Our confidentiality policy
Latest GDPR update: July 2020
Information on how we process, manage and store the personal data you provide via our website : https://www.kimhyunjoong-france.com.
User: An online user who connects to the aforementioned website.
Personal information: “The information that allows the natural persons to whom it pertains to be identified by any manner, whether directly or indirectly” (Article 4 of law n°78-17 dated 6 January 1978).
Principal French laws concerned
Law n°78-17 dated 6 January 1978, amended on 1 January 2020, pertaining to IT, files and liberties 5
Law n°2004-575 dated 21 June 2004, amended on 1 January 2020, pertaining to processing in the digital economy.
Article L. 226-13 of the French Penal Code (version dated 1 January 2002) and the European Directive dated 24 October 1995.
The databases are protected under the provisions of the law dated 1 July 1998 implementing Directive 96/9 dated 11 March 1996, pertaining to the legal protection of databases.
No personal information belonging to users of the https://www.kimhyunjoongfrance.com website are published without their awareness, nor traded, transferred, forwarded or sold to third parties in any format.
The https://www.kimhyunjoong-france.com website collects and processes personal information concerning users, particularly when users:
- Browse the website and visit its pages (via cookies)
- Send emails using any forms that may be present on the website, or directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org(Art. 1B – GDPR)
- Register to the photo gallery (name, username, email address and IP address)
- Visit page URLs on the https://www.kimhyunjoong-france.com website.
We collect the information provided, notably concerning the user’s Internet service provider for statistical purposes, the device type and browser used for service improvement purposes, and the user’s Internet (IP) address for log-in and website protection purposes.
Users knowingly provide this information when they browse the website, and when they input their own information themselves, notably upon registering for the gallery. Users may revoke their registration at any time, without reason or justification.
COLLABORATING WITH EXTERNAL SERVICE PROVIDERS
In order to run our website, and in cases where we collaborate with external service providers to process data, our service providers may also be required to process personal data. Our service providers are selected with the greatest of care, and are overseen by our teams. They process data exclusively in line with our instructions, and are bound by this data protection policy.
Upon browsing the https://www.kimhyunjoong-france.com website, cookie(s) may be stored on users’ computers. Cookies are small files that cannot identify a user, but memorise and store information pertaining to a computer’s browsing activity on a given website. Some cookies are essential to the website running as intended (and are solely intended for this purpose).
The following cookies are installed by this website:
|Name of cookie||Expiry||Description|
information and user information (usernames).
This website uses Google Analytics for audience-measuring purposes.
When you visit the https://www.kimhyunjoong-france.com for the first time, a banner pops up to inform you that these cookies are being used, and invites you to select which you choose to accept or refuse. These cookies will only be stored if you accept them, or if you continue to browse by clicking over to a second page at https://www.kimhyunjoong-france.com. You can configure your cookie preferences to accept or decline them at any time by clicking on Manage cookies. However, please note that choosing to block cookies may result in you being unable to access some services.
Your permission is requested again every 12 months.
The following cookies are installed by Google Analytics:
|Name of cookie||Description|
|_ga||Website viewing statistics: counts
how many times a device visits the website.
|_gid||Identifies returning users
within 24 hours of first viewing the website.
|_gat_gtag_[website ID]||Website ID code used to track visits.|
Some third-party services on the website may install cookies against our will. Please get in touch should you come across cookies of this type, where consent is not handled by the https://www.kimhyunjoong-france.com website.
YOUTUBE – PLUGINS
Although our website displays YouTube content run by Google, the YouTube website is operated by YouTube, LLC, 901 Cherry Ave, San Bruno, CA 94066, USA, a subsidiary of Google. When users visit a YouTube content page, their browser connects to YouTube’s servers directly, and collects the content for them to view. This process is governed by Art. 6 Paragraph 1 f) of the GDPR (section covering ‘legitimate interests’, based on our goal of offering a website with the most interesting and appealing content possible).
Upon embedding YouTube content, a user’s browser interacts with a U.S.-based YouTube server that may save the content collected by the browser. To date, the European Commission has not ruled that the United States generally offers sufficient levels of data protection. However, as a Google subsidiary, YouTube has undertaken to comply with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield published by the United States Secretary of Commerce on collecting, using and storing personal data sourced from the EU’s Member States. More information can be found here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/7105316?hl=fr.
If a user is logged in to their YouTube account, they automatically authorise YouTube to link their browsing behaviours directly to their personal profile. Users can prevent this by logging out of their YouTube account prior to visiting our website.
For more information on how user data is processed, please check YouTube’s (as a subsidiary of Google) confidentiality policy at the following address: https://www.google.fr/intl/de/policies/privacy
VIMEO – PLUGINS
Applicable in the event that our website embeds videos from video service provider Vimeo. Vimeo is operated by Vimeo, LLC, with head offices located at 555 West 18th Street, New York, New York, New York 10011. When users visit a Vimeo content page, their browser connects to Vimeo’s servers directly, and collects the content for them to view. This process is governed by Art. 6 Paragraph 1 f) of the GDPR (section covering ‘legitimate interests’, based on our goal of offering a website with the most interesting and appealing content possible).
Upon embedding Vimeo content, a user’s browser interacts with a U.S.-based Vimeo server that may save the content collected by the browser. To date, the European Commission has not ruled that the United States generally offers sufficient levels of data protection. However, Vimeo has undertaken to comply with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield published by the United States Secretary of Commerce on collecting, using and storing personal data sourced from the EU’s Member States.
If a user is logged in to their Vimeo account, they automatically authorise Vimeo to link their browsing behaviours directly to their personal profile. This process can be avoided by logging out of your Vimeo account and clearing the relevant Vimeo cookies prior to using our website. For more information on Vimeo’s confidentiality policy and how the company processes data, please check: https://vimeo.com/privacy.
Users can also configure their computers’ settings in the following way to prevent cookies from being installed:
Internet Explorer: Use the “Tools” tab (gear icon in the top right)/Internet options. Click on “Privacy” and select the “Block all cookies” option. Click “OK”.
Firefox: At the top of the browser window, click on the Firefox button and head to the “Options” tab. Click on the “Privacy” tab. Configure settings to “Firefox will: Use custom settings for history”. Uncheck the box to block cookies.
Safari: In the top right of the browser, click on the menu icon (gear symbol). Select “Settings”. Click to display advanced settings. In the “Privacy & Security” section, click on “Content Settings”. In the “Cookies” section, you can choose to block cookies.
Chrome: In the top right of the browser, click on the menu icon (three horizontal lines). Select “Settings”. Click over to advanced settings. In the “Privacy and Security” section, click on settings. In the “Privacy” section, you can choose to block cookies.
If you have any general questions or suggestions regarding data protection, please contact us by post or send an email to email@example.com.
Latest GDPR update: July 2020