Protection of Personal Data and Cookies

Protection of Personal Data

Bolloré has a policy of not requesting or collecting personal data such as your name or email address from the Website. However, if you choose to fill out the contact form accessible on the Website and described in more detail in the heading “A question” above, you will be asked to share information about yourself, i.e. Personal Data.

The term “Personal Data” means any information relating to an identified or identifiable Person. Any individual who can be directly or indirectly identified, specifically by reference to an identifier or to one or more specific items unique to his/her identity, is considered identifiable.

Unless you object, your Personal Data will be used as follows:

– by Bolloré SE or any entity in its Group in order to respond to the requests for information that you submit to us via the contact form;

– to analyze the activity and performance of the Website or any website of a Groupe Bolloré entity;

– or to meet the legal requirements, if any, of any Groupe Bolloré entity (together, the “Purposes”).

The party responsible for processing the Personal Data collected through the contact form is Bolloré, located at 31/32 quai de Dion Bouton (92800) Puteaux [France]. This Personal Data is meant for our company and the Bolloré Group companies. It will also be sent to our technical service providers, strictly as required for their assignment.

Your Personal Data is retained for a period no longer than  two (2) months from receipt of the information supplied through the contact form; added to this period, as applicable, is the statute of limitations on any claims that may arise from this relationship or the applicable archiving requirements. Once these periods have expired, the data is destroyed.

Bolloré guarantees that you may exercise your rights under the applicable regulations easily and at any time. And in particular, as applicable, you may object to the use of your Personal Data, access it, correct it if it contains an error, have it erased or its use restricted in cases provided for by regulations, or even, if this right is applicable, request the portability of the Personal Data you have provided to us for the purpose of sending them to a third party, as well as (for France) deciding what will happen to your Personal Data after your death.

To exercise your rights, and for any additional information or any problem regarding the use of Personal Data, simply send an email to and attach any document that includes evidence of your identity and your request. If your problem is not resolved, you may refer the matter to the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL).



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