“Cookies” Policy


What is the purpose of this Policy?

We attach great importance to the protection of your personal data, which represents a guarantee of seriousness and trust for us, regardless of whether these data are “cookies” or identifying data.

The “Cookies” Policy aims to explain why we use “Cookies” when you browse our website.

However, this “Cookies” Policy only covers the processing of “Cookies”. For the other processing we do, please read our Privacy Policy, which is available at any time on our website.


What are “cookies” ?

“Cookies” are small “text” files that are hosted on your smartphone, tablet, or computer in order to allow you to browse our website.


What exactly are “cookies” used for?

“Cookies” are used to store certain information in order to recognise you when you come back to our website and also to better understand the way you browse our website to provide you with a high quality service.


What types of “cookies” do we use ?

We use precisely “cookies” which are necessary for the proper functioning of our website, which provide statistical data relating to your visits and your use of our website in order to improve our daily services.


What control do you have on our “cookies”?

“Cookies” that are necessary for the proper functioning of our website and for statistical purposes cannot be configured because their disability would have a main effect on your experience.

You may disable or erase other “cookies” at any time by changing your browser settings, even though we point out that disabling the use of cookies could impact the functionality of our website.

To configure your browser, we invite you to consult the help menu of the browser you are using from the following list: Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox et Opera.


Who can you contact for more information?

Our Data Protection Officer (“DPO”) is always at your disposal to give you a detailed explanation of how we process your personal data and to answer your questions on the subject at the following address dpo@stream.law.


How can you contact the French Supervisory Authority (the “CNIL”)?

You may at any time contact the French Supervisory Authority for personal data protection (the “Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés” or “CNIL“) at the following coordinates: Service des plaintes de la CNIL, 3 place de Fontenoy – TSA 80751, 75334 Paris Cedex 07 (France) or by telephone at +331.


Can the Policy be modified?

We may modify our “Cookies” Policy at any time to adapt it to new legal requirements and to new processing operations that we may implement in the future. You will of course be informed of any changes to this Policy.


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