Privacy & protection of personal data

CommuniThings is respectful of the regulations on the protection of personal data (GDPR).

You find on this page, all the information on the treatments that we carry out on your personal data. For general information on data protection, we invite you to consult the website of the Data Protection Authority.

Person responsible

The person responsible for the processing of personal data relating to this website is CommuniThings SA.

You can rectify or ask to have your data erased, limit or oppose the treatment, as well as use your right to access treatment by sending an email at the address

Principles relating to the collection of personal data

Access to the information available on the site takes place without having to provide personal data, such as name, postal address, e-mail address, etc.

Use for statistical purposes of information relating to navigation

When you access the site, the servers consulted automatically collect the following data:

  • the IP address assigned to you when you log on
  • the date and time of access to the website
  • the pages consulted
  • the browser used to access the website
  • the platform and/or the operating system installed on the PC/phone/tablet
  • the search engine as well as the keywords used to access the website

This information is kept for the sole purpose of measuring the number of visitors to the various sections of the portal site and making improvements.

Use of cookies

In order to facilitate your navigation on the site (save your preferences or avoid having to repeat the same entries each visit) as well as optimize the technical management of the site, We may be required to use "cookies", the time for a visit most of the time.

A "cookie" is a small piece of information saved by a website within your computer's Internet browser. This "cookie" can be retrieved during a subsequent visit to this same site. The "cookie" can not be read by another website than the one that created it.

None of them contain information that makes you likely to be contacted by phone, email or post. You can also configure your browser to inform you each time you create a "cookie" or to prevent their registration.