Who are we?

Our website address is:    http://carrelage-antibes.com.

Legal disclosure:  


Postal  address:  IDÉES CARRELAGE 4 – 91 Philippe  Rochat Avenue – 06600 ANTIBES

Contact: (0) 4 93 33 04 66 – e-mail: idca06@yahoo.fr

Publication manager and site owner (Reg-C-):  CARRELAGE IDEAS 4 –  Represented  by Mr.  Jean  Cousaert

Technical Manager / Webmaster:  ALBA Communication BP 19 83830 BARGEMON – (0) 621798539 – email:  alba.com@free.fr

Host:   1  Ionos  SARL – 7, Station Square BP 70109 – 57201 SARREGUEMINES – 33 (0) 970 808 911


Use of personal data



When you  leave a  comment  on  our  website, the  data  entered  in the   comment  form, but  also  your IP address  and your browser  user agent  are  collected  to help us  detect   unwanted comments.

An anonymized chain   created   from   your email  address  (also  called  hash)  can  be  sent to the Gravatar service to check  if  you are using  the  Gravatar  service. The  confidentiality clauses of the Gravatar service  are  available  here:    https://automattic.com/privacy/. After validating  your   comment,  your profile  picture  will be publicly visible   next  to  your  comment.



If   you  are  a    registered user  and  upload images to  the website, we  advise you to avoid   uploading  images  containing  EXIF GPS coordinate     data.  Visitors  to  your  website  can  download  and  extract  location data  from    these  images.


Contact  forms Cookies

If you  submit  a  comment  on  our  website,  you will be  offered to register  your  name,   email address and website in cookies. It’s  only  for  your  convenience  so you don’t  have  to  enter  this  information  if  you  submit  another    comment  later. These  cookies  expire after one year.

If    you   have  an  account and log on to  this  site, a  temporary cookie will be  created   to determine  if  your  browser  accepts  cookies. It does  not  contain  personal data and will be  deleted  automatically when your  browser closes.  

 When you    login, we will set  up   a  number of cookies to  record  your  login  information and screen preferences.  The lifespan of a login cookie  is  two  days,  that of a screen option  cookie  is one year. If  you  check  “Remember  Me,”   your  login cookie will be  kept for two  weeks. If    you log out  of  your  account,the login cookie will be  deleted.

By modifying  or  publishing    an article, an  additional cookie will be  saved  in  your  browser. This cookie does not  include  any  personal data.  It  simply shows  the ID  of  the article you  just    changed. It expires after one day.


On-board  content from  other  sites

Articles on this  site  may  include   embedded content   (for  example videos,images, articles, etc.).  Content  embedded  from  other sites  behaves    in the  same  way as  if  the  visitor went  to  that  other  site.

These  websites  could  collect   data  about  you,use cookies,  ship  third-party  tracking tools, track  your  interactions with  this  embedded  content  if  you  have  an  account  logged  into  their  website.  


Statistics and  audience measures


Using and transmitting your  personal  data


Length of data storage time

If you  leave a  comment, the  comment  and  its  metadata  are  kept  indefinitely. This  automatically   recognizes  and  approves  the following  comments    instead of  leaving them in the moderation queue.

For users     who  register      on  our  site (if  possible), we  also store  the  personal data  shown  in  their  profile.   All  users  can  see,edit  or  delete  their  personal  information at any time (except   their username).  Site  managers   can  also  see and edit this information.


Your rights  to  your  data

  If you  have  an  account  or  have  left   comments  on the site,  you  can  request to  receive  a  file  containing  all     the  personal data  we  have  aboutyou,  including  the data   you have  providedto us.  You  can  also request the removal of  personal data  about you.  This  does  not  take into  account   data  stored  for  administrative, legal or security purposes.


Transmission of your  personal  data

   Visitor feedback  can  be  verified   using an automated   unwanted  comment detection  service.



What is a  cookie and what is it for?

A cookie (or  login cookie)   is  a  text file that can be  saved,subject  to your choices,in a  dedicated space of your  terminal’s hard   drive (computer,  tablet …)  during the consultation of an online  service through your navigation software.  

It is transmitted  by the  server of a website to  your  browser.  Each  cookie  is  assigned  an anonymous identifier.  The  cookie  file allows its transmitter  to  identify the terminal in  which  it  is  stored during the validity  or  registration period of  the cookie  concerned. A cookie does  not  trace it back  to  a  natural person.  

What types of cookies  are  deposited by the website?  

Google AdSense Advertising Cookie

Third-party advertising services such as     Adsense  (and  its  partners)  control  cookies  from  their  advertising spaces.  To  learn  more about  Google’s targeted   ads,   click  on the  following link: Privacy   Rules

This   website  is  not  responsible for the management and lifespan of  these  third-party cookies and  invites  you to review the policy of  each  of  these  providers.

They aim  to  send   you  personalized advertisements  tailored  to  your   expectations. No  personal   data such   as  your  name, first name,  postal  or  e-mail address, etc. will be  passed on to  these  third-party  partners  whose  intervention on the website is limited  to the filing  of cookies  through  the    advertising content  they  manage.  

This   website and  has  no  control  over  these  cookies.

Google Analytics Statistics Cookies

These cookies  allow us to establish    attendance statistics  and  detect   navigational  problems   in order to track  and  improve  the  quality  of  our  services.

Exercise your  choices  depending on  the  browser  you’re    using

You can set up  your  browser  at any time  to  express and change  your  cookie wishes,     including   statistical cookies.  You  can  express  your  choices   by setting your   browser    so you  can refuse  certain  cookies.
We    inform you,  however,  that  you   can  object to  the registration of cookies  by following the operating procedure below :

On Internet Explorer
1. Go  to Internet Options Tools.   
2.  Click  on the privacy tab. 
3.  Click the advanced button,  check  the  box “Ignore Automatic  Cookie  Management.”

On Firefox
1. At  the top of the  Firefox window,  click  the Firefox button (menu  Tools  on Windows XP),  then  select  Options. 
2.  Select  the  Privacy   panel. 
3.  Set Rules    of  Conservation: Use custom  settings    for  history.
4.  Uncheck  Accept cookies.

    On Chrome
1. Click  on the icon  representing  a   wrench  that  is  located in the browser   toolbar.   
2.  Select  Settings.
3.  Click  Show Advanced Settings.      
4. In the  “Privacy”  section,  click the Content Settings  button.  
5. In the “Cookies” section,  you  can  block cookies and  data from third-party sites

     On Safari
1. Go  to  Settings  –  Preferences
2. Click  on  Privacy

3 In the  “Block Cookies” area,   check the “always” box

   On Opera
1. Go  to  Settings  –  Preferences
2. Click  on  Advanced Tab  
3. In the  “Cookies” area,   check the box “Never accept cookies”