Ombrea Legal and Privacy Policy

Presentation of the site (legal notice).

Pursuant to Article 6 of French Law no. 2004-575 of June 21, 2004 on confidence in the digital economy, the following information is provided to users of the website:

Publisher: The Website is published by OMBREA, a French Société par Action Simplifiée with share capital of 69,335 euros, registered with the Registre du Commerce et des Sociétés d'Aix-en-Provence under number 823 339 627, having its registered office at Avenue Louis Philibert, Domaine du Petit Arbois 13100 Aix en Provence. Its telephone number is 07 57 08 14 34.

The publication director is Julie Davico-Pahin.

Host: The Website is hosted by Amazon Web Services Inc, whose address is PO Box 81226, Seattle, WA 981808-1226 - USA. Its telephone number is 1-800-522-6645.


Intellectual property and counterfeiting.

OMBREA is the owner of the intellectual property rights or holds the rights of use on all the elements accessible on the site, in particular the texts, images, graphics, logos, icons, sounds, software, as well as on the domain name and the associated trademarks.

Any reproduction, representation, modification, publication, adaptation of all or part of the elements of the site, the domain name, the trademarks, all literary, graphic (including photographic), audiovisual or computer creations, HTML developments, or other works of the mind, and generally all creations likely to be protected by intellectual property, whatever the means or the process used, is prohibited, except prior written authorization from OMBREA.

Any unauthorized use of the website or of any of the elements it contains will be considered as constituting an infringement, which is a civil and criminal offence and may be prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of articles L331-1 of the French Intellectual Property Code.

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to inform and present the manner in which OMBREA, as data controller, treats the personal data of its interlocutors collected in the context of the use of the website


Personal data collected when using the contact form

As data controller, OMBREA collects and processes personal data concerning the Internet user when he/she fills in the contact form as follows:

Personal data collected: surname, first name, company (if applicable), job title, telephone number, e-mail address, subject of request, project summary (and project details if applicable), requirements.

Whether data entry is compulsory or optional is indicated at the time of collection by an asterisk next to the data that must be provided. The compulsory communication of certain personal data is necessary for OMBREA to implement the above-mentioned purposes.

Purposes of processing: to respond to requests for information, to communicate with any person interested in OMBREA's activities, to recontact the person if necessary.

Legal basis: performance of the contract (pre-contractual measures) or if the request has another purpose, legitimate interests of OMBREA to respond to requests for information.

Retention and archiving period: 3 years from date of request

Data controller and recipients of personal data: OMBREA, whose contact details are specified in the website's legal notice, is the data controller.


Personal data is transmitted to OMBREA staff ("sales department", "communications department", "HR department").

This personal data may also be communicated to the hosting company, which acts as a subcontractor on OMBREA's instructions. The data is hosted in the European Union. The host will not transfer the data outside the European Union, unless this is necessary to provide the services or to comply with the law or a valid and binding order from a government body. In this case, the European Commission's standard contractual clauses adopted on June 4, 2021 will apply to transferred data.

They may also, if necessary, be sent to recipients acting as data processors, for the purposes set out above, such as banking establishments or consultants. These recipients process the personal data of the persons concerned in accordance with their own privacy policy, under their own responsibility.


Individuals' rights to their personal data

Individuals whose data is collected by OMBREA have the following rights with respect to their personal data at all times:

- Right of access: to obtain confirmation of the processing of personal data and a certain amount of information about the processing, it being understood that this information is in any case given in the present personal data protection policy;

- Right of rectification: to obtain rectification of personal data that is inaccurate or incomplete;

- Right to erasure ("right to oblivion"): obtaining the erasure of their personal data when it is no longer necessary with regard to the purposes for which it was collected or in the event of opposition to the processing of their personal data. The right to erasure is not enforceable in the cases provided for in Article 17.3 of the RGPD. In particular, this right is not open as long as the data subject has a pending order or claim, as this personal data is necessary for OMBREA to manage the contract and provide the services or manage the claim.

- Right to restrict processing: obtain a restriction on the processing of personal data, in particular if the accuracy of the data is disputed, or if the data retention period has expired but the person whose data is being processed still needs to retain the personal data in order to establish, exercise or defend a legal claim;

- Right to portability: where data has been collected pursuant to a contract or the consent of the data subject, obtain communication of the personal data communicated to OMBREA in a readable format, or request that OMBREA transmit the personal data communicated to another data controller ;

- Right to object: object at any time, for reasons relating to his/her personal situation, to the processing of his/her personal data based on OMBREA's legitimate interests, unless OMBREA has compelling reasons to do so.

- Right to lodge a complaint: lodge a complaint with the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés if the person whose data is processed considers that the processing carried out by OMBREA constitutes a breach of the applicable regulations.

- The right to define directives concerning the fate of personal data after death.


These rights may be exercised at any time by contacting OMBREA :

- By post: Avenue Louis Philibert, Domaine du Petit Arbois 13100 Aix en Provence

- By e-mail: