Privacy policy

1. Personal data collected by CONIDIA CONIPHY and processing purposes

We can collect personal data that you send us via the contact information form online, or via content uploaded online. All contact and exchanges made with us via the website are registered.

These data are necessary to respond to enquiries of all users of the site

In order to provide its services, our company processes only personal data deemed necessary to treat your request for contact: full name, email address and telephone number.

The purpose of processing these personal data is principally to help us answer your requests.

We may also use the information that you send us via the site in order to communicate with you by email to inform you of products, services, offers, promotions and events which we believe will interest you. However, you always have the option of removing your consent to receiving this type of communication (refer to the section « Rights of internet users concerning their personal data » below).

2. Data storage and retention duration

Personal data are stored in our database and/or that of our service providers.

Our company commits to keeping your personal data for a maximum of 3 years after the last contact, unless legally obliged otherwise.

3. Personal data security

We use all the appropriate technical, organizational and administrative measures of security to avoid the loss, incorrect use, unauthorized access, release, alteration and destruction of all information that we hold.

Unfortunately no company or service can guarantee complete security. Non-authorized use or entry, hardware or software failure, and other factors occurring at any time could compromise the security of users’ information. 

4. Cookies and other monitoring technologies

Navigation on the website will likely lead to the saving of cookies on your computer.

The data obtained via these cookies aims to facilitate subsequent browsing of the site and also enable various measures of frequentation.

We also use Google Analytics, a web analytical service provided by Google, to better understand your use of our website and our services.

The purpose of Google Analytics cookies: These cookies allow us to monitor your browsing for future optimization purposes. The information collected comprises the number of visitors, the source and the detail on the visited pages. This information is used by Google in order to provide us with a report on the traffic on our site with the aim of helping us improve it.

5. Sharing of personal information

We do not sell, trade or rent your personal data to others. We may share information (including personal data) concerning our clients in certain circumstances:

-Suppliers, consultants and service providers:

We may share your information with third party suppliers, consultants and other service providers with whom we collaborate for the completion of certain activities in our name. These businesses include (for example) our payment service providers, site web analytics providers (for example Google Analytics), customer service software providers, service providers, messaging service providers and others.

-Commercial transfers:

We may choose to buy or sell assets and to share and/or transfer client information, in relation to the evaluation and the entering of such transactions. Furthermore, if our company (or our assets) are acquired, or if we close to business, enter into bankruptcy or suffer another loss of control, personal data could be one of the assets transferred to or acquired by a third party.

-Protection of CONIDIA CONIPHY and of others:

We reserve the right to access, read, hold and divulge as much information as necessary to comply with the law or with any judicial decision; to assert or apply past agreements with the clients or others; to protect the rights, property or security of CONIDIA CONIPHY and of its employees, users or other partners.

-Sharing in the interest of national security on a lawful basis:

In certain situations, we may receive valid requests from public authorities to share your personal information on a lawful basis and in the interest of national security

6. The rights of browsers concerning their personal data

If you wish to access, revise, update or delete any personal data that we hold, or exercise any other legal rights under the data protection act, you may contact us directly by email at

Our company commits to responding to your request in the shortest possible time frame and in a maximum of one month following its reception.

Please note that we may continue to use all personal information, clustered or anonymized from which you cannot be identified as an individual, and that we can also keep and use your information as long as necessary to meet legal obligations, solve conflicts or apply our business agreement.

– Cookies:

You may accept or refuse cookies when asked in a notification message during your first visit to our site. You can also update your preferences by modifying your internet browsing parameters.


Information concerning Google Analytics:

Google Analytics collect information on, for example, the frequency of visits of users to a website, the pages they consult and other sites they may have consulted before their visit. Google uses data collected to monitor and analyze website usage, to prepare reports on the activities made on these same sites and to share collected data with other Google services . Google may also use the collected data to adapt and personalize the content of its own advertising network. The capacity of Google to use and share the information collected via Google Analytics concerning the websites you have visited is limited by the Global terms of service of Google Analytics and the Google privacy policy. Google offers a means to withdraw consent on the internet, available here.


7. Links to other websites

To improve your browsing experience, hyperlinks to other sites may be published on our site. We cannot be held responsible for the privacy policies practiced on these sites or by companies over which we have no authority. The privacy policy outlined above does not apply to these sites.

We do not endorse any of these sites, their content or any of the services and products described within. We encourage you to verify the privacy policy practiced on each of the sites you wish to consult to better understand how your personal information collected by them will be used and protected.

8. Responsibility

We decline responsibility for any malfunctioning of our website which may lead to loss of data or of access to information within. We cannot guarantee the exhaustive nature or the reliability of the information present on our site, or the absence of modifications introduced by a third party (intrusion, virus). You are responsible for your use of the content on our site.

Elements present on our site may be changed at any moment without warning, and made available to users with no guarantee of any sort, express or implied.


User: Browser connecting to and using the aforementioned website.

Personal information: « information allowing, in whatever form, directly or not, the identification of the individual concerned » (article 4 of the French data protection act n° 78-17 of the 6th January 1978).