What is a cookie?
Cookies are text files that a website transfers to a user’s browser during a visit. They contain information unique to a user, so that the website recognises the user’s next visit.
We distinguish between two types of cookies: those dropped by ourselves, called first-party cookies, are necessary or functional; and those dropped by third parties, so-called third-party cookies, are related to audience analysis, advertising or social networks.
Audience analysis cookies
Audience analysis cookies allow us to improve the user experience. We use services such as Google Analytics to understand how our visitors arrive at the site and how they use it. Our partners, such as Google, drop audience analysis cookies on behalf of Electriciens sans frontières. If you do not allow these cookies, we have only limited ways of improving your user experience.
Third party cookies
These cookies are dropped by third-party sites, partners of the Electriciens sans Frontières site. You will be thus be able to find cookies dropped by Facebook and Google for their respective social networks. Disabling these cookies limits your use of these services (sharing of information on social networks).
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The personal data that we collect
When you use a contact form on this site, you agree that your personal data will be recorded by Electriciens Sans Frontières (site registration number at the CNIL: 1800794). This data will be used for correspondence purposes only. You have the right to access and modify your data at any time.
The recipients of this data are: Electriciens sans frontières. The personal data that is collected is confidential and will in no case be communicated to other people or companies.
The data retention period is five years. You have a right to: access, rectify, obtain and reuse, or delete this data or limit its processing. You can object to the processing of your personal data and have the right to withdraw your consent at any time by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also lodge a complaint with the supervisory authorities.