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Declaration relating to copyright
Any reproduction of this site, in whole or in part, other than those stated in article L 122-5 of the code of Intellectual Property, is not permitted without express written permission. The name of the photographer must always be mentioned for photographs.
Reminder of article L.112-3 of the Intellectual Property Code:
“The authors of translations, adaptations, transformations or arrangements of intellectual works are protected by the present code without prejudice to the copyright of the author’s original work. The same shall apply to authors of anthologies or collections of various works, such as databases, which due to the choices or arrangement of materials, may be deemed intellectual creations.
Data base refers to a collection of works, data or other independent elements, arranged in a systematic or methodic manner and which is individually accessible by electronic media or any other media.”
Where prior permission must be obtained for the reproduction or use of textual and multimedia information (sound, images, software etc.), the natural or legal person that wishes to use this data must obtain the same permission.
Cookies and personal data
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small piece of text sent to your browser by a website or an advertisement you visit, according to your decision regarding browser configuration. It collects information about your visit and provides relevant services to your device (computer, mobile or tablet).
You can manage cookies in your internet browser. The cookie issuer may read or amend the data it contains.
The cookies we use on our website enable us to identify services and items that the user has browsed and more generally speaking, the user’s browsing behaviour. This information is useful for customising services, content and facilitating browsing on our website.
Cookies are also needed to ensure that some services operate correctly or to measure their impact in terms of audience.
When you connect to our website, you may be requested to install various cookies on your device. Your decision on cookie use affects how your device’s browser may be recognised during the cookie’s period of validity.
Cookies stored on your device are used for the aforementioned purpose, according to your browser configuration when you visited our website.
The cookies we use allow us to:
Facilitate browsing on our website
– by adapting our site’s display to your device’s display preferences (language used, display resolution, operating system used etc.) when you visit our website, according to the hardware and display software your device uses
– by memorising data relating to a form you have completed on our site (registration or access to your account) or to products, services or data that you have chosen on our website (subscribed service, browsed contents, purchases etc.)
– by allowing you to access dedicated, personal areas of our website, such as your account with your user ID or data that you provided previously
– by implementing security measures
Improving our services
Cookies allow us to compile statistics, traffic data and how various website components are used (sections and browsed contents, paths), so we can improve content and the usability of our services.
Third-party cookies have been installed on your device by third-party companies (for example partner companies) when you browse or click on advertisements on our website.
We ensure that the companies we work with comply with the amended Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978 and ensure that they comply with necessary security measures and data protection and confidentiality.
Below you will find information about the cookies used and options relating to the use of these cookies.
Due to third-party applications integrated in our site.
We may include information applications from third-parties, so you can share content from our website with other people or share what you looked at or your opinion about content on our website/application. This is also the case for “Share,” “Like,” buttons on social media networks such as “Twitter,” “LinkedIn,” or “Youtube”.
Social media networks that provide this application button may identify you with this button, even though you may not have used it when you browsed our website/application. Indeed, this kind of application logo allows relevant social media networks to track you whilst you browse on our website, as your social media account was activated on your device (open session) whilst browsing on our website.
Web beacons and other technologies
We may use standard internet technologies, such as web beacons and similar technologies to track how you use our websites and applications. Web beacons (sometimes called clear GIFs or Web-Bugs) are small lines of code, which allow us to display a small graphic image (generally invisible) on a web page or in an email. Web beacons can recognize information on your computer about cookies, time and date of page browsing, and a description of the page the web-beacon has been embedded on.
We use web beacons, so that your experience on our websites and applications may be improved. We also use them to provide personalised content, according to your interests and to know whether users read emails and click on links included in messages that enable us to communicate content and relevant deals.
Our sites and applications may contain third-party web beacons. Web beacons enable third-party service providers to collect information about your web browser and the web page you visited before going on our Websites. These third-party service providers process collected data, in order to carry out audits, research and declare data on our websites and applications and on advertisements viewed on our sites and applications.
We do not share your contact details (for example your telephone number or email address) with third-parties for their web beacons.
You may deactivate cookies at any time. Your web browser may also be configured to show when cookies have been installed on your computer and request your consent or refusal.
Settings may affect your access to our content and services that require cookies.
Web beacons are generally used in relation to cookies, so if your browser is configured to block cookies, or if cookies have been deleted, web beacons will not be able to track your activities when you browse websites.
Each browser configuration is different for managing cookies and options. Configuration is explained in your browser’s help menu, this will show you how to change your cookie settings to meet your requirements.
Choice of cookies on your browser
Consent to cookies
Storing cookies on a computer requires the user to consent to them being stored on the computer, the user may change this at any time free-of-charge, by selecting different options on his/her browser. If you have consented to cookies being stored on your computer, these cookies will be integrated in pages and contents that you have looked at and may be stored temporarily in an allocated area on your device. They may only be read by the emitter.
If you refuse cookie storage on your device, you will not be able to use some necessary functions for browsing parts of the rotomade.com websites and applications. This will be the case, if you try to access our contents or services that need you to log in. This will also be the case, if we or our service providers cannot recognise the type of browser used by your device, its language and display settings or the country where your device may be connected.
As the case may be, if you have declined or deleted cookies, rotomade.com does not accept liability, if services provided are adversely affected on the rotomade.com website and necessary cookies cannot be stored to ensure that the website operates correctly.
What decision should I make for the browser I use?
Each browser has a different configuration for managing cookies and options. Your browser’s configuration is explained in its help menu, so you can change your cookie settings to meet your requirements. For:
– Microsoft Internet Explorer : http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies
– Google Chrome : http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=fr&hlrm=en&answer=95647
– Safari : http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?path=Safari/3.0/fr/9277.html
– Firefox : http://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/Activer%20et%20d%C3%A9sactiver%20les%20cookies
– Opéra : http://help.opera.com/Windows/10.20/fr/cookies.html
“Flash”© and “Adobe Flash Player”™” cookies
Adobe Flash Player”™ is a computer program, which enables dynamic content to be developed quickly using “Flash” computer language. Flash (and similar programs) memorise settings, preferences and use this content due to technology like cookies. Nevertheless, “Adobe Flash Player”™ manages this information and your choices via a different interface to your browser’s software package.
As your device may display content developed in Flash language, we recommend you should access your Flash cookies management tools directly on the site: http://www.adobe.com/fr.
Do not track
You can also configure your browser so that it sends a code to websites that you do not want to be tracked (“Do not track” option). For:
– Internet Explorer™ : http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-fr/internet-explorer/use-tracking-protection#ie=ie-11
– Safari™ : http://support.apple.com/kb/PH11952
– Chrome™ : https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/114836?
– Firefox™ : https://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/comment-activer-option-ne-pas-pister
– Opera™ : http://help.opera.com/Windows/12.10/fr/notrack.html