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Mars Rouge attaches a great deal of importance to protecting your privacy and personal data. In accordance with European Regulation No. 2016/679 of 26 April 2016 and the French Data Protection Law « Loi informatique et libertés » of 6 January 1978 amended, Mars Rouge is deeply committed to the privacy of the users of its internet site.

The GDPR, or General Data Protection Regulation is, as its name suggests, a European regulation which came into effect on 25 May 2018 with the aim of tightening controls on protection and compliance with personal data and privacy.

The information collected on the contact form on this website is used only to provide answers to the requests of internet users. It is stored only in the framework of a service contract entered into with Mars Rouge and is intended for internal use only.

Pursuant to French Data Protection legislation, you may exercise your right of access to data that concerns you and have it rectified by contacting Mars Rouge.

Intended uses of data processing

The collection of all data is undertaken specifically for the explicit purposes clearly established on the page of the Internet Site on which such data are collected. This being the case, the user is reminded that:

As far as the management of your request or query is concerned, the purposes of collection and processing are the management of your request or query and the improvement of products and service provisions. The legal basis for such processing is the performance of a contract (article 6.1.b of the European Regulation).


This policy applies to cookies and other technological systems present in the digital services published by Mars Rouge that can be accessed by a user via his or her television, computer, tablet, smartphone or other mobile terminal, in particular the internet services at sur

The user is duly informed that, during his or her visits to the internet site, a cookie may be automatically installed on his or her browser software. The cookie is a data block which does not permit the identification of users but is used to record information relating to their browsing habits on the internet site.

Cookies are secure. They cannot store information made available by the browser, information that the user may earlier have entered in the browser or which is included in page requests.

There are two different types of cookies, the uses and content of which are different, temporary or persistent:

  • Temporary cookies contain information which is used within your browsing session. Such cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Nothing is saved on your computer once you have finished browsing.
  • Persistent cookies are used to store information utilised between visits. Such data enable internet sites to recognise that you are a regular client and adapt accordingly. Persistent cookies have a long-term value defined by the internet site that may vary from a few minutes to several years.

User session cookies

User session cookies record the information that you duly fill in using our forms when signing up to one of our services. They are used to recognise you whenever you log on to one of our services.

Audience measurement and statistical cookies

Audience measurement cookies establish statistics on the number of visits to and the use of our services. Statistics on traffic, content and pages called up on our internet site may thus be collected. Such statistics make it possible, for instance, to enhance the interest and ergonomics of our services.

Cookies for sharing via social media

Cookies files may be dropped in your terminal by social media internet sites to enable the sharing of content from our services. Such social media internet sites are shown on our services by means of buttons that enable such social media to identify you during your browsing session on our services or to share any content of our services that you may wish to share. We have no control over such cookies or the data that they gather via the social media, which act on their own behalf. For further information on such applications and the purposes for which they are used, we would suggest that you consult the privacy policies of each of such individual social media websites.

Deactivation and deletion of cookies

The purpose of such cookies is to be saved for a variable period of time that may be as long as twelve (12) months. They can be read and used by Mars Rouge during a subsequent visit to the internet site.

All web browsers allow you to restrict the behaviour of cookies or to deactivate them in the browser settings or options. The steps to be taken are different for each browser. You can find instructions in the « Help » menu of your respective browser.

Thanks to your browser, you can also consult the cookies dropped in your computer and delete them one at a time or all in one go.

Cookies are text files that can be opened in order to read their content. The data they contain are often encrypted and correspond to a web session, such that they make no sense at all except to the internet site which wrote them.