This website, www.agnesb.com , is owned and operated by CMC AGNES B., a French stock company (Société par actions simplifiée) with share capital of 2,304,000 Euros, registered with the Trade and Companies Registry of Paris under number 303 754 295, head office located at 17 rue Dieu - 75010 Paris.
Publishing Director: Etienne Bourgois.
Development: agence Emakina située au 84 Boulevard Sébastopol, 75003 Paris – France – +33 (0)1 44 54 52 80 – www.emakina.fr
CMC makes its best efforts to ensure accurate and updated information on this site, as well as the access to such information.
The CMC company uses various methods in order to protect the personal data provided by web surfers, such as to avoid any unauthorised access, use or disclosure thereof. The electronic data and databases are stored within secure servers, for which access is controlled by the CMC company.
However, the CMC company cannot guarantee absolute security of the Internet network nor of any online communication.
However, CMC declines any and all responsibility for the following:
- any interruption of the site;
- bugs which may arise;
- for any inaccuracy or omission in connection with the information available on the site;
- any damage resulting from outside party's wrongful intrusion causing any modification to the information available on the site;
- nor in a general manner for any direct or indirect damage whatsoever, regardless of the origin, nature or consequences thereof, including particularly without limitation any costs arising from the online purchase of goods resulting from any person's access to the site or the impossibility of accessing the site, or from reliance on any information of which the site is the direct or indirect source.
PROTECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
CMC hereby undertakes to treat any and all information provided online by a user as strictly confidential. Collecting such information has been declared with the CNIL No 1053386 (Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés, or the National Committee on Computerization and Individual Freedoms).
Any and all personal information a user sends to CMC for use by certain services is subject to the French "Computerization and Individual Freedoms" Act No. 78-17 dated 6 January 1978.
Personal data are understood to include any data of a personal nature (login, password, surname, first name, date of birth, e-mail and postal addresses, telephone number, etc.) that web surfers might provide to the CMC company as part of their registration for the newsletter, when creating an online account on the site of the CMC company, or during contact with web surfers with regard to purchases or events in which they may be participating, and/or in connection with any message sent to the CMC company via the "HELP & CONTACT" section.
Such personal data, regardless of their nature, can be used by the CMC company to directly or indirectly identify web surfers, to manage online accounts, to distribute its newsletter, and/or to respond to their messages. The said personal data can also be used by the CMC company in order to provide a customised service and the centralised management of the customer relation, which includes contacting web surfers by e-mail, telephone and/or postal mail in connection with invitations to events, studies, satisfaction or information surveys regarding the products of the CMC company, subject to compliance with the choices expressed by web surfers in this regard. When providing personal data, web surfers undertake that the information provided to the CMC company is complete, accurate and up-to-date, and that it in no way infringes upon the interest or rights of any third party.
Accordingly, the user has the rights including access, rectification, objection, deletion and portability about its personal information. Such right can be exercised at all times by letter addressed to:
Protection of personal information
17, rue Dieu
or by the contact form by clicking here.
PURPOSE OF COLLECTING PERSONAL DATA
CMC requests personal data for administrative and sales management purposes, in particular:
- to correspond with users who subscribe to our newsletter;
- to process user orders;
- when a user submits his or her candidature;
- for user participation in a game, contest or survey.
The personal data are intended for the teams in charge of the customer relations and marketing for the CMC company, and can be accessed by authorised persons in the shops.
(In order to provide a customised service worldwide, the said personal data may be communicated to other entities affiliated with the CMC company and the Agnès b. shops, both in France and in other countries in which these companies are established, including countries with legislation regarding personal data that differs from the legislation in effect within the European Union.Such communications are undertaken in compliance with the applicable European personal data protection laws and rules.The CMC company will first ensure that the entities receiving the data have implemented adequate means for the protection of your data, equivalent with the means required in this regard under French and European law.)
In compliance with legal obligations, we keep such data for a limited time, corresponding to the purpose for which the user gives us such information. Accordingly, data sent in for subscription to the newsletter are kept until the user cancels the subscription. Data sent in for online ordering will not be kept longer than five years.
The collected personal data are intended for the exclusive usage of the CMC company. However, the CMC company may convey the web surfer's personal data to its subcontractors and suppliers. These communications will be handled as part of strict contracts that include requirements for the partners of the CMC company to maintain the confidential and secure nature of the personal data transferred to them. The CMC company globally undertakes not to disclose, assign or transfer to third parties, for the purposes of providing the service, your personal data without having first obtained your written approval, unless otherwise required by law or subsequent to a request from competent administrative and judicial authorities.
Data gathered are intended to be used exclusively by CMC.
COPYRIGHTS AND TRADEMARKS
All material on the website, as well as the website itself, is subject to copyright, trademarks, patents for designs and models and/or any other applicable legislation.
Such material is the property of CMC or is used with the agreement of a third party authorizing CMC to use it. It can be used only for private, personal and non-commercial purposes. Any use or reproduction of the material must respect the original version, with no modification or alteration whatsoever. Any use for any purpose other than those described herein is subject to prior written agreement by CMC.
Any use of the material on the site which does not comply with the above conditions shall be considered an act of infringement as understood in the French Code of Intellectual Property Rights.
The site may contain links to other websites. Insofar as CMC cannot control those websites and external sources, the company cannot be held liable for any access problems or the content or material present on such websites.
In addition, CMC reserves the right to authorize any type of simple or deep hypertext link, and any web positioning.
While visiting the Site, information about the browsing data received from the User’s terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) may be stored in “cookies” installed on the User’s device, subject to choices expressed by the User about cookies. These choices result especially from the User’s browser software settings when visiting the Site, which can be changed at any time. The cookies allow to recognize the device’s browser for the duration of the cookies’ period of validity.
Functions of the cookies issued from the Site
The Cookies issued from the Site are used for the purposes described below:
- compile statistics and traffic volume and measure the use of the various sections of the Site (headings and content visited, click streams), which helps to improve the value and usability of the Site’s services;
- store information contained in any form filled out by the User on the Site (for registration or account access) or relative to any products, services or information chosen by the User on the Site (subscribed service, shopping cart contents, etc.);
- allow the User access to restricted and personalized areas of the Site, such as his/her account, based on user names, passwords and other data the User may has previously given access to;
- implement security measures, such as when the User is asked to log in again to contents or a service after a certain period of time.
Such cookies enable the Site to keep only data of a temporary nature from the current session (articles selected, time spent on the Site, etc.). This information is in no manner associated with an individual User’s name and is not saved from one session to the next.
Cookies issued on the Site by third parties
Cookies may be issued by third parties on the Site, allowing them throughout the validity period of such cookies, to:
- count the number of visitors of the Site, especially for statistics and/or invoicing purposes;
- recognize the User’s terminal at whenever the User subsequently browses any site or service on which these third parties also issue cookies, and potentially adapt these sites and third party services or the advertisements they display, to any browsing data from the User’s terminal to which they may have access.
Choices regarding cookies available through the User’s browser
The User can configure his/her browser to allow cookies to be stored on his/her data terminal, to reject them automatically or to reject them from certain issuers. The User can also configure his/her browser so that he/she is promptly asked to accept or reject cookies before a cookie is saved to his/her data terminal. In this respect, each browser has a different way of managing cookies and cookie settings. The configuration of the browser is described in its help menu which informs of how to change cookie settings.
It is up to the user of a data terminal to decide whether or not cookies will be accepted on that data terminal. The user is free to make this choice and to modify it at any time through the settings associated with the browser used on the data terminal.
If the browser is set to accept cookies on the User’s data terminal, then the cookies used by the web pages that the User has visited will be stored temporarily in a dedicated space on the User’s data terminal. They will be readable only by the issuer.
If the User chooses to reject cookies on his/her data terminal, or if he/she removes any cookies already stored, he/she will not be able to use a number of features that are necessary to browse certain sections of the Site. For example, this would be the case for access to any of the Site’s content or services that require the User to log in. This is also the case as concerns technical compatibility when the Site cannot recognize the type of browser that the User uses on his/her data terminal, its default language and display or the country from which the User’s data terminal is connected to the internet.
If the browser is set to reject cookies on the User’s data terminal, the Site assume no responsibility for consequences related to the degraded operation of the Site’s services resulting from the Site not being able to store or view the cookies necessary for the full functioning of the Site and services.