Who are we?

The address of our website is:

This media is published by BORDEAUX Business, 5 allées de Tourny, 33000 BORDEAUX.

Use of personal data collected

The information you give us via this website is recorded and necessary to use the services of our website. They will only be used and subject to external communication to meet legal and regulatory obligations. E-mail messages and email addresses will only be kept for as long as they are processed.


When you leave a comment on our website, the data in the comment form, as well as your IP address and your browser user agent are collected to help us detect unwanted comments.

An anonymized chain created from your email address (also called hash) can be sent to the Gravatar service to check if you are using the email address. The confidentiality clauses of the Gravatar service are available here: After validating your comment, your profile picture will be publicly visible next to your comment.


If you are a registered user and upload images to the website, we advise you to avoid uploading images containing EXIF GPS coordinate data. Visitors to your website can download and extract location data from these images.

Contact forms

All contact forms are secured by a reCaptcha. By providing us with your data via these forms, you will learn about the elements of our terms of use and our privacy policy. The information collected is strictly collected in order to be able to respond to your request, and kept only for this purpose.

You are informed that the forms and related data transmitted by you are collected and processed for the purpose of requesting contact and business relationship resulting only from Bordeaux Business.

For any request for access, rectification, deletion, you can contact us at


If you submit a comment on our website, you will be offered to register your name, email address and website in cookies. It’s only for your convenience so you don’t have to enter this information if you submit another comment later. These cookies expire after one year.

If you have an account and log on to this site, a temporary cookie will be created to determine if your browser accepts cookies. It does not contain personal data and will be deleted automatically when your browser closes.

When you log in, we’ll set up a number of cookies to record your login information and screen preferences. The lifespan of a connection cookie is two days, that of a screen option cookie is one year. If you check “Remember Me,” your login cookie will be kept for two weeks. If you log out of your account, the login cookie will be deleted.

By modifying or publishing an article, an additional cookie will be saved in your browser. This cookie does not include any personal data. It simply shows the ID of the article you just changed. It expires after one day.

On-board content from other sites

Articles on this site may include embedded content (for example videos, images, articles, etc.). Content embedded from other sites behaves in the same way as if the visitor went to that other site.

These websites could collect data about you, use cookies, ship third-party tracking tools, track your interactions with this embedded content if you have an account logged into their website.

Statistics and audience measures

For statistical and audience measurement purposes, this website also uses cookies and the Google Analytics web analysis services of the company Google In. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses “Cookies”, text data, which are stored on your computer (by your Internet browser) and which make it possible to analyse your use of the website during your visit. Data collected via Cookies about your use of the site is transferred to a Google server in the US and stored on site. However, if IP anonymisation is activated on this website, your IP address will be compressed beforehand by Google within member states of the European Union or in other member states of the Treaty on the European Economic Area. Only in exceptional cases, the full IP address will be transmitted to a Google server in the United States and then compressed. Google will use this information on behalf of the site owner to analyze your use of the site, to report on visitor activity, and also to provide data to third-party services related to the use of the site and the Internet. Google will not link the IP address transmitted by your browser as part of Google Analytics to other Google data. You can disable the installation and use of Cookies by simply configuring your Internet browser software; however, we inform you that it is then possible that you will not be able to access all the functions of the site optimally. However, you can prevent the storage of personal data (including your IP address) generated by Cookies and the use of the website, as well as the use of this data by Google, by downloading and installing via the following link the browser plugin available:

More information about the Google Analytics Privacy Policy and Terms of Service can be found here or in the About Google Analyticssection. Please note that on this website, the Google Analytics code “gat._anonymizeIp();” has been added in order to ensure the collection of IP addresses anonymously (IP masking).

Using and transmitting your personal data

How long it’s going to take to store your data

If you leave a comment, the comment and its metadata are kept indefinitely. This automatically recognizes and approves the following comments instead of leaving them in the moderation queue.

For users who register on our site (if possible), we also store the personal data shown in their profile. All users can see, edit or delete their personal information at any time (except their username). Site managers can also see and edit this information.

The rights you have to your data

If you have an account or have left comments on the site, you can request to receive a file containing all the personal data we have about you, including the data you have provided to us. You can also request the removal of personal data about you. This does not take into account data stored for administrative, legal or security purposes.

Transmission of your personal data

Visitor feedback can be verified using an automated unwanted comment detection service.

More information

How we protect your data

What is the processing of personal data? These are all manual or computerized processing relating to data that directly or indirectly identifies natural persons (for example the use of data such as: first name, photograph, nominative e-mail, identification number, location data, data specific to the physical, physiological, economic identity of a person …)

What protection do the persons whose data are processed by BORDEAUX Business enjoy? For each processing, when collecting the data, transparent, concise and complete information is provided. This allows you to understand the purpose of the processing, and ensure control of their data by facilitating the exercise of their rights (opposition, access, rectification, erasure, limitation, portability).

Procedures in the event of data leakage

In the event of an anomaly, BORDEAUX Business intervenes within 48 hours to communicate transparently on its situation. On the one hand, BORDEAUX Business informs the competent supervisory authority, the CNIL in France. On the other hand, BORDEAUX Business warns people whose data has been hacked, if the leak may cause a real risk to their rights and freedoms (sensitive data).

Third-party services that give us data

As part of its commercial activities, BORDEAUX Business may collect professional data that is public or made public by its owners on regulatory databases such as Infogreffe, INSEE. Public information can also be searched via public databases such as social networks (Linkedin), newsletter (MailChimp), or directories (Yellow Pages). Any public professional information used on a commercial basis requires the prior and/or regulatory authorisation of the holder of personal data concerned, with the said services, and for the aforementioned purposes.

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