Privacy policy

This privacy policy (hereinafter “Privacy Policy”) describes the information that the Paris Bar is likely to collect through the browsing of the user (hereinafter the “User”) under the link (hereinafter the “Website”), as well as the use that will be made of it. 

With the exception of the information provided by the User by completing the registration forms or by contacting the Organiser, no information collected allows the User to be identified by name. 

Concerned with the protection of the User's privacy, the Organiser wishes to inform him/her in advance in a clear and transparent manner about the processing of his/her personal data (hereinafter “Personal Data”), as well as the use of cookies when browsing the Website.


1) Personal Data 

By browsing the Website, the User accepts the collection and use of their Personal Data as described below.

The processing of Personal Data collected from the Website is carried out in accordance with the Personal Data Regulations.

The data controller is the Paris Bar, which collects and processes this Personal Data.

In what context is the User's Personal Data collected?

As part of the use of the Website, the Organiser collects and processes some of the User's Personal Data.

This Personal Data is collected when:

- The User completes the form in the “Contact us” section,
- The User browses the Website,
- The User views a video on the Website.

Personal Data collected from the User includes: their surname, first name, email address, or even other types of personal data.


For what purposes are the User's Personal Data processed?

The Personal Data collected by the Organiser is processed for the following purposes:

- Ensuring the security and operation of the Website,
- Responding to questions and requests from the User,
- Improving and adapting the operation of the Website according to the demands of the User,
- Monitoring and ensuring compliance with the provisions of this Privacy Policy,
- Providing the services and information desired by the User, particularly the video player,
- Producing non-personally identifiable audience statistics.

With the exceptions of these last two uses, for which the Organiser will transmit Personal Data to a third party, which is also subject to the obligations of the General Data Protection Regulations, the Organizer undertakes not to transmit the data collected to third parties.

For how long is the User's Personal Data retained?

The Paris Bar undertakes to keep the User's Personal Data only for as long as necessary for the operations for which they are collected, in accordance with the regulations on Personal Data and beyond, for the purposes of evidence, in accordance with the applicable legal limitation periods.

Data is processed solely with your consent, which you can withdraw at any time by sending a written request: 

- by e-mail to: with the subject line: REPIT, or 
- in writing to the Paris Bar Association at 11, place Dauphine, 75053 Paris Cedex 1, without prejudice to the legality of the processing undertaken prior to the withdrawal of your consent. 

Your data will only be shared with the data processors responsible for our IT infrastructure, the development and maintenance of our website or for the proper performance of any of the purposes set out above, and to the extent necessary for the performance of their respective tasks. We will of course ensure that these data processors guarantee the security and confidentiality of your data. 

Your data will be stored securely and in accordance with the rules of the art, in order to guarantee the integrity, confidentiality and availability thereof. We have chosen to host all the personal data you have entrusted to us on servers located in Europe.

Nevertheless, the Order may be required to transmit certain data internationally to third parties because we believe in good faith that access to and use of this information is reasonably justified for the achievement of one of the purposes listed above.

What are the User's rights over his/her Personal Data?

The User is free to accept, refuse or withdraw his/her consent to the collection and processing of his/her Personal Data at any time.

The User has a right of access, rectification, erasure, if applicable portability, and limitation to the processing of his/her Personal Data. 

The User also has a right to object, for legitimate reasons, to his/her Personal Data being processed by the data controller, as well as the right not to be the subject of automated individual decision-making (including profiling).

The User can set the guidelines for the fate of his/her Personal Data in the event of death. At any time, he/she may lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory body, request information from the Organiser and obtain compensation for the damage suffered in the event of material or moral damage as a result of the violation of the Personal Data regulations.

All of these rights can be exercised by sending an email to or by writing to: Ordre des avocats de Paris, 11, place Dauphine, 75053 Paris Cedex 1, France.

The User's right to define post-mortem instructions

The User has the right to set guidelines relating to the storage, erasure and communication of his/her personal data after his/her death with a trusted third party, certified and responsible for ensuring that the wishes of the deceased are respected, in accordance with the requirements of the applicable legal framework.

The User’s remedies

The User has the right to lodge a complaint with the CNIL, without prejudice to any other administrative or legal appeal.


2) Cookies


What is a cookie? 

A cookie is a data set stored on the hard drive of a device (computer, tablet, mobile) via the browser when consulting an on-line service. They are widely used by websites. They guarantee their operation or improve browsing, and also provide certain information, especially in terms of audience measurement, to the owners of these websites. These cookies only record information relating to browsing the website.

Cookies do not cause damage to the device, but make it easier, for example, to find preferences, pre-fill certain fields and adapt the content of the services of the website viewed. This data enables improved ergonomics and services based on the User's interests. 

What cookies are used on the Website?

The Website uses four cookies: 

- A third-party YouTube cookie: this cookie allows you to view videos on the Website.
- Three Google third-party cookies used to: measure the audience on the Website, collect the User's IP address and determine which pages have been viewed by the User. This information is collected for purely statistical purposes. The only personal data here is the IP address.

For what purposes are cookies used?

Cookies are used for the following purposes:
- Establishing statistics 
- Playing videos on the Website

Is it possible to refuse cookies? 

The User can configure their devices so that they accept all cookies, so they are informed when a cookie is issued or so they never accept any cookies. The latter option may however mean that certain customised services cannot be provided and, as a result, the User may not be able to take full advantage of all the features offered by the Website.

If the User does not want to receive cookies in general or only wants to refuse certain cookies, he/she can modify his/her browser settings appropriately.

Instructions are provided for this purpose on the website of each browser:

For Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 and above:
•    select the “Tools” menu, “Internet Options”
•    click on the “Confidentiality” tab: select the desired level using the cursor or click on the “Advanced” button to customise cookie management.

For Firefox 3.5 and above:
•    select the “Tools” menu, then “Options”
•    click on the “Privacy” tab: in “Storage rules”, select “Use custom settings for history" and uncheck the “Accept cookies” button.

For Safari:

For Chrome:
•    select the “Tools” menu, then “Options”
•    click on the “Advanced options” tab: in “Content settings”, check the “Prohibit all websites from storing data” button.

For Opera 6.0 and above:
•    select the File menu > Preferences
•    click on Privacy.

For Netscape 6.X and 7.X:
•    select the “Edit” menu > “Preferences”
•    click on confidentiality and Security
•    click on cookies

The necessary information is also available on the website of the French National Commission on Computer Technology and Freedoms (CNIL):

Otherwise, the User accepts cookies by continuing to browse.