Privacy Policy

Data protection

Randger undertakes to comply with national and international law. Our privacy policy is to keep your personal data secure.

This policy covers and describes the type of data, including personal data (surname, first name, email, telephone number etc.), which Randger as the data processor collects via the site in accordance with the IT and Freedoms Law of January 6, 1978 as amended by European Regulation 2016/679/EU of April 27, 2016 on protection of personal data.

While you are visiting the site you may be asked to provide voluntarily certain personal details (surname, first name, email, telephone number etc.). The data entry forms on the site are intended to communicate the contact details of the visitor to Randger voluntarily. The contact forms state the compulsory or optional nature of the data requested.

Personal data is kept for three years after being collected by Randger or after the last communication sent out by yourself.

Personal data can only be accessed by authorised personnel, i.e. Randger, inspection authorities and sub-contractors.

More specifically Randger may share your personal data with:

– SCALEWAY (Hébergeur)

All users have the right at any time to access, correct, delete, limit, port (if applicable) and object to data that relates to them. To do that, send your request:

By email to the following address:

The User also has the right to submit a complaint to the CNIL (French Data Protection Commission).

Randger undertakes to regularly update the information that can be accessed. Personal data collected on this site is protected by adequate security measures to prevent the data from being changed, damaged or accessed by unauthorised third parties.


The general structure of the website as well as its contents (text, graphics, pictures, sound and video) belongs to and its partners except for contributions sent by users or Contributors.

Any representation, reproduction or partial or complete use of the content and services proposed by the website by any means whatsoever without prior written permission of the editorial manager of the magazine, the webmaster or their partners is strictly prohibited and will be considered to be an infringement as defined by Articles L.335-2 and following of the French Code of Intellectual Property.


This site contains information provided by external companies or hypertext links to other sites with a view to varying and expanding the content and services offered to users of which have not been developed by

The content provided on the site is for information purposes only.

The existence of a link from to another site does not constitute approval of that site or its contents. These Third Parties are therefore liable for the goods and services offered on their sites in accordance with the laws and regulations which apply to them.

It is up to the website user to use such information with common sense. will not be liable for information, opinions and recommendations made by a third party and cannot be held liable for any damage or loss whatsoever whether direct or indirect incurred as a result of the use of a partner service by the website user.

In addition the company will not be liable for any unavailability of partner services or if it is not possible to access said services.


Cookies are small digital text files which are transferred to your computer, tablet or smartphone from the various sites which you visit. They are stored in the file system of your browser. When you visit a site again your browser consults the cookie and sends the site the data stored in the cookie. This means the site can record and recognise data that relates to you to improve your visit.

You can visit the website of the CNIL to find out more about cookies, how they work and how to stop them:

Cookies stored by Randger are kept for a period of 13 months in accordance with CNIL Recommendation of 05/12/2013 No. 2013-378.

The Randger website has 1 category of cookies.

None of these cookies enable us to identify the user.

Analytical cookies: these are cookies which enable Randger to determine how the site is being used and analyse its performance. The solution used is Google Analytics.

_utma: measures audience and different users.

_utmb: measures audience and new sessions/visits.

_utmc: measures audience – compatibility with urchin.js > duration: Session (deleted when the browser is closed).

_utmz: measures audience – Source of traffic > duration.


If cookies are deactivated or stopped, the functionality of the website will be reduced and some functions may no longer work correctly. For example, placing orders on our site.

Controlling or preventing storage of cookies from our website: each browser has different ways to control this. The procedures are described in your browser’s help menu which will tell you how to set the parameters you want to control cookies. Here are the main features of the most widely used browsers.

You can deactivate cookies by following these instructions.

If you use Internet Explorer

  1. Click the “Tools” button.
  2. Click “Internet Options”.
  3. Under the “General” tab, under “Browser History”, click “Parameters”.
  4. Click “Display Files”.
  5. Click the top of the “Name” column to sort the files by name.
  6. Look for files starting with “Cookies”.
  7. Select the EJ cookie files.
  8. Close the window, click OK twice to return to your browser.

If you use Firefox

  1. Click “Tools”.
  2. Select the “Options” menu.
  3. In the window which opens up select “Privacy”.
  4. Click “Display Cookies”.
  5. Identify the EJ cookie files.
  6. Select them and delete them.

If you use Safari

  1. Select the Edition menu, then Preferences.
  2. Click “Security”.
  3. Click “Display Cookies”.
  4. Identify the EJ cookie files.
  5. Select them and click “Delete” or “Delete All”.
  6. After deleting the cookies click “Finish”.

If you use Google Chrome

  1. Click the icon for the Tools menu.
  2. Select Options.
  3. Click the Advanced Options tab.
  4. Access the “Privacy” section.
  5. Click the “Display Cookies” button.
  6. Identify the EJ cookie files.
  7. Select the files and delete them.

Click “Close” to return to your browser.