Who we are

Propriété du siteLe présent site www.lutece-langue.com est la propriété de la société LUTECE LANGUE
Siége social : 6 rue Las Cases 75007 Paris – France
Tel : 01 73 70 17 69
RCS PARIS B 409 378 379
SIRET: 409 378 379 00047
SARL au capital de 7 622 €
TVA intracommunautaire : FR10 409 378 379 00047
e-mail : contact@lutece-langue.com
Directeur de publication :Eriko PAGNON
Loi informatique, fichiers et libertés :
  • Les données à caractère nominatif recueillies auprès des internautes par l’intermédiaire d’un formulaire sur www.lutece-langue.com, ne sauraient, en aucun cas, être transmises, à titre gratuit ou onéreux, à des tiers.
  • Aucune information personnelle n’est collectée à votre insu.
Droit d’auteur :Toute représentation totale ou partielle de ce site et de son contenu, par quelques procédés que ce soient, sans autorisation préalable expresse de la société LUTECE LANGUE, est interdite et constituerait une contrefaçon sanctionnée par les articles L335-2 et suivants du Code de la Propriété intellectuelle.
On entend par contenu du site la structure générale, les textes, les images animées ou non, et les sons dont le site est composé.
Notre hébergeur :GANDI SAS
63-65 boulevard Massena Paris (75013) FRANCE

Privacy Policy

In accordance with the provisions of current legislation on the Protection of Personal Data, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679, we inform you your data will be incorporated into the processing system owned by LUTECE LANGUE, 6 rue Las Cases 75007 Paris – France, and will be treated on mixed files with your personal data, stored and managed in accordance with the GDPR.


The collection and processing of personal data, incorporated into these files, is intended to provide you with information of your interest, as well as to send you commercial communications, including commercial messages via SMS, email, and postal mail, etc., from the study and segmentation of the data collected during navigation through the website, the data provided by filling in any form, as well as those derived from the contractual relationship with you. This site will not participate in automated processing, including profiling.


You, as the owner of the data, must explicitly agree you accept your data may be incorporated into these files, giving your explicit consent once your data has been filled in on any of the forms available on this website, in which any personal data is obligatorily required and before it is sent. The legal basis for the processing of your data is the provision of your consent, which may be withdrawn upon request.

Security and duty of secrecy

LUTECE LANGUE undertakes to comply with the obligation of secrecy with regard to the personal data provided, as well as the duty to safeguard it by adopting the appropriate technical, organizational and security measures necessary to prevent its alteration, loss, processing or unauthorized access.

Duration of data processing

Your data will be kept for the time strictly necessary to fulfill the purpose for which it was collected and for as long as your consent persists and has not been expressly revoked.

Data Processors

Your data will not be passed on to third parties, except to the data processors specified in each form, in the case of legal obligation or with your express consent.


You have the right to obtain confirmation if we are processing personal data concerning you, to access your personal data, as well as to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where appropriate, to request their deletion when, among other reasons, the data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected. In certain circumstances, you may request a restriction on the processing of your data, in which case we will only retain them for the purpose of exercising or defending claims. For reasons related to your particular situation, you may object to the processing of your data. You have the right to portability where technically possible. You may contact the above postal address or the e-mail address contact@lutece-langue.com to exercise your rights.

LUTECE LANGUE reserves the right to unilaterally extend and modify, at any time and without prior notice, the presentation, configuration, and contents of the website, as well as temporarily suspend the presentation, configuration, technical specifications and services of the website, in the same way.

Cookies policy of lutece-langue.com

In accordance with Directive 2002/58/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 July 2002, LUTECE LANGUE (hereinafter “COMPANY” or “we”) informs you that lutece-langue.com (hereinafter “site” or “Web site”) uses cookies to store information on your computer, required to access some of its features. By using the site, you declare you have read and you agree to this Cookies Policy as well as the Terms and Conditions of use of the Website.

I – Definition of “Cookies”

Cookies are small text files loaded to your computer or smart phone when you use some Web sites, computer programs or mobile applications (“sites”, in general). They store information needed by these sites to provide you with their services, improve navigation, remember your preferences, run advertising campaigns, etc. Read more about cookies in Wikipedia or on the site of the European Commission.

II – Classification of Cookies

There are three classes of cookies, and the same cookie can receive different classifications, depending on how it is created and used. Please note these categories are not always standard, and other sites may use different classifications.

II.1 – According the duration of the cookie

Session cookies: Only last during a browsing session, and are removed the moment the browser window is closed. Session cookies are used for technical functionalities, for example to remember what products have been added to a shopping basket.

Persistent cookies: They are stored on users’ devices after the browser window has been closed. The duration of this type of cookie is set by the website that created it, and it can last for an indefinite period of time. They are commonly used to remember your navigation preferences during future visits or for targeted advertising. The intrusiveness of this type of cookie depends on if it is used by the same site, or a third party site, and what it is used for.

II.2 – According the cookie origin

First party cookies: The website that sets the cookie is the same website the user is visiting.

Third party cookies: The cookie is created by a website other than the one being visited, collecting information to provide visitors with their own services or track users on the third-party site.

II.3 – According the cookie usage

Technical Cookies: Allow the user to navigate through a site and use any of its existing options or services, for example, identify the session (1-a), restrict access to some pages, serve content according the visitors’ languages, remember the elements of an order, complete the checkout of a shopping cart, use a password protected page, set security features, manage videos or music, or share content via social networks. Some technical cookies are considered “strictly necessary cookies”, because the site could not work without them.

Customization Cookies: Allow users to personalize the functioning of a website (such as languages, colors, country, etc).

Analytical Cookies: Monitors the behavior of users on a website, generating statistics that can be used later to define marketing strategies, provide users with custom information, and improve services and content.

Advertising Cookies: Used for more effective management of advertising spaces on the site.

Targeting Cookies: Stores information about users’ behaviors through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, sometime across multiple sites. In this case, they used to be known as “Super Cookies”. These are usually created by third-party sites offering some kind of service in return, like social networks and email services. Super cookies are the most likely to offer risks to users, both in regards to their privacy and to the security of their computers. For this reason, it is important you know what services or websites store these types of cookies, and decide how to manage them.

III – How this site uses cookies

At this moment we are storing the following cookies in your computer:


Our cookies never store your personal information like your name, address or email. Also, we never store financial or credit card information in cookies on any part of this site. You can withdraw the consent you have given to us to store cookies in your computer at any time by simply configuring your browser (see explanation below). Usually you can use this site anyway without these cookies, although some services might not work properly if they are disabled.

IV – How to manage cookies

You can choose to disable or selectively turn off cookies (including third-party cookies) by changing your browser settings. You will find more information about this topic in the help menu of your browser. Here are the configurations to manage your cookies on the most widely used browsers:

a) Google Chrome

b) Mozilla Firefox

c) Safari

d) Opera

e) Internet Explorer

As mentioned above, this might affect how you interact with many websites. For instance, you could be unable to login to services or programs, such your profiles on social networks.

You can also delete cookies after visiting our site or any other websites, either selectively or altogether. Deleting cookies does not mean you are permanently excluded from any sites or services. Unless you have selected the settings to permanently refuse cookies, a new cookie will be stored on your computer for the next time you visit the site.

We strongly recommend you to use DoNotTrack, after installing a compatible browser. It will improve your privacy by limiting the way some targeting cookies are processed by your browser. Read more in http://donottrack.us

V – Security habits

Although we make our best efforts to inform you about cookies and our policies, you are ultimately responsible for your own privacy and security. Only by learning more about your rights and the Internet in general, and acquiring safe, “common-sense” navigation habits, will you be able to protect yourself and get the most the Internet has to offer.