11 rue Jouvenet
Tel: +33 (0)1 4050 1111
Fax: +33 (0)1 4050 6464
Company: CLEN S.A.
Share capital: €10,207,835 Trade and Companies Register: TOURS 444 540 124
Publication Director: Marion Franzini
Photo credits: MJA Photo (Indre-et-Loire département), La Boîte à Lumière (Paris), Michel Lacroix (Archimi.com), HYH Créations
Trade and Companies Register of Tours B 498 295 039
16, rue des Montils - 37520 LA RICHE - France
Tél.: +33 (0)2 47 36 90 61
ADDICTIC from the OVH platform, Trade and Companies Register of Roubaix-Tourcoing B 424 761 419, Registered office: 140 Quai du Sartel 59100 ROUBAIX - France
We hereby inform you of the processing of your personal data when using our website.
The data controller is CLEN, département MANADE, 11 rue Jouvenet, 75016 PARIS, firstname.lastname@example.org. A data controller, within the meaning of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is “the natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body which, alone or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal data” (Article 4 Paragraph 7).
In order for clients to safely use our website, MANADE uses the HTTPS protocol. HTTPS is the combination of both the HTTP protocol and the SSL Certificate.
An SSL Certificate is a data file that links a cryptographic key to the information belonging to an organisation or an individual. Installed on a server, the certificate activates the padlock and the “HTTPS” protocol (via port 443) in browsers, in order to ensure a safe and secure connection between the web server and the browser. SSL Certificates are used for websites containing confidential information. For example, when a website accepts an online payment method, an SSL Certificate is compulsory to comply with standards. The SSL Certificate is also detected by Google’s algorithm as a sign of quality and trustworthiness.
Viewing our website does not require any authentication or communication of personal data.
The only personal data collected are those that you provide us with when contacting us, in particular by using the contact form. We ask for your name, the name of your company, your address, your field of activity, your telephone number and e-mail address, the nature of your request, the type of products that interest you among those we offer.
Upon contacting us, data is collected for the sole purpose of establishing a commercial and professional relationship with you. Such data is only used to respond to your requests. To this end, MANADE may transfer your data to establishments or companies within the CLEN SOLUTIONS group.
MANADE works with a certain number of partners for the distribution of its products. The processing of your requests may require the intervention of one of our partners (request for a deadline, a price, etc.). However, your express authorisation will always be required for the sending of your data to a partner company outside of the group. On the contact form, ticking the box “I accept that my data be provided to MANADE’s partner companies” shall be understood as acceptance on your part. Under no circumstances shall your data be provided to a third-party company without your consent, unless we are obliged to do so on imperative legal grounds.
The data collected are likely to be used in the framework of the commercial relationship which may arise from such initial contact with us (performance of a contract, opening of a client account).
Following your initial contact with us, if you do not object, MANADE will send you news and commercial offers via newsletters and targeted information campaigns by e-mail or mass mailing. For this reason, we need to store and use your personal data. Your explicit consent is required: by ticking the box “I accept to receive information from MANADE and subscribe to the newsletter”, you accept to receive e-mails and letters from Manade.
At any time, you can object to this by clicking on the link in the newsletter “Click here to unsubscribe” or by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
If you are already a MANADE client and have provided us with your e-mail address upon purchasing goods or services, we reserve the right to inform you by regular e-mail of our offers and new products. At any time, you may object to this by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending a letter to MANADE, Service Marketing, 11 rue Jouvenet, 75016 PARIS.
At any time, you have a right of access, of rectification and of erasure of your personal data as well as the right to object to the use of your personal data by sending an e-mail to email@example.com or by sending a letter to MANADE, Service Marketing, 11 rue Jouvenet, 75016 PARIS. You may also set out directives relating to the “post-mortem” storing, erasure and disclosure of your personal data by contacting us at said address.
The cookies on this site do not contain any data enabling your personal identification; to learn more about our cookie management policy, click here. We inform you that you can object to the storing of these “cookies” by using the settings option on your browser; further information is available on the following website: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser.
MANADE provides links to third party websites on its website www.manade.com. MANADE may not be held liable for the content on these sites and the use made of such sites by users.
To ensure its security and to guarantee access to all, this website uses software programmes to monitor traffic flow on the website, to identify unauthorised access or change of information attempts, or any other initiative that may cause other damages. Unauthorised attempts to upload or download information, or change information, to cause injury, and generally any attack on the availability and integrity of this site is strictly prohibited and will be punished under the Criminal Code. Article 323-1 of the Criminal Code provides that fraudulently accessing or remaining in all or part of an automated data-processing system (e.g a website) is punishable by two years’ imprisonment and a fine of €30,000. Article 323-3 of the Criminal Code provides that fraudulent introduction of data into an automated data-processing system or fraudulent deletion or modification of data that it contains is punishable by five years’ imprisonment and a fine of €75,000.