Legal notice, privacy and cookies
Please find here the legal notice and the privacy and cookie policies of bice.org website
1. LEGAL NOTICE
This website is published by the International Catholic Child Bureau (BICE).
Non-profit organisation recognised as charitable by order of the prefect of October 8th, 2013 and entitled to receive donations and legacies.
Head office: 70 BOULEVARD DE MAGENTA, 75010 PARIS
Telephone number: +33 (0)1 53 35 01 00
1.2 PUBLISHING AND HOSTING
- Publication Manager: Olivier DUVAL, BICE President;
- Web design: www.negative-network.com and ooii.eu;
- Website hosting: www.negative-network.com.
1.3 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
BICE informs the users of the aforesaid website that many elements thereof:
- are protected by copyright legislation: these elements may be photographs, articles, designs, animated sequences, digital audio or video recordings, etc.;
- and/or are protected by design legislation;
- are protected by trademark legislation (including the term “trademark”).
To this end, any reproduction, representation, use, adaptation, modification, incorporation, translation, commercialisation, in whole or in part, by any means, and on any medium whatsoever (print, digital, etc.) for any universal dissemination should be subject to BICE prior written authorisation.
The software trademarks and logos displayed on this website are the property of the companies operating them and may not be used without prior written consent from their respective owners.
1.4 PICTURES ON OUR WEBSITE
The pictures used on our website are BICE property or were authorised for use by the following photographers or agencies:
- A. LEITE, D. DURNEZ, E. HENRY de FRAHAN, E. PÊTRE, I. LESSER, T. LOUAPRE, M. GENTE, L. WINTER, M. C. CAICEDO, V. HURTUBIA, BICE;
- ADOBE STOCK, SHUTTERSTOCK, FOTOLIA.COM, WIKIMEDIA COMMONS.
1.5 LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
You use the www.bice.org website under your sole responsibility. BICE shall not be held liable for any direct or indirect damage such as material damage, loss of data or program or financial damage resulting from the use of this website or websites linked thereto.
We draw your attention to the fact that some products and services presented on BICE website may be subject to specific regulations, restrictions and/or bans in some countries.
You may send personal messages through servers under BICE management responsibility. BICE shall not be held liable for messages of which it is not the author and over which it does not exercise any control.
In any case, BICE shall not be held liable in any way for the content and the products and services offered on the websites to which www.bice.org website would be linked by hyperlinks or any other type of link.
2. TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
The website available at www.bice.org (and the websites hosted in the resulting subdomains) is intended for personal information and mobilisation of the Internet users who use this website. The access to and use of this website are subject to the terms and conditions set out below and the laws applicable in the French territory.
BICE reserves the right to modify and update these terms and conditions and all elements presented on the website without notice. This website and these terms and conditions are subject to French law and written in French, English, and Spanish.
BICE is the “data controller” and undertakes to ensure that the collection and processing of your “personal data” carried out from our print or digital data collection forms (on www.bice.org website) comply with regulations in force and applicable to the processing of personal data, in particular the Regulation (EU) 2016/79 of the European Parliament and the Council of April 27th, 2016 that is applicable from May 25th, 2018 (hereinafter “the General Data Protection Regulation” or GDPR) and the amended French law on the processing of personal data.
If you have any questions, please contact us through our contact form.
3. PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
BICE attaches greatest importance to the confidentiality of information and the respect for the rights of individuals and undertakes to restrict the collection and processing of personal data to what is strictly necessary in accordance with the law.
BICE uses data to communicate with its audiences and thereby facilitate fundraising in favour of BICE at least cost.
Data are collected through print or digital forms. Some data are compulsory for communication purposes (contact details) while other data are optional. Optional data are collected to get to know you better and send you individualised messages tailored to your expectations.
BICE uses your data to carry out its missions and ensure the monitoring of exchanges, but also to inform you about its actions and events and provide you with information and management documents (tax receipts).
BICE especially uses your data to enhance the effectiveness of its actions and build a personalised relationship with you with regard to its missions. As we wish to send you the communications you expect to receive in the best possible conditions, we use profiling processes you may object to by sending your request to the “Donor Relations” service or by using the email address contact (AT) bice.org, (AT) meaning @.
3.4 LEGAL BASIS FOR THE PROCESSING
BICE carries out processings whose purpose is fundraising at least cost. BICE intends to achieve its legitimate interest as a non-profit organisation created under the 1901 French law, and recognised as charitable by order of the prefect of October 8th, 2013.
3.5 OTHER PURPOSES
BICE undertakes to keep you informed about changes in the processings carried out. Therefore, if the purpose of our processing of your data was to change, we undertake to keep you informed.
3.6 RETENTION PERIOD
Your data are stored in our information processing systems (secure servers) for a period that is consistent with our fundraising purpose at least management cost. When the data retention period expires or if you request it before, your data will be permanently erased.
3.7 DATA PROCESSORS
The data you entrust us with are intended for our management, marketing, communication and “Donor Relations” services in charge of fundraising. We may share your data with service providers working on our behalf.
The data you entrust us with may also be shared with partners of the market sector, the press and other sectors that could benefit the development of our fundraising at least cost.
When your data are shared with third parties, you shall be informed thereof at the latest when that data are first shared with a third party. In accordance with the legislation, you may object to the sharing of your information at any time and exercise your rights on your data by sending your request to the “Donor Relations” service or by using the email address contact (AT) bice.org .
3.8 DONATION FORM AND ONLINE SHOP
All your personal data we store when you make a donation or a purchase on our website are securely transmitted to our partner Ogone-Ingenico through the SSL cryptographic protocol to its secure servers.
The banking data you will share on the pages of our partner Ogone-Ingenico are protected so that you may donate or purchase with confidence. BICE undertakes to respect the confidentiality of your donation, not to share your contact details with another organisation for file exchanges and to be transparent in its financial management.
The purchases made from the online shop do not entitle to a tax receipt.
The products are those presented on the catalogue published on our online shop while stocks last.
The prices indicated include order processing, transport, and delivery costs.
Buyers benefit from a withdrawal period of fifteen days as from the delivery of their order to return the product to BICE for exchange or repayment without any extra charge, except for return shipping costs.
Payment is due upon order. Payments shall be made by credit/debit card through Ogone-Ingenico secure system or PayPal. A paper invoice will be sent to the buyer.
Deliveries are made to the address indicated on the order form.
The delivery time corresponds to the time needed to prepare the order (up to 5 days), added to the postal service transport time. BICE shall not under any circumstances be held liable for the non-compliance with the deadlines prescribed by postal services.
BICE uses “profiling” techniques to involve its audiences in its missions that tie in with their presumed expectations. You may object to the use of these techniques by sending your request to the “Donor Relations” service or by using the email address contact (AT) bice.org .
4. YOUR RIGHTS AND THE EXERCISE OF RIGHTS
This paragraph explains how BICE uses your data, what your rights are and how to exercise these rights.
You entrust us with your data and we thank you for your trust.
You have fundamental rights on your data; you shall particularly have the right to request access to processed data, or rectification or erasure of that data, or restriction of processing of your data, or the right to object to that processing and the right to data portability.
When you give consent for processing of your data, you may withdraw consent at any time without affecting the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal.
You shall have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority. We detail below each of your rights and how to exercise them.
4.2 EXERCISE OF RIGHTS
To exercise your rights, you may write to the “Donor Relations” service or send an email to contact (AT) bice.org, (AT) meaning @.
We undertake to take all necessary measures to give you satisfaction within 30 days.
If we are unable to identify you in our files from the information you provided us with, we will inform you thereof and you will be asked to provide additional information.
When you send your request by electronic means, the information is provided in a commonly used electronic form, unless otherwise asked.
We systematically keep track of all your requests as well as all the answers we provided to those requests. This information is kept as a proof.
4.3 RIGHT OF ACCESS
You shall have the right to obtain confirmation as to whether your data are processed by our services;
and where that is the case, you shall have access to the following information:
a) The purpose(s) of its processing(s);
b) The categories of data concerned by that processing;
c) The recipients or categories of recipients to whom that data have been or will be disclosed;
d) Where possible, the envisaged period for which your data will be stored, or, if not possible, the criteria used to determine that period;
e) The existence of the right to request rectification or erasure of your data or restriction of their processing or to object to such processing;
f) The right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority;
g) Where personal data have not been directly collected from you, we will inform you about their source;
h) The existence of automated decision-making, including profiling;
i) You may obtain a copy of your data which has been processed and we may charge a reasonable fee taking into account the administrative costs of providing any additional copy requested.
When you send your request by electronic means, the information is provided in a commonly used electronic form, unless otherwise asked.
This right to obtain a copy of your data is without prejudice to the rights and freedoms of others. To this end, we will ask you to provide us with a proof of your identity.
4.4 RIGHT TO RECTIFICATION
You shall have the right to obtain without undue delay the rectification of data that might be inaccurate. Considering the purposes of the processing, you shall have the right to have incomplete data completed, including by means of providing a supplementary statement.
4.5 RIGHT TO ERASURE (“RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN”)
This right enables you to obtain without undue delay the erasure of your data. We have the obligation to erase your data where one of the following grounds applies:
a) Your data are no longer necessary in relation to the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed;
b) You withdraw consent on which the processing is based, and there is no other legal ground for the processing;
c) You object to the processing and there are no overriding legitimate grounds for the processing, or you object to the processing for direct marketing purposes, and you may exercise this right at any time, including profiling to the extent that it is related to such direct marketing;
d) Your data have been unlawfully processed;
e) Your data have to be erased for compliance with a legal obligation in Union or Member State law to which we are subject;
f) Where we have made data public and we are obliged to erase that data, we, taking account of available technology and the cost of implementation, shall take reasonable steps, including technical measures, to inform other data controllers processing that data that you have requested the erasure of any links to, or copy or replication of, that data.
g) However, beware that this right shall not apply to the extent that processing is necessary:
1. for exercising the right of freedom of expression and information;
2. for compliance with a legal obligation which requires processing by Union or Member State law to which we are subject or for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in us;
3. for archiving purposes in the public interest, scientific or historical research purposes or statistical purposes;
4. for the establishment, exercise, or defence of legal claims.
4.6 RIGHT TO RESTRICTION OF PROCESSING
You shall have the right to obtain restriction of processing of your data where one of the following applies:
a) You contest the accuracy of your data (for a period enabling us to verify the accuracy of your data);
b) The processing is unlawful, and you oppose the erasure of your data and request the restriction of their use instead;
c) We no longer need your data for the purposes of the processing, but you still need them for the establishment, exercise, or defence of legal claims;
d) You object to processing pursuant to your right to object pending the verification whether the legitimate grounds for processing override yours.
Where processing has been restricted, data shall, with the exception of storage, only be processed with your consent or for the establishment, exercise, or defence of legal claims or for the protection of the rights of another natural or legal person or for reasons of important public interest of the Union or of a Member State.
A data subject who has obtained restriction of processing of his or her data shall be informed before the restriction of processing is lifted.
4.7 NOTIFICATION OBLIGATION
We communicate any rectification or erasure of data or restriction of processing carried out to each recipient to whom your data have been disclosed, unless this proves impossible or involves disproportionate effort. We will inform you about those recipients if you request it.
4.8 RIGHT TO DATA PORTABILITY
You shall have the right to receive the data you provided to us, in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format, and have the right to transmit those data to another data controller without hindrance from us, where:
a) the processing is based on consent or on a contract and;
b) the processing is carried out by automated means.
In exercising your right to data portability, you shall have the right to have personal data transmitted directly from one data controller to another, where technically feasible.
The exercise of the right to data portability shall be without prejudice to the right to erasure. That right shall not apply to processing necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the data controller.
The right shall not adversely affect the rights and freedoms of third parties.
4.9 RIGHT TO OBJECT
You shall have the right to object:
a) on grounds relating to your particular situation, at any time, to processing of your data, including profiling;
b) Therefore, we shall no longer process your data unless we demonstrate compelling legitimate grounds for the processing which override your interests, rights, and freedoms or for the establishment, exercise, or defence of legal claims;
c) Where your data are processed for direct marketing purposes, you shall have the right to object at any time to processing of your data for such marketing, which includes profiling to the extent that it is related to such direct marketing;
d) Where you object to processing for direct marketing purposes, your data shall no longer be processed for such purposes.
We shall bring this right to your attention and present it clearly and separately from any other information at the latest at the time of the first communication.
In the context of the use of information society services, you may exercise your right to object by automated means using technical specifications.
Where data are processed for scientific or historical research purposes or statistical purposes, you, on grounds relating to your particular situation, shall have the right to object to processing of your data, unless the processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out for reasons of public interest.
4.10 AUTOMATED INDIVIDUAL DECISION-MAKING, INCLUDING PROFILING
You shall have the right not to be subject to a decision based solely on automated processing, including profiling, which would produce legal effects or significantly affect you.
This right shall not apply if the decision:
a) is necessary for entering into, or performance of, a contract between the data subject and a data controller;
b) is authorised by Union or Member State law to which we are subject, and which also lays down suitable measures to safeguard the rights and freedoms and legitimate interests, or;
c) is based on your explicit consent.
BICE shall implement suitable measures to safeguard your rights and freedoms and legitimate interests, at least the right to obtain human intervention on our part, to express your point of view and to contest the decision.
These decisions shall not be based on special categories of data, unless suitable measures to safeguard your rights and freedoms and legitimate interests are in place.
You shall have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority.
4.12 SOURCE OF DATA
Where we are to process data concerning you that you have not directly provided to us, and that therefore come from another non-public source, we will inform you from what source that data come.
This “COOKIE” section helps you to find out more about the source and purpose of the browsing information that is processed when you visit our website, and your rights. Therefore, this section is as important to you who wish to have a positive experience and confidence in our services, as to us who wish to answer your questions about your visit to our website with precise and full information and take your expectations into account.
So then, when you visit our website, information related to your terminal browsing (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) on our website is likely to be stored in “cookie” files of your browser and therefore, in your terminal.
In addition, we are likely to buy advertising spaces directly or through our service providers (communication agencies, advertising companies) to promote our activities and offers on third-party websites/applications by means of advertising contents (texts, graphics, animations, videos, etc.) broadcast by these websites/applications.
Only the issuer of the cookie is likely to read or modify information contained therein.
We use different cookies on the website to improve its interactivity with your expectations and our services.
5.2 WHAT IS A “COOKIE”?
A “cookie” is a file whose size is limited, and that is usually comprised of letters and numbers stored in our terminal.
There are several categories of cookies, but here are the 3 main ones:
5.2.1 Internal cookies necessary for the operation of the website
These cookies allow the website to optimally operate, for example: backup of your choices, your preferences, etc. You may object to the storing of cookies or erase them using the settings of your browser; however, your user experience may be damaged.
5.2.2 Audience measurement cookies
In order to adapt the website to the requests of the visitors, BICE measures the number of visits and page views and the activity of the visitors of the website and their return frequency. It allows us to produce statistics in order to adapt the website to the expectations of the visitors.
BICE uses “Google Analytics” for audience measurement purposes. We exclusively use this cookie for our statistics. You may object to this type of cookie by configuring your browser.
5.2.3 Third-party cookies intended to improve the interactivity of the website.
BICE website may be supported by some services offered by third-party websites. This includes social sharing buttons (Twitter, Facebook, etc.).
These features use third-party cookies that will be directly stored by the third-party websites in your terminal.
When you visit websites on which there are social sharing buttons, these websites are informed about your visit.
You may block tracking if you wish to.
5.3 COOKIE BANNER
When you first visit the www.bice.org website, a banner informs you about the use of the cookie technique.
This banner invites you to accept the conditions of the cookie or configure your browser to restrict cookies by clicking “Find out more”.
5.4 COOKIE RETENTION PERIOD
5.5.1 Cookies issued by BICE on BICE website
When you connect to our website, subject to your preferences and settings of your browser, we may store “technical” cookies in your terminal in order to recognise the browser of your terminal during the validity period of that cookie.
These cookies will enable us to:
a) produce statistics and attendance levels as well as levels of use of the elements contained in our website (sections and contains viewed, browsing) in order to improve it;
b) adapt the presentation of our website to the display preferences of your terminal (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) when you visit our website;
c) Implement security measures.
5.5.2 Cookies issued by third parties on BICE website
We provide spaces of our website for third parties who may broadcast contents through these spaces that are likely to contain third-party cookies.
These cookies will allow the third-party storing them during the validity period of these cookies to:
a) count the displays of their contents broadcast on our advertising spaces;
b) identify the advertisements displayed and the number of users who have clicked each advertisement in order to calculate the sums due thereunder and produce statistics;
c) recognise the terminal when browsing on any other website or service before, on which these advertisers or third parties also issue cookies and, where necessary, adapt these third-party websites and services or the advertisements they broadcast.
5.5.3 BICE cookies stored in third-party websites
When you access to a website/application that contains a BICE content, this content will contain a cookie that, depending on the configuration of your browser, may be stored in your terminal during the validity period of that cookie.
These cookies will enable us to:
a) control the number of displays and activations of advertising contents or other contents we broadcast on third-party websites/applications;
b) identify the contents and websites concerned and the number of visitors who have clicked each content;
c) calculate the sums due to the stakeholders involved in that broadcasting (communication agency, advertising company, broadcasting website/medium) and produce statistics;
d) adapt the presentation of the website to which one of our advertising contents leads (for example, the language used, the display resolution, the operating system used, etc.);
e) track the later browsing realised by your terminal on websites/applications or other advertising contents of which we issue cookies.
5.5.4 Third-party cookies intended to improve the interactivity of the website
BICE website is supported by some services offered by third-party websites. This includes social sharing buttons.
5.6 MANAGE YOUR COOKIES
5.6.1 Your choices about cookies
You may manage your cookies from the settings of your browser. Cookie configuration will influence your browsing. You may reverse your choices at any time.
5.6.2 The agreement on cookies
The acceptance of cookies is made through the configuration of the browser software of the terminal. The configuration may be modified at any time. If you have accepted the storing of cookies in your terminal, cookies contained in the pages and contents that you have consulted, may be temporarily stored in a dedicated space of your terminal. Only their issuer can read them.
5.6.3 The refusal of cookies
If you refuse the storing of the cookies that we issue, or if you erase those that we have stored, some features of the website may be turned off. You may modify the settings at any time.
The refusal of cookies does no longer allow tracking your browsing and tailoring the contents displayed to your interests. The advertisements you will receive will no longer be customised to your expectations.
5.7 HOW TO CONFIGURE YOUR BROWSER?
The acceptance or refusal of cookies can be configured from the browser.
Each browser has its own special features.
So then, for:
- Google Chrome:
- Click on the icon from the menu bar at top right and select “Settings”;
- Display the advanced settings;
- Click the “Privacy and security” tab and choose “Content settings”;
- To erase your cookies, click on the “Remove” button.
- Firefox: Click on the icon “Menu” from the menu bar;
- Click the “Tools” tab on the right side of the menu bar and click “Options”;
- Click the “Privacy & Security” tab;
- And then click the “History” section “Firefox will” and click on the icon and select “Use custom settings for history” Choose your option.
- Internet Explorer:
- Click on the icon from the “Tools” menu and open the “Internet Options” interface;
- Click the “Privacy” tab;
- To delete this information, in the “Settings” section, click the “Advanced” button;
- In the “Manage browsing history” section, choose “Preserve Favorites website data” or “Cookies and website data” and make your choices.
5.7.1 Third-party cookies
Third-party cookies are not usually necessary to enjoy the resources available on the Internet, so you may restrict tracking by configuring your browser.
- In Google Chrome:
- Menu > Settings > Display the advanced settings (at the bottom of the page);
- Then click the “Content settings” button and tick the “Block third-party cookies” box.
- In Firefox:
- Menu > Options > “Privacy & Security” tab;
- Configure the menu “Firefox will” on “Use custom settings for history”;
- Then untick the “Accept third-party cookies” box.
- In Internet Explorer:
- Menu > Internet Options > “Privacy” tab > click the “Advanced” button to display the “Advanced privacy settings” window;
- Then tick the “Override automatic cookie handling” and choose “Block” in the “Third-party cookies” section.
5.7.2 Preventing the installation of trackers
There are many browser extensions to block different trackers.
5.7.3 Blocking social networks
If you do not wish to share the website you are visiting, you may block the social sharing buttons such as Facebook, Twitter, with an open and free software extension: Privacy Badger.
5.8 IF YOU SHARE YOUR TERMINAL WITH OTHER PEOPLE
The contents sent from the cookie technique refer to the terminal, not to the person for whom the cookie has been issued. Therefore, these contents are not different from one user to another on the same terminal.
We draw your attention to the fact that you will receive e-mails from BICE, unless otherwise specified. In order to respect your right to object, we will keep your email address on which you object to receive any information so that we may delete it from all our emails sent. In that case, the retention period is 3 years after which your address will be permanently deleted.
BICE shall not be held liable for the right receiving of messages that would be sent to you.
We draw your attention to the risks associated with emails. It is your responsibility to always to check the reliability of the sender of a message that would be sent to you.