General terms and conditions of use
The website www.web2.greenpeace.fr/gff-v2 is hosted by Greenpeace France.
On our website, we collect no data which may be used to identify a person, with the exception of data that is sent to us voluntarily by email on our newsletter sign-up form. When you accept to provide data to us, your data remains strictly confidential. It is never – and will never be – sold, exchanged, leased or given to other organisations for commercial prospection purposes.
If you become a supporter, you may be given the option of taking part in upcoming actions on-line, being informed of the outcome of the action, receiving a newsletter or other information, or supporting Greenpeace financially. You are always free to accept or refuse all or some of these proposals.
We temporarily retain messages and contact details of persons who have contacted us to ask for information or advice, in case we need to contact them at a later date to provide additional information. However, we do not transmit such data to any other party, and do not use the data for other purposes.
In compliance with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR – EU Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council dated 27 April 2016 applicable as of 25 May 2018, and the French Data Protection Act amended on 20 June 2018), you enjoy the right to access, modify, correct, delete, oppose and limit the processing purpose of data concerning you as well as the right to data portability.
To exercise this right, write by post to:
13, rue d’Enghien
or by email to the Data Protection Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Accessing the website
Greenpeace France shall endeavour to provide access to the website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, with the exception of cases of force majeure or an event outside its control, notwithstanding any failures and maintenance operations required for the proper functioning of the website and its services.
As a result, Greenpeace France cannot guarantee the availability of the website and/or its services, or reliable transmissions or performance in terms of response time or quality. No technical assistance may be provided to users either by email or by telephone.
Greenpeace France may not be held liable in the event of the site being inaccessible and/or failure to use the services.
In addition, Greenpeace France may have to discontinue the site or part of its services at any time without notice, without any right to compensation. The user acknowledges and accepts that Greenpeace France is not responsible for any disruptions and any consequences which may result from them for the user or any third party.
This website may not be reproduced in whole or in part except as provided for under article L.122-5 of the French Intellectual Property Code without the consent of the publication director.
Security & confidentiality of sensitive data
The web2.greenpeace.fr/gff-v2 website uses the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) security protocol to ensure that your communication by Internet remains private. This protocol offers applications for clients/servers that can be used to communicate without being listened to intrusively, without your messages being modified. It encrypts all personal data (name, address, email address, etc.) during transit between the browser and our servers, so that this data cannot be read when it is circulating on the Internet. When you are on a secure page, a padlock icon appears in the address bar.
In addition to using SSL encryption to protect sensitive data on the Internet, we also do our utmost to protect this data once it is saved. All our hard drives are encrypted upstream of the operating system. If a machine were to be unfortunately stolen, the data stored on the hard drives would remain inaccessible.
Only certain employees needing data for a specific purpose (for example, our data collection officers) have access to data which can be used to identify a person. Our employees must use computers protected by passwords. In addition, all Greenpeace France employees who process our supporters’ data are kept updated on our latest security and privacy protection practices. Our employees are made aware of the importance we place on privacy and of what they can do to ensure that our members’ data is protected. They are regularly reminded of this.
Comment moderation policy
Our website is intended to be a forum for information and exchanges concerning news of the Greenpeace France documentary film festival, which is open to all. To ensure that this space is as pleasant as possible to use, we would ask you to comply with a few basic rules.
In order to ensure your content is understood by all, please write in correct French as much as possible, avoiding shorthand (such as in SMS) and capitals.
The content of some publications may sometimes give rise to heated debate. Disagreement must not lead to the use of invectives. In addition, we reserve the right to delete a comment if its content is not in keeping with our policy, and even to bar the author.
You will find below a non-exhaustive list of what we consider to be comments that are not in line with our policy, some of which are unlawful.
- Discriminatory comments and incitement to racial hatred
- The denial of crimes against humanity, calls for violence or murder
- Insulting comments (insults, rude, aggressive or disrespectful remarks, etc.)
- The disclosure of personal data or copies of private messages without the prior consent of the persons concerned
- Any obscene or pornographic message or messages constituting harassment
- Any message posted for advertising or commercial purposes
- Comments that are off-topic
We all have political sensitivity. You can express it here, but in moderation. We will delete any comment which aims to support a political person or group insistently, or if it has no relation to the posted comment. We are a non-partisan organisation, in favour of debating ideas, but firmly opposed to any form of partisan propaganda.
We will not tolerate the disclosure of unfounded information in response to our posts or their comments. Where possible, please state the sources to support your comments, without excessive use of external links which would be deemed disguised advertising or a means to artificially stimulate a website’s natural referencing. Content with the sole aim of creating a controversy drawing attention, to the detriment of quality exchanges, or which defames Internet users or Greenpeace, will be deleted from the page. Lastly, persons posting the same content several times in a comment will be considered as spam, and their messages will be deleted.
When you post a comment on a Greenpeace website, your IP address is saved and archived, to avoid an inappropriate use of comments.
Director of the publication: Jean-François Julliard, Executive Director of Greenpeace France
If you have any questions about the data we store on our members, please contact email@example.com.
Our security measures and this policy are reassessed at regular intervals. You can write with any questions concerning this policy to:
13, rue d’Enghien