The Comité Départemental du Tourisme complies with the latest data protection legislation (GDPR).
Which information is collected and for what purpose?
The Comité Départemental du Tourisme is the entity in charge of processing your personal data.
The nature of this personal data and the purposes for which it is used are explained hereafter.
When you browse the website https://ornetourisme.com, cookies may be deposited on your computer. A cookie is a small file which stores information relating to the browsing behaviour of a computer on a website. It does not allow identification of the user.
Cookies from the website
Data obtained in this way aims to enhance the user’s future browsing experience on the website and to provide us with anonymous information about the number of visitors (through tools such as Google Analytics).
Duration of consent to deposit cookies: 13 months.
Cookies from third parties
Some pages of the website include buttons or modules linked to third-party social media (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.) which allow the user to use the features of such media, in particular to share the website content with other people.
When the user visits a webpage that includes one of these buttons or modules, their browser may send information to the social media concerned, which may then associate the screen display with the user’s profile.
Such social media may then deposit cookies, that are beyond our control, in the user’s browser. We invite users to consult the specific privacy policies of each social media network, to find out the purposes for which they may collect browsing information via these buttons and modules.
Refusal to accept a cookie may make it impossible for the user to access certain features of this website.
Users may, however, change their browser settings in order to prevent their personal data from being stored or used.
For further information, please visit the CNIL website.
DATA STORAGE & SAFETY
The Comité Départemental du Tourisme promises to take any reasonable measures necessary to protect your data. The website implements organisational, legal, technical and physical means as well as software solutions capable of ensuring the confidentiality and safety of your personal data.
Subcontractors are also required to observe all GDPR obligations, in particular that of guaranteeing maximum data protection.
ACCESS TO AND DISTRIBUTION OF INFORMATION
The Comité Départemental du Tourisme does not aim to generate financial benefits from the collected data.
Access to your personal data is strictly limited to the intended purposes and to the Comité Départemental du Tourisme.
Collected data may, however, be sent to subcontractors contractually in charge of carrying out work required to allow the website and related services to function properly, and to optimise our relationship with users. It is stated that, for the purposes of providing their services, subcontractors have only limited access to your data and are contractually obliged to observe the governing legislation relating to the protection of personal data.
We may consult information concerning you when required to do so by our legal obligations, in response to a court ruling, for example, or any other legal process undertaken by the competent authorities.
Current legal and regulatory provisions give you rights of access, opposition, rectification, limitation and deletion of data concerning you.
Any request relating to such rights must be sent to the address of the Comité Départemental du Tourisme.
Further information about your rights can be found on the CNIL website.