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The OT Paris-Saclay website may be mentioned on other websites or in other media and the use of hyperlinks to its content is also permitted, except in the case of websites or other media containing pornography or information of a controversial, xenophobic or generally sensitive nature.
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On certain pages of our website, you may be occasionally invited to enter personal information, such as your email and/or postal address, in order to write to us. When you provide personal information to Paris-Saclay Tourist Office, we may use such information for statistical purposes relating to our customers and influencers, or to enhance our products. The information you provide is never passed on to third parties. In accordance with Article 34 of the “Loi Informatique et Libertés” (French Data Protection Act), you are entitled to access, modify, rectify or delete any information concerning you. To exercise this right, simply send a written request, by postal or electronic mail, to Paris-Saclay Tourist Office.
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Data protection and privacy
Any collected information is processed electronically for the purpose of following up private exchanges between the internet user and the staff of Paris-Saclay Tourist Office, and may be used for information and marketing purposes.
Paris-Saclay Tourist Office has sole access to such data.
In accordance with the “Loi Informatique et Libertés” (French Data Protection Act) of 6 January 1978, internet users have the right to access, rectify, modify or delete any information concerning them. In order to exercise such rights, or to obtain details of such information, they can write to Paris-Saclay Tourist Office at the following address: Office de Tourisme Paris-Saclay – 4 bis rue de la division Leclerc – 91300 MASSY, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Data collected via the contact form – namely, the internet user’s email address, full name or company name or profession, contact details and query – enables our staff to answer such query.
When you visit our website, information on the browsing behaviour of your device (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) may be stored in “Cookie” files installed on your device.
What is a cookie?
A cookie equates to a small text file stored on the internet user’s device. Cookies have existed for 20 years and allow web developers to store data relating to internet users in order to make their navigation easier and enable certain features.
What is their purpose?
Cookies allow us to draw up statistics on browsing behaviour (e.g., number of visits, pages and topics consulted) in order to gain a better understanding of our visitors’ habits and enhance our website’s features and user-friendliness, for a more pleasant browsing experience.
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What happens if I disable cookies?
In order to use certain services proposed on our website, your browser must accept cookies. If you do not agree to accept cookies, or if you disable them, some of the Website’s features will not function properly and you will be unable to access all or part of the Website.
Which cookies do we use?
Google Analytics: These cookies are installed by Google Analytics and used to collect non-personal information on the browsing behaviour of our Website’s visitors. Such information is used to generate reports describing how our Website is used in order that we can improve it. These cookies collect anonymous information, including the number of visitors to our Website and the pages consulted. Google have developped an Opt-out Browser Add-on which can be used to stop data flow to Google Analytics even when cookies are enabled in your browser. For further details, please go to https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout