Legal notice

1. EDITOR

This Site is edited Minimiam

For any queries please contact :

E-mail : contact@minimiam.com

2. WEB HOST

NAME : OVH
Address : 2, rue Kellermann 59100 Roubaix France
Phone : +33 8 99 70 17 61

3. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Pierre Javelle and Akiko IDA is the owner of Minimiam serie and holds all copyrights related to the designs. You may NOT reproduce all or part of the Site, whether on paper or electronic medium, either exclusively for your own private use, or for public use, without prior authorization.

4. DISCLAIMERS

This Site may contain hypertext links to other websites. However, we cannot be held liable for the content of such websites.

Cookies policy

Information on cookies
This document presents information concerning the cookies found on services (“Services”) accessible to all internet users with a connection terminal (computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.) from the following address: www.minimiam.com (“Site”).

Cookies may be installed automatically on the user’s terminal (computer, telephone, tablet, etc.) during visits to the Site. Cookies are used to save information relative to the user’s browsing in order to provide him/her with personalised navigation (e.g. user identification to access their account, managing their shopping cart, memorising consultations and personalising the offers proposed).Users are informed by a banner that cookies are installed on their terminal when they arrive on the Site’s homepage. If they continue to browse the Site without configuring the gathering of personal identifiers, they accept the collection of this information and the creation of the personal identifier. This page enables users to obtain the information needed to disable these cookies at any time, free of charge. It should be pointed out, however, that disabling cookies may reduce or block access to all or part of the services offered on the Site

What does the term “cookie” mean?
A cookie is a text file in alphanumeric format placed on the user’s hard drive by the server of the site visited or by a third-party server (advertising sales agency, analytic web service, etc.). A cookie is used to recognise a user when he/she comes back to the website. On the technical level, however, the cookie recognises a machine and not really a user. A cookie can only be used by a server at the domain that placed it there.

The different types of cookies
Different types of cookies are used on the Site for different purposes.

Essential Cookies
These cookies are indispensable for the Site to operate properly. They enable the user to access the Site and its Services and cannot be disabled/deleted.

Performance and Functional Cookies
These cookies are used to provide better service to users. They improve the Site’s operations in relation to users’ needs, their past behaviour and the parameters they have set. They make it possible for users not to have to provide information that had already been given (pages visited, language parameters, country, ID; etc.) during a previous visit to the Site. These cookies do not gather personal information, nor can they be used to identify the user or to gather personal data.

Users can disable/delete these cookies on their terminal, but will no longer be able to use a certain number of functions that are nonetheless needed to browse certain areas of the Site.

Analytics cookies
The Site uses the Google Analytics software to analyse certain bits of information about visitors such as traffic, use of the browser, number of new visitors, marketing activities and pages viewed. This information helps us to make improvements to the Site, both qualitatively and quantitatively.The data saved by these cookies can only be viewed by the concerned teams at the Site, but no confidential information is recorded.

To know how to avoid the use of cookies by Google Analytics, please visit page.

Third parties cookies
The Site use the following third parties services which can install cookies:

YouTube e Vimeo are two web platforms that enable viewing and sharing of videos on the internet

Configuring the internet browser
Most browsers automatically accept cookies by default. The user can nonetheless configure his/her browser to keep cookies from being saved on the computer or on a related peripheral device. Some browsers offer a method by which cookies are always deleted after a visit.The user can also configure his/her browser software so that it indicates the cookies placed on the terminal and lets you choose whether to accept these cookies or not on a case by case basis.

It should be pointed out that if the user disables cookies, access to all or part of the Services offered on the Site may be reduced or blocked. If the browser is configured to refuse all cookies, the user will notably not be able to use essential functions on the Site. To carefully manage cookies, the user should configure his/her browsers taking into account the cookies’ purpose as indicated above.

The following links provide step-by-step explanations of how to configure cookies for the different browsers:

1/ if you use the Google Chrome browser
https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en

Find the files containing the name “minimiam”. Select them and delete them.

2/ if you use the Firefox browser
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/delete-cookies-remove-info-websites-stored

Find the files containing the name “minimiam”. Select them and delete them.

3/  if you use the Internet Explorer browser
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/delete-manage-cookies#ie=ie-11

Select the cookies containing the name “minimiam” and delete them.

4/ if you use the Safari browser
http://support.apple.com/kb/PH17191?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US

Select the cookies containing the name “minimiam” and click on Delete or Delete all.

For further information on cookies:For further information on cookies and their use, the user may consult the file produced by France’s “Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés” (National Commission for Information Technology and Civil Liberties) at the following address: http://www.cnil.fr