The website www.aurele-it.fr (“the Site”) is the property of Florence Ivanier, Attorney at Law, member of the Paris Bar, whose law firm is located 6 rue Jean de Lafontaine 75016 Paris, Palais E 2689.
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CNIL : 1756116 | RIPE : AS50474
Terms and conditions of use
The information available on the Site is for information purposes only and cannot be considered as an offer of services or a legal opinion.
Intellectual Property: the Site and its elements including in particular the texts, articles and photographs (hereinafter “the Elements” ) are protected by intellectual property law.
Any total or partial reproduction of the Elements is prohibited. The user is only authorized to represent the pages of the Site on his screen and is only authorized to reproduce the Elements on a temporary basis for the sole purpose of consulting the Site.
Aurele IT cannot be held liable for the content accessible from any hypertext link on the Site.
The purpose of this Customer Data Protection Policy (the “Policy”) is to explain how we collect, use and disclose personal data about our customers (individuals) and our customers’ employees (legal entities).
When this Policy mentions “we” or “our”, it refers to Aurele IT. This Policy determines why and how your Personal Data is processed (We are the “data controller”)
We process your Personal Data in accordance with applicable regulations, in particular Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Regulation on Data Protection known as “GDPR”) and the amended “Loi Informatique et Libertés” n°78-17.
1. Personal Data that we collect and process:
The types of information we collect and process may include :
– Identifying and contact data: including your first and last name, title, business contact information, your employer if applicable;
– Data relating to our business relationship or our mission: if you work for one of our clients, we may collect and process certain information, always related to our business relationship with your employer or the missions that he entrusts us with.
2. Purposes of processing your data
We process your personal data for the purposes described below, when :
– it is necessary for the execution of the pre-contractual measures or the contract when it implements a treatment with the following purposes: production, management, follow-up of our customers’ files, collection;
– it is necessary in order to comply with our legal or regulatory obligations, invoicing, accounting;
– it is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by us or a third party, for example, for canvassing, management of the relationship with our clients and prospects, organization, registration and invitation to the firm’s events;
– where applicable, you have given your prior consent to such processing and your consent has been obtained in accordance with data protection regulations.
We will endeavor to keep the personal data in our possession up to date. You are nevertheless responsible and obliged to inform us promptly of any changes to your personal data.
3. Disclosures to third parties
In order to achieve the purposes described above, we may need to communicate your personal data, in compliance with data protection regulations, to the following recipients:
– our processors, service providers, professional advisers: we may hire or call upon other companies to perform certain functions on our behalf. They are subject to contractual and legal obligations to preserve your privacy and the confidentiality of your data. These include our IT suppliers, as well as accounting service providers. These companies are established in Europe ;
– As part of due diligence in connection with a merger, acquisition or other business transaction involving the firm (or in connection with the implementation of any of these transactions), we may need to disclose your data to potential sellers or buyers and their advisors.
Finally, in order to comply with legal and regulatory obligations, we may also share personal data with public organizations, judicial or administrative authorities and supervisory bodies.
4. Data retention period
The firm keeps the data only for the duration necessary for the operations for which they were collected and in compliance with the regulations in force.
In this respect, client data is kept for the duration of the contractual relationship plus three (3) years for the purposes of promotion and canvassing, without prejudice to the obligations of conservation or limitation periods. With regard to the prevention of money laundering and the financing of terrorism, the data are kept for five (5) years after the end of the relationship with the firm. In terms of accounting, they are kept for ten (10) years after the end of the fiscal year.
Prospect data is retained for a period of three (3) years if no participation or registration to the firm’s events has taken place.
5. Technical and organizational security measures
We implement adequate technical and organizational security measures (such as, depending on the equipment, password protection, physical locks, etc.) to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risks represented by the processing carried out and the nature of the personal data to be protected.
Access to personal data is permitted only to authorized employees for the purpose of carrying out their professional duties, which are subject to a confidentiality obligation.
6. Your rights
You have the following rights:
– access to the personal data which concerns you and receive further information on how it is processed. In some cases, we may provide you, upon request, with an electronic copy of your data;
– rectify any inaccurate personal data or complete any incomplete personal data, if you can demonstrate that the information we hold about you is incorrect;
– request, in certain circumstances, a limitation on the processing and/or deletion (“forgetting”) of your personal data. You may make this request at any time and we will decide what action to take. When we determine, in accordance with the law, that your request is admissible, we will proceed with the deletion of your personal data as soon as possible;
– oppose any processing based on our legitimate interest (for reasons relating to your particular situation), as well as commercial prospecting;
– to the extent that the processing of your personal data is based on your consent, you may also withdraw your consent at any time;
– to issue instructions regarding the storage, deletion and disclosure of your personal data after your death.
Some of these rights will only apply in certain circumstances. You may exercise these rights by contacting .
When you contact us to exercise your rights, we may ask you to identify yourself before we process your request.
You also have the possibility of filing a complaint concerning the processing of your personal data with the competent data protection authority: the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL).
This Policy may be amended from time to time. Any material changes to this Policy will be communicated to you by email, or by such other methods as we may choose and as permitted by applicable law.
When you browse the firm’s website, we collect certain information using cookies.
A cookie is a text file that is stored on your computer’s hard drive, for example, when you visit a site or read an e-mail. A cookie makes it possible to identify the device on which it is stored for the duration of the validity of the consent, which cannot exceed 13 months.
Cookies are managed by your web browser and only the issuer of a cookie is likely to read or modify the information contained therein.
We use “working” cookies (WordPress). They allow us to ensure a smoother operation of the site. (ex: registration of your preferred language). They are required to provide the best browsing experience.
You may at any time choose to enable or disable these cookies by going to the “Cookies” page located in the footer menu.
You can also disable and/or erase cookies from your computer, tablet or mobile device through your browser settings.
A very effective tutorial from the CNIL can help you if you wish to better control your browsing traces, we encourage you to consult it: https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser (in French).