of the Fondation de France as well as for mandated third parties and is kept only for the time strictly necessary to achieve the aforementioned purposes. If you have any questions about your personal data transmitted in these forms, please contact the Fondation de France’s data protection officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visitor navigation data
Our site uses « cookies » in order to improve its ease of use and performance as well as its relevance to your expectations.
The EM Normandie Foundation may collect personal information from visitors (IP address or technical configuration, for example).
The legal basis for this processing is the consent of the visitors.
More information on this subject can be found in the chapter on Cookies and Third Party Services, below.
Recipients of the data collected
The EM Normandy Foundation only communicates the personal data it collects to authorised and determined recipients.
Access to personal data is thus limited to the internal services of the EM Normandy Foundation, those of the Fondation de France and to third parties mandated to carry out certain treatments. These third parties only act on the instructions of the EM Normandy Foundation and will only have access to the data necessary to perform their services. These third parties are also contractually bound by an obligation of confidentiality and security of your personal data as provided for by the legislation in force.
Cookies and Third Party Services
What is a cookie and what is it used for?
Absolutely necessary cookies allow you to move around the site and use its basic functions. They are generally only installed in response to actions on your part to access services, such as logging into a secure area of our site. These cookies are essential for the use of this site.
Functionality cookies are used to recognise you when you return to our site and allow us to provide you with enhanced and more personalised features, such as a named welcome and the storage of your preferences (e.g. your language choice or region). These cookies collect anonymous information and cannot track your movements on other sites.
Analytics and performance cookies allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors to our sites and to collect information about how the site is used (e.g. which pages are viewed most often by visitors, do users get error messages on some of our pages, etc.). This allows us to improve our operation, for example, by ensuring that users can easily find what they are looking for.
Links to other websites and social networks
Our platforms may occasionally contain links to the websites of our partners or third party companies. Please note that these websites have their own privacy policies and that we are not responsible for the use made by these websites of the information collected when you click on these links. We encourage you to read the privacy policies of these sites before submitting your personal data to them.
In addition, you have the option of clicking on the social network icons on our site or in our mobile application.
Social networks help improve the usability of our sites and help promote them through sharing.
When you use these buttons, we may have access to personal information that you have indicated as public and accessible from your profiles linked to these social networks. However, we do not create or use any database independent of these social networks from the personal information you may post on them, and we do not use any of your personal data in this way.
If you do not want us to have access to the personal information posted on the public area of your social profiles or accounts, then you should use the means provided by these social networks to limit access to your data.
Managing Cookies and Third Party Services
An option window allows you to accept or decline tracking cookies from third-party services we employ. If you refuse, some services (such as YouTube or social network extracts) may be inaccessible, making the content they broadcast on the site invisible.
Our management window requires the deposit of a cookie that stores your choices for a maximum of 12 months, in compliance with European regulations. At the end of this period, a message will ask you to specify your choices again.
You can also configure your browser to manage cookies systematically or according to the sender. The cookie settings are specific to the browser you are using. It is described in the help menu of your browser, where you can find out how to change your cookie preferences. If you refuse to accept cookies in your browser, you will no longer be able to take advantage of the features that cookies allow. For example, you will no longer be able to access private areas secured by a memorised password. You will have to re-enter your passwords each time you connect.
You will find below links to the instructions for the main browsers:
List of third party services used
Google Fonts – third party typographic display service
Youtube – third party video sharing service
Google Analytics – integrated audience measurement service
To disable Google Analytics on all sites you visit, you can download a browser add-on.
In accordance with the Data Protection Act and the RGPD, you have the following rights:
- Right of access (article 15 RGPD), rectification (article 16 RGPD) (read more) of your personal data
- Right to erase your personal data (Article 17 GDPR) (read more)
- Right to withdraw your consent at any time (Article 13-2c GDPR)
- Right to limit the processing of your data (Article 18 GDPR)
- Right to object to the processing of your data (Article 21 GDPR) (read more)
- Right to portability of the data you have provided to us, where your data is subject to automated processing based on your consent or on a contract (Article 20 GDPR)
You can also lodge a complaint with the supervisory authorities, in particular the CNIL.
To exercise your rights concerning your personal data
Please send us a letter with a photocopy of both sides of your identity card to the address below:
EM Normandie Foundation
64, rue du Ranelagh, 75016 Paris
Or an email to this address: Mina Colonna d'Istria
Duration of storage
The data collected is kept only for the time strictly necessary to achieve the above-mentioned purposes.
The EM Normandie Foundation complies with the RGPD and the Data Protection Act in terms of security and confidentiality of your data. We implement all technical and organisational measures to ensure the security of our processing and the confidentiality of your data.
In this respect, we take all the necessary precautions, with regard to the nature of your data and the risks presented by our processing, to preserve the security of your data and, in particular, to prevent it from being distorted, damaged or accessed by unauthorised third parties (physical protection of premises, authentication procedures for persons accessing the data with personal and secure access via confidential identifiers and passwords, secure https protocol, etc.)