Ceva Animal Health is committed to respecting the applicable regulation regarding personal data protection.
Ceva Animal Health undertakes to apply the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU Regulation 2016/79) “GDPR” and protect the personal data collected and processed.
As part of this, Ceva Animal Health (or Ceva) implements procedures to guarantee adherence to these provisions within its organisation, in particular by its employees, partners, and suppliers that process personal data, namely:
► Processing of personal data in a lawful, faithful, and transparent manner;
► Collection of personal data for specific, explicit, and legitimate purposes, and no subsequent processing in a way that is incompatible with these purposes;
► Preservation of personal data in an adequate, relevant, and limited manner with regard to the purposes for which it is processed;
► Accuracy of personal data and measures to ensure incorrect data is deleted or corrected.
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- What is the GDPR or RGPD?
GDPR "General Data Protection Regulation".
RGPD « Règlement Général sur la Protection des Données Personnelles »
It is a European reference legislation relating to personal data protection.
It provides a single and standardised legal framework applicable to all member states, intended to guarantee the protection of privacy and personal data.
- Who is concerned by the GDPR?
The GDPR applies not only to organisations located in the EU, but also organisations located outside the EU if they offer goods or services within the EU.
- When does the GDPR enter into force?
The Regulation has been applicable for the entire European Union since 25 May 2018.
- What is personal data processing?
Data processing is defined as any operation or set of operations carried out with or without the use of automated processes and applied to sets of personal data, such as recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, extraction, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or any other form of circulation, alignment or consolidation, limitation, deletion or destruction.
- Which data is concerned by the GDPR?
The GDPR only regulates personal data, which is defined as any information relating to an identified or an identifiable natural person.
- Which personal data is considered sensitive?
Information concerning racial and ethnic origin, political, philosophical, or religious opinions, trade union affiliation, health or sexuality.
- How is sensitive data collected and processed?
Sensitive data is data which, by nature, involves risks to the rights and freedoms of individuals, and which is therefore subject to a strengthened protection regime.
The GDPR imposes the principle of a ban on processing personal data; this ban is combined with certain exemptions.
Several exceptions, alternatives, and processing bans are provided for.
- What is a data controller?
A legal or natural person, public authority, agency or other body which, alone or in in conjunction with others, determines the purposes and methods of the processing of personal data.
- What is a processor?
The processor is defined as the legal or natural person, public authority, service, or other body that processes personal data on behalf of the data controller.
- Is non-digital processing concerned?
The GDPR applies to all processing of personal data, whether this is fully or partially automated, as well as the non-automated processing of the data contained or which may be featured in a file.
A file is not only a database or an Excel table. It may be a paper document, a video-surveillance installation that gathers information on an individual, etc.
- What are the objectives of the GDPR?
- To create a standard framework applicable throughout the European Union, and strengthened cooperation between the supervisory authorities.
- To change the approach, with accountability of data controllers
Pursuant to the principle of accountability, a register of processing activities is implemented. It provides an exhaustive list of the different data processing
- Strengthen individual rights
► Right to information and consent: increased transparency
► Right to access and rectify
► Right to erasure via the right to be forgotten
► Right of opposition and to request a restriction
► Right to data portability
► Right to claim compensation
- Respect privacy and personal data by design for new projects and by default for current projects
Data protection by design
Data protection by design involves the implementation of technical and organisational measures intended to implement the principles relating to the protection of the data of the person concerned, in advance and during the selection of processing methods, namely with regard to the risks raised by the processing for the rights and liberties of natural persons.
Data protection by default
By default, only the data necessary for the specific purpose of the processing operation is processed. These principles apply to the quantity of data, the scope of the processing, the retention period and the accessibility.
Analysis of the impact relating to data protection
The regulation provides for the obligation for data controllers and processors to carry out an impact analysis regarding data protection prior to processing operations which are liable to carry a significant risk to the rights and liberties of natural persons
Ceva Animal Health company (hereafter referred to as “Ceva”) places great importance on protecting the privacy and data of the users of its sites.
In the context of its activities, Ceva collects and processes personal data in the capacity as data controller, and as a result, is subject to the applicable personal data protection rules, namely the European General Data Protection Regulation n°2016/679 of 27 April 2016 (known as the “GDPR”), as well as all national laws for the implementation thereof.
The purpose of this confidentiality policy (hereafter referred to as “the Policy”) is to clearly, simply, and fully inform you of the way in which Ceva collects and uses certain personal data concerning you, namely via or in relation with its sites or mobile applications, and the methods available to you to control this use or exercise your related rights.
1. WHEN IS YOUR PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED?
Ceva may be required to collect your personal data on various occasions (online or physically).
Occasionally, Ceva may collect your data through forms, in which the fields marked with an asterisk “*” are considered as mandatory and must be completed. Failing this, access to certain services and their use shall be impossible.
- The data you provide to us when creating your account on our websites or mobile applications
If you wish to use certain sites, you must identify yourself by creating an account.
When creating an account on our websites or mobile applications, you will be requested to provide us with certain personal data, namely your identification data.
This data allows us to manage the creation of your profile and manage your account.
This processing is based on the pursuit of the legitimate interests of the data controller, in the context of article 6 of the GDPR.
- The data you communicate to us to respond to a job offer or in an unsolicited application
In the context of recruitment management, Ceva collects the personal data of applicants, namely through their CVs and covering letters; interviews with Ceva; where applicable, the results of psycho-technical tests, as well as the responses to the questions asked in the form, are also intended for this use.
The data provided shall be used exclusively by Ceva and its subsidiaries in the context of the processing of your application.
The legal basis for the processing is based on consent, and the legitimate interest of the data processor, who must manage the recruitment.
- Data collected automatically when you visit our websites
When browsing our sites, cookies may be stored on your terminal (computer, smartphone, tablet), subject to the options you choose, which you may modify at any time.
A cookie is a small text file containing information relating to browsing on these sites, the main objective of which is to improve the browsing experience and allow personalised services to be offered.
When browsing our websites, Ceva has access to page view cookies. The page view cookies allow us to better understand the way in which the sites are used, analyse their ergonomics and detect and resolve technical problems.
These cookies are subject to the consent of the User.
- The data you provide to us when signing up to our newsletters
Ceva has set up newsletters that allow you to be regularly updated on news regarding Ceva.
By providing your email address, you consent to receive these newsletters from Ceva.
You may withdraw your consent and unsubscribe from the Newsletter at any time, by following the unsubscribe link that appears at the bottom of the newsletter.
- The data you provide to us when communicating through the contact forms
Ceva has set up contact forms
The data to be provided through this form allows us to respond to your requests. This processing is based on your prior consent.
Your personal data is not used for any other purpose.
- The data you provide to us to participate in a game
The processing of personal data implemented by Ceva is based on prior consent.
Your personal data is not used for any other purpose.
- Legal or regulatory requirement
Ceva may be required to collect or communicate your personal data in order to comply with requests of a legal or regulatory nature, court decisions, summons, or legal proceedings, if so required by the legislation in force.
- Data sent via social networks
If you have an account on a social network and you identify yourself on a Ceva site or mobile application using this functionality, without prior registration on the site or mobile application, Ceva may receive information from the social network.
This information allows you to be authenticated and your account to be created.
The conditions for the sharing and communication of this information are provided for within the social network registration conditions and, in any case, are subject to your prior consent.
2. WHAT IS OUR POLICY REGARDING DATA CONCERNING MINORS?
Ceva places great importance on the protection of the personal data of minors.
Our websites are not intended for minors under 18 years of age, and we do not collect personal data from these persons. Minors under 18 years of age must have the authorisation of a parent or guardian before providing personal data.
If we see that personal data of minors under 18 years of age has been collected without the prior authorisation of parents, we shall immediately destroy this data.
3. WHAT IS THE DATA RETENTION PERIOD AND WHAT IS THE ERASURE PROCEDURE?
Ceva only retains personal data for the time necessary for the fulfilment of the intended purpose, subject to the legal possibilities of archiving, retention obligations for certain data and/or anonymisation.
These retention periods are defined based on the purpose of the processing and, in particular, take into account the applicable legal provisions that impose a specific retention period.
As an example, please find below the applicable retention periods:
- Manage your registration for an account: your data shall be processed until the moment you decide to delete your account. You may delete your account at any time by accessing your account settings.
However, if you have not connected to our site for three years, we will delete your account.
► Contact form: we will process your data for the period required to process your request. In any case, your data shall be deleted at the end of a 2-year period from your date of last contact.
► Newsletter: we will process your personal data until you unsubscribe or cancel your subscription to the newsletter.
► Game: your data may be retained after the end of the game, for legal purposes.
► Application: your personal data shall be retained for a maximum period of 2 years from the date of last contact.
4. TO WHOM CAN WE TRANSFER YOUR PERSONAL DATA?
As your personal data is confidential, only the persons duly authorised by Ceva due to their roles may access your personal data, without prejudice to the potential transfer thereof, as required by the applicable legislation.
Ceva undertakes to take all appropriate technical and organisational measures to preserve the security, integrity, and confidentiality of data.
We do not sell personal data to third parties.
Your personal data may be sent to companies belonging to the Ceva Group.
Our authorised service providers may also be required to process your personal data that is strictly necessary for the fulfilment of the services we entrust to them: more specifically, these are the service providers in charge of the management of customer relations, the organisation of games and competitions, the management of loyalty programmes, the sending of emails for marketing purposes, the storage of data, etc.
In certain circumstances, we may transfer your personal data outside the EU, to countries which do not offer sufficient protection for the processing of personal data under EU standards. In this case, we secure the transfer and processing with an appropriate legal framework to ensure a high level of data protection, regardless of the location in which your data is processed. The transfer may be based on the “Privacy Shield”, a self-registration process which provides a company with a mechanism to comply with EU requirements regarding data protection.
Similarly, we may be required to share this data with public administrations and bodies pursuant to the legal provisions.
5. HOW IS YOUR PERSONAL DATA KEPT SECURE?
Ceva undertakes to protect and secure your personal data in order to guarantee the confidentiality thereof and prevent it from being deformed, damaged, destroyed, or disclosed to unauthorised third parties.
When the disclosure of data to third parties is necessary and authorised, Ceva guarantees that these third parties shall grant the data concerned the same level of protection as that offered by Ceva, by demanding contractual guarantees that include the provision that data can only be processed for the authorised purposes, with all the required confidentiality and security.
Ceva implements technical and organisational measures to ensure that personal data is stored as securely as possible, for the period necessary to fulfil the intended purposes, in accordance with the applicable law.
Although Ceva takes all reasonable measurements to protect your personal data, no transfer or storage technology is completely infallible.
In accordance with the applicable law, in the event of proven breach to personal data regulation liable to create a significant risk to the rights and liberties of the persons concerned, Ceva undertakes to inform the competent supervisory authority of this violation and, when required by the aforementioned regulation, the persons concerned.
Without prejudice to the above, it is your responsibility to exercise prudence to prevent any unauthorised access to your personal data and your terminals (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.), namely by choosing a strong password.
6. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS?
Subject to the conditions provided for by the regulation in force, you have the following rights with regard to your personal data:
- Right to information on the processing of your personal data
Ceva undertakes to offer you concise, transparent, comprehensible and easily accessible information, in clear and simple terms, on the conditions of the processing of your personal data.
- Right to access, rectify, and erase (or "right to be forgotten") your personal data
The right to access allows you to obtain confirmation from Ceva of whether or not we process your personal data and the conditions of this processing, as well as to receive a copy of your data (for any additional copies, Ceva is entitled to request the potential payment of reasonable costs based on the administrative costs incurred). If this request is submitted electronically, the information is provided in a commonly used electronic format, unless you request otherwise.
You also have the right to obtain a correction of your inaccurate or incomplete personal data, as soon as possible.
Finally, subject to the exceptions provided for by the applicable law (e.g.: retention necessary to adhere to a legal obligation), you have the right to request the erasure of your personal data as soon as possible, when one of the following reasons applies:
► your personal data is no longer necessary with regard to the purposes for which it was collected or otherwise processed;
► you wish to withdraw your consent upon which the processing of your personal data was based, and there are no other grounds to justify this processing;
► you consider and can prove that your personal data was subject to unlawful processing;
► your personal data must be erased pursuant to a legal obligation.
- Right to restrict the processing of your personal data
The applicable regulation provides that this right may be invoked in certain cases, in particular the following:
► if you contest the accuracy of your personal data, this data processing may be restricted during the period necessary to verify the accuracy of the data;
► if you consider and can prove that the processing of personal data is unlawful, but you oppose the erasure of personal data; in this situation, you may request a restriction of the processing;
► if Ceva no longer requires your personal data, you still require this data to establish, exercise, or defend your rights in court;
► if you oppose the processing based on the legitimate interest of the data controller, during the verification to establish whether the legitimate grounds of the data controller take precedence over yours.
- Right to opposition, including marketing
You may oppose the processing of your personal data, including profiling, at any time, for reasons based on your specific situation. Your data will no longer be processed, unless there are legitimate and compelling reasons for this processing, which take precedence over your interests and rights and liberties, or reasons linked to the establishment, exercise, and defence of rights in court. If the processing is carried out for marketing purposes, you may oppose this at any time.
In this case, you will no longer receive personalised offers.
- Right to personal data portability
If the processing is based on your consent or a contract, this portability right allows you to receive the personal data you have provided to Ceva in a structured, commonly used, and machine-readable format, and to transfer this personal data to another data controller, without Ceva preventing this.
When this is technically possible, you may request that this personal data is directly transferred to another data controller by Ceva.
- Right to withdraw consent to the processing of personal data
If Ceva processes your personal data on the basis of your consent, this may be withdrawn at any time.
Conversely, and in accordance with the applicable law, the withdrawal of your consent is only valid for the future, and therefore shall not call into question the legality of the processing carried out prior to this withdrawal.
- Right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority
If, despite Ceva's efforts to preserve your personal data, you feel your rights have not been respected, you have the right to lodge a claim with a supervisory authority.
A list of supervisory authorities is available on the website of the European Commission.
- Right to decide the fate of your personal data after your death
Finally, you have the right to organise the fate of your personal data after your death, through the adoption of general or specific directives. Ceva undertakes to comply with these directives.
In the absence of directives, Ceva shall acknowledge the rights of successors to exercise certain rights, in particular the access right, if this is necessary to settle the estate of the deceased, and the opposition right to close the deceased's user accounts and oppose the processing of their data.
7. CONDITIONS OF EXERCISE OF YOUR RIGHTS
For any question relating to this Confidentiality policy and/or to exercise your rights as described above, please contact Ceva through the form
Ceva undertakes to respond to you as soon as possible, and in any case, within one month of receiving your request.
If needed, this period may be extended to two months, based on the complexity and number of requests sent to Ceva. In this case, you will be informed of this extension and the reasons for this.
If your request is sent electronically, the information will also be provided to you electronically whenever possible, unless you expressly request otherwise.
If Ceva does not respond to your request, it will inform you of the reasons for its failure to take action, and you will have the possibility to submit a new claim to a supervisory authority and/or to institute court proceedings.
This cookies policy is applicable when you use Ceva Animal Health (Ceva) websites and mobile applications
When browsing these Sites, you are liable to receive cookies sent and managed by Ceva Animal Health , as well as cookies sent from other sites or web servers operated by third parties ("Third-Party Cookies").
1. WHAT IS A COOKIE
The term "cookies" covers all tracers stored on your device (computer, smartphone, tablet) and/or read from this device when browsing a website or using a mobile application (site) or when viewing an advert. The main purpose thereof is to collect information relating to your site browsing, and to send you personalised services.
2. WHICH COOKIES?
2.1. TECHNICAL COOKIES
These are cookies essential for the correct operation and browsing on our sites, and the improvement of site functionalities and performance.
However, by deactivating the use of these cookies, you may no longer benefit from certain functionalities.
These cookies do not collect any personal data.
2.2. PERFORMANCE COOKIES
These are cookies that enable information on the use of our sites to be collected, to allow us to improve the content and/or make it more appropriate.
They allow us to collect information on the way in which you use the site, the number of page visits, the time spent on a page, or the number of clicks.
All these cookies are automatically activated when you accept these cookies. However, if you wish to deactivate them, you are invited to consult the "Exercise your choice" paragraph hereafter.
The information stored may not be used for commercial purposes.
2.3. ADVERTISING COOKIES
These cookies allow us to present you with advertising adapted to your interests and measure the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns.
Measurement cookies allow us to evaluate the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns
These cookies let us know your browsing habits, to allow us to share adverts likely to interest you.
Targeting cookies allow us:
- to collect personal or non-personal data through quizzes,
- to know the content of the pages viewed,
- to know the information you have chosen to share when registering on other sites,
- to know the pages and websites viewed during your recent browsing sessions, or immediately before arriving at the site,
- to know your location.
2.4. COOKIES ISSUED BY THIRD PARTIES - PIXEL
We may include third-party cookies on our sites, which allow you to share the content of our sites.
These cookies are not managed by Ceva and we have no control over the process used by the social networks to collect information relating to your browsing of our sites in relation with the personal data to which they have access.
We invite you to consult the privacy policies of these social networks in order to find out about the intended purpose of the browsing information they may collect through these application buttons (namely advertising purposes). These privacy policies must allow you to inform these social networks of your choices, namely by configuring your user accounts.
3. HOW TO CONTROL COOKIES
3.1. YOUR CONSENT
When you first connect to our sites, you will be asked to accept cookies.
This consent is valid for a maximum of 13 months.
3.2. DECLINING COOKIES
You may modify or decline the collection of information via Cookies by actively managing your browser settings.
- Completely activate or deactivate cookies;
- Delete specific cookies which have already been stored in the browser;
- Prevent certain websites from saving cookies on your computer;
- Block third-party cookies (when cookies are stored on your computer by another site when you browse a specific site).
Therefore, we advise you not to refuse the use of technical cookies, which are necessary for the functioning of the site, and the refusal of which will prevent you from browsing normally.
However, refusal of targeting or measurement cookies only stops advertising on our sites or the Internet; these will no longer be tailored to your interests.
3.3. EXERCISE YOUR CHOICES
Configuration of the browser software
To do this, follow the instructions provided by your browser.
You may also click on the links below to access instructions from some of the most common browsers:
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/fr-FR/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies,
Mozilla Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/fr/kb/activer-desactiver-cookies
Only the issuer of the third-party cookie concerned is liable to read or modify the elements contained in this cookie. These third-party cookies are subject to the privacy policies of these third parties.
For more information and make your choice regarding these cookies, you may click on the following links:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/about/privacy/cookies
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/privacy?lang=fr
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/psettings/guest-controls/retargeting-opt-out?trk=microsites-frontend_legal_cookie-policy
3.4.FOR MORE INFORMATION
In addition, to find out more about how cookies and targeted advertising work, you may consult:
These organisations allow you to unsubscribe from online advertising based on your interests from all member companies
This site offers you the opportunity to manage your refusal or acceptance of cookies liable to be used, through a centralised interface.
To find out more about cookies, you may visit the site of the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés [French national commission on informatics and liberty]: http://www.cnil.fr/vos-libertes/vos-traces/les-cookies/.
I. Content and Access to the Website
A. Content of the Website
This Website of Ceva Santé Animale Group (hereinafter the Website) has been created to provide Users with information about the company, its organization, research, products, human resources policy, locations, communication. This webWebsite cannot under any circumstances constitute a contractual offer.
Since the communication to the public regarding veterinary medicinal products is the subject of specific regulations, the information that the User finds on the Website must not be used to give a medical opinion or to replace a consultation with a professional health.
Similarly, this information can not be interpreted as a recommendation on the use of products without the advice of a veterinarian.
Ceva undertakes to verify that the content of the Website complies with the legal provisions in force. Ceva also undertakes not to disseminate data in violation of the rights of third parties, violent, pornographic or defamatory and not to disseminate illegal content, including racist, xenophobic, pedophile or otherwise detrimental to human dignity .
Ceva endeavors to update the content of the Website and to provide the User with accurate information. Nevertheless Ceva can not be held responsible for any errors and / or omissions. The User may notify any error or omission to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The User remains responsible for the use of the Website including its previous use if he gives up using the Website.
Ceva reserves the right to modify, terminate, suspend or discontinue without notice all or part of the services or content of the Website.
The Website may contain hypertext links to other Websites not managed and / or edited by Ceva. Ceva does not control in any way the information, products or services offered by these other Websites and can in no way be held responsible for the content of such Websites. The use of these Websites by the User is the sole responsibility of the latter.
B. Access to the Website
The consultation of the Website is accessible to any User having an internet access.
Ceva strives to keep the Website accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without being held to any obligation of result in this respect.
For maintenance, updating, and for any other reason including technical, access to the Website may be interrupted.
In no event will Ceva be held responsible for these interruptions in services and the consequences that may result for the User.
Furthermore, Ceva can not be held responsible for the presence of viruses on the Website and any consequences that may result for the User
C. Use of the Website
The User is authorized to:
- view all or part of the Website,
- complete the information relating to the User Account (hereinafter defined).
The User is not authorized to:
- copy, distribute (including copies), modify or falsify in any way all or part of the elements of this Website- eliminate, from any item copied or printed from this Website, any mention of copyright author, trademark or other intellectual property clause contained in the original element.
If the User wishes to create a hypertext or other link to the Website, he sends an email to the following email address: email@example.com, stating:
- the URL (s) of the page (s) from which the User wishes to propose a link to the Website,
- the URL (s) of the page (s) of the Website to which the User wishes to propose a link.
Ceva undertakes to study the User's request but is not obliged to do so.
Any fraudulent use of the Website or its content and any violation of these Terms may result in the application of criminal and civil penalties provided by law.
II. Creation and Use of User Account
In the event that the Website allows the opening of a User Account, the User agrees to comply with the rules for the creation and use of the User Account defined below.
A. User Account Creation
The User has the obligation to submit the registration form proposed by Ceva and to provide the required data concerning him. The user must also define an identifier and a password (hereinafter the "Connection Codes") which will allow him to access his User Account.
Failing to fill in the mandatory information required, the creation of the User Account will be refused.
Any User may register only once on the Website.
The User certifies that the information he provides is accurate, complete and undertakes to do what is necessary to ensure that it remains so. In particular, the User undertakes to provide only sincere and real information.
In the event that the information provided is false, incomplete or out of date, Ceva reserves the right to suspend or close the User account, temporarily or permanently.
The User agrees not to disclose his Login Codes to any third party in any form or in any way whatsoever and to inform Ceva of any use or suspicion of use of said Codes by an unauthorized third party. The User is solely responsible for the confidential storage of his Connection Codes and any use he may make of them.
B. Use of User Account Services
The User undertakes to respect the conditions specific to the Services offered on the Website.
In particular, as part of the Services offered, the submission to the User Account of a photo, a creation or a testimony (hereinafter the "Content"), grants Ceva and its affiliates a right not exclusive and globally transferable, irrevocable and perpetual, for free use as described, the Content on the media of his choice.
Ceva undertakes to mention the copyright in the event of exploitation or reproduction of the User's Content.
C. Closing the User Account
The User may at any time proceed to the deletion of his account by logging into his User Account. Closing the Account automatically and immediately causes the end of access to the files attached to it.
In case of non compliance with these Terms, Ceva reserves the right to refuse access to the Services and to close the User Account.
III. Intellectual Property Rights
The Website is owned and operated by Ceva. The presentation of the Website and each of the elements, including trademarks, logos and domain names, appearing on the Website or the component, are protected by the laws in force on the intellectual property, and (i) are held by Ceva or by its subsidiaries or affiliated companies, or (ii) are held by third parties and are subject to a license for use and exploitation granted to Ceva by their owners.
Nothing contained on the Website or the Component may be reproduced, used, modified, assembled, decompiled, assigned, licensed, transferred, copied, translated, sold, published, exploited or otherwise disseminated in any medium whether, partially or completely, without the prior written consent of Ceva. Only the copy for private use is authorized for personal use, private and non-commercial, on the personal computer of the User or via the sharing tools offered on the Website.
Any use formally authorized by Ceva of the content contained in or contained in the Website must be done without any denaturing, modification or alteration in any way whatsoever
Violation of these mandatory provisions subjects the User and all persons responsible to the criminal and civil penalties provided for by French law.
Ceva or its subsidiaries reserve the right to pursue any act of infringement of its intellectual property rights.
IV. Liability of the User
All the hardware and software necessary to access and use the Website is the responsibility of the User who is responsible for the proper functioning of its equipment and its Internet access.
The User is required to take all the necessary preventive measures for the protection of his data, software and / or computer systems to guard against the contamination of possible viruses.
The use of the content made available through the Website is the responsibility of the User. The facts or acts that the User would have to perform in consideration of this information can not engage any other responsibility than that of the User. The access to the contents made available on the Website is the responsibility of the User and Ceva could not be held responsible for the damage or the loss of data which could result from the downloading or the use of the contents diffused on the Website .
Ceva Animal Health Ltd (hereinafter "CEVA")
Unit 3 Anglo Office Park
White Lion Road
Amersham HP7 9FB
Ltd. Co. n°0308 5474
Tel: (+44) 01494 781510
Fax: (+44) 01494 781519
Ceva Animal Health is committed to the collection and processing of your personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). In accordance with the Regulations on personal data you have rights of access, rectification and limitation of processing of your data. You may also, in certain limited cases, oppose the treatment, withdraw your consent and request the deletion and portability of your data. In order to allow you to exercise your rights resulting from the GDPR please complete the form below. Your data will be processed to answer your request. They will not in any case be collected or preserved by Ceva for other purposes.