I. mandatory part
Carrefour du sex strictly applies the law 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to "information technology, files and freedoms" as well as the ethical principles deriving from it as to the personal data that you may be brought to us to communicate as part of an order placed on our website.
1. transmission of personal data to third parties
The personal data collected during your registration for the newsletter, the auctions, the creation and the filing of written comments, (photographs and videos included) are used for the purpose of enabling Carrefour du sex to identify the Authors. Unless expressly authorized by you collected on the site, your personal data is not transmitted to third parties by Carrefour du sex.
2. right of access and rectification of data transmitted
As provided for in article 34 of the law "Informatique et Libertés " of 6 January 1978, you have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete the data concerning you. You can exercise it by contacting us:
18 rue du Rouachier
3. Declaration to the CNIL
The collection and automated processing of personal and nominative information and the addressees of this information have been defined, declared and authorised by the CNIL.
II. beyond the legal obligations
Beyond the legal obligations, Carrefour du sex is committed to the following ethical rules:
Cookie files are registered in your browser's memory. Their lifespan is permanent. They contain a unique browser identifier. They constitute the history of the visits to our site and on each of its pages. You always have the option to set your browser to refuse these cookies without altering your browsing on our site.
2. use of e-mails
Once you place an order on our site you give us your email details that are used to track your order. These contact information is also used to send you our newsletters about our products. If you no longer wish to receive information from Carrefour du sex, we always give you the possibility by mail back or by clicking on the link in the e-mails, to unsubscribe from this mailing list.
This site is published by:
18 rue du Rouachier
N ° siret: 75361574900011
Director of publication: David Maurel
Information on online dispute resolution in accordance with art. 14 paragraph 1 of the RLL (online dispute resolution):
The European Commission allows consumers to resolve online disputes on one of its platforms, in accordance with art. 14 paragraph 1 of the RLL. The platform (https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr/main/index.cfm?event=main.home.show&lng=FR) acts as a site where consumers can try to settle out of court disputes occurring when purchasing goods or services online.