To face the quick development of new communication tools, it is necessary to pay careful attention to privacy protection. That is why we commit ourselves to respect the confidentiality of the personal data we collect. That is why we are commited to respect the confidentiality of the personal data we collect.
As part of its activity, OMBROSA collects personal data.
Data gathered by OMBROSA are collected, recorded and stored in full conformity with the measures dictated by the Act of January 6th, 1978 on information technology, data files and civil liberties applicable at the date hereof, and with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Collection of personal data
Your personal data are collected through forms, namely:
- General and alumni contact forms
The collected data mostly relate to professional contact information of representatives and employees of OMBROSA’s clients and prospects along with, if need be, their requests or visits on the websites https://www.ombrosa.com and https://www.international-school-ombrosa.com
We collect the following data:
- Family name
- First name
- Postal address
- Postal code
- Email address
- Phone number
Data processing is necessary to supply the services mentioned on our website.
From their collection by the person responsible for data processing or from the last contact by the prospect (request for information, for example), data are stored for the necessary period to supply the services offered by OMBROSA, and will be deleted after a maximum delay of 3 years.
The data allowing to establish the proof of a right or a contract, or stored to respect a legal obligation, can be subjected to a longer storage period and can be archived in conformity with the current dispositions (especially with the dispositions established by the Commercial code, the Civil code, or the Consumer code).
Your data can be used by OMBROSA (95 Quai Clémenceau – 69300 Caluire – France) to send emails or text messages providing information about the news of the school. In full conformity with the legal applicable dispositions, you have the possibility to refuse the reception of these messages when you firstly contact OMBROSA, or by clicking on the unsubscription link at the bottom of the page of each message sent.
Withdrawal and opposition rights
We commit ourselves to offer you a withdrawal and an opposition right regarding all your personal data. The withdrawal right represents the possibility offered to internet users to refuse their personal data to be used for specific purposes mentioned during the collection process.
Each concerned person has a right to access, modify, rectify, delete and, if need be, to ensure the portability of their personal data, in full conformity with the dispositions presentend within the current version of the Act of January 6th, 1978 on information technology, data files and civil liberties applicable at the date hereof, and with the Community regulations. The withdrawal right represents the possibility offered to internet users to ask for their personal data not to appear in a mailing list for instance.
The right to access, modify, rectify or delete personal data as presented in the previous paragraph, shall be exercised towards the GDPR service of OMBROSA:
- via our contact form.
- by post: OMBROSA – 95 quai Clémenceau – 69300 Caluire – France
- by phone: +33 4 78 23 22 63
In case you face any difficulty regarding the management of your personal data, you have the right to make a complaint before the CNIL or any qualified control authority.
Cookies can automatically be installed on your browser or your terminal when accessing our website. A cookie is an element that does not allow for the identification of a person, but allows for the recording of information related to that person’s navigation on the OMBROSA website.
Which cookies could be installed when visiting our website?
There are two types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporarily created within the subfolder of your browser while you are navigating a website. Once you leave the website, the session cookie is deleted. The files of persistent cookies remain within the subfolder of your browser and are reactivated once you visit again the website that generated this specific cookie. A persistent cookie remains within the subfolder of the browser for the period defined in the file of the cookie. Generally speaking, the maximum validity period for a cookie is of 13 months.
Can I refuse the placing of cookies on my computer?
You are not obliged to accept the placing of cookies on your terminal. However, we cannot guarantee an identical user’s experience if you chose to suppress the cookies.
How to configure and suppress cookies?
The configuration of your browser can allow you to decline cookies according to the procedure explained in the “internet option” tab of your browser.
You can also refer to:
Links to other websites and social networks
Our platforms can occasionally display links to websites of our collaborators or third-parties companies. These websites possess their own privacy policies, and we decline any responsibility regarding the use by these websites of data collected when you click those links. We invite you to read about the privacy policies of these websites before transmitting your personal data.
Personal data that we collect are stored in a secured environment. Our employees are contractually bound to respect the confidentiality of your data. To ensure the security of your personal data, we resort to the following measures:
- SSL protocol (Secure Sockets Layer)
- Computer back-up system
We commit to maintain a high level of confidentiality by integrating the latest technological innovations allowing to ensure the confidentiality of your transactions. However, since there is no such thing as a mechanism ensuring a maximal security, a certain degree of risk remains while using the internet to transmit personal data.