Update as of April 25th, 2024

10.03.53 prioritizes the respect for privacy and the protection of personal data of individuals who consult, navigate, and, if applicable, place orders for products on its website accessible at https://www.polene-paris.com/ 

The purpose of this document is to inform Users about the conditions under which 10.03.53 collects, stores, uses, and processes the personal data of Users on its Site (hereinafter the "Privacy Policy").

Users may consult the Privacy Policy at any time at the bottom of the Site page. Any User who disagrees with this document is invited not to use the Site.

10.03.53 reserves the right to modify the Privacy Policy at any time, notably to comply with any legislative, regulatory, jurisprudential, editorial, or technical developments, or in the event of changes to its services affecting the collection and processing of Personal Data.

10.03.53 encourages Users to regularly consult the Privacy Policy in its latest version whenever they visit the Site or wish to place an order.

10.03.53 ensures that personal data collected is processed in accordance with the provisions of Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978, known as the "Data Protection Act," and its subsequent amendments, as well as Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of April 27, 2016, on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, known as the "GDPR" (together referred to as the "Regulation").


1.1 Data Controller

The processing of Personal Data is carried out by the company LC DESIGN AND CONSULTING, a company with a capital of 500 euros, registered with the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number 840 675 748, whose registered office is located at 40 rue de Tourtille – 75020 PARIS, which publishes the Site and acts as the Data Controller within the meaning of the Regulation.


1.2 Personal Data Collected

Personal data is information that allows the direct or indirect identification of an individual, particularly by reference to an identifier or a name.

Personal Data is collected by 10.03.53:

- Either directly on the occasion of information voluntarily completed by Users on the forms present on the Site, notably during newsletter registration or when ordering a product.

- Or indirectly during the navigation of Users on the Site (connection and browsing data necessary for the execution of the services provided by 10.03.53). For more information on Cookies and how to modify preferences, please read the "Cookie Policy" section.

The Personal Data that may be collected from Users includes:

- Identification data: name, first name, email address, postal address, telephone number;

- User's personal data when entered in their customer account: date of birth

- Order-related data: billing information, delivery information, order details, purchase history;

- Connection data: login credentials, passwords;

- Browsing data: date, time of connection and/or browsing, browser type, browser language, IP address, location data, and geolocation data;

- Any other information that the User provides to 10.03.53 as part of a contact request or interaction with customer service.


Personal Data is necessary for the achievement of the purposes described in Article 1.3. Failure to provide this information may delay or prevent 10.03.53 from providing its products or services.

No sensitive personal data concerning Users is collected, namely personal data relating to racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, membership of a trade union, personal data relating to health, or sexual orientation.


1.3 Purposes of Collection

The personal data of Users is collected and processed by 10.03.53 to enable 10.03.53 to:


- Provide the services available on the Site;

- Create and manage a customer account;

- Execute orders, carry out operations related to User management (delivery, tracking);

- Process an information request;

- Distribute newsletters, solicitations, and special offers;

- Comply with the legal obligations applicable to 10.03.53’s activity;

- Ensure the proper functioning and continuous improvement of services;

- Manage User rights exercise requests;


1.4 Storage Period

In accordance with the legal requirements imposed by the law and the Regulation, 10.03.53 retains the Personal Data of Users for the time necessary to achieve the Purposes.


1.5 Recipients of Personal Data

The persons likely to have access to Personal Data are:


- Authorized personnel of 10.03.53;

- Companies hosting Personal Data;

- Authorized personnel of 10’.03.53s subcontractors: newsletter sending service provider, audience measurement and analysis service provider, secure payment service provider;

- Third parties likely to deposit functional cookies;

- Any judicial or administrative authority, upon requisition, to comply with legal obligations.


1.6 Transfer of Personal Data outside the European Union

Where Personal Data is collected or held in a country located outside the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA), 10.03.53 undertakes to ensure a level of protection of Personal Data that is sufficient and appropriate within the meaning of the Regulation.


1.7 Security

As the data controller, 10.03.53 undertakes to implement all useful technical and organizational measures to preserve the security and confidentiality of Personal Data, in accordance with the Regulation and notably to prevent its alteration, distortion, or unauthorized access by third parties.


1.8 User Rights

Every User has several rights regarding their Personal Data, which they can exercise at any time in accordance with the Regulation:


- Right to information (Art.13, 14 GDPR)

- Right of access (Art.15 GDPR)

- Right to rectification without undue delay of their Personal Data that are inaccurate, incomplete, or obsolete (Art.16 GDPR)

- Right to erasure of their Personal Data, and to prohibit any future collection for reasons defined by the GDPR (Art.17 GDPR)

- Right to restriction of processing (Art.18 GDPR)

- Right to data portability in a machine-readable standard format and to demand their transfer to the chosen recipient (Art.20 GDPR)

- Right to object to the processing of their Personal Data, except for legitimate and compelling reasons for processing that override the interests, rights, and freedoms of the User or for the defense of rights in court (Art.21 GDPR)

- Right to lodge a complaint with a competent supervisory authority (the CNIL in France) in case of processing of their Personal Data in violation of the Regulation (Art.77 GDPR)

- Right to withdraw consent at any time: for Personal Data based on the User's consent (Art.7 GDPR)

- Right to define directives regarding the storage, erasure, and communication of their Personal Data after death (Art.85 Data Protection Act)


Users can exercise these rights by writing to 10.03.53 at the following coordinates:


- By email: info@10-03-53.com;

- By postal mail: 40 Rue de Tourtille, 75020 Paris