The Departmental Committee of Essonne Tourism processes personal data (hereinafter “Personal Data)” for you in connection with the use of this website (hereinafter the “Site”). As data controller, we are respectful of privacy and we protect the personal data of users of our website. This policy is to inform you of the collection arrangements, processing and use of your Personal Data and your rights regarding the protection of personal data under the provisions applicable in this field, including the law 78-17 January 6, 1978 relating to data, files and freedoms called “data Protection” in its latest version and with RGPD (General Regulation on data Protection) in force since May 25, 2018.

Scope of this personal data protection policy

This Policy sets out the principles and guidelines for the protection of your Personal Data, including the Personal Data collected on – or through – the Site. The Departmental Committee of Essonne Tourism  ; this policy applies regardless of the mode of collection or processing. The concept of Personal Information means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. A person is “identifiable” if it can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identification number or to one or more of its own. The “Non-Personal Information” correspond to information does not identify a person.

Responsible for processing

The controller of Your Personal Data is: the Departmental Committee of Essonne Tourism ; some technical services such as accommodation, deduplication, setting data quality, customer knowledge  are entrusted to our technical service. According to Article 28 of RGPD, that provider is bound by a strict confidentiality clause which forbids any use of data entrusted unscheduled him in the service contract, which requires it to implement technical measures and that meet the organizational security and data protection requirements.

Security and confidentiality of personal data

We consider your Personal Data as confidential. We strive to take reasonable technical measures to prevent possible loss or diversion when collecting or storing data that you provide us, and prevent any communication to unauthorized third parties. However, despite these measures, the Internet is an open system and we can not guarantee that unauthorized third parties will not defeat the measures in question or use your Personal Data for illegitimate purposes. Consequently, the Departmental Committee of Essonne Tourism  will know be held responsible for fraudulent recovery of your data for any purpose whatsoever.

The Site may include links to third party websites that may interest you.
The Departmental Committee of Essonne Tourism  has no control over the content of third party sites or the practices of these third parties in the protection of personal data they could collect. Consequently,  the Departmental Committee of Essonne Tourism disclaims any responsibility for the treatment of such third parties Your Personal Data. It is your responsibility to inform you about the personal data protection policies of such third parties.

Purpose of data collection

We process your data in whole or in part for the purpose of:

  • allow you to navigate on our Sites and Applications and adapt our content to your device   to improve your browsing;
  • store the information you have indicated in forms (for example your user account);
  • allow you to share our content on social networks;
  • enable you to purchase products or services;
  • you enable interactive and personalized use of the Sites and Applications;
  • understand your needs and interests and to provide the products and / services best suited;
  • allowing you to open and manage an account in order to access all features and options offered by the Sites and Applications;
  • send information and / or external communications;
  • organize contests (contact winners, endowments surrender, etc.);
  • send newsletters if you have agreed by checking the corresponding box,
  • analyze the audience and   the use of the Site
  • serve ads tailored to your interests;
  • analyze the performance of these ads;

The recipients of your Personal Data are our own management teams and technical service providers.

data collected

Personal Data may include the following:

Email address ;
Address ;
Birth date ;
Telephone number;
Password ;
Portrait photograph ;
IP adress ;

And any Personal Data that may be relevant for the purposes set out below.

Cookies and other plotters

Cookies or other similar tracers are files used by a server to communicate with the browser. Cookies are used to send status information when a user visits a site. The status information can be such a session identifier, a language, an expiration date, a response field, etc. Cookies are used to maintain, for their validity, when the browser status information access to the different pages of a website or when the browser later returns to that site. Only the issuer of a cookie can read or modify the information contained therein. There are different types of cookies:

  • Session cookies disappear when you exit the browser or the site;
  • persistent cookies that remain on your device until the end of their useful life (maximum 12 months) or until you delete them using the functionality of your browser.

You can access your cookie management panel to set the deposit and reading cookies.

How to disable cookies? 

Browser settings: Installing certain cookies is subject to your consent. When you first visit the Site, an information banner is displayed indicating that by continuing your site navigation, the above cookies will be installed on your equipment.

The cookies or tracers can take full advantage of the features of the Site. If your browser is configured to refuse all cookies or tracers, this can prevent the use of some of our services, what can not be responsible.

The forms

Subscribe to newsletters

Partners newsletters

By allowing this type of newsletter, you authorize the partners to the Departmental Committee of Essonne Tourism to send personalized emails, including commercial offers. You can unsubscribe anytime.

Newsletters from the Departmental Committee of Essonne Tourism

By allowing this type of newsletter, you authorize  the Departmental Committee of Essonne Tourism to send personalized emails. You can unsubscribe at any time from one of the emails received.  

Contact form

Data is transmitted by the site user wishing to send a note or a report. Information collected from this form is forwarded to the department in charge of managing the comments on the site of  the Departmental Committee of Essonne Tourism

Your rights

Pursuant to the applicable regulations for the protection of personal data, you have such a right of access, rectification,  erasure of your data and the right to obtain a copy of the personal data we hold in a structured electronic format (portability). You also have the right to oppose for legitimate reasons that personal data about you to be the subject of a treatment, and the right to object to your data being used for purposes of particular commercial prospecting. You can exercise your rights by sending your requests on our site

We are committed to respond to such requests within one month of receipt of the request . This period may be extended by two months, depending on the complexity and the number of applications received.

In case of dispute on the exercise of your rights, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the National Commission for Computing and Liberties.

Data retention

We keep your Personal Data only for a time necessary and proportionate to the purpose for which it was collected ie for a period of 3 years from the last exchange that you had with us and made to your initiative (connection including your account). Beyond the above periods, your data will be anonymised for statistical purposes or purely deleted.

Updating of this privacy policy

This privacy policy may be modified or modified at any time. You are invited to consult it regularly. For more practical information on the exercise of your rights, we recommend you to consult the website of the National Commission for Computing and Liberties, and more particularly the page