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This website, accessible from the URL address (hereinafter referred to as the “Site” or the “Website”), is published by Guinot SAS and is the property of Guinot SAS, commercially called GUINOT SAS, with capital of 10,200,000 euros, registered in the Nanterre Trade and Companies Register under number B 632 041 877 and whose intra-community VAT number is: FR 04 632 041 877

The publication director of this Website is Jean-Daniel Mondin, President of Guinot SAS.

Contact details

Head office: 120 Avenue Charles De Gaulle - 92200 Neuilly Sur Seine – France Tel: 33 (0) 1 58 58 41 00

Site Host

Company OVH SAS, with capital of 10,069,020 euros, Siren: 424 761 419 RCS Lille Métropole VAT number: FR 22 424 761 419

Head office: 2 rue Kellermann - 59100 Roubaix – France Tel: 1007

Terms of Service

Guinot SAS welcomes you to its Site By using the Site you accept these conditions of use without reservation. Any connection to the Site is subject to compliance with these general conditions of use, and by using the Site, you acknowledge having read and accepted them. With regard to underage Internet users, their parents or guardians are deemed to have accepted these general conditions of use on their behalf.

Access to the Site is free, and accessible at any time, but Guinot SAS cannot guarantee this access in all circumstances. Indeed, and in particular for reasons of maintenance, updating, or for any other reason that Guinot SAS does not control, access to the Site may be modified, updated, interrupted without notice.

Rules of use of the Site

You acknowledge having read these terms and you undertake to comply with their provisions.

User responsibility.

Connection to the Site is under your sole responsibility. You acknowledge that you have the skills and means necessary to access and use this Site.

You acknowledge having verified that the computer configuration used does not contain any viruses and that it is in perfect working order.

The user declares to accept the characteristics and limits of the Internet, and in particular acknowledges that Guinot SAS assumes no responsibility for the services accessible via the Internet and exercises no control of any form whatsoever over the nature and characteristics of the data that could pass through its server center.

You acknowledge that data circulating on the Internet is not protected, in particular against possible misappropriation. The communication of any information that you consider to be sensitive or confidential is done at your own risk.

You acknowledge that data circulating on the Internet may be regulated in terms of use or be protected by property rights. You are solely responsible for the use of the data that you consult, query and transfer on the Internet. You undertake to use the services of the Site as well as all the information to which you may have access only for purposes consistent with public order, good morals and the rights of third parties.

You agree not to commit any act that could jeopardize the computer security of the Site or the computer systems of other users.

You agree not to interfere or interrupt the normal operation of the Site. Any content downloaded is done at your own risk and under your sole responsibility. Consequently, Guinot SAS cannot be held responsible for any damage suffered by your computer or any loss of data following downloading.

Access to the Site may require the use of personal access codes. These means of authentication are personal and confidential. You must ensure confidentiality and you can of course modify them at any time.

Role of the Editor.

You declare that you accept the characteristics and limits of the Internet, and in particular, acknowledge that Guinot SAS assumes no responsibility for the services accessible via the Internet and exercises no control of any form whatsoever over the nature and characteristics of the data. which could pass through its server center.

Guinot SAS cannot be held liable for any direct or indirect, material or immaterial damage resulting from access to the Site, an interruption or malfunction of the Site, whatever the cause.

Intellectual property

All works integrated into the Site are the property of Guinot SAS. They are protected by the legislation relating to intellectual and artistic property in force in France, and by international conventions.

Any reproduction, distribution, modification, adaptation, retransmission or publication, even partial, of these various elements is strictly prohibited without the express written consent of Guinot SAS. This representation or reproduction, by any means whatsoever, constitutes an infringement punishable by articles L.335-2 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code.

Failure to comply with this prohibition constitutes an infringement which may result in civil and criminal liability for the infringer. In addition, Guinot SAS, owner of the copied content, could, if necessary, take legal action against you. Reproductions, on paper or computer media, of the said Site and the works reproduced there are only authorized provided that they are strictly reserved for personal use excluding any use for advertising and/or commercial purposes, and/or information and/or that they comply with the provisions of article L.122-5 of the Intellectual Property Code.


The pages of this Site may present links with other sites or make references to other sites. These links to are provided solely for the convenience of the user of this Site. They are activated under the sole responsibility of the user. Guinot SAS cannot be held responsible for any material, immaterial or moral damage, direct or indirect, for any cause whatsoever which results from the activation of the hypertext links available on the Site.

It is possible to create a link to the presentation page of this Site without express authorization from Guinot SAS. However, this Site should be displayed in a new browser window and subject to:

Mention the source which will point via a hypertext link directly to the targeted content.

Use information only for personal, associative or professional purposes. Any use for commercial or advertising purposes is excluded, without the prior written consent of Guinot SAS.

The website linking to the content of this Site must not disseminate information of a controversial, pornographic, xenophobic nature or which could, to a greater extent, undermine the integrity of Guinot SAS.

Thus, Guinot SAS reserves the right to request the deletion of a link that it considers not to be consistent with the purpose of its Site, Guinot SAS cannot be held responsible for the provision or content appearing on or obtained by the through these sites.

Computing and Freedom

Personal data is collected and processed on this Site, as part of the response to your request. They are kept for the time necessary to process your request, as provided for in the personal data protection charter. In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations, you have, subject to compliance with the legal obligations imposed on Guinot SAS in the context of its activity, a right of access, limitation, erasure, modification and rectification of information concerning you. You also have a right to object to the processing of your personal data and a right to object to profiling. You can exercise these rights at the following address: or the head office address indicated above.


These conditions are governed by French laws. Any disputes or disputes which may arise from the interpretation or execution of these conditions, and which could not be resolved amicably, will be submitted to the competent courts. The reference language for settling any disputes is French.

Consumer mediation

The consumer is informed of the possibility of resorting to consumer mediation for any disputes that may arise concerning the sale of our products. Referral to the mediator ( is only possible if the buyer has previously contacted our customer service and considers that they have not received a satisfactory response.


These notices may be modified at any time by Guinot SAS, in particular in order to comply with all French and European legislative and regulatory developments, updates are put online without notifying the user and are deemed to be accepted without reservation when you connect to the Site.



Guinot SAS undertakes to process your personal data in accordance with the general data protection regulations (“GDPR”) and the Data Protection Act. This charter (“Charter”) informs any natural person concerned (customer, prospect, visitor to the Site) of the way in which Guinot SAS processes personal data as well as the rights that this person has and how to exercise them.

1. What is personal data?

Personal data (“Data(s)” or “Personal Data(s)”) means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person, directly or indirectly, by reference to an identification number or to one or more several elements that are specific to it. Example: last name, first name, telephone number, email address.

2. Who are the people concerned?

The categories of people concerned by the processing are as follows: User of the Site

3. What Data is collected?

When you browse our Site, when you log in to your account, make requests, and/or when you log out, we collect the following categories of Personal Data:

Your browsing data: We receive and record information from your computer and browser, including your IP address, software and hardware, and the page you request. To find out more, we invite you to consult our cookies policy set out in paragraph 14 of this Charter.

4. Is the communication of Personal Data obligatory?

As for cookies, you have the option to accept or refuse them, except for certain cookies which are strictly necessary for the operation of the website. We invite you to consult our cookies policy set out in paragraph 14 of this Charter.

5. Why do we collect your Data?

We collect your Data in order to best manage our services and your requests.

  • Improve our website
  • Manage your rights requests

6. Privacy

Your Personal Data will not be sold, exchanged, transferred, or given to another company for any reason, without your consent, other than as necessary to fulfill a request and/or transaction under the Purposes stated above.

7. Who is the recipient of the Data?

We do not sell, trade or transfer your Personal Data to third parties. This does not include trusted third parties or contractors/partners who assist us in operating our website or conducting our business, so long as those parties agree to keep this information confidential, such as:

  • our host mentioned above;
  • third-party service such as Google Analytics

In certain situations, we are under a legal, regulatory and/or judicial obligation to share information in the context of investigations, preventive measures and/or decisions concerning illegal activities, suspected fraud, situations involving potential threats to the physical safety of any person, violations of our conditions of use, or when the law compels us to do so.

8. What guarantees in the event of transfer outside the European Union?

We guarantee, in the event of transfer of your Data abroad and particularly outside the European Union, to implement all appropriate measures to guarantee a sufficient level of protection of your data, such as:

Orient yourself towards countries recognized as adequate by the European Commission, that is to say offering protection equivalent to that guaranteed by the European Union;

Request the necessary authorizations from the Control Authority (for example the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés - CNIL for France) before any data collection if this requires it depending on the country;

Obtain guarantees of security and confidentiality from subcontractors by imposing strict contractual clauses while reserving the possibility of controlling them regularly, by conducting audits for example.

9. What are the retention periods of your Data?

Your Personal Data is stored by the site host and is kept for a period not exceeding twenty-four (24) months following the last update made by the registrant (CNIL recommendation No. 02-017 of March 21, 2002), except anonymization or legal obligation to keep certain data for a longer period.

Your Data is kept for a limited period corresponding to the purposes for which it was collected, with regard to the regulations in force and in compliance with legal, contractual, tax, social obligations and for the defense of the legitimate interests of Guinot SAS, to know :

Google Analytics over a period of 3 years

5 years from the end of the contractual relationship, this duration corresponding to the duration of the applicable legal limitation period, in the event of litigation.

You acknowledge that the data you communicate to us and which are stored in our information systems are accurate and constitute proof of your identity.

10. What are your rights over your Data?

In accordance with articles 14 to 22 of the GDPR and the Data Protection Act and subject to compliance with the legal obligations imposed on us in the context of our activity, you can exercise the following rights:

  • right of access: you can request a copy of the data which concerns you personally;
  • right of rectification: you can request the modification of data that is inaccurate about you;
  • right of opposition: you can object to us processing your data; if your request for opposition does not concern prospecting, we could, depending on the case, justify a refusal on the grounds that there are legitimate and compelling reasons to process the Data or that these are necessary for the observation, exercise or defense of rights in court, or that you have consented – you must then withdraw this consent and not object, or that a contract binds us, or that a legal obligation requires us to process your data in particular;
  • right to erasure: you can request that we erase the data concerning you;
  • right to object to profiling;
  • right to limitation of processing: you have the right to request that the processing of your Data be blocked for a certain period of time, for example while examining a dispute on your part regarding the use of your Data or a request exercise of rights.

Furthermore, when a person gives consent to the processing of their Personal Data, they have the option to withdraw it at any time. Finally, when a Personal Data violation likely to create a high risk for your rights and freedoms is detected, you will be informed of this violation as soon as possible.

You can formulate directives relating to the conservation, erasure and communication of your Personal Data after death, in accordance with article 40-1 of law 78-17 of January 6, 1978. These rights as well as these directives may be exercised and sent by writing to us at: Guinot SAS – DPO - 120 Avenue Charles De Gaulle - 92200 Neuilly Sur Seine or by email to:

To enable us to identify you quickly and respond to you, you will attach to your request any information allowing us to prove your identity (in particular a request made via your customer account or your email). A response will then be sent to you within 1 month of receipt of the request. In certain cases, linked to the complexity of the request or the number of requests, this deadline may be extended by 2 months.

You can also contact the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), the regulatory authority responsible for enforcing regulations on the protection of personal data in France, via the internet or by mail to the following address: Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés, 3 Place de Fontenoy - TSA 80715, 75334 PARIS CEDEX

11. What security measures are implemented?

Guinot SAS undertakes to take the necessary measures to guarantee the security of your Personal Data.

These measures include the following:

  • Identifying cyber risks
  • Control of access and authorizations
  • Data encryption
  • A secure IT environment

12. What Cookies can be placed?

A cookie is a small computer file, a tracer which makes it possible to analyze the behavior of users when visiting a website, reading an email, installing or using a software or a mobile application.

The cookies we use are listed below. These are text files stored and used to record personal and non-personal information regarding your browsing on the Website.

Guinot SAS may use them or other technologies that may collect or store Personal Data in order to improve the services provided to you.

You will be notified the first time you receive a cookie by displaying a banner at the bottom of the consultation page and you can choose to accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis or refuse them systematically, and this at any time.

You can choose to disable cookies by configuring your browser or through the cookie manager.

Please note, certain cookies, necessary for the operation of the Website, cannot be refused.

Publisher Type of Cookies Purposes Function, recipient and retention period Possibility of deactivating them

Google Google Analytics Analysis of user behavior on the website 3 years Yes

Guinot SAS reminds you that the settings may modify your conditions of access to its content and services requiring the use of cookies. Your prior consent to the insertion of cookies and trackers is valid for a maximum of 6 months.

For more information, you can contact Guinot SAS by the following means:

  • By telephone at the following number: 01 58 58 41 00
  • By email to the following address:

13. Update of the Charter

These notices may be modified at any time by Guinot SAS, in particular in order to comply with all French and European legislative and regulatory developments. Updates are posted online without notifying the user and are deemed to be accepted without reservation when you connect to the website.