Use of Personal Data Collected

Contact Forms

When you write to us via the contact form, the data entered allows us to reply to you and respond to your requests. The information collected in the form is saved by Cornut for the management of your requests.

Your personal information is only used to improve your customer experience and the needs you express in your message. We will protect your data as if it were our own. This information is entered and given by you and therefore by consent of the data subject. Until you inform us otherwise, we understand that your data has not been changed, that you agree to inform us of any changes and that we have your consent to use it for the stated purposes.

This information is kept for five years and is intended only for the Cornut team. In accordance with the rights conferred by current data protection regulations (GDPR), you can exercise your rights of access, rectification, restriction of processing, erasure, portability and objection to the processing of your data by sending your request to: Cornut by email, by telephone on +33 (0)4 71 59 90 22 or by post to the following address: Cornut – 7, Z.A. Le Cantonnier – 43290 Montfaucon en-Velay

Data are not transferred. This privacy policy was updated in May 2018. If necessary, Cornut may make changes to its privacy policy and update it on its website. We reserve the right to update our privacy policy at any time and advise you to review it frequently.


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The website contains a certain number of hypertext links to other websites (partners, information, etc.) inserted with the permission of Cornut. However, Cornut is not able to verify the entire content of the websites thus visited and therefore declines all liability for any unlawful content. The user is informed that during their visits to the website, one or more cookies may be automatically installed on their computer via their browser. A cookie is a piece of data that does not allow the user to be identified, but which records information relating to the user’s browsing on the website. Configuring your browser software allows you to be informed of the presence of cookies and possibly to refuse them in the manner described at the following address: However, you can configure the browser of your computer to refuse the installation of cookies, but you should be aware that such refusal may render access to certain services impossible. To inhibit cookies, type in your search engine: inhibit cookies in IE or Firefox and follow the instructions according to your version.

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