Privacy and cookie policy

1. Privacy Policy

The Bignon Lebray website has been registered with the French data protection authority (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés – CNIL), under declaration receipt number 1145474, dated 6 February 2006.

As part of the management of this site, Bignon Lebray may be required to collect personal data while collecting CVs or registering users online to receive the Bignon Lebray newsletter.

This data may not be collected without the users’ prior consent. The data shall only be used by Bignon Lebray to manage requests and subscriptions to Bignon Lebray publications. It may not be used for any purposes other that those for which it was collected.

Some of the information requested from newsletter subscribers, as indicated by an asterisk, is required for the subscription to be valid. Bignon Lebray will not be able to register users who chose not to provide this information.

In accordance with law no 78-17 (known as Informatique et Liberté) of 6 January 1978, users of this website are entitled to access, query, rectify or delete their personal information. Users may also oppose the processing of their data on legitimate grounds.

They may exercise their rights under the conditions provided by the above-mentioned law by means of a letter addressed to Service Communication, Cabinet Bignon Lebray, 75 rue de Tocqueville 75017 Paris, or by email sent to

Bignon Lebray only stores personal data for as long as it is required for the purpose it has been collected for and in accordance with current legislation.

In order to ensure the security of personal data, Bignon Lebray has implemented an enhanced data protection mechanism that consists of physical and IT safety measures.

2. Cookies

Users are informed that when they visit the website, one or more cookies may be automatically installed on their browser.

Bignon Lebray uses these cookies to analyse the way the website is frequented and used.

A cookie is a set of data that is not used for identification purposes, but to record information concerning the way the user browses the website.

The browser software is configured to inform the user of the presence of one or several cookies and give him/her the option to refuse them.

The user can, if he/she so wishes, activate or deactivate the cookies by selecting the appropriate configuration of his/her browser.

These options can generally be found in the Tools or Configuration tabs.

Given that the configuration settings are controlled by the publishers of the browser software, Bignon Lebray is unable to provide detailed and up to date information on them.

For further details, users can access the following additional information:

  • the information provided by the publisher of the browser software on its website;
  • more generally, on the CNIL website at by entering “cookies” into the search engine.

Users are hereby informed that deactivating cookies may prevent some of the website’s features from functioning properly.