Confidentiality Policy

Livre de Lyon may collect and process personal data when you visit the website Any information relating to a natural person who could be identified directly or indirectly is an item of personal data.

Livre de Lyon places great importance on protecting the privacy and data of users. This Policy sets out the types of processing for which Livre de Lyon is responsible, in accordance with the regulations in effect. This document aims to inform users about how personal data is collected, used, and processed.

Livre de Lyon reserves the right to amend any or all of the rules relating to privacy protection at any time and without notice. Any amendments will come into effect on the day they are published on and applicable to users on their first use of after the publication of said amendments.


The company Livre de Lyon is responsible for the processing of personal data that takes place on


Livre de Lyon collects personal data via to offer an online applications service. This service is reserved for users of legal working age, who guarantee this to Livre de Lyon. By communicating their personal data voluntarily, the user expressly agrees that their data may be collected and processed for the purposes of which they have been made aware. Providing an e-mail address is required to create an “applicant area” and in so doing, access the online applications service. This allows Livre de Lyon to communicate with the user, in particular, to send confirmations and responses to their applications.

Users may upload their CV and other information.

In addition, Livre de Lyon may use cookies, tools, and software to analyze and gather non-personal data.

This is general, aggregated, or demographic information, which may be provided in relation to surveys, studies, or anonymous aggregated data concerning the use of the, the type of internet browser, the operating system, the length of the visit or the pages viewed. This data is collected for statistical and security purposes and helps Livre de Lyon to improve the quality of its services. Users can decide whether or not to provide this information.


The personal data collected by Livre de Lyon is intended for the Livre de Lyon company only and will not, under any circumstances, be sold or leased to third parties. The personal data may, however, be communicated to Livre de Lyon’s third-party technical service providers, solely to ensure the smooth operation of and the services offered via

Livre de Lyon undertakes that the personal data collected in relation to the use of will not be transferred outside Europe.


Livre de Lyon only retains personal data for as long as required for services offered via


The personal data collected by Livre de Lyon is kept in a secure environment. It is hosted by the service provider identified.

Livre de Lyon implements all appropriate physical, technical and organizational measures to ensure the security and confidentiality of personal data, in order to protect it from any loss, accidental destruction, alteration or unauthorized access.

However, Livre de Lyon cannot control all the risks associated with the internet. In this respect, users visit at their own risk and Livre de Lyon cannot be held liable for any security flaws that it is unable to mitigate.


Livre de Lyon guarantees its users respect for the rights provided in the French Data Protection Act no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 as amended, and Regulation (EU) no. 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of personal data, in particular the right for users to decide on and control the uses made of their personal data.


Users are reminded that in accordance with said regulations, they have the right to access, correct, and delete their personal data but also a right to limit processing.

Insofar as the processing carried out in relation to the use of the relies on users’ consent, they may withdraw such consent at any time.

Users may also, on legitimate grounds, object to their personal data being processed by Livre de Lyon. This means that users must reject the use of their personal data for certain purposes mentioned when the data is collected. As a result, they may no longer be able to use certain services.

Pursuant to articles L. 224-42-1 et seq. of the French Consumer Code, users have the right to recover all their data, in a structured format, under all circumstances.