The act of connecting to the UniFrance website is, in itself, an acknowledgement by users of their acceptance of a license whose terms and conditions they agree to respect without reserve.
The website unifrance.org does not require users to register and does not collect personal information on users browsing its pages.
Who collects personal data?
UniFrance - 13, rue Henner, 75009 PARIS, FRANCE.
An association founded under the French Act of 1901: VAT FR03784359069
Telephone: + 33 1 47 53 95 80, Fax: + 33 1 47 05 96 55
Where does this data come from?
Data collected comes from information provided by users when they create or manage their UniFrance accounts, or automatically when users navigate and undertake actions on UniFrance's websites and applications.
What are the purposes for which data is collected?
UniFrance may collect and record personal data from users in order to carry out the following operations:
- Management of a member's or user's account
- Provision of information-sharing tools on social media networks
- Sending of targeted newsletters via email and notifications via UniFrance's mobile phone applications
- Data display (box office statistics, contact information, etc.) and access to films whose availability is reserved for UniFrance members
- Audience tracking for websites and mobile phone applications
To whom is your data provided?
Data collected is used solely by UniFrance. It may be shared with service providers engaged by UniFrance in relation to the provision of UniFrance's services. These providers have access to personal information that is necessary to the execution of their services and are not authorized to use this data for any other purpose.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small data files in the form of texts, images, or software, which are stored on your computer, phone, or other device used for browsing the internet when you visit a website. Cookies allow websites to remember you, or to signal your visit to particular pages of the website, thereby providing you with an additional service: improving your browsing comfort, increasing the safety of your connection, and adapting the content of a particular page to suit your areas of interest.
The unifrance.org website utilizes the technique of cookies for the following reasons:
- To help us to recognize your browser from one session to another and to allow us to keep track of your preferences.
- To help us to customize content made available to you during your visit to our website
- To help us achieve cross-referenced tracking of the activity of visitors to our website and thus to optimize the performance of our website and to offer a browsing experience that is increasingly tailored to users' needs and expectations.
Under no circumstances will any correlation be made between these cookies and personal data that may be stored by UniFrance.
Which cookies do we use?
These cookies are essential for the functioning of our website. They allow you to browse the UniFrance website and applications, and utilize a range of functionalities, such as providing access to your personal account.
These cookies make it possible to record your navigation preferences on the UniFrance website and to keep a record of the various parameters you selected during your most recent visit. These cookies therefore allow you to experience a smooth browsing experience.
These cookies collect data in an anonymous manner during your visits to the UniFrance website or mobile phone application. They allow us to gauge the performance of our website, prepare statistical analyses of the volume of user visits and the use of the various elements of our website. They help us to enhance the interest and the ergonomics of our services, and to detect functional anomalies.
These cookies are used to present advertising offers or information relevant to your areas of interest during your internet browsing activity. The refusal to accept these cookies has no impact on the use of our website. Browsing data that is collected is information that is not personally identifiable, such as the URL of pages visited.
Social media cookies:
The social media network buttons, which allow for the sharing of content on our website (on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+), send information to the corresponding social media network, and this data is posted on your personal profile. If you do not wish the social media network to relay data collected via the intermediary of our website to your user account, you must first log out of your account on the social media network.
These cookies, issued by third parties, are utilized to allow you to share content from our website on social media networks (Facebook, Twitter, and Google+). We invite you to consult the privacy policies of these social media platforms to learn about the purposes of use, notably for advertising, of navigation-related data that these networks may collect through the use of these buttons.
How to manage cookies
The handling of cookies can be managed using your browser. If you wish to, you can adjust the settings of your browser so that it:
- Systematically refuses the sending of cookies
- Refuses to accept the sending of cookies except for certain websites considered "trustworthy"
- Refuses to accept the sending of cookies except on the particular website you are visiting
How to manage the settings of your web browser
Click on the name of your web browser to modifier the management of cookies:
- Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=fr
- Mozilla Firefox: http://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/activer-desactiver-cookies
- Microsoft Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-fr/windows7/block-enable-or-allow-cookies
- Apple Safari: http://www.apple.com/fr/privacy/use-of-cookies/
- Apple Safari iOS: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1677?viewlocale=fr_FR&locale=fr_FR
- Google Android: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?co=GENIE.Platform%3DAndroid&hl=fr
You can also choose to alter your browser settings for specific cookies by following these recommendations:
- To disable Google Analytics audience tracking cookies: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
- To disable advertising cookies, you can visit the website http://www.youronlinechoices.com. This European platform is shared by hundreds of internet advertising professionals and serves as a centralized interface via which you can express your refusal, or acceptance, of cookies that may be used in order to adapt advertising content that may be displayed on your terminal to your browsing content.
Please note: If you wish to benefit from all of the existing functionalities available on the UniFrance website, such as accessing website content or services which require that the website recognizes you, please do not disable cookies.
For further information on cookies, you may consult the website of the CNIL (French Data Protection Commission): https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-traceurs-que-dit-la-loi
In certain cases (such as questionnaires, offers, website registration), UniFrance may be required to ask web users to provide personal contact details and their electronic or postal addresses. All of these questionnaires (forms) include a checkoff box allowing users to indicate whether or not they authorize UniFrance to reutilize this data. If authorization is refused, personal information provided by users will be deleted after it has been put to its intended use.
If authorization is accepted, UniFrance reserves the right to send new messages to its users to propose offers from UniFrance, or to communicate information relating to news about French films around the world.
Rights and obligations
In all cases, users benefit from the rights (relating notably to the access, correction, and deletion of data) set forth in the Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, entitled "Informatique et Libertés"(Information Technologies, Data Files and Civil Liberties).
To exercise these rights, users are invited to contact UniFrance.
Users can find information about their rights and obligations, and on the protection of personal data, on the website of the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (the French Data Protection Commission): www.cnil.fr.
Users of the website unifrance.org are invited to inform UniFrance of their comments about any possible problems encountered on the website relating to personal liberties.