1. GENERAL INFORMATION
The site “www.cia-france.com”, hereinafter called “the Site”, is proposed by the Centre International d’Antibes / Institut Prevert, hereinafter called “the Company” whose head office is at 38 Boulevard d’Aguillon 06600 Antibes, France, an SAS (Simplified Joint Stock Company) with a capital of 120,000 €uros, SIRET number 391 222 197 00017, CODE APE 8542Z, Travel Agent License N°LI 00696018.
The Publisher in Chief (Institut Prevert) is Madame Karine RACCOMMANDATO.
Hosting for the Site www.cia-france.fr is provided by the Société OVH.
Head office: 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix - France.
Phone: +33 9 72 10 10 07.
2. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
The current Site and its entire contents, notably but not exclusively the texts, trademarks, logos, graphics, videos, audio clips, photographs, layout and other distinguishing characteristics, are the property of the Company or of third parties which have conceded to the Company the right to use them.
The whole Site is protected by intellectual property rights in accordance with intellectual property regulations. Any modification, representation and reproduction, in full or in part, for any other than private use is strictly forbidden unless expressly authorized beforehand by the Company. This prohibition applies indefinitely to all media and reproduction, representation and / or modification processes.
3. USAGE OF THE SITE
In accessing the Site or using it, you agree to the Conditions of Use. If you do not agree to the Conditions of Use, you may not use this Site. Use of any document originating from the Site is authorized for information purposes and private use only. Any use which might be for other purposes is expressly forbidden.
You are authorized to download, display or print content from the Site solely for personal, non-commercial use, retaining and reproducing all notification of intellectual property rights included in the information or any other material which you download.
The Site has been designed for use with the most common browsers: Chrome, Internet Explorer (PC / Mac), Firefox (PC / Mac) Safari (Mac).
Some documents may be downloaded in PDF format. If you receive a message advising you that you do not have the Acrobat Reader program that enables you to open PDF documents, you can download it legally and free of charge by clicking on the link below.
4. PERSONAL DATA
You may be asked for some personal information so that we can identify you, respond to your requests, suggest offers and personalized services, improve the Site and be attentive to your needs.
Collection of personal data:
This information, known as personal data, allows us to identify you directly or indirectly, for example, your first name and surname, postal address, IP address, telephone number and email address.
We might also ask for additional, non-specific data (preferences, favorite information…) in order to offer you personalized products and / or services.
You will be asked to provide this personal data in the following cases:
- Online booking enabling you to register directly online
- Subscription to a newsletter informing you regularly of events and offers at the Centre international d’Antibes, Institut Prevert
- Messages sent via the “Contact”, “Brochure” or “Chat” links
Regarding the configuration of your cookies, you agree that the Site retains your identifiers and other information about you in order for the Site to function smoothly, collect traffic data and optimize conditions for using the Site and the services offered therein.
Usage and transmission:
Personal data are collected on the Site in order to contact the user, respond to requests, provide information and propose offers and deals for the services and products of the Centre International d’Antibes / Institut Prevert and their partners.
Your personal data will never be passed on to third parties unless requested by a public administrator or legal authority.
Right of access and correction of errors:
The Centre international d’Antibes / Institut Prevert is responsible for processing your personal data. The information collected is processed electronically in order to manage your booking. The data are used by our commercial services and partners.
In accordance with the law of 6 January 1978, France’s so-called “Data Processing Act” relating to information technology, files and freedoms, the automated processing of personalized data on the current Site has been the object of a declaration to the Information Commissioner’s Office (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés CNIL).
You have the right to access, correct, modify and remove any personal data you have supplied to us. This right may be asserted directly by clicking on the “Contact” link to fill in the relevant form or by sending a letter to the following address: 38 Boulevard d’Aguillon, 06600 Antibes, France.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file placed on your hard disk by the server of a site that you visit. It contains certain data relating to your connection, notably the server name, most commonly an identifier in the form of a unique number and possibly an expiry date.
This information is stored on your computer in a simple text file which a server accesses in order to read and record information.
A cookie contains at the very least a unique identifier which is kept on a data base on the site server. This identifier enables a website to recognize your computer on each visit.
The length of time these cookies are stored on your computer is the length of your visit.
What types of cookies do we use?
Cookies needed to browse the Site
These cookies allow us to memorize the information you give us from one page to the next. For instance, the data from your browsing session enable us to link your activity to the service requested and, if relevant, to your shopping basket as well as to ensure secure access to your account or your order basket. Without that data we cannot guarantee the smooth functioning of the Site.
"Functional cookies" that guarantee an optimized use of the Site
They enable us to improve the quality of your browsing on the Site, notably by saving any preferences you have expressed while visiting the Site.
Information collected by these cookies is anonymous and does not enable us to identify the user.
Audience analysis cookies
These cookies enable us to compile traffic statistics in order to optimize the functionality of the Site and adapt its content to your main interests. Information gathered via these cookies is anonymous and does not enable us to identify you.
The use of an IP address to locate a Site visitor does not go beyond the level of the user’s town and is erased or made anonymous as soon as the user has been located.
These cookies enable us to target your preferences and offer you personalized commercial promotions.
At the current time the Site does not commercialize advertizing cookies.
"Cookies linked to social networks" that enable third parties to offer social sharing tools
Links to Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram and all other similar social networks:
When you use one of the “share” buttons on the Site, a cookie may be installed by the social network concerned in order to share the content. Our Site does not block these third party site cookies. We invite you to consult the policies of these sites regarding cookies.
How do you assert your preferences depending on your browser?
Each browser has a different configuration for managing your cookies and choices. This is described in your browser’s help menu, which will show you how to modify your cookie preferences.
6. LINKS TO OTHER SITES
The Site offers access to our partners’ sites, either via hypertext links or via the integration on our Site of content from our partners’ sites.
Although we exercise the greatest care and vigilance in the choice of links to external internet sites, the Company declines all responsibility relating to the content of these sites, to their legality, accuracy or function, and cannot be held responsible for any use which visitors might make of them.
Any creation of hyperlinks with our Site is forbidden without prior written approval by the Company.
7. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
Visitors use the Site entirely at their own risk. Under no circumstances can the Company or any other entity of the Company be held responsible for direct or indirect loss (material damage, loss of data, financial loss…) resulting from access or use of the current Site or any other site linked to it.
The Company accepts no liability for a loss or virus which might attack your computer or computing equipment following access to or use of the Site, the downloading of elements from the Site or illegal intervention in the information systems.
The Company takes the greatest care to publish quality information on the Site. However the Company can provide no absolute guarantee that this information is accurate and exhaustive. Therefore the Company, subject to its best endeavors, cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect loss resulting from information which was misused and / or proved to be inaccurate or incomplete.
The Company undertakes to do its best to enable visitors to access the Site at all times. However if the Site should be inaccessible for whatever reason, the Company cannot be held liable.
The Company undertakes to respect the measures set out in the law of 6 January 1978, France’s “Data Processing Act”.
The Company takes maximum security measures to prevent the loss, misuse and alteration of information provided by visitors. All data recorded on the Site are backed up daily and kept on a back-up disk.
As content on the Site is dynamic, the Company reserves the right to modify and update information of the Site in whole or in part at any time.