The purpose of the www.paysdebarr.fr/ateliers-de-la-seigneurie/enwebsite is to provide users with information regarding the Ateliers de la Seigneurie and its activities, to sell online admission tickets and to share links with other websites. This website is an initiative of the Communauté de Communes (Association of municipalities) of the Pays de Barr. It is updated by the Ateliers de la Seigneurie, which is run by the Communauté de Communes of the Pays de Barr.
“Information technology should be at the service of every citizen. It shall not violate human identity, human rights, privacy, or individual or public liberties.” (Article 1 of the French law of 6 January 1978).
This is the guiding principle that determines how we provide information for you on our website. We undertake to comply with the operating rules, which you will find below.
You are entitled to access, amend or delete data that relates to you (article 34 of the French Informatics and Liberties law).
To exercise these rights, please contact us at the following address:
Communauté de Communes du Pays de Barr
BP40074 - 67142 Barr Cedex
Tel: +33 388 585 222
Email : email@example.com
Personal data not shared
We do not sell, rent out or share with third parties any personal data provided by visitors to this website (name, address, telephone or fax numbers or email addresses). The data shall not be used without your agreement and we shall only use it to send you mails and brochures. In accordance with the law, you are entitled to access and amend any personal data that we might collect.
Responsibility for processing of data
The Communauté de Communes of the Pays de Barr is responsible for the processing of data through this website and undertakes to process all personal data in compliance with the French General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Informatics and Liberties law.
Data protection officer
In accordance with the GDPR, the Communauté de Communes of the Pays de Barr has appointed a Data Protection Officer
Any person wishing to exercise the rights conferred under French law, or who has a query concerning the protection of personal data, can contact the data protection officer at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The right to information
We collect personal data on our website, in the following cases:
Your personal data are collected by the local authority through online forms, in order to answer your enquiry. Such collection is authorised on the basis of the consent you give when completing and sending the form (ticking the box).
Any data collected are for the sole use of the local authority departments concerned by the request. When necessary, the IT department and service providers involved in managing the website will also have access to these data, within the framework of their responsibilities.
The data will be kept in an active database for the time required by the authority to process your enquiry. Certain data will subsequently be stored, in compliance with the French Heritage code and the collecting instructions given by the SIAF (the French national archives).
The local authority collects data relating to you for the purpose of providing information through a newsletter. This newsletter is sent on the basis of your consent, given when you subscribe to it.
The data collected are transmitted only to the departments of the local authority involved in managing the newsletter. When necessary, the IT department and service providers involved in the management of the newsletter may also have access to these data as part of their responsibilities.
The data are stored until such time as you exercise your right to withdraw your consent or your right to have the data deleted.
The local authority and some of its partners may collect some of your personal data as part of website cookie management. Based on your consent, the following data may be collected by the local authority and its service providers: IP address, pages accessed, etc.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a generally short sequence of information, identified by a name, which can be sent to your browser by a website when you connect to it. Your browser will keep the cookie for a certain amount of time and will send it back to the Web server each time you reconnect to the website. Cookies serve several purposes: they can be used, for example, by a retail website to remember your customer login, the contents of your basket, or to track your browsing activity on the website for statistical or advertising purposes, etc.
There are 2 types of cookie:
- Strictly necessary cookies required for operating the website: your consent is not needed for this type of cookie.
- 3rd party cookies for improving website interactivity: your consent is needed for this type of cookie before it is stored or used.
Details concerning the cookies used on our website are given in the cookie management section.
Cookies are kept for up to 6 months, in accordance with CNIL (the French data protection authority) recommendations.
Please note that you may amend your cookie options at any time:
- By withdrawing your consent from the data collection system
- By changing your browser settings (for the strictly necessary cookies which do not need prior consent)
To find out more about cookie management, please visit this website:
What are your rights?
Any person whose data are processed is entitled to the following rights (according to the legal basis of the data collection):
- The right to access all your personal data
- The right to amend your personal data if they are not up to date
- The right to erase your data
- The right to object to the processing of your personal data
- The right to restrict the processing of your personal data
- The right to give instructions concerning the use of your data after your death
- The right to lodge a complaint with the CNIL
Please go to the www.cnil.fr website for further details relating to your rights
How can you exercise your rights?
If you wish to exercise your rights, please contact us
by email at: email@example.com
or by letter to
Communauté de Communes du Pays de Barr
BP40074 - 67142 Barr Cedex
Tel: +33 388 585 222
Rights of use and protection of equipment
None of the companies which took part in creating and setting up this website can be held liable for any direct or indirect damage arising from your access to or use of this website.
Furthermore, the Communauté de Communes of the Pays de Barr shall not be held liable for any damage or virus which might infect your computer or any computer equipment, following the use of or access to the website or after downloading any material from this website.
All the content and illustrations to be found on this website are subject to copyright. They may be reproduced for personal use but no unauthorised modification or dissemination is allowed.
The Communauté de Communes of the Pays de Barr makes no representations or warranties regarding the accuracy or any other aspect of the information featured on this website.
Any information or data that you give to the Communauté de Communes of the Pays de Barr through the Internet, including comments, suggestions, ideas and drawings, etc., shall become and shall remain the exclusive property of the Communauté de Communes of the Pays de Barr, without restriction of the right of use or any remuneration for yourself or any 3rd party. In addition, these data will not be processed as personal data.
Links to other websites may take you away from the paysdebarr.fr website. We shall not be held liable for any external websites. These links are given in good faith and we cannot be held responsible for any changes to these websites.
The website is hosted by OVH France
The President of the Communauté de Communes of the Pays de Barr
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ONLINE SALES
Cancellations made at the behest of the CCPB will be fully reimbursed, without any penalties. Should the order be cancelled by the Customer, reimbursement will be made minus the fees given below.
- Expenses relating to the online payment gateway, amounting to 12%,
- Online reservation expenses of 4 %,
- Ticketing expenses of 0.30 euros per ticket purchased.
Cancellation and reimbursement requests must be mailed to the address given on the ticket in the contact section. No reimbursement can be made in the shop of the Ateliers de la Seigneurie. In the event of force majeure, including a catastrophe, conflict, or a lockdown due to an epidemic, customers may cancel their booking without any penalties.
RESTRICTIONS ON THE RIGHT OF WITHDRAWAL
In application of article L 121-20-4 of the French Consumer Code, the right of withdrawal as stated in article L. 121- 20 of the same code, does not apply to orders for leisure activities (workshops, conferences, shows, etc.) which can be performed at a set date or frequency.