Protection of personal data
The Centre des monuments nationaux and the Hôtel de la Marine recognise the importance of personal data protection and your privacy. The Centre des monuments nationaux is responsible for data processing. It collects and processes your data in line with regulations on personal data protection, in particular French law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on data, files and freedom, and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of 27 April 2016 no. 2016/679.
In this informational note, we explain how we collect, use and protect your personal data that could be collected as you browse the website hotel-de-la-marine.paris. We also explain what your rights are and how you can exercise them.
As a data processor, the Centre des monuments nationaux determines which data is collected and how it is used and protected. The Centre des monuments nationaux collects, processes and saves your data in line with legislation in force on protection of personal data (ie. EU regulation 2016/679 and national laws drawn up on this basis).
The Centre des monuments nationaux will collect personal data in the following cases:
The first two cases involve cookie filing. The two others involve the internet user filling in forms.
The ticket office section redirects the internet user to another website. For more information on collecting and processing data as part of this, please read the ‘Personal data’ page on this ticket office website.
Data that we could collect:
Internal cookies and website traffic
Registering traffic is based on consent.
Google Analytics measures website traffic. A cookie is filed once the internet user has consented to this (they accept this via a button or by starting to browse). At any time, their consent may be withdrawn.
This consent is given through the cookie manager Tarteaucitron. This cookie manager files a cookie themself (a cookie inside the website for operations) to save preferences concerning consent. This cookie lasts for 12 months.
Subscribing to the newsletter
Subscription to the newsletter is based on the internet user’s consent.
The following data is collected:
This data is kept for the duration of the subscription to the newsletter, then, once the subscriber has unsubscribed, for a duration of one year at the most.
Sending a message via a contact form
Collection of personal data as part of communication with an internet user is based on legitimate interest.
The following data is collected:
This data is kept for the whole time needed to process a file, then it is deleted.
The traffic-measuring cookie, Google Analytics, complies with Google’s user rules. The web browser from which you browse our website will, for example, send to Google the URL of the page visited and your IP address, and will read certain other cookies present.
Apart from this case, we do not share your personal data.
At any time and without cost, you can e-mail the Centre des monuments nationaux at email@example.com to:
For you to exercise these rights, you may be asked for proof of your identity.
If you are unsatisfied with our processing of your personal data, you can contact our data protection officer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or lodge a complaint with the CNIL, France’s public body for data privacy.
What security do we guarantee for your personal data?
Your personal data is processed securely through appropriate measures that we take to avoid violation of respect of your personal data. We limit access to your personal data to only strictly authorised recipients.
There are also procedures in place to detect and deal with any violation of respect of your personal data. If need be, you will be informed of such violation in line with regulations in force.