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HOTEL RESTAURANT LE BELLEVUE (LE BELLEVUE) undertakes to ensure that the collection and processing of your data, carried out from the site , complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD) and the Data Protection Act.
Collection of personal data through the site's forms.
Each form limits the collection of personal data to what is strictly necessary (data minimisation) and :
⦿ the purposes of data collection are clearly displayed on the form(s)
⦿ the mandatory or optional data is clearly indicated for the management of your request
⦿ only HOTEL RESTAURANT LE BELLEVUE (LE BELLEVUE) is aware of it
⦿ no data will be passed on to third parties
You may request to exercise your rights to data protection.
The personal data collected in the context of the forms proposed on are processed according to secure protocols and allow HOTEL RESTAURANT LE BELLEVUE (LE BELLEVUE) to manage the requests received with regard to the RGPD.
For any information or exercise of your rights regarding the processing of personal data managed by HOTEL RESTAURANT LE BELLEVUE (LE BELLEVUE), you can contact the company HOTEL RESTAURANT LE BELLEVUE (LE BELLEVUE) by signed letter accompanied by a copy of an identity document at the following address
HOTEL RESTAURANT LE BELLEVUE (LE BELLEVUE)
28 GRANDE RUE 25190 SAINT-HIPPOLYTE
Duration of storage of form data on the site
The data is kept for a maximum of 3 months. You can request the deletion of this data (see paragraph YOUR RIGHTS)
We use various cookies on the site to improve the operation of the site and our services.
What is a "cookie" ? Cookies are small text files stored by the web browser on the hard drive of a website visitor, which are used (among other things) to record information about the visitor or the visitor's journey through the site. (source Wikipedia)
Limiting the traces of your web browsing on CHROME, FIREFOX and INTERNET EXPLORER
1- Blocking third-party cookies
Third-party cookies are generally not essential to the operation of the site. You can refuse them by changing the settings of your browser.
In the Google Chrome browser:Menu > Settings > Show advanced settings (located at the bottom of the page).
Then click on the Content settings button, then tick the box Block cookies and data from third-party sites, and finally click on OK to confirm your choice.
In the Firefox browser: Menu > Options > "Privacy" tab
Set the "Retention rules" menu to "Use personalized settings for history".
Finally, uncheck the box "Accept third party cookies".
In Internet Explorer : Menu > Internet Options > "Privacy" tab and on the Advanced button to bring up the Advanced Privacy Settings window.
Then check the "Override automatic cookie handling" box, and select "Decline" in the "Third-party cookies" column.
2- Avoiding the installation of tracking cookies with extensions?
There are many extensions/modules that can be installed in browsers to block tracking cookies.
E.g. for Chrome and Firefox: Disconnect or Ghostery
3- Avoid social network sharing buttons
Every time you share or like content via social networking buttons on websites, you are tracked.
To avoid this, you can install a software blocker such as PRIVACY BADGER
Types of cookies
2 types of cookies are placed on the website
1- Operating cookies (necessary for the site)
They allow the site to function optimally. You can block them with your browser but the site may not function optimally.
2- Audience measurement cookies
The site uses the Google Analytics audience measurement solution
Since 25 May 2018, Google Analytics allows you to manage the retention period of user data. It is set at 14 months
Furthermore, in accordance with the GDPR, you can request the deletion of your data in Analytics. To do this, you need to provide us with your Analytics cookie number (_ga) by mail with identification.
Cookie consent banner
When you first visit the website, a banner informs you of the presence of these cookies and invites you to indicate your choice. They are only deposited if you accept them or if you continue your navigation on the site by visiting a second page of . You can inform yourself at any time and configure your cookies to accept or refuse them by going to the [Cookie management] page at the bottom of each page of the site. You can indicate your preference either globally for the site, or service by service.
Special case of server logs
Server logs are kept for 12 months (telecommunications code).
They are not used for any cross-checking or statistical work.
They are generally used for incident research, particularly in the event of attacks or attempted attacks.