Personal data protection and Cookies

The data protection policy sets out below, the different rules that ONISR respects, as data controller, for the collection and processing of your personal data that is carried out from the site.

ONISR ensures that these processing operations comply with EU Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of personal data (hereinafter referred to as "GDPR"), as well as with the French law on the protection of personal data and the recommendations, referentials or any other binding decision of the institutions responsible for the protection of personal data.

Why does ONISR collect your data?

When you browse its website www.onisr.securite-routiere.interieur.gouv.fr, ONISR collects personal data about you. These data are processed for the following purposes:

  • For the proper functioning of the site, the measurement of its audience and the production of statistics, as part of the site management;
  • To answer your request via online contact forms;
  • Subject to your prior consent
  • To analyse your browsing and create profiles of site visitors (acceptance of advertising cookies)
  • To send you personalized messages;

ONISR would like to inform you about the tools it uses for audience measurement.

The editor is as follows: MATOMO whose personal data protection rules can be consulted at the following address: data privacy practices

What categories of data does ONISR use?

Only data strictly necessary for the intended purpose are collected and processed. The information marked with an asterisk on the forms is required for ONISR to process your request. This is the information you provide on the forms - identification data (surname, first name) and your contact details.

When you visit this website, information relating to your browsing may be stored in "Cookies" files stored on your device (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) by the site's server. You are informed of this deposit when you connect to the site and that several categories of cookies can be installed depending on your choice.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that contains information containing information (the name of the server that deposited it, an identifier in the form of a unique number, possibly an expiration date) that is stored on the hard drive of your device that you use to connect to the site. It is transmitted by a website server to your browser.

What cookies does ONISR use?

The ONISR uses:

  • Technical (or session) cookies: these cookies are essential for your navigation on the website and the use of its services. Their removal may interfere with the proper functioning of the website.
  • Audience measurement cookies: these cookies are used to measure the website's audience, the most visited pages to adapt its communication.
  • Advertising cookies: these cookies allow you to analyze your interests and propose personalized messages. Video cookies: these cookies allow you to access videos on the website that are distributed by third-party companies (Dailymotion, Youtube, Vimeo).


Youtube : Personal data protection policy
Dailymotion : Personal data protection policy
Viméo : Personal data protection policy

How to manage cookies?

The ONISR website offers you the possibility to disable cookies by clicking on the link: Cookie management (opens the cookie banner).
You can configure your browser software to accept all cookies, reject them systematically, accept only certain cookies according to their originator. The configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help menu of your browser.

Chrome
Firefox
Internet Explorer
Opera

Safari

With Chrome

  • Click on the three-point vertical icon located in the browser toolbar.
  • Select Settings.
  • Click on "Show advanced settings".
  • In the "Privacy" section, click on the "Content Settings" button.
  • In the "Cookies" section, you can block cookies and data from third-party sites.

With Firefox

  • At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button (Tools menu on Windows XP), then select Options.
  • Select the "Privacy and Security" panel.
  • Set Retention Rules: to "Use custom settings for history".
  • Uncheck "Accept cookies".

With Safari

  • Go to Settings > Preferences.
  • Click on the "Privacy" tab
  • In the "Block cookies" area, check the "Always" box.

With Internet Explorer 

  • Go to Tools > Internet Options.
  • Click on the "Privacy" tab.
  • Click on the advanced button, tick the "Reject" boxes.

With Opera

  • Go to Settings > Preferences.
  • Click on the advanced tab.
  • In the "Cookies" area, check the box "Never accept cookie

 

Who are the recipients of your data?

ONISR does not disclose any data to third parties. The recipients of your data are service providers authorised to process the data as part of the site management.

ONISR ensures the security and confidentiality of the personal data you provide via the site. Technical and organisational measures have been adopted, having regard to the nature of the data and the risks presented by the processing operations, to preserve the security of the data and, in particular, to prevent them from being distorted, damaged or accessed by unauthorised third parties. How long will your data be kept?

How long will your data be kept?

The data collected via the contact forms are kept for thirty-six (36) months for the contact forms.

Technical cookies are kept for the duration of the session. Audience measurement cookies and advertising cookies are stored for a maximum period of thirteen (13) months.

What are your rights?

In accordance with the regulations on the protection of personal data, you have rights over the data you provide and their processing by ONISRre. These rights are as follows:

  • a right of access, rectification and deletion of your data as provided for in Articles 15 to 17 of the DGPS;
  • the right to the portability of your data under the conditions provided for in Article 20 of the DGPS;
  • a right to object to their processing under the conditions provided for in Article 21 of the DGPS;
  • the right to limit the processing of such data under the conditions provided for in Article 23 of the DGPS;
  • the right to withdraw your consent at any time for processing operations subject to your prior consent;
  • the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority;
  • the right to access information relating to any automated decision-making (profiling for the purpose of personalizing communications) and the importance and expected consequences of such processing for you;
  • the right to define guidelines for access to your data in the event of death.