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The is published by: 


Ms Sophie Bruneteau

Road to Peyrata

40180, Tercis les Bains 


Telephone: +33 (0)6 72 85 42 16 Email:

Legal form: EI

SIRET 84814895300021


having the status of data controller or co-data controller within the meaning of the regulations relating to personal data, in particular the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


What personal data is processed?


In the case of using the contact form:

  • First and last name

  • E-mail address

  • Telephone number​

Cookies :


A cookie is a text file, saved on the hard drive of your computer at the request of the server on which the visited website is located. It is stored when viewing a website. Its recording on the hard drive does not give rise to the disclosure of personal information concerning the Internet user. 


Cookies used by the are

  • Session cookies allow users to be recognized on a website so that any changes or selections of data you make on a page are remembered from one page to another.

  • Technical cookies to ensure site security or even server load balancing

  • Audience measurement cookies intended to establish the volume and establish traffic statistics for our site, the different sections as well as the use of the services offered.

What are the purposes of the processing?


  • Contact form: the data entered is necessary to contact the person requiring information. The legal basis for processing is consent.

  • If the person enters into a contract for the supply of a product or service by NZURI NA'WEH, then this data may be used in the context of exchanges relating to our relations. The processing is then based on the legitimate interest of the company. The person can object to this processing at any time.

Who are the recipients of the data?


The sole recipient of the data is NZURI NA'WEH


How long is the data retained?


The data is deleted a maximum of 3 years after the person's last contact


What are the rights of people whose personal data is collected?


-       Right to access personal data concerning them

-       Right to rectification or erasure thereof

-       Right to restriction of processing

-       Right to object to processing (and in particular commercial prospecting)

-       Right to data portability

-       Right to lodge a complaint with the Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés (website:


In accordance with the GDPR, certain conditions may apply to the exercise of these rights.


To exercise these rights, an email can be sent to

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