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In accordance with the Data Protection Act No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, this site has been declared to the CNIL No. 1251497.
In accordance with article 34 of the law "Informatique et Libertés", you have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data concerning you.
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Profileo is not responsible for the accuracy, errors or omissions contained on this site.
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Profileo reserves the right to modify this information at any time, in particular by updating this site.
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The user undertakes not to transmit any information on this site which could lead to civil or criminal liability and undertakes, therefore, not to disclose via this site illegal information, contrary to public order or defamatory.

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Under article 27 of law n ° 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files and freedoms, you have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete data that concerns you. You can at any time object, free of charge and without reason, to the dissemination and / or conservation, by Profileo, of the data you have provided.

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