The IP address is an identification number that is permanently or temporarily assigned to each connection to a computer network, using the Internet Protocol.
So-called personal data is data that can be used to identify you or that we can associate with you. This includes any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural or legal person (by grouping of information). This data includes in particular and by way of example the last name, first name, postal address, domicile or residence, company name, registered office, e-mail address, telephone number, age, profession, professional status, or position held within a company, etc.
CMS is the acronym for Content Management System. It is the system managing the content displayed on a website.
It is the action by which a natural or legal person agrees to the collection and processing of his or her personal data after having been clearly informed of the purpose of the processing.
A cookie is a text file that the site you are visiting stores on the hard disk or in the browser memory of the computer you use to access the internet. A cookie allows your computer to store various technical data allowing to control the public access to a website (number of visits, duration of the visit, connection to other websites, etc.) or the customisation of the displayed pages for your future interactions with the same website (your account, most visited pages, etc.)
Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA)
A PIA is a detailed study to establish the privacy risk that a personal data processing could have on the privacy of data subjects if an incident were to occur.
A file is any set of personal data whose structure makes it possible to search for the data by data subject.
Purpose of processing
The purpose of processing is the reason why the data is collected and processed.
A plugin or plug-in is a computer program designed to add functionality to other software (called host software). For example, social network buttons. Equivalent terms: "Plug-in", "Add in", "Add on".
Data subject is any natural or legal person subject to personal data processing.
The controller is the natural or legal person on whose behalf the processing is carried out. He/she determines alone or jointly the purposes of the processing.
The processor is any natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body which processes personal data on behalf of the controller. For example, a website host or an online service provider, especially for mail services.
Tags or HTML tags are the basic elements of HTML coding for a web page. They are invisible to the Internet user (except by activating the display of the source code). They are interpreted by the browser to compose the page.
They allow the formatting and structuring of content and some are specifically taken into account by search engine algorithms to establish the page score on a request and the restitution of results.
Any operation or set of operations which is performed on personal data, whether or not by automated means, such as collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation, alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination as well as restriction, erasure or destruction.