Privacy statement

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation adopted by the European Parliament on 14th April 2016 and the Loi Informatique et Libertés du 6 janvier 1978 modifiée (law of 6th January 1978 relating to data storage, data storage on computers and data protection, modified) we would like to inform you of the following:

Identity of the data controller

L’Ébénisterie is responsible for processing the data collected on this website. For more information about the company, please refer to our legal information page.

The purpose of data processing

Personal data is collected through various forms on the website for the purpose of:

  • responding to requests you make through the enquiry forms
  • customizing your online user experience, making it easier to browse the site and compiling website user statistics;

By submitting online forms and ticking the consent box, you are explicitly giving your permission for your personal data to be processed for the purpose of responding to the request made through said forms.

The collection of personal data through the Google Analytics web analytics tools used on the website is for the purpose of:

  • Analyzing the behaviour of visitors to the website to enable website visitor statistics to be produced and to make improvements to the website.

The relevance of data

L’Ébénisterie collects and processes personal data in a way that is fair and lawful. Data collected encompasses the following categories:

  • Identity (e.g surname, first name(s), contact details etc);
  • Login details (e.g. cookies);
  • Localization (e.g. information based on the IP address of the device from which you visited the website).

L’Ébénisterie strives to ensure the data it processes is as up-to-date as possible.

Data recipients

L’Ébénisterie is the sole recipient of your personal data. Your personal data will never be transferred to a third party. Neither L’Ébénisterie, nor any of its processors will sell the personal data of users of or visitors to its website.

For how long is your data stored?

Your personal data is stored by L’Ébénisterie only for as long as is required for the purposes for which it was collected. The maximum duration for which your data may be stored is 36 months. After this period, your personal data will either be erased or anonymized. Data collected via forms is stored for one year, counting from the time the form was submitted.

The cookies used by the Google Analytics web analytics tool have the following lifetimes:

_ga: 2 years

_gid: 24 hours

_gat: 1 minute


The personal data relating to you which is collected by the website is solely for the use of L’Ébénisterie. It will only be used to respond to enquiries submitted via online forms. Personal data entered in such forms and subsequently submitted will under no circumstances be transferred, rented, leased or sold to third parties.


To keep your personal data safe, every page on the website is protected by an HTTPS, TLS 1.2 / RSA protocol. This protocol encrypts the message data between a browser and a web server, preventing the personal data entered into and sent via forms from being intercepted by third parties during the process.

Location of data stored

The servers on which is hosted are all located within the European Union, namely, in France. L’Ébénisterie undertakes not to transfer personal data to non-European Union countries.

Right of access, to rectification, erasure and data portability

In accordance with legislation and regulations currently in force, especially the GDPR and the French law on data storage on computers and data protection (loi Informatique et Libertés), you have the right to access, rectify and ask for the erasure of any of your personal data which has been collected during your visit to this website. You also have the right to restrict the processing of your data and to data portability with regard to your personal data which has been collected during your visit to this website and as part of our website visitor statistics gathering process.

To exercise these rights, you can contact us:

  • by email at
  • through the contact form
  • by sending a letter by registered post to L’Ébénisterie – 1349, chemin rural n°4 – La Roseyre – 06390 CONTES 

To give your request legal force, it must be signed and accompanied by a photocopy of a valid, up-to-date identity document bearing your signature. You will need to include your contact details so that L’Ébénisterie can reply to you.

You can also make a request through the website for your personal data to be sent to you and/or erased, by using the form below. You will be asked to provide us with your email address. This will act as proof of your identity when you make your request.

Request to recover/erase your personal data

Select your request:

The right to object and the right to withdraw your consent

You can, at any time, object to or withdraw your consent to the collection and processing of your personal data by L’Ébénisterie through the use of cookies as part of its website visitor statistics gathering process.

To exercise this right, click here: Paramétrer vos choix.

You can also manage/delete cookies stored on your computer and mobile devices via your web browsers. For more details, see our cookies policy

Response times

L’Ébénisterie undertakes to respond to your request to access, rectify, object to the processing of your data or any other request for additional information within a reasonable time frame, i.e. within 1 month of receipt of your request.


You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if you feel that L’Ébénisterie is not fulfilling its legal obligations with regard to your personal data. In France, the relevant supervisory authority is the CNIL. You may lodge a complaint electronically by clicking on the following link:


Cookies policy

During your visit to this website, cookies are stored on your computer, mobile phone or tablet. Cookies enable the storage of information relating to your visit to the website (date, page, time) and of any information entered by website visitors during their visit (searches made on the website, login details). Cookies are stored on the website visitor’s computer – they are not associated with the website visitor themselves.

Different types of cookies

When visiting websites, you will come across two types of cookies: first-party cookies and third-party cookies.

First-party cookies 

Cookies are stored on the visitor’s computer for technical reasons. They play a crucial part in facilitating visitors’ use of our website. These cookies remember choices made by Clients (e.g. their username). Cookies make it possible to personalize visits to the website and without cookies, some website features will not work. These cookies also make it possible to compile visitor statistics and thus improve the quality of the services we offer.

Third-party Cookies

These are cookies created by third-party entities (e.g. partners) to help them identify your interests and through this, tailor advertising to you when you visit websites other than our website. They may be stored on your computer when you visit a website or when you click on adverts on said website. Regarding partnerships, we pay careful attention to ensure that partner businesses adhere to the French law on data storage, data storage on computers and data protection of 6th January 1978, modified (loi informatique et libertés du 06 janvier 1978 modifiée) and undertake to implement appropriate steps to ensure data is kept secure and confidential.

Changing your web browser settings

Visitors may choose to disable cookies at any time. Your browser settings may also be used to inform you of cookies being stored on your computer and to give you the option of enabling or disabling cookies. Some operating features require cookies. If your browser setting is set to disable all cookies, there will be some services on our website which you will not be able to access.

How to enable or disable cookies

Internet Explorer

Go to the ‘Tools’ menu, choose ‘Internet Options’. Click the ‘Privacy’ tab. Under ‘Settings’, move the slider to choose your cookie setting. By clicking on the ‘Advanced’ tab, you can manually manage your cookie settings. Save your preferences by clicking ‘OK’.

Mozilla Firefox

Click the menu button and select ‘Options’. Then select the ‘Privacy and Security’ panel. The following options are available to you: Standard, Strict and Custom. These enable you to make choices about cookies and how long they are stored on your computer (block all cookies, block just third-party cookies etc.). You will need to click on ‘Reload all tabs’ to save your preferences.

Google Chrome

Click the ‘Customize and control Google Chrome’ menu in the top right corner of your browser. Choose ‘Settings’ then click on ‘Privacy and Security’ in the left-hand menu. The ‘Cookies and other site data’ tab allows you to make choices about your cookie settings.


In the Safari app on your Mac, choose ‘Safari’, then ‘Preferences’. Then click ‘Privacy’. You can then change your cookie preferences.

The use of data collected by means of cookies

The data collected by cookies is anonymized and is not transferred to third parties or used for other purposes.