I. PERSONAL DATA
You can visit the Website, which is published by TALM, without providing any personal data. You do not have to provide any information to TALM.
However, TALM may ask you to provide some personal data, see below “Type and purpose of data collected”. When you provide this personal data, you expressly accept that it will be processed by TALM for the purposes set out in paragraph 3 below and for the purposes set out at the end of each form.
If you do not provide the data, some services and information may not be available to you.
In accordance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) enacted by the European Parliament on 14 April 2016, and the French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 as amended, TALM inform you of the following:
1. Data processor identity and contact details
The data processor is the École Supérieure d'Art et de Design Tours Angers Le Mans, whose head office is at 75, rue Bressigny - 49100 Angers – France.
Telephone: +33 (0)2 72 79 86 90
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Data collection and origin
All personal data about Users is collected directly from the Users.
TALM undertakes to obtain Users’ consent and/or enable them to object to the use of their personal data for certain purposes when necessary.
Users are informed of the purposes for which their personal data is collected on the different online data collection forms.
3. Type and purpose of data collected
TALM may process your personal data to provide requested services. This data is collected through a series of forms completed by you.
- Mailing list
Our platform manages the following mailing list:
- “General Newsletter”: an e-newsletter to update you on news, training and admissions.
By ticking the necessary box on the various forms, you consent to us sending you the corresponding service.
Each email will contain a link to allow you to unsubscribe at any time.
Our mailing lists are managed by YMLP.
TALM only collects sufficient, relevant and limited data necessary for the purpose for which it is processed.
4. Type of data processed
TALM may process the following personal data:
- Surname, first name, organisation, job title, telephone number via the contact form
- Email address via the newsletter subscription form
TALM is the only recipient of your personal data. Your personal data, either in individual or aggregated form, is never transferred to third parties, notwithstanding data processors that TALM uses (more information in paragraph 7 below). Neither TALM nor any of its data processors shall sell Website visitors’ and Users’ personal data.
6. Retention period
When a form is submitted on the website, the data is stored for five years. Cookies created and used by Google Analytics have the following expiration times:
- Type _gat : 1 minute
- Type _gid : 24 H
- Type _ga : 2 ans
7. Use of collected data outside our platform
Personal data collected on our platform is never passed to or sold to third parties. Nevertheless, it may be used and transferred to third parties applications for processing:
- Mailing list management
- In order to operate and manage (unsubscribe from) the mailing lists and to route the relevant information.
- Data analysis and study
- As part of our marketing policy and business management, we may carry out automatic processing (profiling) and semi-automatic processing (queries) of the collected data for statistical purposes and for sending information.
- Audience analysis on our platform
8. Your data protection rights
You have the following rights concerning your Personal Data that you may exercise by writing to us at the address in paragraph 1 or by completing the contact form.
- Right to access your data
You have the right to access your Personal Data.
However, TALM is bound by security and confidentiality obligations in relation to personal data processing. Your request will be processed provided that you can prove your identity by providing a scanned copy of a valid identity document (if you make the request via our specific form) or a signed photocopy (if you make a written request).
TALM may refuse your requests if they are clearly abusive by their excessive or repetitive and systematic nature.
If you wish to exercise your right to access your data in writing as described in paragraph 1 above, click on the link below for a template letter provided by the French Data Protection Commission (CNIL).
- Right to rectification
You have the right to request the rectification, update, blocking or deletion of your personal data if it is incorrect, inaccurate, incomplete or obsolete.
You can also give general and specific directions about what happens to your personal data after your death. Where necessary, the heirs may demand that the deceased's death is taken into account and/or that necessary updates are made.
If you wish to exercise your right to rectification either for yourself or on behalf of a deceased person in writing as described in paragraph 1 above, click on the link below for a template letter provided by the CNIL.
- Right to object
This right may only be exercised in one of the two following situations:
- When exercise of this right is based on legitimate interest; or
- If the exercise of this right is to prevent the collected data from being used for marketing purposes.
If you wish to exercise your right to object in writing as described in paragraph 1 above, click on the link below for a template letter provided by the CNIL.
9. Response times
TALM undertakes to respond to your request to access, rectify or object to any request for supplementary information within a reasonable time that shall not exceed one month from receipt of the request.
10. Making a complaint to the competent authority
If you consider that TALM has not complied with its obligations with regard to your Personal Data, you may make a complaint to the competent authority. In France the competent authority is the CNIL. To address a request by email, click here: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/plaintes/internet
1. General information about cookies on the website
As the website publisher, TALM may put cookies on your device (computer, tablet, mobile phone, etc) to guarantee a smooth and optimal browsing experience on the website.
“Cookies” are small text files which allow us to recognise your computer, tablet or mobile phone and personalise the services that we offer.
Information collected through cookies does not allow us to identify you by name. They are used exclusively to improve website interactivity and performance and to send content tailored to your interests. None of the information will be communicated to third parties unless TALM has obtained your prior consent or if disclosure is required by law, by court order or by order of any other authorised administrative or judicial authority.
2. How to manage your cookie preferences
You can accept or reject cookies at any time.
Depending on the type of cookie, it may be necessary to obtain your consent to the installation and reading of cookies on your device.
a. Cookies exempt from consent
b. Cookies requiring your prior consent
This requirement covers third-party cookies which qualify as “persistent” in that they remain on your device until they are deleted or expire.
As these cookies are issued by third parties, their use and installation are subject to their own privacy policies that you will find in a link below. This type of cookie includes audience measurement (in particular PIWIK), advertising cookies (not used by TALM) and social network cookies (such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and LinkedIn).
Audience measurement cookies provide statistics about website visits and use of different parts of the website (such as the content/pages you visit). This information improves website usability. An audience measuring tool is used on this website:
Social media sharing cookies are issued and managed by the relevant social media. Subject to your consent, these cookies will allow you to share content from the TALM website via the relevant social media’s share button. Four types of social media sharing cookies are present on the TALM website:
c. Cookie managing tools
Most Internet browsers have been set to accept cookies by default. Your browser will allow you to change the standard settings so that all cookies are rejected systematically or so that only certain cookies are accepted or rejected depending on who is issuing them.
Your browser will also allow you to delete existing cookies from your device and will let you know when new cookies might be placed on your device. These settings do not affect browsing but you may lose the benefit provided by the cookie if you do not accept them.
See below for tools to help you adjust the cookie settings in your browser.
d. Managing your browser settings
Every Internet browser has its own settings for managing cookies. To find out how to modify your cookie preferences, please follow the links below:
For more information about managing cookies, go to the CNIL website: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser.