Terms of use

Terms of use


LIREA collects the personal data of the Users who visit, register and/or sign-in on the Website. Such Users are informed that the automatic processing of their personal data has been notified to the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL), in accordance with Act n°78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, data files, and individual liberties (hereinafter, “Data Protection Act”). LIREA is committed to protecting the personal data communicated by Users in accordance with the Terms of Use and the Data Protection Act.

§ 1.1 Data controller 
The data controller within the meaning of Article 32 of the Data Protection Act is LIREA, as mentioned in the legal notices of the Website. see Legal Information

§ 1.2 Purposes
Personal data is collected from the Users in order to handle their requests and to allow them to have access to their personal account.

§ 1.3 Mandatory collection of certain data
Collection of certain data is mandatory (IP address, data marked by an asterisk in the relevant forms…). If such data is not collected, the Users’ requests cannot be satisfied and his/her access to his/her personal account may become impossible.

§ 1.4 Recipients of personal data - Confidentiality
Only LIREA’s employees and/or those employees of the companies who assist LIREA in the operation and/or exploitation of the Website, in particular the employees of the company hosting the Website as referred to in the legal notices of the Website see Legal Information, shall have access to the personal data of the Users.
The Users’ personal data may be communicated and/or sold to any third parties, from time to time. However such communication may occur only if either:

the relevant User gave his or her prior consent to the communication of his or her personal data to third parties by ticking the appropriate box appearing in the Website’s registration form; or
the laws and/or regulations permit LIREA to do so.

Should LIREA become forced to communicate personal data of any User under a law, regulation or a court judgment or order, LIREA shall inform such User if reasonably possible.

LIREA shall not be liable for any damage, loss, injury or harm arising out of or in connection with transmission by any User of any personal data to any other User or any third party, whether or not such transmission occurred through the Website.

§ 1.5 Rights of the Users regarding their personal data collected on the Website
Users shall have the rights detailed in Section 2, Chapter 5 of the Data Protection Act, including the following rights:

  • right to access their personal data collected on the Website;
  • right to have them rectified;
  • right to have them deleted;
  • right to object to their processing, especially when they are processed for prospecting purposes.

Users shall be entitled to exercise such rights with the publisher of the Website, by mail and/or email at the postmail and email addresses mentioned in the legal notices see Legal Information Proof of identity shall be provided in such mail and/or email.

§ 1.6 Cross-border data transfers
The User is informed that his/her personal data may be subject to cross-border data transfers in order to handle the User’s requests.

§ 1.7 Cookies
LIREA may use “cookies” on its Website. Cookies are used to proceed to the following actions (hereinafter, the “Actions”):

  • access to the information stored in the terminal equipment of the User; and/or
  • registration of information in its terminal equipment.

Such Actions may be performed without the relevant User’s consent in either one of two cases:

  • if the exclusive purpose of such Actions is to allow and/or facilitate electronic communications; or
  • if such Actions are strictly necessary to the provision of an online communication service on the express request of the User.

Save for the two cases mentioned above, the relevant User’s consent is necessary for Actions to be performed. Such consent may be obtained prior to accessing the Website by configuring the navigator of the User to permit the Actions. Users may at any time retract their consent by changing the configuration of their navigators.