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ESSILOR INTERNATIONAL (« ESSILOR ») reserves the right to modify or supplement this legal notice and general usage conditions at any time and without prior notice. For this reason, we invite you to consult this notice on a regular basis.
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The links which the Site may contain to other sites are given for information.
The links to all these sites shall not implicate ESSILOR in any manner: support for the content to which these links point, or to the products, advertisements or any elements or services presented on these sites.
The IT security of the pages towards which some of the links on the Site may point is not guaranteed. It is your responsibility to take the necessary precautions in this regard, as ESSILOR declines all responsibility for any direct or indirect harm, whatever the cause, origin, nature or consequences arising from access to other sites, or concerning the content of information provided by these sites.
We remind you that these sites are subject to their own usage conditions.
The information concerning you is recorded and processed in complete confidentiality and security by ESSILOR.
You are informed that the information that you communicate using the forms present on the Site is necessary to respond to your requests and is intended for ESSILOR, the data controller, for purposes of administration and for external communication or information. This data is not retained beyond a period of 2 years.
Connection data may be processed for purely statistical purposes. If it becomes necessary to retain this data, it will be retained for a maximum period of one year. We inform you that, for reasons inherent in the purpose of processing, this data may be transmitted to other companies located within the European Union.
Any personal data you send to ESSILOR is protected by the French Data Protection Act (No. 78-17) of 6 January 1978. This law grants you the right to access, rectify and delete any personal information at any time, directly online at the following electronic address email@example.com, accompanying your request with a copy of an identity document.
The present general usage conditions are governed by French law. This is so for substantive and formal rules. Any dispute arising from the application of the present general usage conditions shall come within the competence of the French courts.
The Site is put in place by ESSILOR, for which the head office is in France. Internet users who access the site from locations outside France must comply with all local laws.