Privacy policy

Buffet Crampon undertakes, as part of its business and pursuant to legislation in force in France and Europe, to ensure the protection, confidentiality and security of the personal data of users of its services, and to respect their privacy.
This policy contains information on the way in which Buffet Crampon, its sub-contractors and its potential partners process your personal data.


Buffet Crampon only processes personal data for specific, explicit and legitimate purposes. Buffet Crampon does not process this data in a way that is incompatible with these purposes.

In this regard, Buffet Crampon’s purposes are as follows:
. Organising direct marketing operations.
. Organising sales initiatives
. Organising competitions
. Surveying customers or musicians
. Improving offers and customer relations
. Combatting fraud

Your data is kept for the time needed to achieve the purposes set out above.
Buffet Crampon may also process your data for statistical purposes, but this data is not in any case commercialised.


Buffet Crampon only processes data or a data category that is strictly necessary for their particular purposes. You can find more information on these purposes above.

Buffet Crampon processes the following data categories:
. Identification data: Surname, name, email address, etc.
. Contact data: postal address, email address, telephone number, etc.
. Personal life: interests, etc.
. Products chosen
. Situation, brand(s) and interest, enabling customer segmentation
. Location data


Data collected is sent to the Buffet Crampon Communication and Marketing departments and their sub-contractors.
Data processed may be sent to the relevant authorities, on their request, as part of legal proceedings, legal investigations and requests for information from authorities, or to comply with other legal obligations.


You have a right to access, rectification and removal of data concerning you. You may request the portability of this data. You also have the right to object to the processing of data or to request limitation.
You may issue directives on the conservation, removal or communication of your personal data after your death.
Telephone-specific regulations: all consumers may register for the call block list “Bloctel”, free of charge, so that they are no longer contacted on the phone by a professional with whom they have no current contractual relations. Consumers may register at or by letter addressed to: Société Opposetel, Service Bloctel, 6, rue Nicolas Siret – 10 000 Troyes


You may exercise your rights at any point, and contact the Data Protection Officer at the addresses below.
Any request to exercise your rights must be accompanied with a photocopy of two proofs of identity (national identity card issued by the French government or European Union identity card, residence card issued by the French government, residency permit issued by the French government or travel permit issued by the French government). You shall receive a response within one month of receipt of your request.

By letter:
Buffet Crampon
5, Rue Maurice Bertheaux
78711 Mantes La Ville

Option to contact CNIL
If your dealings with Buffet Crampon have not been to your satisfaction, you have the option of making a complaint to the (French) National Commission on Data Protection (Commission Nationale de l’informatique et des Libertés – CNIL), a supervisory authority charged with compliance with obligations concerning personal data in France.


Geotagging is performed based on the user’s IP address, which is only stored on the local storage of the customer’s browser’s and is never retrieved by Buffet Crampon.


Buffet Crampon makes sure that your data is processed with complete security and confidentiality, including when certain operations are carried out by sub-contractors. In this regard, we have introduced the appropriate technical and organisational measures to avoid loss, misuse, alteration and removal of your personal data. These measures are adapted according to the level of sensitivity of the data processed and the level of risk that its processing or implementation demands.


This Personal Data Protection Policy may be changed.



Cookies are text files placed and stored on the hard drive of your terminal (computer, smartphone, tablet or any other device that can browse the internet) by a website’s server.

Some of these cookies are necessary – indispensable even – for accessing certain website functionalities. Others enable, for example, statistics and web traffic volume data (number of visits on each page, geographical location of platform used to visit the website, etc.) and statistics on the navigation and use of various elements that make up the website (sections and content visited, duration of visit, etc.). They may also be used for other additional services such as, for example, sharing content on a website via social networks.

At no point is the use of cookies imposed on you, and you may reject their use at any point through the settings of your internet browser, as explained below.

For more information on cookies:

the CNIL website


Cookies for functionality or essential to the website:

According to regulations, these cookies do not require the user’s consent. They are essential to browsing our websites and strictly necessary to provide a service specifically requested by the user. Their removal can lead to browsing difficulties. We advise you not to remove them.

Analytical cookies

These are cookies that provide us with insight into the use and performance of our websites, produce statistics and data on site traffic and the use of various elements on our websites (most-visited pages and sections, most-read articles, etc.) in order to improve the quality and usability of our services.

These are mainly cookies issued by Buffet Crampon. With regard to third-party cookies, they are not placed by us. Consequently, we suggest you visit the websites of these third parties for more information on the cookies placed and how they are managed.
In any case, you may block these cookies through the appropriate settings in your browser, as set out below.

Sharing cookies (social media)

Our website contain links to share on Facebook, Twitter and other similar social networks, which allow you to share content from our websites with other people via social networks. When you use these share buttons, a third-party cookie is installed.

If you are connected to a social network when browsing our websites, the share buttons mean content viewed can be connected to your social network. If you do not want the social network to link the information collected through our websites, to your user account, you must first disconnect from the social network.

You may also block these cookies through the appropriate settings in your browser, as set out below.

Finally, we encourage you to consult the privacy policies of these social networks in order to be aware of your rights and the purposes for which browsing information collected through these buttons is used, particularly with regard to advertising.

Advertising cookies

A third-party advertising cookie is a cookie placed by the server of a separate domain to that of the website visited. The most common third-party advertising cookies are generally those used by advertising companies.

They can track a network of websites. They are, for example, used for behavioural targeting, which means an internet user can be “recognised” on a set of separate websites. In this case, the network management cookie is placed or used from pages on each site through a tag.

The following cookies are used on our websites (this list was made in August 2014). This is likely to change over time; we invite you to regularly check the cookies section in the settings of your browser):

Name: _ga
Duration 2 years
Role: User recognition

Name: _gat
Duration 1 day
Role: Advertising
Name: _gid
Duration 1 day
Role: User recognition
Name: _icl_visitor_lang_js
Duration 1 day
Function: recording the user’s browser language.


Pursuant to regulations, you have a right to object to and to access data concerning you.

You may, at any point, choose to refuse the placing of cookies, or deactivate them. The default settings of internet browsers are usually set to allow cookies. You can change this by changing the settings of your browser. You can allow or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis, according to the site transmitting them, or indeed systematically refuse them all at once.

We remind you that changing your settings is likely to modify the conditions of your access to our services that require the use of cookies. Therefore, if you choose to deactivate certain cookies (e.g., in the case of functionality cookies), it could result in certain parts of our websites becoming inaccessible.

In order to manage cookies in line with your expectations, we invite you to calibrate your browser, taking into account the purposes the cookies used set out above.

Each browser is configured in a different way. This is described in the help menu for your browser, which will help you change your wishes on the subject of cookies.
You can deactivate cookies by following these instructions:

Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer, click on the Tools button, then Internet Options.
On the General tab, under Browsing History, click on Settings.
Click on “Show files”.
Click on the Name column header to sort the files in alphabetical order, then look through the list until you see files that begin with the prefix “Cookie”. (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the website that created them).
Select the cookie(s) you wish to remove.
Close the window containing the file list, then click OK twice to return to Internet Explorer.


Go to the “Tools” tab in your browser then select the “Options” menu.
In the next window, choose “Privacy” and click on “Show Cookies”.
Identify the files as mentioned above, select them and remove them.


In your browser, go to Edit > Preferences
Click on Security.
Click on Show Cookies
Select the cookies mentioned above and click on Remove or Remove All.
After deleting cookies, click on Finished

Google Chrome

Click on the Tools menu.
Select Options.
Click on the Advanced Options tab and go to the “Confidentiality” section.
Click on Show Cookies
Identify the files as mentioned above, select them and remove them.
Click on “Close” to return to your browser.

Certain browsers will have a “Do Not Track” option that you can tick to object to cookies being placed on your computer.

For any questions, contact:
Buffet Crampon
5, Rue Maurice Bertheaux
78711 Mantes La Ville

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