Personnal data and cookies
Welcome to the https://cstjf-pau.total website. By connecting or consulting the website, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and accepted, without limitation or reservation, the personal data and cookies charter (hereafter referred to as the "charter") and our general terms and conditions of use. Please note that other general terms and conditions and personal data and cookies charters apply to other Total group websites and we recommend that you read them carefully.
The purpose of the charter is to inform you of the rights and freedoms that you may exercise with reference to our use of your personal data, and describes the measures we implement to protect them.
Pascal BRETON is the "data controller" in charge of personal data for this website. The processing of this data is carried out in accordance with the applicable law.
1. Purpose of processing the data collected, legal basis and period of retention
When you visit the website, you may need to provide us with a certain amount of personal data such as your first and last names, in order to benefit from the services available on the website and so that we may respond to your requests for information.
The processing of your data is based on our legitimate interest in responding to your various requests for information.
In our online forms, required fields are marked with an asterisk. If the required fields are not filled-in, we will not be able to provide you with the requested service(s).
Your personal data will not be further processed in a way that is incompatible with the purposes described above or in the collection forms. Your data is kept for a maximum of 12 months.
3. Recipients of the data
Your personal data may be communicated to one or more of the data controller's departments or to Total group companies, as well as to certain partners or subcontractors.
If you post a comment online, some of your associated personal data may be published on the website. Given the characteristics of the Internet, which are the free capture of disseminated information and the difficulty, or even impossibility, of controlling the use that may be made of such information by third parties, we inform you that you may object to such dissemination by contacting us at the contact address specified below.
4. Data transfers
Any transfer of data to a country outside the European Economic Area is carried out in accordance with applicable regulations and in such a way as to ensure appropriate data protection.
As part of the services provided on this website, your data, such as your first and last names may be transferred to some of the data controller's departments or to Total group companies as well as to some of its partners.
Binding Corporate Rules (BCR) have been adopted in order to ensure the adequate protection of personal data originating from the European Economic Area that may be transferred to entities of the Total group established outside the European Economic Area.
For personal-data transfers not covered by the BCR to countries outside the European Economic Area, other measures have been implemented to ensure adequate data protection.
For more information about our BCRs please click here. For information on other measures taken to ensure adequate data protection, please write to the contact address below.
5. Security and confidentiality of your data
The controller implements appropriate measures to preserve the security and confidentiality of your personal data, in particular to prevent it from being distorted, damaged or accessed by unauthorized third parties.
6. Cookie management
A cookie is a file that records information relating to your computer's browsing on the website — number of visits, number of pages viewed — and enhances your browsing experience on the website.
You can delete the "cookies" stored on your computer at any time, refuse the saving of new "cookies" and receive a notification before the installation of a new cookie by configuring your browser using the instructions below ("Types of cookies, cookies and statistics and settings").
Please note that if you delete a "cookie" or if you refuse the storage of "cookies" on your computer, you may not be able to use some of the services offered by the website.
6.2. Types of cookies, cookies and statistics and settings
The cookies that may be stored on your server when you browse the website are those used solely to enable or facilitate electronic communication or that are strictly required for providing the requested service (language cookies, login cookies, etc.), or statistical cookies or other cookies as per the conditions described below.
When cookies require your prior agreement before they can be saved, we request such agreement through the link "find out more", displayed on the home page of the website. It is specified that you implicitly accept these cookies if continue to browse the website.
6.2.1 Which cookies are installed?
Cookies issued by the data controller
|Site (has_js)||Contains information about the browsing session and allows the user to access the site||Deleted at the end of browsing session|
|Site (cookie_agreed)||Saves the user's cookie preferences||13 month|
|Drupal.language||Drupal configuration cookie (redirection by language)||7 days|
|Drupal_language_redirection||Drupal configuration cookie||1 year|
|Drupal.tableDrag.showWeight||Drupal configuration cookie||1 year|
|authorized_config||Shows which services have been refused or accepted by the user||1 year|
|getaquote||In a Find My Product form, save user entries||1 year|
|cookie-agreed||Cookie created by Smile to remember the user's cookie preferences in the context of GDPR||1 year|
Cookies targeted by third parties
|__unam||Cookie set by ShareThis to enable content sharing||9 months|
|_trossion||Provides offers tailored to the user's interests on the Internet (doubleclick.net)||1 year and 1 month|
|_troRUID||Provides offers tailored to the user's interests on the Internet (doubleclick.net)||6 months|
|_troSYNC||Provides offers tailored to the user's interests on the Internet (doubleclick.net)||6 months|
|utag_main||Used by Tealium||1 year|
|_ga||Cookie used by Google Universal Analytics to identify the user by a randomly generated unique id||1 year|
|Cookie used by Google Universal Analytics to identify the user by a randomly generated unique id||24 hours|
|xtant||Cookie set by AT Internet (Analytics) containing a technical value relative to the management of identified users. Used by XITI||6 months|
|xtat||Cookie set by AT Internet (Analytics) containing a textual identifier of the user. Used by XITI||6 months|
|xtvrn||Cookie set by AT Internet (Analytics) listing the numsites (unique site login) encountered by the user. Used by XITI||6 months|
|_utma||Cookie set by Google Analytics to identify a user||13 months|
|_utmz||Cookie set by Google Analytics to identify the entry point of the user to the site, the device, the ad campaign (if set via a tracker or AdWords) and the search query||6 month|
|atuserid||Cookie set by AT Internet (Analytics) to identify users on first-party cookie sites (nb. Cookie not using a different domain name from the site). Used by XITI||1 year 1 day|
|dtCookie||Cookie set by Dynatrace (Analytics) containing the session ID (performance monitoring)||1 minute|
|dtLatC||Cookie set by Dynatrace (Analytics) to measure server latency (performance tracking)||1 minute|
|dtPC||Cookie set by Dynatrace (Analytics) to measure server latency (performance monitoring)||1 minute|
|dtSa||Cookie set by Dynatrace (Analytics) to identify the ideal place to measure performance (performance tracking)||1 minute|
|rxVisitor||Cookie set by Dynatrace (Analytics) to identify the user (performance tracking)||1 minute|
|rxvt||Cookie set by Dynatrace (Analytics) to identify the end of the user's session (performance tracking)||1 minute|
|atidvisitor||Cookie set by AT Internet (Analytics) to record the numsites (unique site login) seen by the user and storage of the user's login credentials. Used by XITI||6 months|
|dtCookie||Cookie set by Dynatrace (Analytics) containing the session ID (performance tracking)||1 minute|
|dtLatC||Cookie set by Dynatrace (Analytics) to measure server latency (performance tracking)||1 minute|
Statistics Cookies are used to measure the number of visits, the number of pages viewed, users' activity on the website and how often they return. The statistics tool, Google Analytics, generates a cookie with a unique identifier, which is stored for a maximum of 13 months. Your IP address is also collected in order to determine the city from which you are connected. This is immediately anonymized after use, preventing you from being identified as a natural person. The traffic statistics are collected by the service providers AT Internet and Google Analytics. They are then sent back to the data controller in an aggregated and anonymous form in a web interface to which only she/he has access. The data collected is not transferred to third parties or used for other purposes. You can block these cookies at any time by means of the above-mentioned "opt out" procedure via this link for AT Internet and this link for Google Analytics.
6.2.2 How do you delete cookies, receive notification of their storage or change your browser settings?
How can you delete cookies already stored on your computer?
- On your workstation
- On the C:\ drive, select the Windows folder
- Open the “Temporary Internet Files” folder
- Select all files (CTL A)
- Choose the “delete” option
How do you change browser settings to refuse the storage of cookies or to be informed of their storage?
- If you use Internet Explorer 5 (Microsoft): In Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 5 browser: select “Tools”, and then “Internet Options”. Click on the “Security” tab, then “Customize level”, and scroll down to the "Cookies" section. Next to "Allow cookies that are stored on your computer", select "Ask" to be notified or "Disable" to decline all cookies.
- In Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8: Choose "Tools", "Internet Options", "Privacy", then the level you wish to apply.
- In Firefox: Click on "Tools", "Options". In " Privacy" uncheck "Accept cookies".
- In Google Chrome: Click on "Customize and control Google Chrome", choose "Settings". In "Privacy" click on "Content Settings" and check "Block cookies and third-party data.
- In Safari: Click on "Preferences" then "Privacy" and select one of the following options related to "Cookies and website data": "Always block", or "Allow from active website only", or "Allow from websites I have visited".
7. Your rights / Contact
In accordance with the regulations in effect, you have the right to access, correct, delete and object to the use of your personal data.
You may request that your personal data be sent to you and you have the right to give instructions on the use of your personal data after your death.
You can also request the limitation of the processing.
You can exercise your rights and ask us about how your personal data are processed by writing to:
Head of CSTJF Comms & Tech Marketing Department
CSTJF - Avenue Larribau 6018 Pau Cedex - France
E-mail: [email protected]
Finally, you can lodge a complaint with the authority in charge of compliance with personal data protection obligations.