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Legal notices

I. Publisher and Person in charge of Publication

The website www.bobijoo.fr www.bobijoo.fr (hereinafter “BOBIJOO”) is used by the society ANGELYK, a One-person Limited Liability Company with share capital of 10 000€
ZAE Emile Carles - 1 impasse de Bel Air
34230 SAINT-PARGOIRE
Tél: +33 6 67 37 94 55
Intra-community VAT Number: FR 62 799983978
Montpellier Registry of Trade and Companies n° 799 983 978

Publication Director: Angélique Biscuit

II. Intellectual Property Rights

All texts, comments, illustrations, images and photos offered on this site are published by BOBIJOO or its partners and remain their respective property.

As such and in accordance with the provisions of the Code of Intellectual Property, any use, total or partial reproduction or public dissemination of such information and documents is strictly prohibited, without the prior permission of BOBIJOO.

Conversely, BOBIJOO respects the intellectual property of others. If you believe that your work has been copied in a manner that constitutes a copyright infringement, that your jewel, accessory or trademark has been used without permission, or that your intellectual property rights have been infringed, please please contact BOBIJOO with the following information:

The description of the work protected by copyright, trademark or other intellectual property that you claim to have been infringed
Your address, phone number and email address
The link of the ad concerned
For smart people who would like to reproduce our creations without our authorization know that the brand "BOBIJOO Jewelry" is a registered trademark and registered at the INPI.

All our creations are also protected and our molds have been made exclusively for us and under contract with our partners.

You are therefore warned! :)

III. Protection of Personal Data

The Data Protection Act defines the principles to be respected when collecting, processing and storing personal data. It also guarantees a certain number of rights for the persons concerned. The respect of these principles allows you to carry out your steps.

PRINCIPLE 1: THE FINALITY -> DEFINE THE OBJECTIVES OF THE FILE
Before any collection and use of personal data, the data controller must precisely announce to the people concerned what they will serve him. These objectives, called "goals", must respect the rights and freedoms of individuals. They limit how the manager can use or reuse this data in the future

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PRINCIPLE 2: RELEVANCE -> CHECKING THE RELEVANCE OF DATA

Only the data strictly necessary for achieving the objective can be collected: this is the principle of minimizing the collection. The controller should not collect more data than he really needs. He must also pay attention to the sensitive nature of certain data.

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PRINCIPLE 3: CONSERVATION -> LIMITING DATA RETENTION

Once the goal of data collection is achieved, there is no longer a need to keep them and they need to be removed. This storage period must be defined in advance by the controller, taking into account any obligations to retain certain data.

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PRINCIPLE N ° 4: RIGHTS -> RESPECT THE RIGHTS OF PEOPLE

Data concerning individuals can be collected on the essential condition that they have been informed of this operation. These persons also have certain rights that they can exercise with the organization that holds these data concerning them: a right to access these data, a right to rectify them and finally a right to oppose their use.

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PRINCIPLE N ° 5: SECURITY -> SECURING DATA

The data controller must take all necessary measures to ensure the security of the data he has collected but also their confidentiality, that is to say to ensure that only authorized persons can access it. These measures can be determined according to the risks weighing on this file (sensitivity of the data, objective of the treatment ...)

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IV. Cookies

To find out more about our privacy policy, you will find all the information clearly and accurately by clicking here

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file placed on your computer, mobile or tablet that collects data about how you browse our site.

Why, is it necessary to accept cookies?

For you: Cookies allow us to offer you targeted advertising tailored to your interests, but also to improve access to our site and identify regular visitors. Thanks to cookies, we can also remind you of your preferences during browsing and during future visits.

For us: reading cookies allows us to improve our site by performing statistics and audience measurements to optimize it to facilitate navigation during your purchases.

We draw your attention to the fact that this use of cookies is in no way linked to personally identifiable information on our site.

What are the cookies we use?

- Browsing cookies: these cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of our site and related to the functionalities of use such as the storage of your basket until the confirmation of your order.

- Performance cookies: We use this type of cookies in order to collect anonymous statistics on the users' browsing on the site. These data allow us to improve our site, correct the navigation problems encountered by visitors and also to appreciate the success of the commercial operations that we set up.

- Functional Cookies: These cookies are used to remember the choices you make on the site, (such as the storage of products you have recently viewed or your country of delivery). These cookies have the function of customizing your navigation on bobijoo.fr and this according to the choices you have made in your previous visits.

- Advertising cookies: they allow us to know if you have made a purchase on our site after clicking on a link or banner of a partner in order to pay the latter. They also allow us to know your browsing habits in order to personalize according to your tastes the advertising addressed to you. These are provided by third parties.

Setting your preferences on cookies

You can accept or refuse the deposit of cookies at any time.

Most web browsers are configured by default so that cookies are allowed to be posted. Your browser offers you the opportunity to change these standard settings so that all cookies are rejected systematically or that only part of the cookies is accepted or refused according to their issuer. Your browser also allows you to delete existing cookies on your device.

ATTENTION: We draw your attention to the fact that the refusal of the deposit of cookies on your terminal is likely to alter your user experience as well as your access to certain services or features of the site.

Each internet browser has its own settings for managing cookies. To find out how to change your cookie preferences, here are the links to the help you need:

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For more information on cookies, you can consult the dedicated page on the website of the C.N.I.L.

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V. Hosting and Outsourcing

Hosting: ONLINE (Online SAS - BP 438 - 75366 Paris CEDEX 08 - RCS Paris B 433 115 904)

outsourcing: DUTIKO (Dutiko SAS – 37, rue des Mathurins – 75008 Paris - RCS Paris B 789 041 217)