Made in Normandy
Pursuant to Articles 6-III and 19 of the Act on Confidence in the Digital Economy, we would like to inform you that:
https://www.lesrepasplaisir.fr/ (hereinafter referred to as “the Site”)
This website is published by La Normandise SAS (hereinafter referred to as “La Normandise”)
Simplified limited company with share capital of €1,200,000
Caen RCS no. 382 616 415
Registered office: Le Maupas Ind. Est., 14500 Vire-Normandie, France
Intra-community VAT no.: FR 48 382 616 415
Unique identification number (UIN): FR211560_01PWCE
Les Repas Plaisir
Rue de l’Allière
Le Maupas Ind. Est.
14500 Vire-Normandie, France
Telephone: +33 (0)2 31 59 13 40
e-mail: [email protected]
Director of Publications (or Co-director of Publications): Jean-Charles Duquesne
Registered office: 2 Rue Kellermann,
59100 Roubaix, France
Tel. +33 (0)8 99 70 17 61
Your use of the website, www.lesrepasplaisir.fr, is under your sole responsibility. La Normandise accepts no responsibility for direct or indirect harm or loss, including, but not limited to, damage to hardware, loss of data or programmes or financial losses, as a result of using this website or related websites.
For more detailed information on how La Normandise processes your personal data, please refer to our data protection policy. Automated processing of personal data on the www.lesrepasplaisir.fr website is carried out in accordance with the French Data Protection Act (78-17) of 6 January 1978 (amended).
Users are hereby informed that cookies may be installed automatically on their browser when they visit the Site. A “cookie” is a block of data that signals a user’s connection in the form of a text file that may be installed, depending on your preferences, in a dedicated space on your hard drive or storage of your computer or device, when accessing online service on the Site. A Cookie allows its sender to identify the Device on which it is installed, for the period in which the Cookie is valid or installed.
By configuring your browser settings, you can find out if cookies are being used and how to refuse them below:
Cookies that we use allow us to:
As some third-party applications are incorporated on our Site, some cookies may be sent by other entities. In such cases, third-party cookies will be sent and used in accordance with the sender’s own privacy policies.
Advertising cookies store information on users’ web browsers and may be used to identify users’ preferences or browsing activity. They allow companies to personalise advertisements that a user sees, based on their activity on the websites they visit, but also on other websites that use the same advertising company. Share buttons on social media sites (e.g. “Like” on Facebook, “+1” on Google, etc.) allow us to track your activity in the same way and offer targeted advertising.
You can delete all cookies, or only those that you wish to delete. Deleting cookies does not prevent you from browsing, or reinstalling cookies while browsing. This allows you to control what cookies are installed on your browser at all times. Technical cookies are necessary for browsing and will be reinstalled when you visit our Site.
All browsers now offer “Private Browsing” mode, which allows you to browse without saving the pages you visited or your downloads. All cookies saved during your browsing session will be deleted when you close your browser. Cookies are not refused when browsing in Private mode, but are instead limited to the duration of your session.
Users have all the aforementioned rights over personal data shared using cookies under the conditions set out above. Users of www.leplaisir.fr must adhere to provisions in the French Data Protection Act (78-17) of 6 January 1978 (amended); failure to do so may result in criminal penalties. Users must refrain from collecting, misusing or more generally engaging in any action that might infringe on the privacy or undermine the reputation of persons, in respect of the personal data that they access or may access.
For more information, please visit the French Data Protection Authority website (CNIL)
The general structure, software, text, still and animated images, expertise and all other material featured on the Site are the exclusive property of La Normandise. All representation, in full or in part, by any person whomsoever, without La Normandise’s express consent, is prohibited and shall constitute an act of counterfeiting punishable under Articles L.335-2 et seq of the French Intellectual Property Code.
This also applies to databases generated by La Normandise that are featured on the website and protected under the Act of 1 July 1998 transposing EU Directive of 11 March 1996 on the legal protection of databases into the French Intellectual Property Code.
La Normandise, its subsidiaries and partners, and the logos featured on the Site are protected trademarks. All reproduction, in full or in part of these trademarks or logos using content of the Site without La Normandise’s express consent is prohibited under the French Intellectual Property Code.
Users of and visitors to the Site may not add hyperlinks directing to the Site without La Normandise’s prior express consent. La Normandise accepts no responsibility for access by users via hyperlinks placed on the Site that direct to other websites.
All disputes relating to the use of www.lesrepasplaisir.fr shall be subject to French law. Users acknowledge that the relevant courts shall have sole jurisdiction. We ask users to notify us of any omissions or errors by email, the address for which is available under “Contact us”.
La Normandise allows visitors to register on the Site using the registration form. By signing in to their account, users are able to:
Registered members can sign out of the Site at any time.
We use login data for our browser statistics (e.g. browser type, number of visitors, pages visited, etc.) and to optimise our website in terms of pages and browsing experience. This information is not shared with third parties.