Privacy policy

Last updated: 10/09/2019

This privacy policy (the 'Charter') aims to formalise our commitment to respect the privacy of users of the website (the “Website”) operated by Kinner Lake.

The Privacy Policy and the General Conditions of Use of the Website form a contractual whole. All capitalised terms which are not defined in this Charter are defined in the General Conditions which are available here :

As part of the provision of our Website, we process your data incompliance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 dated 27 April 2016 ('GDPR') and under the conditions set out below.

We only collect adequate, relevant and unlimited data necessary for the purposes for which they are processed. Therefore, you will never be asked to provide personal data which is considered to be “sensitive”.

By registering on the Website, you authorise us to process your datain accordance with the Charter.If you refuse the terms of this Charter, please refrain from using the Website as well as the Services.

1. What data is collected?

Depending on the nature and purpose of your interaction with the Website, we may collect, on a mandatory or optional basis:

  • Data on searches (keywords, number of results, types ofresults, etc.)
  • The path or URL for accessing the search results
  • Connection information (IP address, browser used, etc.)
  • Navigation information (page visited, source of origin, etc.)
  • Information collected by cookies
  • Information when you send a message to the e-mail address:

We use your data to enable the implementation and management ofthe Website Services, and to answer your specific requests. We alsouse your data in order to operate and improve our Services, ourWebsite and our procedures. This information is solely used by us, and allows us to better tailor our Services to your needs.

2. How do we protect your data?

We have put in place technical and organisational security measuresin order to guarantee the safety, integrity and privacy of all of your personal data, in order to prevent this from being distorted, damaged or from being made available to non-authorised third parties. We provide an appropriate level of security, taking into account the state-of-the-art, the cost of implementation and the nature, scope, context and purpose of the processing as well as risks and their probability.

However, it should be noted that as no security measure is infallible, we are not able to guarantee the absolute security of your data.

3. When do we share your data?

When you browse the Website, your data may be transmitted to external service providers. The third parties provide a service on our behalf and in our name in order to enable the proper operation of our services. No transfer of personal data is made outside of the European Union.

Except in instances where a third party asks you to accept a privacycharter and conditions of use which are specific thereto, the third-party companies to which your data is communicated have committed to process your data solely for the operation of our Services.

We will never share your personal data with third-party companies for marketing and/or commercial purposes without obtaining your prior consent.

4. Cookies: how do we use them?

4.1 What is a cookie?

A cookie is a text file which may be saved to a computer terminal when consulting an online service with a browser software. A cookie file specifically allows its issuer to recognise the relevant computer terminal each time that this terminal accesses digital content containing cookies from the same issuer, within its validity period.

In any case, the cookies stored on your browser terminal with your agreement are destroyed 13 months after they are saved to your terminal.

4.2 What are the cookies issued by our Website used for?

The cookies that we issue allow us to:

  • Generate visit and usage statistics and volumes for the various elements which make up our Website, which allows us to improve the level of interest and ease of use of the Website and, where applicable, of our services.
  • Adapt the presentation of our Website to the display preferences of your terminal (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) during your visit to our Website, based on the display or reading hardware and software which make up your terminal;
  • Store information about services or information that you selecton our Website;

4.3 How can you control the cookies which are used?

You can configure your browser at any time to store cookies on your terminal or, conversely, to reject these (either systematically or depending on the issuer). You can also configure your browser to ask you periodically to accept or refuse cookies, before a cookie can be stored on your terminal.

Warning : Any setting may modify your Internet browsing and your conditions for accessing certain services which require the use of cookies. We do not accept any liability for consequences associated with the impaired function of our services resulting from the inability to store or access the cookies necessary for the operation and which you may have refused or deleted. This would apply if you were to attempt to access our content or services which require you to identify yourself. This would also apply if we (or our service providers) were unable to identify, for technical compatibility purposes, the type of browser used by your terminal, its language and display settings, or the country from which your terminal appears to be connected to the Internet.

4.4 How can you configure your browser software?

The way in which you manage cookies and your choices is different for each browser. This is described in your browser’s Help menu, which will help you understand how to modify the way you wantcookies to be handled. Information on the most common browsers is given below.

Internet Explorer / Edge

In Internet Explorer, click on the Tools button, then Internet Options.On the General tab, under Navigation history, click on Settings. Click on the Display files button.


  • Go to your browser’s Tools tab then select the Options menu
  • In the window which opens, select Privacy and Security and click on Display cookies


  • Go to Settings using the browser menu (Safari > Preferences)
  • Click on Privacy.


  • Go to Settings using the button on the right of the URL bar orusing the browser menu (Chrome > Preferences).
  • Select Advanced Settings
  • Click on Contact settings and then on Cookies.

For more information on cookies, you can.take a look at the CNIL website.

5. What are your rights?

You are the only person to communicate the date in our possession, via the Website. You have rights to your personal data. Inaccordance with the personal data protection regulation, andspecifically Articles 15 to 22 of the GDPR, and after confirming your identity, you have the right to request us to provide access to, correct or delete personal data about you.

In addition, within the limits of the law, you also have the right to refuse or to limit the processing, to determine the post-mortem fate of your data, and to withdraw your consent at any time and the portability right of the personal data provided.

You can contact our Services in order to exercise your rights under the following e-mail address :

6. Can we modify the Charter?

We reserve the right to modify the Charter at any time. It is therefore recommended that you refer to this regularly. In the event of any change, we will publish these changes on this page and in places that we deem appropriate depending on the purpose and importance of the changes which are made.

Your use of the website following any change means that you accept these changes. If you do not accept certain material changes to this Charter, you must stop using the Website.