Cookie Usage Policy
We also explain what your rights are regarding these cookies and how you can exercise them.
This charter gives you additional information to that which you find in the cookies banner that you see when you browse our site.
This Charter on Cookies is written in accordance with the General Regulation on the Protection of Personal Data ("GDPR") No. 2006/679.
WHO IS THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS CHARTER?
The persons responsible for processing are: Alexander BREWER, Data Protection Officer at Sulitest Impact
The contact email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT IS A COOKIE AND WHAT IS IT FOR?
A cookie is a tracker. When a user browses a website, it allows information to be collected about him/her.
When the user uses his/her computer, cookies are managed by your Internet browser (Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, etc.).
There are other types of cookies, in addition to cookies (invisible pixel, fingerprinting, local storage, etc.).
Some cookies are internal to the website, others are cookies placed on the site by third-party companies.
For simplicity, we will use the term "cookies" in this policy to refer to different types of trackers.
A cookie can collect various data about you, such as your computer's IP address, the browser you are using, the date and time of your connection, the pages you visit on the site, etc.
Generally, five types of cookies can be used on a site:
Cookies necessary for the operation of the site;
Cookies for personalizing content according to usage;
Analytical cookies (to measure the site's audience);
Social network sharing cookies.
WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES DO WE USE ON THIS WEBSITE?
The types of cookies that we use on the website are as follows:
Cookies allowing, facilitating the operation of the site.
WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS WITH REGARD TO COOKIES?
WHAT HAPPENS TO PERSONAL DATA AFTER DEATH - RIGHT OF ACCESS, DELETION, DELETION AND PORTABILITY OF DATA
The person concerned by a processing operation may define directives relating to the retention, deletion and communication of his or her personal data after death. These directives may be general or specific.
The data subject also has the right to access, object to, rectify, delete and, under certain conditions, portability of his or her personal data. The data subject has the right to withdraw his or her consent at any time if consent constitutes the legal basis for the processing.
The request must indicate the surname and first name, e-mail address or postal address of the data subject, and be signed and accompanied by valid proof of identity.
He or she may exercise these rights by contacting the owner of the site at the following e-mail address: email@example.com
The data subject has the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority (CNIL). When you consult our website www.sulitest.org, cookies (and other tracers) are deposited or read on the terminal you are using (your computer, your mobile or your tablet). This charter explains what types of cookies we use and for what purposes.