Cookies

Blind Me uses cookies and similar technologies for the following reasons: to facilitate the Member to access the site, to study their habits and, more generally, to provide a better and faster experience. This document does not explain the way we use the information collected by cookies. For further details on the analysis of your personal data, please read the Privacy policy.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small-sized file placed on the terminal of the member. These cookies may record personal information concerning the member.

Blind Me takes all the necessary measures to guarantee the protection, the safety as well as the confidentiality of this data.

What cookies do we use?

- Cookies that are necessary for the operation of the service. These cookies enable the navigation on the site.

- Cookies analysing the audience and usage of our services. These cookies help to explain where our users come from and produce anonymous statistics of the application's visits.

The data is collected for a maximum period of 13 months as recommended by the CNIL.

The use of some cookies can only be allowed after receiving the consent of the user. The Members express their consent when they see a pop-up regarding the cookies and choose to pursue the navigation of the site. You can remove your consent at any time and it is free of charge.

However, by refusing the use of cookies, you expose yourself to the risk of a slower and less efficient user experience. In that case, we decline our responsibility regarding the consequences of the less efficient service.

Pursuant to the French law “Informatique et Liberté” of 6 January 1978, each Member has the right to access their data, to rectify it, and to decline the analysis of such data. You can exercise your right by contacting us at: BLIND 18 rue du chant du merle, 31400 Toulouse FRANCE or by email at: [email protected]

How to decline?

You may decline the use of cookies by modifying the settings of your browser.

For more information about the use of cookies

If you need further information about the use of cookies please consult CNIL’s website : http://www.cnil.fr/vos-droits/vos-traces/les-cookies/


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