This privacy policy is based on the obligations of a website publisher arising from the General Data Protection Regulation adopted by the European Parliament on 14 April 2016 (GDPR), with regard to consent to the collection of personal data, the protection and security of personal data, and respect for the rights of website users to access, rectify, limit processing, portability and deletion of their data.

It may need to evolve in line with changes in the legislative and regulatory context.


Personal data (name, e-mail address, telephone number, company name, position, postal address, website, etc.) may be collected by the publisher of the website when the user completes a form on the site (comment or contact), or sends an e-mail to Linguagora Sarl at the e-mail address indicated in the “Contact” section of the website.
The transmission of such data is necessary, in particular, to answer a request for information and to draw up a quotation.
The publisher of this site also collects personal data: via the deployment of log files, in compliance with the legislation in force concerning the use of cookies, when writing comments, for the purpose of detecting unwanted comments (data entered in the comment form, IP address, web browser user agent).


The information collected is for internal use only. Under no circumstances are they communicated to third parties.
The data collected is processed manually by the site publisher for the following purposes:

  • The data collected following contact by e-mail or via the contact form is stored to create or develop a commercial relationship (responding to a request for information, sending quotes, providing services, etc.).
  • The data collected when using the social network access buttons is necessary to execute the requests of these third party sites.
  • The data collected when sending a comment is used to identify subsequent comments.


By contacting Linguagora Sarl by e-mail at the address specified on this site or via the contact/comment form, you accept that your personal data (e.g. that appearing in the e-mail signature) will be recorded by the site publisher.
Cookies are accepted via a warning banner.


The length of time the data is kept depends on the means used to collect it:
The personal data communicated by e-mail or collected via the contact form is kept for the time necessary to process the request. If a commercial relationship has not developed, it is kept for 36 months from the date of the last contact.
The data collected by cookies is kept for a maximum of 13 months.
If the user leaves a comment, the comment and its metadata are kept indefinitely (automatic identification and approval of subsequent comments).


In accordance with the GDPR and the amended French Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, users of the site have rights relating to their personal data.

They can exercise these rights by contacting the website publisher directly:

  • by letter: Linguagora Sarl / Aude Thalmann, 22 rue des Hauts Pavés, FR-44000 Nantes
  • by e-mail:

Within the legal framework defined by the GDPR, users can at any time: make a written request for the communication of their personal data held by Linguagora Sarl, request the modification or rectification of incomplete, inaccurate or obsolete information concerning them or concerning a deceased relative, oppose the processing of their personal data for use in commercial prospecting operations or for legitimate reasons,ask to retrieve their data in an open, machine-readable format for storage on another medium or transmission to another information system for re-use for personal purposes,request the deletion of all personal data recorded by Linguagora Sarl.

It is possible to use one of the letter templates made available by the CNIL for this purpose.

Linguagora Sarl / Aude Thalmann undertakes to respond to requests related to personal data within a period not exceeding one month from their receipt. In case of doubt as to the identity of the applicant, supporting documents may be requested.


This entire site is governed by French and international legislation on copyright and intellectual property.
Reproduction rightsAll reproduction rights are reserved, including for downloadable documents and illustrations.
The reproduction of all or part of this site on an electronic medium requires the express authorisation of the website editor.The reproduction of texts from the site on paper is authorised subject to compliance with the following conditions:

free distribution, – reproducing the texts in their entirety, – clear and legible citation of the source in the form: “Source: All reproduction rights reserved.” 

Link to this site
The establishment of an external link to this site requires the authorisation of the website editor. The information on the website may only be used for personal, educational, associative or professional purposes. Any use for commercial or advertising purposes is prohibited.

Links to other sites
The site may offer links to other sites. Linguagora Sarl is not responsible for the content of these sites and cannot be held liable for any damage or injury resulting from their use.

The user is informed that when browsing the www.linguagora.comwebsite, a cookie may be automatically installed on their browser software.A cookie is a block of data that does not allow the user to be identified, but is used to record information relating to the user’s browsing on the site.
Users are informed that they may oppose the registration of these cookies by configuring their computer in accordance with the instructions described on the site of the Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés:

Linguagora reserves the right to modify these conditions at any time.