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These privacy rules define how ANEAS uses and protects the data you provide to ANEAS when you use this site.
ANEAS is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected.
If you ask us to provide us with certain information by which you may be identified when using this site, we assure you that this data will be used in accordance with this privacy statement. ANEAS, SARL d'Exploitation du Domaine de Montchevreuil may change these rules from time to time and we invite you to consult this page regularly to ensure that these changes suit you.
ANEAS, SARL d'Exploitation du Domaine de Montchevreuil strictly applies Law 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on «data processing, files and freedoms» as well as the ethical principles that flow from it regarding the personal information that you may be required to communicate to us in connection with an order placed on our website. This personal information is protected, declared to the CNIL and exclusively reserved for the use of our production staff.
Access right and rectification
You have the right to access and correct all data concerning you in accordance with the law defined by the National Data Protection Commission (CNIL). It is also brought to the attention of users of the site that ANEAS may transmit non-personal data to an authorized Third Party (Google), by the use of third-party cookies for the purpose of collecting and using browsing data of users of the site. These authorised third parties use the browsing data of the users of the aneas.com website in accordance with the provisions of the French Data Protection Act, as amended by the law of 06 August 2004.