Privacy Policy

Aims and scope of the Privacy Policy

When you visit our Website, we may access and process information about you.

The aim of this privacy policy is to explain how we use your personal data through our Website and to inform you of your rights in this regard.

This Privacy Policy covers the LATECOERE corporate website (hereinafter “Website”)

Who processes your personal data ?

The data controller for personal data is LATECOERE, Public Limited Liability Company with a Board of Directors Registered Office: 135 rue de Périole – 31500 Toulouse 572 050 169 Trade and Companies Register (R.C.S) of Toulouse (hereinafter “LATECOERE” or “we”).

If you have any questions about this policy or our use of your data, please contact us by using the dedicated address e-mail: or by using the dedicated online contact form:

Which personal data do we process through our Website?

We may have access to a variety of information about you in the course of our various interactions on the Website. This includes the following categories of data in particular:

  • Your browsing on the Website: We use electronic trackers such as cookies on our Website, to measure our audience size and optimize the user experience. In this context, we may process information relating to your Internet browsing and your preferred settings (for example, your language preferences).
  • Contact with our teams: You can contact our teams through various different channels, including our online contact forms, as well as the other contact points shown on the Website (e-mail, post, telephone, etc.). In this context, we may collect information about you, such as your name, your contact details (e-mail address, postal address, telephone number, etc.), your organization and your professional position, as well as information about the nature of your request.

In general, we try to limit the personal information we process to what is strictly necessary to provide you with a full and efficient service.

When we collect your personal data, you will be informed whether the data requested is necessary for legal, regulatory, operational or contractual reasons, or where it is optional. For necessary data fields, we will inform you if your decision not to provide the requested data would affect our ability to process your enquiries.

How and why do we process your personal data?

The table below sets out how and why we use your personal data through the Website, as well as the legal basis under the GDPR for this processing.

Data processing Purpose Legal ground
Reviewing and handling information requests:
We review, sort through and organize the personal information which you provide when you contact us through our Website.

Handling the contact requests which we receive through our online contact form.

Handling the contact requests which we receive through other channels such as e-mail, telephone, etc.

Our legitimate interest in communicating with our professional contacts.

Cookies and trackers:
When you use our Website, we use electronic trackers to collect certain information from your device to optimize your web experience and generate audience statistics.

We use Google Tag Manager cookies to manage technical settings on our website.

Optimization of our Website.

Audience measurement

Our legitimate interest in respect of electronic trackers which are strictly necessary for the functioning of the Sites.

Your consent where this is required.

Legal and regulatory obligations:
We may process your personal data in order to respect our legal and regulatory obligations or to respond to requests from public authorities.

Comply with our legal and regulatory obligations

Our legal obligations

Legal defence:
We may process your personal data in order to respond to requests from judicial authorities or tribunals or to conduct our legal defence in case of litigation.
Conduct our legal defence in case of litigation. Our legitimate interest in responding to legal claims.

Cookies and trackers

We use electronic trackers such as cookies to enable re-identification of your computer, smartphone or tablet.

The use of cookies and other similar tracking technologies enables a wide range of features, for example:

  • Recording the settings you choose when you first visit the site,
  • Statistical analysis of visits,
  • Tracking your browsing by partners such as social networks, in accordance with their own privacy policy.

The use of cookies and other trackers usually involves the collection of certain personal data about you, in particular the electronic address of your device (such as the “IP address”) and information about your navigation.

Below is a list of the trackers we use, the purpose of their use and, where applicable, the partner who provides them, who may have access to information about your browsing.

Provider Contact Objet poursuivi Purpose of the tracker
Google Analytics Google Ireland Limited
Gordon House, Barrow Street,
Dublin 4, Ireland
Statistical monitoring
Google ReCaptcha Google Ireland Limited
Gordon House, Barrow Street,
Dublin 4, Ireland
Anti-spam control of online forms
Youtube Google Ireland Limited
Gordon House, Barrow Street,
Dublin 4, Ireland
Statistical monitoring and advertising targeting

Consent to trackers:

Depending on the purpose and functionalities of the cookies, your consent may in some cases be required before they are used.

When you first connect to our Website, you are informed about the use of cookies by means of a banner, giving you the option to accept or decline the use of cookies, or to select the types of cookies you wish to allow.

You can change your preferences at any time by clicking here.

Functional cookies:

Some cookies ensure the proper functioning of the Website. As these cookies are strictly necessary for your browsing, their use does not require your prior consent.

You may be able to block the use of these “strictly necessary” cookies by changing your browser settings. This may mean you will not be able to benefit from certain features of the Website.

With whom are we likely to share your personal data?

We may in certain circumstances share your personal data with third parties, such as:

  • Other members of the LATECOERE group, in order to ensure a full and effective response to your requests;
  • Public authorities, if we are under an obligation to disclose or to share your personal data in order to respect a legal obligation;
  • Our professional legal and financial advisers, such as lawyers, accountants and auditors;
  • Potential third-party buyers and investors and their professional advisors, in the event that we buy or sell companies or assets.

In addition, we rely on third-party suppliers to provide various technical services, in particular as regards hosting, IT network maintenance, website services and telephone network provision. In the course of the provision of these services, such suppliers may process your personal data on our behalf.

How long do we retain your personal data?

We keep your personal data only for the amount of time needed to supply the services you have subscribed to and to respect our legal and commercial obligations, taking into account in particular the following criteria:

  • The nature and the purpose of the processing activities in question,
  • The categories of data processed,
  • The applicable legal limitation periods,
  • Applicable contract terms,
  • Industry standards,
  • The recommandations of the French national data protection authority, the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL).

What are your rights regarding your personal data?

Your rights regarding our use of your personal data include the following. These may be applicable to your situation, depending on the circumstances and reasons for the data processing:

  • Access: You can ask us for access to the personal we hold about you and information about how we use it,
  • Rectification: You can ask us to correct or complete the personal data we hold about you if it is inaccurate,
  • Erasure: You can ask us to erase your personal data,
  • Restriction: You can ask us to restrict or limit our processing of your personal data,
  • Right to object: You can object to our processing of your personal data,
  • Portability: You can ask to receive your personal data in a structured, commonly-used and machine-readable format and to transmit the data to another data controller,
  • Withdrawal of your consent: The right to withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data, to the extent that the processing is based on your consent. In such case, the legality of the processing carried out before you withdrew your consent is not affected.

You also have the right to provide directives concerning your personal data in the event of your decease.

If you wish to exercise your rights, please contact us :

  • By e-mail at
  • By using the online contact form:
  • By post at : Direction Juridique Groupe 135 rue de Périole – BP 25211 – 31079 TOULOUSE CEDEX 5.
    If there are reasonable doubts about your identity, we may ask you to provide us with any supporting documentation in accordance with Article 12 (6) of the GDPR.

You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), whose website can be consulted at the following address:

Where is your personal data processed?

All your personal data is held on our internal servers in France and on external cloud servers located in the European Union

From time to time, in connection with a specific professional matter, we may share personal data with one or more LATECOERE subsidiaries or establishments located outside the European Union. If a transfer of this nature is required to deal with a particular request or situation, we will inform the individuals involved and provide information about the legal framework for the transfer (for example, an adequacy decision by the European Commission or the provision of appropriate safeguards).

Information security

We ensure the security of your personal data, by implementing the appropriate technical, organizational security measures.

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