VARIATIONS INTERNATIONAL respects your privacy and undertakes to protect it. This declaration is intended to inform you about our policy and practices in terms of privacy as well as the choices you could make regarding the way that your details are collected online and how they are used. This website is governed by French law. In the event of a dispute regarding your use of this website, only French courts will have jurisdiction. This website http://www.activision-coaching.com/ is the property of : VARIATIONS INTERNATIONAL, SARL with capital of €223,200, 35-37 rue Vivienne – 75002 PARIS, 509 651 501 RCS PARIS.
Data collected automatically
We automatically collect visitors’ domain and IP address; this information cannot identify you as an individual, but just the computer used to consult our website. This data is used to verify the regions worldwide which consult our website to ensure adequate coverage, as well as to analyse clicks to better understand the use of this site and improve our service. We do not link information collected automatically to personal data relating to specific individuals.
Cookies are information files stored on your computer by a server which maintains and operates the site. They do not infringe your privacy or security, as they store a simple random identification code on your computer. We store cookies on your computer for two reasons:
To offer faster browsing and help you to find information which you are looking for more quickly.
To allow our site to personalise your next visit
We use 3 types of cookies on the site http://www.activision-coaching.com/ :
These are temporary cookies which are only stored when your session is open. They are used by our server to retain information which you might have input on several pages.
Web analysis cookies
These are cookies used to establish anonymous statistics to improve our site management. They are automatically deleted two years after your last visit to our site.
Third party cookies
Our site uses third party computer applications which allow internet users to share our site’s content with other people or to let these other people know their opinion about our site’s content. These include the “Share”, “Like” buttons from social networks such as Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, etc.
When you visit a website page with this button, your browser connects to social network servers. If you are logged into the social network at the same time, the application buttons can link the visited pages to your user account If you do not want the social network to link information collected through our website to your user account, you can log out from the social network before visiting our website.
We encourage you to read the privacy policies of these social networks to understand the purposes of use, particularly for advertising, of browsing information which they can collect through these application buttons.
To block cookies on your computer, read your internet browser’s guidance. Each browser is configured differently.
The procedure to follow for each browser is described in the guides below:
For Internet Explorer:
In rare cases, blocking cookies can reduce the functionality of certain sites, or even prevent you from accessing them based on your browser’s configuration options.
Collection and use of data
If you request information through this site, we might request some personal information on this topic. If you send us an email or subscribe to a free newsletter, we must know your email address, your name and other personal identification elements, generally your name and contact number. If you choose to purchase information, goods, products or services, we will request some additional financial details. If you apply for a job in relation to the goods and services, we will request additional information about you, your education, your job, your personal situation and some financial details. Your personal data will be processed to provide the information, goods, products and services required in the desired format.
If we request personal data from you, we will ensure that it is collected and used strictly in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation in terms of data protection and privacy. We will not send your details to anyone outside VARIATIONS INTERNATIONAL without your permission. If we plan to use your personal data for purposes other than the initial purpose, we will request your consent. You can provide this consent in advance by ticking the relevant box when your personal data is requested.
Data is retained for a maximum period of two years from termination of your subscription to allow us to contact you promptly. It will then be anonymised and made non identifiable. We do not collect other data about you other than the data described above.
Pursuant to the provisions of articles 39 and 40 of the French Data Protection Act dated 6 January 1978, you have the right to access, rectify and delete your personal or identifiable data. You can exercise this right by sending an email to the address firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending a letter to the following postal address:
Data Protection Officer
35-37 rue Vivienne – 75002 PARIS.
The VARIATIONS INTERNATIONAL website is not aimed at children under 13 years old and VARIATIONS INTERNATIONAL does not intentionally collect data from children under 13 years old. VARIATIONS INTERNATIONAL undertakes to protect the privacy of children and encourages parents to actively monitor their children's internet usage.
To protect the personal data under our control, we apply security policies, rules and techniques in accordance with applicable legislation in terms of privacy in the site’s jurisdiction. The security measures are intended to prevent any unauthorised access, improper use or communication, any unauthorised modification and illegal destruction or accidental loss.
These provisions comply with the French Data Protection Act dated 6 January 1978 and aim to protect your privacy. We appreciate any suggestions or comments. Please inform us of any privacy breach when visiting our site.