Treblade works to ensure that your privacy and integrity are protected when you share with us personal data via our website or
when we meet on site. Our goal is to help you feel confident that your personal privacy is respected and that your personal
information is processed correctly. We take responsibility to ensure that personal data that is processed by us is used only for the
intended purpose and is protected against unauthorised access. All processing of personal data by us is carried out in accordance
with applicable personal data legislation. This integrity policy applies to all entities operating under the Treblade brand.
How do we collect data?
When you visit our website, you may be asked to provide information. We also collect information via the cookies on our website.
About cookies on our websites
for the website to function well i.e. to regulate traffic and for the security of the website.
Cookies are also used to measure traffic on our websites and for statistical purposes via the services provided by Google analytics©.
The cookies used here are both temporary cookies (session cookies) and permanent cookies. These permanent cookies are saved
as files on your computer or mobile device as long as you do not delete them, or for a maximum of 13 months.
It is easy to use a browser to delete cookies from your computer or mobile device. For instructions on how to handle and erase
cookies, please go to the “Help” option in your web browser. You can choose to disable cookies or to receive a notification each time
a new cookie is sent to your computer or mobile device.
If you continue to use our websites without changing your settings, we assume that you do not have any issue with accepting our
What kind of personal information do we process?
We collect only your contact information (name, telephone number, e-mail address, address) when you fill in a form to ask us a
question. Our cookies also collect information such as the URL through which you access our website, your IP address, the type of
browser, languages and operating system you are using.
Why do we collect your personal data?
We collect and analyse your personal information so that we can best communicate with you regarding our activities.
We may also collect them on site for security reasons.
Finally, if necessary, we can collect and retain your personal data in order to defend our interests, in particular in the context of
litigation or at the pre-litigation stage.
For how long do we keep your data?
We store your data as long as necessary to answer your question and up to 13 months in accordance with European legislation.
In the event of a dispute, your data will be stored for the duration of the relevant procedure and until a final decision is rendered or
the expiry of the time limit to lodge an appeal.
Who has access to your personal information?
We may disclose your personal data to our service providers acting as data processors, in particular those in charge of carrying out
our communication and marketing operations. We may also disclose it to those in charge of providing IT systems and tools and IT
services. In such cases, these processors will then only process the information in accordance with the purposes for which your
personal information has been gathered, and in accordance with our instructions.
Our website developer will also have access to your data together with our data protection officers.
Personal data may also be disclosed if we are obliged to do so arising from a judgment of a court or if we receive your consent to
Your rights and contact information
You have a right of access, a right of rectification, a right of erasure and a right to portability of your data exists. In certain cases, you
also have the right to object to or restrict its processing. These rights are free and can be exercised at any time.
Please feel free to contact us at any time if you want to know more about our work around your privacy, or if you wish to amend,
remove or receive information about your data. In certain cases, we must, however, retain them for legal reasons.
You are also entitled to complain to the relevant regulatory authority if you believe that your personal data is being processed in
breach of the applicable personal data legislation.
We reserve the right to update and change it from time to time to reflect any changes in the law or in our internal process of