Privacy Policy

In the context of its communication activities and service offerings, the Labrador Group (hereinafter referred to as "Labrador") processes information about you. For example, by browsing our website, filling out a form to download one of our publications, contacting our teams, or subscribing to our blog, you provide us with information, some of which can identify you ("personal data").

Labrador respects your privacy and is committed to protecting your personal data. This personal data protection policy aims to inform you about how we process your personal data, any potential transfers to third parties, as well as your rights and options to control your personal information and protect your privacy.

We invite you to read this privacy policy carefully.

1 – What is personal data? "Personal data" refers to any information that can directly (e.g., your name) or indirectly (e.g., through a unique identifier) identify you.

This means that personal data includes information such as postal/email addresses, mobile phone numbers, personal preferences, and information about your profession.

Personal data can also include unique digital identifiers such as your computer's IP address or your mobile device's MAC address, as well as cookies.

2 – Who is the data controller of your personal data?

Labrador, a simplified joint-stock company located at 8 rue Lantiez, Paris (75017), is the data controller for the personal data collected on the website, hereinafter referred to as "the Site," within the meaning of the applicable data protection regulations, including the EU Regulation 2016/679 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (hereinafter "GDPR").

3 – How do we collect your personal data and for what purposes?

At Labrador, you are at the center of all our initiatives. We like to inform you, invite you to events, share our expertise and the results of our research, to help you understand all the future challenges of corporate information.

We may collect personal data from you, or receive it from you, through our website, the pages dedicated to Labrador's activity on social networks, or by any other means.

In some cases, you directly provide us with personal data (e.g., when you contact us to download a study, make a request, or subscribe to receive our articles).

In other cases, we collect this data indirectly (e.g., through cookies and other trackers placed when you visit our website).

You will find in the table below more detailed information providing explanations on the following:

In what situations can your personal data be provided or collected?

This column lists the activities you engage in or the situations you find yourself in when we use or collect your personal data. For example, if you make an inquiry, if you subscribe to receive our newsletter, or if you browse one of the pages of the website.

What personal data can we obtain directly from you or as a result of your interaction with us?

This column indicates what types of data about you we may collect depending on the situation.

How and why can we use them?

This column explains what we can do with your data, and for what purposes we collect them.

On what legal basis is our use of your personal data based?

This column explains why we may use your data. Depending on the purpose for which the data is used, the legal basis for processing your data may be:
Your consent;
Legal obligations when applicable laws require data processing.

Overview of information related to your interactions with us and their impact on your personal data:

Data marked with an (*) in contact forms are mandatory for processing appointment requests, phone call reminders, information requests, or information about goods presented by Labrador. In the event that the User does not wish to provide this data, they are informed that Labrador will not be able to contact them.

The User agrees to provide only sincere, accurate, complete, and up-to-date data and not to impersonate those of a third party.

4 – How long does Labrador keep the collected data?

Labrador informs the User that it retains their data for a duration that does not exceed what is strictly necessary in light of the aforementioned processing purposes, namely:

For data collected during navigation on the Site: so-called "cookie" data are retained for a period not exceeding thirteen (13) months from their placement on the User's device;
If you have consented to receive commercial prospecting messages, we retain your personal data for a period not exceeding three (3) years from your unsubscribe or until you ask us to delete them or after a period of inactivity (no active interaction with Labrador);

For data collected following a request via the relevant form: the data are retained for three (3) years from the last unanswered request from the User in order to justify the processing of the request and our compliance with applicable regulations;
For data collected for statistical analysis purposes, the User's IP address is retained for one (1) year from their last connection;
For data collected following an exercise of rights request (see Point 7.): the data are retained for one (1) year in case of exercise of the right of access or rectification from the receipt of the request, and three (3) years in case of exercise of the right to object from the receipt of the request.

When their retention is no longer justified by legal requirements or if you have exercised a right to modification or erasure, we will securely delete the data.

5 – Who are the recipients of the collected data?

The data collected on the Site are intended for Labrador. They are transmitted to service providers and subcontractors that Labrador may use in the context of managing and ensuring the proper functioning of the Site and the services offered, hosting, maintenance services, or technical support for our databases. For the User's full information, Labrador informs that it uses providers or subcontractors in the following situations: We do not offer or sell your personal data. Labrador undertakes not to communicate the collected data to a third party without obtaining the User's consent, except in cases where a request comes from an authority or a government agency, in the context of fulfilling legal or regulatory obligations. In any case, Labrador has ensured the commitment of its providers or subcontractors to comply with regulations. Social media platforms Using social media to interact with our site (including "Share" buttons or links to LinkedIn) can lead to data exchanges between Labrador and these social media platforms. Therefore, we encourage you to consult the personal data management policies of different social media platforms to understand the data collection and processing they perform on your data. 6 – Where are the collected data hosted? Labrador informs the User that its data is hosted by [•]: Google Cloud 8 RUE DE LONDRES 75009 PARIS on a server hosted in Europe (Frankfurt, Germany)

6 – Where are the collected data hosted?

Labrador informs the User that its data is hosted by [•]:
Google Cloud 8
on a server hosted in Europe (Frankfurt, Germany)

Transfer of Personal Data outside the European Union

Labrador is an international group with some of its subsidiaries located outside the European Union (EU). However, data collected through the Site is not subject to any transfer outside the EU.

In the event that Personal Data are transferred to a country located outside the EU, we undertake to inform the User in advance, unless exempted by a legitimate reason or in accordance with a legal or regulatory obligation.

In the event of a transfer of Personal Data outside the EU, we undertake to comply with the appropriate guarantees provided by the GDPR, by implementing standard contractual clauses and by implementing the necessary technical and organizational measures to ensure the same level of protection required by European data protection regulations.

7 – Quelles sont les obligations de Labrador ?

En qualité de responsable des traitements définis aux présentes, Labrador s’engage à :
Mettre en place toutes les mesures techniques et organisationnelles appropriées pour garantir la confidentialité, l’intégrité et la sécurité des Données, y compris la protection contre leur perte, destruction ou dégâts d’origine accidentelle ;
Sensibiliser et former son personnel en interne au traitement des Données, à la Réglementation en vigueur et à ses conséquences ;
Restreindre l’accès aux Données des Utilisateurs aux seules personnes dûment habilitées à cet effet ;
Garantir tous les droits des Utilisateurs dans les conditions définies au Point 9. ;
Notifier à l’autorité de contrôle compétente et aux Utilisateurs l’éventuelle violation de Données présentant un risque élevé pour les droits et libertés des Utilisateurs dans un délai de soixante-douze (72) heures suivant la découverte de l’intrusion frauduleuse si la Réglementation l’exige ;
Respecter les durées de conservation des Données définies aux présentes.

8 - What are the rights of users regarding the collected data?

In accordance with applicable data protection regulations, particularly Articles 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, and 21 of the GDPR, the User has the following rights with Labrador: The User can exercise these rights at any time by contacting the dedicated service at the following addresses:

By mail: Labrador, 8 Rue Lantiez, 75017 Paris
By email:

To exercise their rights, the User provides Labrador with: The source of the data collection (e.g., contact form); Their identity and contact information. In case of 'reasonable doubt' about the requester's identity (e.g., when a request is made from an unknown email address), and to prevent identity theft or homonymy risks, Labrador may validly request proof of identity. Labrador has a period of one (1) month from the receipt of the request to respond, subject to the validity of the request and its not being manifestly excessive. The User can also, at any time, refuse the use of their data by Labrador. To do so, the User is invited to click on the unsubscribe links provided in emails sent by Labrador. The User is informed that, if they believe their rights have not been respected, they can make a complaint to the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL). Labrador invites the User to visit the following link for more information:

9 - Data Management

A "cookie" is a text file placed by Labrador on the User's device during their navigation on the Site. The cookie records information about the User's navigation on the Site and stores information that the User enters during their visit. The use of cookies also allows users to have the best user experience. The cookies placed on the Site allow:
Optimizing the Site's ergonomics and navigation experience;
Remembering preferences so that you do not have to repeatedly enter or download the same information when using our website;
Improving the security and speed of our website.

By clicking on the dedicated social media icons on the site, these networks may also place cookies on your devices (computer, tablet, mobile phone).

For information about specific cookies placed through a specific website (partners/third parties), please consult the cookie table on the partner's/third party's website.

Labrador informs the User that it places the following cookies for the following functions: Set my cookies The User is invited to give their consent as a whole to the placement of these cookies by clicking "Accept All" in the information banner that appears at the bottom of the Site's page during their navigation. They can also consent on a case-by-case basis through the dropdown menu for each type of cookie deposited and its associated purposes.

The User can also globally disable Cookies by clicking "Reject All" in the aforementioned information banner. However, disabling cookies for those that improve the ergonomics and functionality of the Site could prevent you from using certain parts of the Site.

Notwithstanding certain audience measurement cookies that cannot be configured because they are essential for the proper functioning of the Site, the User can oppose the placement of cookies from their browser as follows:

For Mozilla Firefox: select the "Tools" menu and then "Options" / Click on the "Privacy" icon / Locate the "Cookies" menu and select the desired options;

For Microsoft Internet Explorer: select the "Tools" menu and then "Internet Options" / click on the "Privacy" tab / select the desired level using the slider;
For Opera 6.0 and later: select the "File" menu > "Preferences" / "Privacy";
For Safari: select the "Edit" menu > "Preferences" / "Security." Click on "Show Cookies" and select the relevant cookies, then click "Delete" / "Done";
For Google Chrome: Click on "Tools" > "Options" > "Advanced Options," "Privacy," "Show Cookies," and then delete the relevant files.
Finally, click "Close." The User is informed that the maximum retention period for this information on their device is one (1) year.

The User can also object to the placement of cookies by visiting the advertising cookie management platform offered by advertising professionals at and following the instructions provided there.

Finally, if the User does not want the Site to store cookies issued by a social network, they can click on the following deactivation links that will store a cookie within their browser for the sole purpose of disabling them, preventing any interaction with the relevant social network:

In any case, the User who has expressed their choices regarding cookies will no longer be presented with the information banner during their subsequent visits, for a period of six (6) months. However, the User can still access their choices and modify them at any time, thanks to the 'Set my Cookies' tab that will allow them to reopen the stored information banner.

10 - Ownership

The Site and its various components are protected by intellectual and industrial property rights. Any representation, reproduction, and, more generally, any use, for a fee or free of charge, for any purpose whatsoever, by any means whatsoever, of all or part of the Site (including its overall structure, photographs, information, icons, logos, graphics, trademarks, illustrations, text therein, without this list being exhaustive), for commercial or non-commercial purposes, without the prior written authorization of Labrador, is prohibited. The information contained on the Site is strictly reserved for personal, private, and free use. Any use contrary to this clause constitutes an act of counterfeiting, both criminally and civilly punishable.

11 – Hyperlinks

Through this Site, the User may access other sites designed and managed under the responsibility of third parties. The User is informed that Labrador has no control over the content of such sites.

Furthermore, Labrador disclaims any responsibility regarding their content and the use made by any third party of the information contained therein.

12 - Integrity - Technical Failures

Labrador reserves the right to temporarily interrupt access to the Site for technical interventions, improvements, and maintenance of the Site to ensure its proper functioning or to repair a breakdown.

The User is informed that the security and integrity of communications over the Internet cannot be guaranteed. Labrador undertakes to make its best efforts to inform the User of any difficulty accessing the site or any interruption in the broadcasting of the Site, without any obligation to provide results.

13 - Law and Jurisdiction Territory

The applicable law is French law, and the competent courts are the French courts in compliance with the rules of the French Code of Civil Procedure.

14 – Changes

This policy may be modified at any time by Labrador, particularly for updating in accordance with changes in current legislation and regulations, subject to informing the User. In case of doubt, the latest version is the one on the Site.


For any questions regarding the collection or processing of the collected Data, the User is invited to contact Labrador:
By phone: 01 53 06 30 80;
By mail: Labrador, 8 rue Lantiez, 75017 Paris;
By email:

Any questions will always be welcomed with kindness!

Document dated: April 27, 2021.