Last update : 02/09/2022
onepoint, a simplified joint-stock company (“société par actions simplifiée”) with a capital of 1,302,770 euros, whose registered office is located at 29 rue des Sablons 75116 Paris, registered with the Paris Trade Register under number 440 697 712, represented by David R. LAYANI in his capacity as Chairman (“onepoint” or “we” or “us”) publishes the website www.groupeonepoint.com (the “Site”).
1 – What are cookies?
The term cookie covers all trackers that provide access to information stored in the terminal equipment of a visitor (web beacons, pixels, etc.).
2 – What cookies do we use, what are the legal basies for their processing and what are their retention period?
The categories of cookies used on the Site are the following:
Technical cookies strictly necessary: These cookies are strictly necessary to access and use the Site. Without them, the Site would not function properly. The legal basis for their processing is our legitimate interest. You can consult them, oppose you to them and delete them by using the parameters of your browser, however your user experience may be degraded.
Technical Functionality cookies: These cookies allow us to obtain information about your preferences, and enable us to customize our Site based on the choices you make. The legal basis for their processing is your consent. You may withdraw your consent to the use of these cookies at any time via the “Cookie management” tab at the bottom of the Site. If you do not accept these cookies, the associated services will not be available.
Statistical (performance) cookies: These cookies are used to generate statistics and volumes of visits and use of the various elements constituting the Site (such as the sections and content visited, browsing, time of visit). We use these information to improve the performance of our Site, our goods and services. For these cookies, we use the services of third parties (see below). The legal basis for their processing is your consent. You may withdraw your consent to the use of these cookies at any time via the “Cookie management” tab available at the bottom of the Site. If you do not accept these cookies, the associated purposes cannot be achieved.
The information relating to cookies used on the Site by onepoint as data controller is detailed in the following table:
3 Shares and transfers outside EU
3.1 Google Analytics
Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google LLC (“Google”) using mainly proprietary cookies to generate reports on visitors’ interactions with the website concerned.
Google Analytics acts as our data processor under the GDPR because it collects and processes data on our behalf. Google acts as a data processor for Google Analytics.
As a matter of principle, the information generated by the cookies about your use of the Site is transferred to and stored on a Google server in the USA. To comply with the requirements of the GDPR, Google relies on standard contractual clauses of the European Commission.
HubSpot is an inbound platform with a CRM, coupled with marketing, sales and customer service software, enabling several services including analytics and marketing campaign implementation. For more information on its activities, you can visit its website (see Link).
HubSpot (i.e., HubSpot, Inc. and its affiliates) acts as our data processor under the GDPR because it collects and processes data on our behalf for the purpose of providing the subscribed services to us.
HubSpot also has several further subcontractors, a list of which is available within Appendix 4 of the DPA applicable to our relationship (See Link).
Contentsquare is a solution, provided by Content Square SAS and its affiliates, that provides onepoint with digital analytics of Site’s visitors behaviour to improve their experience and therefore the performance of our Site.
Content Square SAS acts as our data processor under the GDPR, as this company collects and processes data on our behalf for the purpose of providing the subscribed services to us.
Content Square SAS also has several further subcontractors, a list of which is available here (see Link).
As a result, Content Square SAS transfers the data outside the EU. We have therefore concluded with this company standard contractual clauses of the European Commission to secure these transfers. To have more information about Contentsquare, you are invited to consult its website (see Link).
4. Managing cookies: accept or decline
4.1 Expression of your consent
When you first visit our Site, and when a renewal is required, your consent to the use of certain cookies, whose processing is based on this legal basis, will be requested by means of an information banner that will be visibly displayed on the page of our Site.
Using the “Decline all” or “Accept all” buttons, you will be able to either decline or accept all cookies subject to your consent on an global basis.
The “Manage my preferences” button on this banner will allow you to obtain details of the categories of cookies used and therefore to consent or not to consent according to their purposes, by clicking on “Yes” “No”. Your consent will be submitted when you click on the “Save my preferences” button. You will also be able to either accept all or refuse all.
You can obtain more information at any time by consulting this document.
4.2 Withdraw your consent
You are hereby informed that you may withdraw your consent to cookies at any time by clicking on the “Cookie management” button at the bottom of the page of the Site.
Unless withdrawn, your consents regarding cookies are kept for 6 months from their collection. A the end of this period, we will ask for your consent again.
4.3 Browser settings
Cookies have a lifetime. Some only last until you close your browser or for a short period of time. They are called “session cookies”. Some last longer, for instance to allow a website to be able to recognize you as you return to that website. These are known as “persistent cookies”.
You can at any time consult, delete and choose to disable these cookies by modifying your browser settings. You can accept or decline cookies on a case-by-case basis or decline them systematically once and for all.
Each browser has a different configuration. It is described in the help menu of your browser, which tells you how to change your cookie preferences.
You will find them for each browser under the following links:
4.4 Downloading google analytics opt-out browser add-on
If you do not want to transmit any information to Google Analytics, you can download and install the add-on from the following link https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=fr. This add-on is designed to be compatible with Chrome, Internet Explorer 11, Safari, Firefox and Opera.
4.5 Specific deactivation link for Contentsquare cookies
If you do not want to transmit any information to Contentsquare, you can click on the following link: https://docs.contentsquare.com/uxa-en/#those-who-refuse-to-be-recorded
5. More information on cookies and trackers
You can find more information on the CNIL website: https://www.cnil.fr/en/tag/Cookies+and+tracking+devices