Conditions of use

Data collection

SERT SAS is a data controller within the meaning of France’s Loi “Informatique et Libertés” and collects and processes personal data. Collecting this data is necessary so that our customers can access and use the services available on our website.
Our contact forms specify the data that must be transmitted in order to use the services on our site.

What kinds of personal data are collected by SERT SAS?

We collect declarative data and behavioral data.

Declarative data: SERT SAS may compile one or more files that include information that you voluntarily provide to us in connection with your use of our website and services. This personal data is collected by way of our contact forms. In general, this includes your name and contact information (for example, mailing address, e-mail address, and telephone number).
When your declarative data is to be used for commercial purposes, SERT SAS requests your consent in accordance with applicable law.
Behavioral data: SERT SAS may also collect navigational data using data collection tools (cookies, tags, and other similar tools) installed on our website.
Collecting this data helps us to optimize our website’s content and design so that the site remains user-friendly and reaches the largest possible audience.

How does SERT SAS use declarative data?

With your express consent (provided by checking appropriate boxes on our submission forms), your declarative data can be used in the following ways:

  • For direct communications with us.
  • To provide you with information on special services or promotions (no newsletter subscriptions).
  • For transmission to competent public authorities pursuant to an official request and as required by law.

How does SERT SAS use behavioral data?

The behavioral data we collect includes the time and duration of your visit to Sakura-fishing and the specific pages visited; we do not collect IP addresses. This behavioral data helps the site administrator to optimize the website’s content and design. The data is stored in the website’s database and is used exclusively by the site administrator; the data is not used by third parties or business partners. Collected data is deleted from the local database every sixty (60) days.

How to exercise your rights of access, rectification and objection concerning your personal data?

Pursuant to articles 39 and 40 of France’s Loi “Informatique et Libertés”, you can request that we send you a copy of your personal data; you can also request that any of your personal data that is incorrect, incomplete, ambiguous, or expired, or of which the collection, use, transmission, or storage is prohibited by law, be rectified, completed, clarified, updated or erased. To do so, please send a letter to the following address:

SERT SAS
Service Internet
9 rue François Coli
CS 30089 – Z.I. complexe Indar
33295 Blanquefort cedex
France

In accordance with decree n°2007-451 of 25 March 2007 implementing the Loi “Informatique et Libertés”, your request must be in writing, signed, and accompanied by a copy of a signed, government-issued photo ID. You must indicate to us the address to which you wish a response be sent. SERT SAS will respond to your request within two (2) months of the receipt of your request.

Third-party partners

Data collected by Google Analytics on the Sakura-fishing web site is deleted after twenty-six (26) months; this period is renewed each time a visitor returns to the website prior to the end of the 26-month period. Google Analytics’ terms and conditions, to which the Sakura-fishing website has agreed, prohibit the transmission of personal data to Google Analytics. This information includes any and all data that reasonably could be used to identify an individual, including (without limitation) names, e-mail addresses, or billing information.

Google Analytics browser opt-out add-on: Internet users who do not wish their site activity to be available to Google Analytics can install a browser add-on. The add-on prevents the Google Analytics JavaScript (gtag.js, ga.js, analytics.js, and dc.js) that is running on websites from sharing information with Google Analytics about visit activity. Using the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on will not prevent site owners from using other tools to measure site analytics. It does not prevent data from being sent to the website itself or in other ways to web analytics services. Click here for more information about the Google Analytics browser opt-out add-on.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer’s hard drive and serves to record data related to your internet browsing.
Only the website that created the cookie can read or modify the data that the cookie records, including:

  • the name of the server that sent it;
  • a unique identifying number;
  • in some cases, an expiration date.

There are a variety of types of cookies; not all are used by our website

First category: Cookies strictly necessary to use of the website

Some cookies are strictly necessary in order to browse a website and use its features. These cookies allow you to keep a browsing session open, to personalise search results, or to use a shopping cart on an e-commerce site. These cookies are used by our website.
Disabling these cookies can interfere with the proper functioning of the website. We recommend allowing your browser to accept them.

Second category: Optional cookies

Targeting or advertising cookies
Advertising cookies allow the publication of advertisements on the websites that you visit and the tailoring of these advertisements to your specific interests.
Our website does not use this type of cookie.

Flash cookies
This is a kind of cookie collected via Adobe Flash Player, a program that you likely have on your computer in order to stream video or audio content.
Our website does not use this type of cookie.

Third-party cookies
These cookies are not placed by the website you are visiting, but by a third party. This kind of cookie is used, for example, for sharing content on a social network (Facebook, Twitter, etc.).
Our website does not use this type of cookie.

Functional cookies

These cookies are used by Google Analytics’ marketing analytics tools. The information collected by these cookies is processed in the United States. All collected information is aggregated and anonymous.
For more information about Google Analytics’ privacy and confidentiality policy, please consult their Terms of Service.
These cookies track how a website’s visitors use the site, including how they have accessed the site, which pages they visit, the duration of their visit, and website effectiveness. This information helps to optimise a website’s performance in order to improve customer experience.
Our website does not use this type of cookie for audience measurement purposes.
These cookies can remain on your computer for at most 13 months. After this period, we must request your consent anew before using these cookies.

You can, if you wish, disable these kinds of cookies.
Doing so will not interfere with the proper functioning of our website.

How to change cookie settings in your browser?

If you wish to delete the cookies saved on your computer or to configure your web browser to block cookies, you can do so by changing your browser’s cookie preferences. Usually, browser options relating to cookies can be accessed in the “Options”, “Tools”, or “Preferences” menu. The precise manner in which cookie preferences can be changed varies from one browser to another. More information on changing cookie preferences in specific browsers can be found at the following links:
Microsoft Internet Explorer
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Safari
Firefox
Opera

Please note that if you change your browser’s cookie preferences to block all cookies, you will still be able to use our website, but all of the functionalities may not be available.