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What is a cookie?
Why are we using them?
Web beacons and other technologies
Accepting or refusing cookies
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file downloaded, subject to your privacy preferences, on your computer when you access a site, enter a search or click on an advertisement. It has the aim of gathering information concerning your navigation, to subsequently tailor services specific to your device.
Cookies are managed by your browser, and only the transmitter of the cookie may read or adapt the information that they contain.
Why are we using them?
The cookies we use on our site allow us to identify the services and sections that the user has accessed, and, more generally, their habits when visiting. This data is useful in the personalisation of services, content, promotional offers and banners that appear on our site and facilitate your navigation.
Cookies are also necessary for the efficiency of certain services, and to measure their audience.
Cookies may also be included in the advertising spaces on our site. These spaces contribute to the financing of content and services that we make available to you.
When you access our site, we may, subject to your preferences, install various cookies in your device which allow us to recognise the browser for the duration of validity of the cookie concerned.
The cookies we deploy are used with the highly specific aims outlined below, subject to your preferences, which set the parameters of your browser software when you access our site.
The cookies we deploy allow us to:
Facilitate your navigation of our site
– By adapting the presentation of our site according to the display preferences of your device (language, resolution, operating system, etc) at the point of access, according to the materials, visualization and reading software stored in your device
– By memorising data collected in your completion of the form when creating a TeamRH account, or in relation to products, services or information that you have selected when navigating our site (subscription service, accessed content, purchases made, etc…)
– By allowing you to access private and personal spaces on our site, such as your account, through the usernames or information that you may have previously given in carrying out our security measures
Improving our services
– These cookies allow us to establish statistics, record the number of visits, and record how various elements of our site are used (lists, most popular pages, user pathways), in order to improve the quality and effectiveness of our services.
– Recording the total number of advertisements, selected by TeamRH, that are displayed in our advertising space, the identification of these advertisements, the number of users who have clicked on each one, and establishing statistics from this.
– Adapting our advertising spaces to the display preferences of your device (language, display resolution, operating system, etc…), according to materials and visualisation and reading software set by your device.
– Adapting advertising content displayed on your device in our advertising spaces, according to your navigation of our site.
– Adapting, when necessary, advertising content displayed by your device in the advertising spaces, according to localisation data transmitted by your device, with your prior agreement.
– Adapting advertising content displayed on your device in our advertising spaces according to personal data that you have already given.
Third Party Cookies
These are cookies deposited in your device by external, third-parties (partners, for example), when you navigate, or click on, the advertising spaces on our site.
When working in partnerships, we take care that third parties strictly adhere to the updated Act n°78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Information Technology and Individual Liberties, and are engaged in putting into practice appropriate security and data protection measures.
Below, we inform you of the purposes of the cookies we use, and the options that you have in their use.
Concerning Third Party Applications integrated in our site
On our site, we may include digital applications from third parties, which allow you to share content on our site with others, or make others aware of your use and opinion of our site. This takes place through the ‘Share’ and ‘Like’ buttons, similar to those found on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Viadeo, etc.
A social network providing an interactive button may identify you through this, even if you have never used this button when using our site. In fact, this type of button allows the social network in question to follow your navigation of our site, from the fact that your social network account was active on your device (open session) during your navigation of our site.
We do not have any control over the methods used by social networks to gather information relating to your navigation of our site, or their use of your personal details. We advise you to consult the privacy policies of these social networks, in order to be aware of how and why they use your data, particularly in relation to advertising, and the browsing information that they can collect through the interactive buttons. Privacy policies allow you to choose how to tailor your accounts on each platform.
Third Party content in advertising space
Advertising content may contain cookies traceable to third parties, whether from the advertiser, or from a third party of the advertiser ( a communications consultancy, an audience measurement company, a provider of targeted advertising, etc), who have inserted a cookie in the advertiser’s content.
Where necessary, cookies emitted by these third parties may allow them, during the cookies’ period of validity, to:
– Record the number of displays transmitted through our advertising space, identify the advertising consequently displayed, the number of users who have clicked on each advertisement, which allows them to calculate the amounts owed to the third parties.
– Recognise your device when it accesses any other site or service in which these advertisers or third parties place cookies, and, were necessary, adapt these sites and third party services or their advertising, according to your device’s navigation of these sites, of which they may be aware.
Our management of advertising: Commercialisation of our site’s advertising space and possible outsourcing
The advertising spaces on our site are used by our advertising management, who place cookies there. Where necessary, the cookies placed by our advertising management allow, for the duration of validity of these cookies, to:
Record the total number of advertisements displayed, placed there by us, in our advertising space, their number of respective displays, the number of users who have clicked on each advertisement, and, where necessary, users’ future visits to other sites by users, to the pages to which these advertisements have directed them, in order to calculate the amounts owed to the participants in the advertisement chain (advertiser, communications agency, advertising management, site of transmission), and to establish statistics on this
Adapt advertising spaces operated by the advertising management to the display preferences of your device (language, display resolution, operating system, etc) according to the materials, visualisation or reading software in your device.
Adapt advertising content displayed on your device through our advertising spaces according to your device’s navigation of our site
Adapt advertising content displayed on your device through our advertising space according to previous, or future, browsing on third party sites in which our advertising management also transits cookies, on the condition that these cookies have been saved in your device according to the preferences that you have outlined in respect to our advertising management
Adapt advertising content displayed on your device through our advertising spaces according to location data (longitude and latitude) transmitted by our device, subject to your prior agreement
Adapt advertising content displayed on your device in our advertising spaces according to the personal details with which you may have provided our adverting management.
Web beacons and other technologies
We may use standard web technologies, such as web beacons or similar technologies, to monitor your use of our sites and applications. Web beacons (sometimes called transparent GIFs, clear GIFs, or web bugs) are small lines of coding which allow us to display a small graphic image (usually invisible) on a website or in an email. Web beacons can recognise cetain types of information on your computer such as cookies, the time and date of your visit to the page, and a description of the page where the beacon has been placed.
We use web beacons in order to improve your experience on our sites and applications, which includes offering you personalised content according to your interests, and seeing if users read emails, and click on the links contained in these messages so that we can distribute relevant offers and content.
Our sites and applications may include web beacons from third parties. These beacons allow providers to gather certain information concerning your browser type, and the webpage that you have visited before arriving at our site. These third party providers use your information for auditing, reporting, and search processes, for declaring information on our sites and applications, and on the advertisements viewed on our sites and applications.
We do not share your personal details (your phone number or email address, for example), with third parties when they use web beacons.
Acceptance or refusal of cookies
You can, at any point, choose to deactivate these cookies. Your browser may equally be tailored to notify you that cookies have been placed in your device, and ask you whether you accept them or not.
Cookie configuration, and the options this entails, differs from user to user. The configuration is described in the ‘Help’ menu of your browser, which will inform you how to modify cookies according to your preferences.
Options via your browser
The downloading of a cookie in a device is essentially subject to the wishes of the device’s user, who may, freely and at any point, express and alter the cookies trough their browsing software. If you have accepted the downloading of cookies in your device, the cookies integrated in the pages and content that you have consulted may be stored temporarily in a designated space in your device. Only the transmitter will be able to access this information.
If you refuse to download cookies in your device, you will no longer be able to benefit from some of the features which are otherwise necessary in the navigation of certain spaces on the TeamRH site. Such would be the case if you tried to access our content or services which require your identification. This would also be the case when we, or our partners, cannot recognisethe type of browser that your device uses, its language, display, settings, or the country from which your device seems to be connecting to the Internet, for technical accounting purposes.
Where necessary, teamrh.com takes no responsibility for the consequences linked to the damaged operating modes of our services resulting from the impossibility for TeamRH to download or consult the cookies necessary to the functioning of the site that you have refused or deleted.
How to make your choices, according to the browser that you’re using?
Every browser has a different configuration for the management of cookies and your options. It is described in your browser’s help menu, which will allow you to know how to modify your cookie preferences.
- For Microsoft Internet Explorer, clic here
- For Google Chrome, clic here
- For Safari, clic here
- For Firefox, clic here
- For Opéra, clic here
Cookies on Flash and Adobe Flash Player
Adobe Flash Player is an information application that allows for the rapid development of dynamic content using the digital ‘Flash’ programming. Flash, and similar applications, memorise settings, preferences, and usage of this content through technologies similar to cookies. However, Adobe Flash Player manages this data and your choices through a different interface to that developed by your navigation software.
To the extent that your device may visualise content developed with Flash programming, we invite you to directly access your Flash management tools through their website: http://adobe.com/fr.
‘Do Not Track’
You can also adjust your browser settings so that it sends a code to websites which indicates that you do not wish to be followed (option ‘Do Not Track’)
For Microsoft Internet Explorer, click here
- For Internet Explorer, clic here
- For Safari, clic here
- For Chrome, clic here
- For Firefox, clic here
- For Opera, clic here
Making your choices online
At any time, the user may choose to express and modify their cookie preferences.
Your choices directly expressed to us online
If you do not wish our advertising spaces to download cookies in your device for advertising purposes, you can click on this deactivation link, which will download a cookie in your terminal that will have the sole purpose of deactivating the adaptation services in the advertising spaces that we operate. Note that this procedure will not prevent advertising being displayed on your device. It will only block the technologies which allow for the advertising to be adapted to your browsing and interests. Be mindful that carrying out your wishes relies on a cookie. If you delete all the cookies downloaded on your device (via your browser), we – or our partners – will no longer know that you have chosen this option.
Your choices expressed online through professional platforms
You can access Youronlinechoices, proposed by digital advertising professionals under the European association EDAA (European Digital Advertising Alliance), managed in France by the Interactive Advertising Bureau France. You will then be able to recognise the businesses subscribed to this platform and which offer you the possibility to refuse or accept the cookies used by these businesses to adapt your browsing details to the advertisements that may be displayed on your device: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/fr/controler-ses-cookies/
This European platform is shared by hundreds of Internet advertising professionals and constitutes an interface centred on allowing you to express your refusal or acceptance of the cookies which may be used in order to adapt the advertising that is most likely to be displayed to your device. Note that this procedure will not prevent the displaying of advertisements on the sites that you visit. It will only block the technologies that allow for advertisements to be adapted to your interests.
The cookies on the TeamRH website may be categorised into the following groups:
This is the highest level of deactivation. It only allows for the presence of cookies which are essential to the site’s functioning and allow for its optimisation.
Social and Web analytics
Social cookies allow for the interaction between the social elements of the site.
This level of deactivation concerns only the advertisements allowing for the targeting of advertising, a posteriori. Their deactivation prevents the display of advertising on the site and will display blank sidebars in its place, and will also prevent any self-promoting from the site’s creator.
Targeted or behavioural cookies
This level of deactivation keeps the cookies known for targeted advertising, or ‘retargeting’ cookies. The latter allow for the better targeting of advertisements which are proposed to you on the internet.
How do I deactivate the above cookies online?
These cookies cannot be deactivated, since this would prevent the correct functioning of the site.
Social and Web analytics
This intermediary level of deactivation keeps social and web analytics cookies.
For the traffic measures known as ‘Web analytics’, TeamRH uses Google Analytics. To block Google Analytics use of data:
TeamRH uses sharing buttons on Facebook and Twitter in particular:
To manage our data on Facebook, click here
To manage your data on Twitter, click here
Deactivating cookies limits all interaction with social networks. Web analytics cookies allow us to obtain statistics on anonymous visitor numbers in order to optimise and detect possible malfunctions.
In general, the tailoring of our website to you relies on a cookie. If you delete all cookies to do with TeamRH or its partners that are downloaded on your browsing terminal, they will no longer know of the nature of your consent. This will mean that you must reset the agreement and you will therefore be asked to do so, at the time of your next visit, or when you next download a page from the site teamrh.com.
USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION THAT WE COLLECT
When you leave a comment on our website, the data written on the comment form, your IP address and the utilisation agent of your browser are recorded in order to help us detect inappropriate comments.
If you are a registered user and you upload images to the site, we advise you to avoid uploading images containing EXIF data of GPS coordinates. Visitors to our website may be able to download and extract localisation data from such images.
If you leave a comment on our site, you will be asked to leave your name, email address and website in the cookies. It is entirely for your comfort, in order to not have to enter this information if you leave another comment at a later point. These cookies expire at the end of the year.
If you have an account and wish to log in to our site, a temporary cookie will be created in order to determine if your browser accepts cookies. It does not contain personal data, and will be automatically deleted at the closing of your browser.
When you log in, we implement a certain number of cookies in order to download your connection information and you screen preferences. The connection cookie has a lifespan of two days, the screen options cookie lasts one year. If you click ‘Remember Me’, your connection cookie will be preserved for two weeks. If you log out to your account, the connection cookie will be deleted.
In altering or publishing an article, a supplementary cookie will be downloaded in your browser. This cookie does not process any personal information. It simply indicates the username attached to the article that you have just altered. It expires after a day.
Content from other websites
Articles on this site may include integrated content (videos, images, articles, for example). Content integrated from other sites will behave in the same way as if the visitor were to access it from the other site.
Statistics and measuring audience
Use and transmission of personal data
How long your data is stored
If you leave a comment, the comment and its metadata are preserved indefinitely. This allows for the automatic recognition and approval of comments rather than their being left in the moderation queue.
For users who are subscribed to our site (if that is possible) we also store the personal data given in the profile. All users may view, alter or delete their personal information at any time (with the exception of their username). The site administrators may also view and alter this information.
Rights that you have over your data
If you have an account, or you have left comments on our site, you may ask to receive a file containing all the data that concerns you. This does not include the data stored for administrative, legal, or security purposes.
Transmission of your personal data
Visitor comments may be checked with the assistance of an automated service that detects inappropriate comments
How we protect your data
Procedures we implement in the event of a data breach
Third Party services who give us data
Automated marketing operations and/or profiling carried out with the assistance of personal data
Display of information linked to sectors subject to specific regulations
Politique de Confidentialité
Utilisation des données personnelles collectées
Quand vous laissez un commentaire sur notre site web, les données inscrites dans le formulaire de commentaire, mais aussi votre adresse IP et l’agent utilisateur de votre navigateur sont collectés pour nous aider à la détection des commentaires indésirables.
Une chaîne anonymisée créée à partir de votre adresse de messagerie (également appelée hash) peut être envoyée au service Gravatar pour vérifier si vous utilisez ce dernier. Les clauses de confidentialité du service Gravatar sont disponibles ici : https://automattic.com/privacy/. Après validation de votre commentaire, votre photo de profil sera visible publiquement à coté de votre commentaire.
Si vous êtes un utilisateur ou une utilisatrice enregistré·e et que vous téléversez des images sur le site web, nous vous conseillons d’éviter de téléverser des images contenant des données EXIF de coordonnées GPS. Les visiteurs de votre site web peuvent télécharger et extraire des données de localisation depuis ces images.
Formulaires de contact
Si vous déposez un commentaire sur notre site, il vous sera proposé d’enregistrer votre nom, adresse de messagerie et site web dans des cookies. C’est uniquement pour votre confort afin de ne pas avoir à saisir ces informations si vous déposez un autre commentaire plus tard. Ces cookies expirent au bout d’un an.
Si vous avez un compte et que vous vous connectez sur ce site, un cookie temporaire sera créé afin de déterminer si votre navigateur accepte les cookies. Il ne contient pas de données personnelles et sera supprimé automatiquement à la fermeture de votre navigateur.
Lorsque vous vous connecterez, nous mettrons en place un certain nombre de cookies pour enregistrer vos informations de connexion et vos préférences d’écran. La durée de vie d’un cookie de connexion est de deux jours, celle d’un cookie d’option d’écran est d’un an. Si vous cochez « Se souvenir de moi », votre cookie de connexion sera conservé pendant deux semaines. Si vous vous déconnectez de votre compte, le cookie de connexion sera effacé.
En modifiant ou en publiant un article, un cookie supplémentaire sera enregistré dans votre navigateur. Ce cookie ne comprend aucune donnée personnelle. Il indique simplement l’identifiant de l’article que vous venez de modifier. Il expire au bout d’un jour.
Contenu embarqué depuis d’autres sites
Les articles de ce site peuvent inclure des contenus intégrés (par exemple des vidéos, images, articles…). Le contenu intégré depuis d’autres sites se comporte de la même manière que si le visiteur se rendait sur cet autre site.
Ces sites web pourraient collecter des données sur vous, utiliser des cookies, embarquer des outils de suivis tiers, suivre vos interactions avec ces contenus embarqués si vous disposez d’un compte connecté sur leur site web.
Statistiques et mesures d’audience
Utilisation et transmission de vos données personnelles
Durées de stockage de vos données
Si vous laissez un commentaire, le commentaire et ses métadonnées sont conservés indéfiniment. Cela permet de reconnaître et approuver automatiquement les commentaires suivants au lieu de les laisser dans la file de modération.
Pour les utilisateurs et utilisatrices qui s’enregistrent sur notre site (si cela est possible), nous stockons également les données personnelles indiquées dans leur profil. Tous les utilisateurs et utilisatrices peuvent voir, modifier ou supprimer leurs informations personnelles à tout moment (à l’exception de leur nom d’utilisateur·ice). Les gestionnaires du site peuvent aussi voir et modifier ces informations.
Les droits que vous avez sur vos données
Si vous avez un compte ou si vous avez laissé des commentaires sur le site, vous pouvez demander à recevoir un fichier contenant toutes les données personnelles que nous possédons à votre sujet, incluant celles que vous nous avez fournies. Vous pouvez également demander la suppression des données personnelles vous concernant. Cela ne prend pas en compte les données stockées à des fins administratives, légales ou pour des raisons de sécurité.
Transmission de vos données personnelles
Les commentaires des visiteurs peuvent être vérifiés à l’aide d’un service automatisé de détection des commentaires indésirables.