This Policy complies with the latest changes
introduced by European Regulation no. 2016/679 of April 26, 2016, the General
Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force on May 25, 2018. This
Policy also complies with the amended version of the French data privacy law
no. 78-17 of January 6, 1978.
The Site is designed to collect as little
information from you as possible. However, we do process some personal data and
Identity of the data processing manager
, simplified joint stock company with a capital of €292,207.50,
listed in the Grenoble trade and companies register under number 381.204.841, whose
head office is located at 7 chemin du Vieux Chêne 38240 Meylan – France.
For all inquiries concerning data privacy, please
contact our Data Protection Officer at the following address:
7 chemin du Vieux
38240 Meylan– France
E-mail : email@example.com
The terms used in this Policy are defined as
Site : www.parenthese-vacances.com
: any information concerning an identified or
identifiable person (hereafter referred to as the “person concerned”); an
“identifiable person” is any person who can be directly or indirectly identified,
notably by reference to login credentials, such as name, identification number,
location data, online pseudonym, or to one or more specific elements referring
to their physical, physiological, genetic, psychic, economic, cultural or social
: any operation or set of operations carried out
using processes, that may or may not be automated, applied to personal data or
sets of personal data; this includes collection, saving, organisation, structuring,
conservation, adaptation or modification, extraction, consultation, use, communication
by transmission, distribution or any other form of provision, matching or
interconnection, limitation, deletion or destruction;
« processing manager »
: PARENTHESE VACANCES.
: the person or legal entity, public authority,
department or any other body that processes personal data on behalf of the
: the person or legal entity, public authority, department or any other body
that receives personal data.
Purposes and legal basis for the processing of
Depending on your use of the Site, we process your
personal data for the purposes listed below, in compliance with the clauses of article
6 paragraph 1 of the GDPR.
|PURPOSE OF DATA PROCESSING
||LEGAL BASIS FOR THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
(ARTICLE 6 PARAGRAPH 1 OF THE GDPR)
Processing of a request submitted via the contact
Based on your consent (confirmed by ticking the
consent box before sending the form "by ticking this box, you accept the
Sending alerts, newsletters and personalised offers
||Based on your consent, confirmed either by ticking
the consent box “subscribe to the newsletter” below the contact and booking
forms, or via the specific newsletter subscription form by providing your email
address and ticking “ok”
|Processing of a booking request
||Based on implementation of a pre-contractual
|Site audience measurement
||Via cookies, based on your consent
|| Via cookies, based on your consent
||Cookie required for legal reasons: indication of
your acceptance or refusal.
|Temporary address monitoring
||Legitimate interest of PARENTHESE VACANCES to
ensure Site security.
||Based on your consent, when you create the alert.
Personal data collected and processed
||DATA COLLECTED VIA THE SITE
|General contact form
Gender - Surname / First name – Telephone number -
Email address – Message content
|Subscription to the newsletter
Gender – Surname / First name – Telephone number -
Email address – Property of interest and dates – Message content
|Alert creation request form
Only the strict minimum of personal data that is necessary
should be provided. However, you can add other optional information. Data
fields will always be marked either mandatory or optional.
In addition to these data, the connection data of
the terminal used to make the request (IP address), the Site pages consulted
and time spent on the Site, date and duration of your consultation, browser
identification information and type of operating system used, the web page that
led to your visit and indication of successful access are temporarily saved by
the web server in the log files.
Technical management of the log files enables
analysis of Site use for the purpose of improving the user experience and
ensure data protection and security in our company; this guarantees optimised
protection of personal data.
The personal data that you provide are hosted in
the European Union by PARENTHESE VACANCES.
Hosting services provided by subcontractors also ensure
data privacy and security, in compliance with subcontracting contracts, in
accordance with article 28 of the GDPR.
We do our utmost to guarantee the security of the
personal data that we use.
We implement technical and organisational measures
to protect the Site against unauthorized access to personal data and the loss, destruction,
modification or distribution of your data by any unauthorised person.
Personal data is transferred in encrypted form,
using the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) system.
We regularly improve our security measures to keep
up with technological progress.
However, we cannot guarantee the security of the
hardware used to access our Site, such as PCs, tablets, smartphones, Wi-Fi
Reminder: users are responsible for ensuring the
security of their own IT equipment.
Rights of the person concerned
In compliance with applicable laws and regulations,
and the GDPR and the French data privacy law in particular, your rights are as
- - right of access, rectification and deletion of
personal data processed by PARENTHESE VACANCES;
- - right of limitation or opposition to one or more
processing operations carried out by PARENTHESE VACANCES;
- - right to request data portability;
- - right to withdraw your consent at any time
concerning the processing of personal data for any of the purposes to which you
- - right to file a complaint with the CNIL (French
data protection authority).
To exercise any of these rights, the person
concerned should send their request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or by post to :
7 chemin du Vieux
38240 Meylan– France
A photocopy of valid identification bearing the
signature of the person concerned should be provided with the request.
Transmission of your personal data
We use personal data for the sole purpose of
providing the services you need.
Your personal data may be transmitted to third
party service providers (emailing, newsletters). These subcontractors are only
permitted to process your personal data to fulfil their obligations and under
conditions that ensure the privacy and security of said data, defined by
subcontracting contracts signed in application of article 28 of the GDPR.
Beyond the aforementioned circumstances, we will
not transmit your data to any third party without your consent, except in
response to a request from the police or administrative or judicial authorities.
The only recipients of the data collected from this
Site and processed PARENTHESE VACANCES service providers:
Boondooa for data hosting
Webmecanik for newsletter subscription management
Boondooa for cookie management
Period of conservation of your personal data
In principle, we delete all personal data as soon
as it is no longer necessary to keep said data to fulfil its original purpose
and after expiry of the regulatory periods of conservation.
The periods of conservation applicable to most
personal data collected via the Site are as follows:
- - Identification data collected via cookies are kept
for twenty-five (25) months, in compliance with CNIL instructions.
- - Data transmitted for a booking request are kept
throughout the duration of the resulting contractual relationship plus the
period defined by law for evidentiary purposes.
- - Data related to newsletter subscriptions will be
deleted after receipt of your unsubscribe request.
- - Data from a contact request that does generate a
booking will be deleted three (3) years after your last contact with PARENTHESE
You can subscribe to the PARENTHESE VACANCES newsletter
if you wish to receive regular information about our activities and special
You can specify the information that you would like
to receive at any time or unsubscribe via the link provided at the bottom of
You can register for the alerts proposed by PARENTHESE
You can unsubscribe from these alerts at any time.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a data file sent to your browser by a
web server and saved on the hard disk of your computer.
What cookies used by PARENTHESE VACANCES?
The information collected by these cookies enables PARENTHESE
VACANCES (i) to improve the contents of the Site and to optimise its use, and
(ii) to obtain statistical information on Site users for internal market research.
It is not transmitted to third parties.
in general: see the procedure described below. However, you should be aware
that cookies are essential for optimal use of the Site and some functions may
not be available if you refuse them.
The following cookies are essential:
Cookies can only be saved if you give your consent.
This consent must be renewed after 13 months.
The data thus collected are kept for twenty-five (25)
You can withdraw or modify your consent at any time
by following the procedure below.
Use of analysis cookies (“Google Analytics”)
PARENTHESE VACANCES uses Google Analytics.
Google uses this information to analyse use of the Site,
to compile reports on Site activity and to provide other services related to
use of the Site and Internet. The IP address communicated by your browser for Google
Analytics is not cross-referenced with any other Google data.
Use of third-party tools
You can prevent Google from collecting data
extracted by the cookie concerning your use of the Site (including your IP
address) and the processing of this information by Google by downloading and
installing the browser module available via this link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=fr
PARENTHESE VACANCES uses Google Maps. This service
is used to display interactive maps showing geographic information. When using
this geolocation service, your IP address can be collected to identify your
Maps, available here: https://www.google.com/intl/fr_FR/help/terms_maps.html
You can also refuse the transmission of your IP address
to Google when using Google Maps. To do so, you must deactivate the Google Maps
In this case, you will not be able to use Google
Maps or display maps on this Site.
You will not be able to use Google ReCaptcha and
Site forms either.
How do I configure my cookies?
In compliance with applicable regulations
concerning the protection of personal data, you can turn off cookies any time
or delete them by consulting the user instructions for your browser and/or your
Please note that if you turn off cookies, your access
to the Site may be limited for technical reasons.
Instructions related to cookies for the most
commonly used browsers are available via the following links:
For more information on cookies, how to manage or
delete them, please read the CNIL presentation: www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies
PARENTHESE VACANCES uses web beacons on certain pages
of the Site to count the number of visitors.
These web beacons can be used with some of our
commercial partners, in particular to measure and optimise advertising.
The information collected by these web beacons is
anonymous and indicates only the visit rates of certain Site pages with the
objective of helping Site users.
References and links
When accessing other web pages via our Site, it is
possible that you may have to re-enter information, such as your name, address,
email address, browser references, etc. This Data Protection Policy does not apply
to the collection, communication or management of personal data by third parties
on other websites.
Third party suppliers apply their own conditions to
the collection, processing and use of personal data.
You are solely responsible for access to and use of
When consulting third party websites, we recommend
that you consult their personal data management policy before entering any
We update the Site regularly to ensure the best
We will inform you in good time of any modifications
If additional consent is required for our data
management procedure, you will be asked to renew your consent before the
application of any such modification.
You can access the latest version of our Data
Updated: 20 December 2021