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The information will be stocked in our data base and won’t be communicated to a third parts, except if this information are usefull to asnwer to your request and / or to make your booking.
In accordance with the personal data protection act (loi «informatique et libertés» du 6 janvier 1978), www.thello.com is registered with the CNIL under the number 156 17 07.
As such, you have a right to access and rectify your named information that you can exercise by sending us a message through the online contact form available here or by mail (Thello – 21 rue Camille Desmoulins – 92130 Issy les Moulineaux).
The information collated at the thello.com website is processed in accordance with Thello’s confidentiality policy. When users browse the thello.com website, by default they authorise Thello to store cookies on their browser. If users do not want the thello.com website to store cookies on their browser, they may disable the cookies by changing the settings or options on their browser. This means that some pages at the thello.com website may not function properly.
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What is a cookie?
Cookies are small data files that are sent by a website and are stored on the user’s browser. They keep a temporary record of data concerning site visits and visitors. This means that each time users go to the same website, the system retrieves data concerning their last visit. Cookies do not generate or transmit any viruses. Some cookies are essential for utilisation of the website.
What kind of cookies are used on our website?
Cookies help optimise the website by:
- establishing the proper browsing settings for users.
- retrieving user preferences (country, language etc.).
- fixing bugs or allowing useful information to be rapidly retrieved.
How to deactivate cookies?
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