Management of personal information

1 – Collection of  information

When you want to post a video on the website or subscribe to the site, your personal information (first name, surname, user name, email address, telephone number, website, institution, job title) is stored on the server.

The reason this information is collected on is so that you can post videos in your own name – it is a collaborative website – and to identify you as a subscriber institution.

2 – Use and modification of information

The information collected through online forms is used to manage your account, to identify videos posted on the site, and to address the newsletter, if subscribed. Your personal information will never be used for commercial purposes, nor sold to third parties.

Your information is securely stored on our WordPress back-office and on Mailchimp (if you have subscribed to our newsletter). The website uses https and is secured with an SSL certificate.

When you create your account, you choose a unique and personal password, which allows you to access your information and to correct it at any time. Only the webmasters of and our web agency (Les Artisans Numériques) have access to your information and can modify it – only upon your request.

Your information is stored for a period of five years after the termination of the contractual relationship if you are subscribed or five years after the first registration on our site if you are not subscribed.

3 – Data security and tracking

One or more cookies (small text files) may be stored on the hard drive of your computer when you visit our website. These cookies ensure the correct operation of browsing pathways and personalize your access to all or part of our website. By browsing our website, we understand that you agree to these cookies in order to ensure the best service possible.

You can delete the cookies installed during your visit to our website via your browser’s tool bar. This should only be done when you have finished browsing our site. Otherwise, you will be informed that the use of our website and any services offered on it may be disrupted or prevented.

4 – How to unsubscribe

If you wish to delete your account and your data from the website, you can contact us by email at or by mail at: FNEGE – Service communication – 2 avenue Hoche 75008 Paris

If you wish to unsubscribe from the newsletter, just click on the unsubscribe link in the newsletter and the mailing software will automatically take into account your decision to no longer receive the newsletter.

5 – Consent

By using our website and by filling in your personal information in our online forms, you thereby agree to our privacy policy.

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