Last updated : september 2020

Amaury Sport Organisation (hereinafter indiscriminately "A.S.O." or "We"), Data Controller of the Data of Our institutional Website (hereinafter the "Site") knows that you value how Your personal data is handled and recognizes the importance of protecting and respecting Your Privacy. That's why we implement all security and security measures to protect Your data.First (A), we explain in this "Privacy Statement" ('Statement') why and how We collect and process Your Data in Our Institutional Site, with whom and how We are likely to share it and, most importantly, Your privacy rights and how You can exercise them.In a second time (B), We explain to You what a cookie is, how cookies are used in the Site and how You can set them up.When We refer to both documents, the Notice and the Cookie Policy, We will commonly name them the "Document."Should You have any questions about the Notice or The Cookie Policy, please contact our DPO at the next

A.      Privacy Statement
I.                Definitions

In this Policy, words or phrases beginning with a capital letter refer to the terms defined in the General Terms of Use and, failing that, will have the definition of Article 4 of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (known as "GDPR"):   "Consent" of the person concerned means any freely given, specific, informed and unambiguous indication of the Data subject's wishes by which he or she, by a statement or by a clear affirmative action, signifies agreement to the processing of personal Data relating to him or her. We will ask for Your Consent to be able to process Your Data in specific cases such as receiving marketing communications from Our partners.   "Data Controller" means the natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body which, alone or jointly with others, determines the purposes and means of the processing of personal Data; where the purposes and means of such processing are determined by Union or Member State law, the controller or the specific criteria for its nomination may be provided for by Union or Member State law. In this case, A.S.O. will be considered as Data Controller when it is the Organizer of an Event. "Data   Processing"  ‘processing’ means any operation or set of operations which is performed on personal data or on sets of personal data,  whether or  not  by  automated  means, such  as  collection, recording, organisation, structuring,  storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction;  "Data Processor" means a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or other body which processes personal Data on behalf of the controller. A.S.O will be considered a Processor when it organizes Events on behalf of other organizations, for example.   "Personal   Data"  (“Data”)  means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (hereinafter the “person concerned”); a person concerned is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location Data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person; "Recipient" means a natural or legal person, public authority, agency or another body, to which the personal data are disclosed, whether a third party or not.  However,  public authorities  which may  receive personal data  in  the framework  of  a  particular inquiry  in  accordance with  Union  or  Member State  law  shall  not  be  regarded as recipients; the processing of those data by those public authorities shall be in compliance with the applicable data protection rules according to the purposes of the processing. In this case, A. S. O. can send Your data to its Partners or share them with Social Networks where You can follow Our pages; "Social Networks" refers to sharing spaces on the Internet that allow the User of the Site to follow the various sporting events organized by A.S.O.  to share photos and videos with their friends and fans who make up their "social network". "User" refers to any Visitor of the Site. "You”, “Your” refer to the User of the Site.

II.              Which Data do We collect and for which Purposes?

Since You visit to the Site does not require any account creation, the only Data we collect is through Your navigation on the Site: ·       The Information about the browser and the operating system You use;·       The hashed IP address of the device you're using;·       The web pages you visit;·       The Links you click on while you browse the Site; ·       More information is given about this, including life cycle of the cookies, within ourCookie Policy(B).

III.            Recipients of Your Data:

The main objective of the Site is to show Our activities, the sporting events which We organize and allow you to access our job offers. So, when You browse the Site, you can access the third-party sites of Our Events, the "recruitment" site of A.S.O. as well as the official A.S.O. social media pages of A.S.O. and Our Events.Because the Site is hosted in our Data Processor servers, we share your data with: ·       Our Data Processor, host of the Site·         Social Networks.

III.1 Our Data Processor, the Host of the Site:  SKALE-5

The Site is hosted by  SKALE -5 servers, located in France:     SCALES-533 Avenue des Champs Élysées75008 PARIS

III.2   Social Networks

You can follow A.SO. as well as the events We organize through the Social Networks: Dailymotion, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


A.S.O. cannot control how Social Networks use Your Data when, by clicking on their button, You are redirected to their sites, and therefore cannot be held responsible if they misuse Your Data. We strongly recommend You to carefully read each Social Network's Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy so that you can be aware of how your Data is used and how You can exercise your rights.

Ⅲ. 3. Public authorities

In very limited cases and regulated by law, ASO is likely to disclose Your data to public bodies which would request them for the purpose of ensuring public safety and yours.

IV.            What are Your Rights and How Can You Exercise Them?

IV.1 Your rights

According to the Applicable Data Protection Regulations, including the Act N° 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on Information Technology, Data Files and Civil Liberties as amended in 2018, and The Regulation (EU) 2016/679, You have the rights of access, rectification, deletion, limitation of processing, opposition and portability of Your Data, in accordance with Articles 15 to 21 GDPR.
IV.2 How can you exercise them?

You can exercise your rights by filling out the form, available on: also have the right to refuse to be the subject of an automated individual decision made based on Your Data, in accordance with Article 22 of the RGPD.We inform you that, in accordance with Section 12 of the RGPD, we may ask you for a copy of a document attesting your identity, in order to verify that your identity has not been spoofed.Finally, you have the right to lodge a complaint before the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés(CNIL)if you think that we do not respect your rights.B. Cookies Policy

I. What is a cookie?

Cookies are bits of data or tracking files which can be stored in the browser of Your computer, smartphone, table or connected TV. Cookies attribute a unique identifier to Your device, which allows to the Site to remember Your actions and Your preferences (as Your location, the language You use, the font size You prefer and other displaying preferences) during a specific legal period. Thus, You do not need to give Us certain information every time You browse on Our Web Site. Cookies can also help You to personalize Your Browsing experience. Cookies allow Us to know you better, personalize Your user experience, propose offers and products fitting to Your interests and ease the navigation through the Site.

II. Different types of cookies

There are two main categories of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. Session cookies allow to the Web Site to follow up Your browsing from one page to another so that You are not required to give every time the same information. These cookies remain in Your device until You quit Your browser, disappearing at its closure. Persistent cookies help the Web site to remember Your information and Your settings when You visit the Web Site in the future. It results in a faster and better access for You. At Your first visit, the Web site is on by default mode. During Your visit, You select Your preferences which will be stored, recorded and used the next time You browse through the Web site, thanks to the use of persistent Cookies. Persistent cookies fall into two categories: Our Cookies Third-party cookies

I. Our Cookies The cookies We deposit are used for the purposes described below, subject to Your own choices that result from Your settings of the Consent Management Platform ("CMP"), available on  Our Site at the bottom of the page, by clicking on  "Cookie Settings."  

1.    Technical Cookies, so-called Essentials These cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the Site and for Your navigation in the Site. Without them, You would not be able to browse the Site or could not use some of its functions. Because these cookies are essential, they cannot be deactivated. These cookies do not store any personal data. This is why their status appears as "Always Active." 

2.    Functionality Cookies: These cookies allow you to set up Your site displaying preferences. They allow the Site to remember Your choices, including the site’s displaying language. These cookies also allow You not to have to set up Your choices at each one of Your connections and to see messages intended for a user's first connection.

3.    Analytics Cookies: These cookies allow us to analyze Your browsing on Our Site, to make statistics and to improve Your user experience. The analyses are carried out on anonymized aggregated data. For example, analytics cookies show us the most frequently visited pages, allow us to better understand the overall usage habits of the Site and to anticipate the difficulties you are likely to encounter when browsing. These cookies allow us to improve the Site and do not collect personal data.  

4.    Targeted Advertising Cookies These cookies collect information about Your browsing habits in order to propose You advertising according to Your interests.  

II. Third-party cookies Since A.S.O. does not manage cookies deposited by Social Network sites, we are not responsible for how they use Your Data. We invite you to read carefully each third-party partner's privacy policy and cookie policy to understand how your Data is processed. You'll also be able to learn how to disable them by following their instructions.  

1.    Social Network Cookies and Videos These cookies from third-party apps allow you to follow our events, follow us on the official social networks pages.  These cookies also allow Social Networks to offer you personalized advertising based on your interests.  We have no control over the process used by Social Networks to collect Your information or Your Data about your browsing on our site and how they can associate this Data it with Your personal data they have. We invite you to read carefully their privacy and cookie policies in order to find out the purposes of use, including advertising, of the browsing information collected by them. Their respective policies must inform You about Your rights, how to exercise them and how to set up your consent. Dailymotion: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram:

III. Setting cookies

1.    Through Our Consent Platform – CMP (recommended) Our Site allows you to set up cookies deposited on our Site by clicking "Cookie Settings” at the bottom of the page. You can revoke your choices at any time.

2.    Setting up your web browser Some internet browsers allow you to set up cookies and tracers for each purpose, both on your fixed devices and on your portable devices. On each browser the configuration may be different as well as the vocabulary used.  Depending on which browser you use, you'll need to go to "Options," "Preferences" or "Advanced Settings" in order to set up your "Privacy and Security," "Privacy," or "Privacy and Security." Then, you can select, finally by purpose, the Cookies that you agree to deposit on your device as well as the Permissions you give to the Sites (location, images, microphone, virtual reality, etc.). Example: Firefox :
1.              Go to OPTIONS
2.              Click on “Privacy and security”
3.              Go to “Cookies and Site Data”
4.              You can decide either to remember or not and Clear History
5.              Finally, by going to “Permissions” You can set up the permissions for each type of Data.

You may also decide to keep or delete cookies when you leave the browser. Some browsers use the "Do Not Track” button, which is not always understood by sites, and especially by advertising agencies, as a "Privacy and Security" setting. If you want more information on how to properly set up your "Privacy and Security" in each of the major browsers, we invite you to read CNIL's recommendations on its website: You'll find all the explanations for setting up the cookies and similar technologies to connect to our Site. A.S.O. is not responsible for the Privacy Policy or the Browser Cookie Policy and cannot be held responsible for their non-compliance with the applicable Regulations. We recommend You read their Cookies Policy and/or Privacy Policy. Be aware that the "DoNotTrack" setting proposed by some versions of browsers is not always interpreted by all players as an opposition to tracing by advertising agencies and is therefore not enough to reflect Your choice.

IV. Keeping Cookies If you consent to the deposit of Cookies on your terminal, these will be kept for up to thirteen (13) months from their deposit on your terminal. When this deadline expires (or if you manually deleted your cookies), Your Consent for the deposit and/or playback of cookies will be required again and You will need to re-set Your Choices directly by accessing The Cookie Settings In case You have refused cookies, we will ask You again six months later. Detail of Cookies

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