Questionnaires and forms
In compliance with the French law on Information Technology and Freedom of January 6 ,1978, each person about whom personal data are held in the website has the right to access , modify, rectify or delete the data concerned.
The right of access is exercised through MINDFIELD SEARCH & CONSULTING IT department ,
MINDFIELD SEARCH & CONSULTING
226 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré
At MINDFIELD SEARCH & CONSULTING , we are keen to circulate accurate and updated data; we shall endeavour to rectify all possible errors or incorrect data that would be notified to us.
However MINDFIELD SEARCH & CONSULTING cannot be held responsible for the content of the present website
- information placed on this website is of a general nature , exclusively, with no reference whatsoever to any natural person or corporate body.
- data are not necessarily comprehensive or exhaustive , nor are they automatically updated in real time.
- MINDFIELD SEARCH & CONSULTING cannot be held responsible for any content of any kind available on external websites that might be referred to.
- information placed on this website is not of a professional or legal nature requiring qualified advice.
Whenever prescriptive documents or directives are published on this website, official laws and regulations are the only binding rules. MINDFIELD SEARCH & CONSULTING cannot preclude possible discontinuity of the present website diffusion resulting from the use of the website or of any other external website it is hyperlinked to.
Copies of Items of any kind, whether textual or graphical, appearing on MINDFIELD SEARCH & CONSULTING website shall not be made but for strictly private purposes; similarly, any type of reproduction, modification or alteration , whether free of charge or against payment, requires a written express permission by MINDFIELD SEARCH & CONSULTING .
Web Editor and Publication Manager
MINDFIELD SEARCH & CONSULTING
226, rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré
59, Boulevard Exelmans
Tel : +33 (0)1 40 71 86 23
Hébergement du site
63/65 Boulevard Massena
When placing a comment for the first time on this website, users will be offered to enter their name, e. mail address, website into the cookies, in order not to have to register again whenever making further comments; cookies will expire after one year time.
On opening the log in page, a temporary cookie is generated to determine whether the browser accepts other cookies, it contains no personal data and shall expire automatically when the browser is closed.
Should one log in to this website, a number of cookies to store the corresponding log in data and screen options will be generated. A log in cookie expires after two days time and a screen option cookie after one year time. If the “remember me” box is checked, the log in cookie will remain activated during two weeks. The log in cookie is deleted as soon as the user logs off.
Every modification or new publication on this website will result in an additional cookie being stored on the user’s computer; those cookies do not include any personal data, they merely indicate the ID of the modified publication; they are disabled after one day time.
The cookies we issue allow us :
- To produce statistical analyses of the number of visits, and the use of the various constituents of our website ( visited fields and contents , browsing patterns), and consequently to improve our service, make it more attractive and easier to handle.
- To adjust our website presentation to the user’s terminal favoured display mode (language, resolution display, operating system used etc.) for visiting our website in compliance with the viewing and reading software installed on the said terminal.
- To store data related to forms filled previously by the user on the website (registration, or access to the user’s account), and to products, services or data that are selected on our website such as subscription etc.
- To install security measures, for specific cases, such as being asked to log in again to a given content or service after some time has elapsed.
The User’s Options
There are several options to manage the cookies, Any setting that might be adopted is likely to modify the browsing over the internet as well as the access to services that require cookies to operate.
Options related to cookies can be entered and modified, at any time, in various manners as indicated below.
Selecting the options offered by the user’s browser
The browser can be set to save the cookies in the user’s computer terminal or, conversely, to refuse them either automatically or depending on their transmitter. The browser software can also be set to require a separate approval or refusal of the cookies proposed before they are stored in the user’s terminal computer.
Acceptance of cookies
To save a cookie in a terminal drive is strictly dependent on the user’s will which can be expressed at any time , or modified, free of charge on the options proposed by the browser.
If the user’s browser has accepted to save cookies on the computer, the cookies included in pages and contents that will be consulted may be stored temporarily in a dedicated space of the user’s terminal drive where only their transmitter will be able to read them.
Refusal of cookies
If the user’s browser has refused to save cookies on the computer, or if saved cookies are disabled, the benefit of a number of functionalities that are required to visit some of our pages will be lost; such would be the case for access to contents and services where identification is requested. It would also be the case if we -or our service providers – ,could not recognise, for technical accounting purposes, the type of browser used by the computer, its language and display settings, or the country where it seems to be connected from.
As the case may be, we shall not be held liable under any circumstances for the consequences of a deteriorated performance of our services resulting from the relevant necessary cookies being refused or deleted and our subsequent incapacity to save and consult them.
How to select an option on the browser software
Cookie managing and selecting varies from one browser to the other. Possibilities are indicated in the browser Help menu which will guide the user to express and modify cookie options.
Computer sharing with third parties
When a terminal computer is used by several people, or when a terminal computer holds multiple browser software applications , we cannot ensure beyond doubts that services and adverts sent to a given terminal drive are relevant to our website user’s own use of the device and not to somebody else’s use of that same terminal.
As the case may be, terminal drive sharing and browser setting of cookie management are the user’s own responsibility.
Cookies sent to our website by third parties
We might include in our website/application, computer applications sent by third parties that allow users to share some of our website contents with other people and possibly let those people know about their visit or opinion related to specific pages on our website/application. To that effect, one can press the “Share” or “Lke” keys sending to social networks, such as “Facebook”, “Twitter”, “Linkedin”, “Viadeo” and others.
Users may be identified through the application keys provided by social networks, even though they do not use them when visiting our website, the keys allow the corresponding networks to follow website browsing as from the account activation on the terminal (session window open) until logging off from the website.
We do not have any type of control over social networks process to collect information on your browsing nor over the relationship with our website users’ personal data they have in store. We therefore recommend users to consult the Privacy and Personal Data Policy of such networks so as to be aware of possible usage of their browsing information, in advertising particularly, merely through the presence of the application keys . Such Privacy Policies should allow the users to exercise their right of choice and, notably, to make the appropriate settings for their accounts on each one of the social networks.
Cookies are data fragments that, subject to the website user’s consent , can be stored by the browser software on the terminal drive in a dedicated space, while the user is browsing online. A cookie dedicated file allows the sender to identify the terminal where a specific cookie has been stored, during its validity time or storage time.
“Browser information” “Browser”
Browser information refers to data related to the logging in of a terminal to a given communication service at a given time. We may process browser data as indicated below even though we do not know what terminal is being used nor who is using it at that moment in time. Those data include in particular:
- IP (Internet Protocol) address of the internet connected terminal.
- The date and time of connection to an internet communication service.
- The URL address of the referer page on the terminal having access to a communication service?
- The type of Operating System used by the terminal (Windows; MacOs, Linux, Unix, BeOS etc. ).
- The browser type and version used by any terminal (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, etc.
- The browser language used by the terminal.
- Identifier and content of cookies that we stored on the computer concerned.
In the present context , Personal Data refer to data related to the user personally, and that user only, at a given point in time, irrespective of the computer being used.
A terminal refers to hardware equipment (computer, tablet , lap top, mobiles cell phones etc…) that can be used to consult or view a website, an application, an advertising page etc…