The personal data of the Individual Purchaser gathered at the time of his/her order are processed by computer. These data may be used by the FFT for management purposes. They are not sent to the FFT’s commercial partners.
The banking data provided by the Individual Purchaser, in the case of payment for an order by credit card, are stored in the FFT’s systems provider authorized for that purpose, and will be subject to special security measures. In accordance with the recommendations of the French privacy watchdog, the “CNIL” (“Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés”), these data are not used and kept except for the purposes of and the term of the transaction, and will be erased for good once payment is complete.
The email address provided by the Individual Purchaser when s/he ordered may be used for sending information emails pertinent to the processing of that order.
It may also be used for the FFT to send advertising, promotional and/or commercial email messages, subject to the Individual Purchaser approving by checking the appropriate box on his/her personal area within the Site.
The FFT reserves the right, except in the case of explicit notification to the contrary by the Individual Purchaser, to send the Individual Purchaser commercial offers for products and/or services similar to those ordered. 16.
Pursuant to the provisions of Articles 39 and 40 of the French data privacy law, the law on information processing and freedoms, dated 6 January 1978, as amended in 2004, the Individual Purchaser has the right to access and, as appropriate, have corrected or deleted personal details concerning her/him.
This right may be exercised by applying to CORRESPONDANT INFORMATIQUE ET LIBERTÉS DE LA FÉDÉRATION FRANÇAISE DE TENNIS (firstname.lastname@example.org) ou by mail :
Fédération Française de Tennis (FFT)
2 avenue Gordon-Bennett
n° de SIRET : 775 671 381 000 33
Tel : 01 47 43 48 00
Fax : 01 47 43 04 94
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a piece of information placed on your hard disk by the server of the website you are visiting.
It contains several data :
the name of the server which placed it ;
an identifier in the form of a unique number ;
(possibly) an expiry date
This information is sometimes stored on your computer in a simple text file which the server accesses in order to read and store the information.
What do cookies do?
A cookie has several different functions. It can enable the server that has placed it to recognize the user from one visit to the next by means of a unique identifier. Certain cookies can also be used to store the content of a shopping basket, others store the language parameters of a website and some enable targeted advertising.
Who can place cookies and who can access them?
An Internet website can only read and write cookies which belong to it. It should be remembered however that a page on the Internet can often contain information from different websites, particularly via advertising banners. Cookies therefore can be placed and read by sites other than the one you are directly visiting. For example, if you surf on a news website, it is possible that other sites – advertising for example – can obtain information on your surfing. To do this, the advertisers place a cookie on the new website that you are looking at.
How do these advertising cookies work?
Advertising cookies record information on how users surf and can work out their interests and surfing habits on that website. This then enables companies to personalize the advertising which the user will see based on what he or she has done on the website they have visited, and also based on other sites containing the same advertising.
What does the law say about cookies?
How to manage blocking and installing cookies
1. To remove cookies that are already installed on your computer
Go to "Workstation",
Select "Windows" in "C:\",
Open "Temporary Internet Files",
Select all files ("CTRL A"),
2. To refuse or be warned about the installation of cookies
Browser: Internet Explorer 5 (Microsoft): Select "Tools", "Internet Options", "Security", "Personalise the level" ; in the drop-down menu, select "cookies" then "authorise cookies on your computer", then choose "request" to be sent a message or "deactivate" to refuse all cookies.
Browser: Internet Explorer 6, 7 or 8 (Microsoft): Select "Tools", "Internet Options", "Confidentiality", then the level which you wish to apply.
Browser: Firefox: Click on "Tools", "Options". Under "Privacy", untick "Accept cookies".
Browser: Google Chrome: Click on "Personalise and control Google Chrome", then select "Parameters". In "Confidentiality", click on "Content parameters" and tick "Block cookies and third party site data".