Any personal information that may be collected on the website: (hereafter the “Site”) is principally used by the company: IMPLANET (hereafter the “Editor”) to manage our relationship with you. This information is recorded in the Editor’s customer files or prospect files, and these files, which are developed based on the personal information provided by you, are declared to the CNIL (Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés).
The principal purposes of the use of your personal information are:

  • To send you the information that you have requested via the forms on the Site;
  • To contact you following a request made via the forms on the Site.

In conformity with the provisions of the altered law # 78-17 of 6 January 1978, as regards electronic files, you have the right to access, inquire about, modify, delete, and oppose information concerning you at any time by contacting the Editor:

  • Either directly on the Site via the link “Contact us”;
  • Or by post addressed to: IMPLANET, Technopole Bordeaux Montesquieu, Allée François Magendie, 33650 Martillac, France;
  • Or by e-mailing:

For security reasons and to avoid any fraudulent demands, this request must be accompanied by a copy of a valid identification. After processing your request, this copy will be destroyed.
The information collected may eventually be communicated to a third party, related to the Editor by contract, in order to subcontract tasks necessary to the management of your account and without your express authorization. In cases of infraction proven by competent legal or regulatory authorities, this information may be subpoenaed upon express demand from judicial authorities.
When certain pieces of information are required in order to access some functionalities of the Site, the Editor will indicate the required nature at the moment the data are entered.

As of 25 May 2018, the Editor must, in the context of executing services offered to you, treat personal information in accordance with the law (E.U.) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 relative to the protection of persons as pertains to the treatment of information of a personal nature (RGPD).
The Editor would like to bring your attention to the fact that certain information that you may voluntarily provide in the comments section might concern particular categories of data as understood under the definition of RGPD, e.g. philosophical opinions, union membership, political opinions, religious opinions, ethnicity, race, sexuality, sexual orientation, health, and genetic or biometric information. These categories of information are transmitted under your sole responsibility and provided at your sole initiative. Once you check the box signifying consent, you accept expressly that the Editor may process these particular categories of information.
Your personal data may also be recorded insofar as they are necessary for legitimate interests pursued by the Editor to make statistical analyses and profiles in order to determine your preferences and consumption habits and thus to develop product offerings and to send you marketing materials about our products tailored to your needs.
Your personal data may need to be processed relative to a legal obligation, e.g. in case of a recall, in response to allegations made under the Sapin II law, etc.
Your personal data are processed by the Editor as well as by the Editor’s contractors or by competent public services to the same end.
You may exercise your rights to access, modify, or remove your personal data, as well as to limit use thereof concerning yourself. You may also exercise your rights over the portability of these data. Finally, you may oppose processing of your personal data:

  • Either directly on the Site via the link “Contact us”;
  • Or by post addressed to: IMPLANET, Technopole Bordeaux Montesquieu, Allée François Magendie, 33650 Martillac, France;
  • Or by e-mailing:

Forwarding your personal data outside the European Union: NO (if you are an E.U. citizen) / YES (if you are a non-E.U. citizen)
Your personal data will be retained for the duration necessary for the processing of your request and 5 (five) years thereafter, except in the case of legal or regulatory obligations that may impose a specific period of retention for certain types of documents or information.
It is also possible for you to present a claim to the CNIL in the case of violation of the stipulations of the law (E.U.) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016.

The Site may automatically collect standard information such as your IP address or technical configuration. All the information indirectly collected shall only be used to track the volume, type, and configuration of traffic using the Site; in order to develop the design and layout and other administrative requirements; and to organize better and more generally to enhance the service that we offer you.
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