Legal  notice (Summary in process)











Our legal notice can be accessed from the main menu, and from all our on-line forms and services.

Jazz Au Confluent attaches special importance to respecting the private life of all persons interacting with our organisation, in any way or capacity. The protection of your personal data is one of our main concerns. This is why we make every effort to offer the fullest guarantees and earn you trust. 

  • When you browse our site you are protected by Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS) technology. These are protocols that ensure the security of data exchanged on the Internet by securing the transport layer. Consequently, the information on our site is encrypted and secured, as are your on-line purchases.

  • Our Domain Name System (DNS) is secured against the diversion of traffic from our Web site by the implementation of Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC), a protocol standardised by IETF to solve a number of security issues linked to DNS protocol. A DNS server gives access to the IP address of a domain name (URL or Uniform Resource Locator for a Web site - or "Internet address").

  • Our Privacy Statement explains which personal data are used by Jazz Au Confluent, how and why we process the data and for how long.

  • We only keep your personal data for the required duration prescribed by law or for the duration required for the precise needs for which it has been collected.

  • Our Web-Stat audience analytics service (visit counter), does not use cookies and your IP address is anonymised if you are located in the European Union.

  • We use neither , that share data from our site on social media.


  • Stripe, our provider of PCI (1) checker, and has been awarded level 1 certification for PCI service provision. This is the most demanding certification level in the payment industry and has been achieved by the deployment of best-in-class secure practices and tools to maintain optimal security for users. Two-factor authentication (2FA) ensures a secure connection to our account.


  • The acronym PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) refers to the data security standards applicable to the payment card industry, developed by the PCI security standards council.

  • To enable you to exercise your right to , or receive a stored on our Web site (GDPR), we have provided a and a telephone contact number: 06 07 19 33 98. We guarantee your  your data (as provided for in French Data Protection Law).

  • Lastly, when you use our services and on line forms (GDPR) we respect the consent you have given.


1. Site presentation

By virtue of article 6 of French Law n° 2004-575 of June 21 2004 concerning the trust in the digital economy, users of this Web site are informed of the identity of the parties involved in creating and monitoring the website:


Address : 80 avenue Carnot, 78700 CONFLANS SAINTE HONORINE – FRANCE

E-mail :

Siret n° 444 219 448 00024 (APE code 9001Z)

This Web site has been accessible on line since February 20 2019

Creation - Design & Webmaster : Yann MOSSET - Contact :
Director of publication : Jean GAULTIER - President

Host : Inc.
Address : 500 Terry A François Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94158
Telephone : +1 415-639-9034


2. General conditions governing use of the Web site and the services offered

Use of the Web site implies full and unconditional acceptance of the general conditions set forth below. These conditions are subject to modification or addition at any time, users of the Web site are therefore invited to consult the site at regular intervals.

In normal circumstance, . Jazz Au Confluent may however decide to interrupt access for maintenance purposes, and shall, in this case, make every effort to give users prior notice of the dates and times of these interruptions.

The Webmaster regularly updates the site. Likewise, the Legal Notice may be modified at any time: they shall however apply to users who are invited to refer the Legal Notice as regularly as possible to check for any updates.

3. Description of services provided

Moreover, the information on the Web site is not exhaustive and iroduced


The purpose of the Web site is to provide information on the full range of its activities. Jazz Au Confluent makes every effort to ensure that the information published on the Web site is as accurate as possible. However, we shall incur no liability for any omissions, inaccuracies and deficiencies in the site updates, whether they are attributable to Jazz au Confluent or to third parties providing this information.

All the information published on the Web site is provided for general guidance purposes only and is liable to be modified.

4. Contractual limits of technical data

The Web site uses JavaScript technology.

The Web site shall accept no responsibility for material damage incurred in connection with the use of the site. Moreover, users of the site undertake to access the site from recent computer equipment, free of viruses and using an updated browser of the latest generation.

5. Intellectual property and counterfeits

Jazz Au Confluent is either the owner of the intellectual property rights or owns the right to use all the information accessible on the site, notably text, images, graphics, logos, icons, sounds and computer programs.

Any duplication, representation, modification, publication, or adaptation of all or part of the information on the site, whatever the means or process used, is forbidden, except with the prior written authorisation of Jazz Au Confluent.

Any unauthorised use of the site or of any of the site’s information content shall be counterfeit and liable to legal proceedings as set out in Articles L.335-2 et seq. of the French law on Intellectual Property.

6. Limit of liability

Jazz Au Confluent shall not be held liable for any direct or indirect damage caused to the user’s equipment when accessing the Web site, whether caused either by the equipment’s failing to address the specifications detailed in point 4, or by a bug or incompatibility.

Jazz Au Confluent shall not be held liable for any indirect damage (including, for example, loss of market share or opportunity) subsequent to the use of the Web site.

Users are invited to use the interactive capability on some pages to ask questions. Jazz Au Confluent reserves the right to delete, without prior notice, any content posted by users in the course of this interaction, if it constitutes a breach of the legislation applicable in France, and particularly of provisions relative to data protection.


Where applicable, Jazz Au Confluent also reserves the right to engage the civil and/or criminal liability of the user, notably in the event of submission of a message of a racist, offensive, libellous, or pornographic nature, whatever the medium used (text, photograph, etc.).


7. Your personal data 


​Jazz Au Confluent takes particular care in protecting users’ personal data.


This Privacy Statement explains which personal data are used by Jazz Au Confluent, and how and why we process the data.


In France, personal data is protected notably by Law n° 78-87 of January 6 1978, Law n° 2004-801 of August 6 2004, Article L. 226-13 of the Criminal Code () and the European Directive of October 24 1995.

The following data may be collected while you are consulting the site.


A) Data used for statistical purposes:

In normal use, our partner, Web-Stat, records visitors’ IP (Internet Protocol). An IP does not connect a visitor to a physical person. However, this information is considered as personal by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


This is why has opted for anonymization of IPs located within the European Union recorded in our Web-Stat account. When an IP is anonymized, the last characters are changed: e.g. is changed to 255.123.201.XXX. This reduces the accuracy of geo-tracking (source: Web-Stat).


At this writing, only the followingis provided by Web-Stat:

  1. Details of visitor # 1, 2XX (Number displayed on the site’s Web-Stat counter, after the user’s presence on the site has been taken into account).

  2. [Day, month, year, time, minutes, seconds].

  3. The visitor arrived on [day, month, year, hour, minute, second].

  4. It is the user’s first visit [day, month, year, hour, minute, second] since previous visits.

  5. Visitor connected to #111.111.XXX (IP in anonymous format).


  1. This IP address is located in [country]-[city]

  2. It belongs to [user’s Internet provider name]

  3. Visitor forwarded by www. [name of search engine].com

  4. Visitor entered your site on (or other page on the site that enabled access to the site)

  5. The visitor saw your site with:
    browser: Firefox 00 (for example)
    Operating System: Android 0 or Windows 00 (for example)
    Screen size: 000x000 and device type used: computer, tablet or smartphone
    Screen colours: 00-bit 00 millions

  6. Complete user agent: QwantMobile/0.0 (Android 0.0.0; Mobile RV : 00) gecko/00 Firefox/00 QwantBrowser/00.0.0 (for example).

All personal data is kept by our service provider. We have access to the information listed below, from a secure connection to the Web site:

B) When you register and join the Association via​​​

The online facility we have included on the Web site to enable users to join the Association is provided by our host The user must fill in an before selecting the membership form and paying online.

This form must contain at least the that we require:

  1. Family name

  2. First name

  3. Full postal address

  4. E-mail address

  5. Check box for the acknowledgement of the conditions of use of the site (explicit consent)

  6. Internet users have a link through which to consult these Legal Notices.

  7. Users can only confirm their registration if they have checked the box provided and entered the required information.

  8. The user may choose to subscribe to our newsletter by checking the box provided.

The information below in optional:

  1. Telephone number

  2. Name of corporate person for businesses

  3. Fonction

  4. Address of entity’s Web site

The date of registration is automatically updated and cannot be modified on line.

Our data privacy policy and implementation of the General Personal Data Protection regulations are accessible from the form.

Personal data are kept on our Web site host’s datacenter. We can access this from a secured connection to our administrator account. It can be made available to the person concerned via a procedure described below.

Members can cancel their membership of the Association by clicking on a button that takes them to our .

C) When you join the Association from :

The online subscription process that we use is provided by our Web site host When you have selected the subscription form, enter your debit/credit card details to make your payment. The following information is provided:

  1. (choice of) debit/credit card

  2. Card number

  3. Expiry code

  4. Security code (on back of card)

  5. Card owner name


D) When you pay to attend a concert via :

Our online reservation facility is provided by our Web site host.

When you have made your online payment Jazz au Confluent has access to the following information:

  1. [First name, Family name]

  2. E-mail address: [e-mail name]@[domain name].com

  3. [Day, month, hour, minutes]

  4. Order information and payment details

  5. Order: FA0Y-W0PY-00 (for example)

  6. [Title of concert/show]

  7. Ticket #FA0Y-W0PY-00000 (for example)

  8. Quantity 0

  9. Amount of sub-total 0€

  10. Total 0€

  11. Paid by Credit Card

This data is kept on our host’s server and we have access to the information listed above from a secured connection to our administrator account.

When you have selected a concert, you must fill in the following required to pay the required amount:

  1. (choice of) debit/credit card

  2. Card number

  3. Expiry date

  4. Security code (on back of card)

  5. Card owner name

E) When you make online payments on :

We use the technology provided by Stripe, a company specialized in Internet payment for professionals.

Stripe runs a secured online payment platform. For more information, go to:


Connection to our Stripe server is secured by two-factor authentication (2FA).


Stripe has been audited by a PCI certified auditor and is certified at Level 1 of the PCI service provider. This is the most rigorous level of certification in the payments industry. To do this, Stripe uses the best security tools and practices in its class to maintain a high level of security for its customers.


The acronym PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) refers to the data security standards applicable to the payment card industry, developed by the PCI security standards council PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) to reduce online fraud.

Stripe enforces HTTPS compliance for all services using TLS (SSL), including our customer dashboard.


Stripe libraries connect to Stripe servers on TLS and check the TLS certificates on each connection.


Stripe regularly checks the details of the implementation: the certificates sent by Stripe, the certificate authorisations used and the encryption standards supported by Stripe. Stripe uses HSTS to ensure that browsers interact with Stripe solely on HTTPS. Stripe also features in the pre-loaded HSTS lists for Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.


HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is a security policy mechanism offered by HTTP, enabling a Web server to tell a compatible user agent (e.g. a Web browser) that all interactions must be via secured connection such as HTTPS.


HTTPS: HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure is the association of HTTP with an encryption layer such as SSL or TLS.


Encryption of sensitive data and communication


All card numbers are encrypted at rest with AES-256. The encryption keys are stored on separate machines. None of the internal servers or Strip demons can obtain unencrypted card numbers; instead, they simply ask for the cards to be sent to a services provider on a static white list. The Stripe infrastructure for the storage, encryption and transmission of card numbers are executed in separate hosting infrastructure and shares no identification information with the Stripe primary services (API, Web site, etc.).

The that we can access from our Stripe customer account are:

  1. Number •••• 9999 (partially masked card number)

  2. Imprint AFGp4bSts02BnXc7 (for example)

  3. Expiry 99 / 9999

  4. Visa credit card type (for example)

  5. Card ID_5HvuxKSER817k4pI1vXb1HAuq (for example)


  7. Address No address

  8. Origin France

  9. CVC check successful

  10. The (metadata) that we can access from our Stripe customer account are:


  1. Customer Name [FIRST NAME & FAMILY NAME]

  2. Customer Email {YOUR E-MAIL ADDRESS]

  3. Customer IP [YOUR IP ADDRESS]

  4. Invoice Id FDPE-KDWE-ID (Unique invoice identifier.)

  5. Order Item #1 FDPE-KDWE-ID, Tickets Order - ALULA 6tet (World Jazz), 1.0, 7.35

After each on-line payment on our Web site, you will receive a receipt from us in your mail box.

Your bank statement will show that the payment was made to: JAZZ AU CONFLUENT


When you make payments to our Web site, the personal data collected is analysed to determine the level of risk of fraud associated with each transaction. The results of the check will enable the implementation of security measures and, where relevant, prevent or cancel transactions.


F) When you subscribe to our digital version newsletter from


Our digital contact form is provided by our host Its purpose is to enable voluntary subscription to our newsletters, and to enable the subscriber(s) to receive information on our ongoing concert programmes. Subscribers have the option of cancelling their subscription easily and immediately from the communication media they have received. The only required information in the digital subscription form is: the Internet user’s e-mail address.


Subscribers are required to check the box indicating that they have read and understood the Web site’s legal conditions.


Family name and first name are optional.


This on-line forms a hypertext link that gives immediate access to this Legal Notice, enabling Internet users to consult them before confirming their subscription.


Our data confidentiality policy and our GDPR application are accessible from this form.


A button gives access to the form enabling newsletter subscribers to cancel their subscription.

G) When you contact us via the online contact form from


Our on-line contact form is provided by our host Its purpose is to facilitate and simplify our interaction with Internet users. It also enables them to cancel their subscription to our newsletters. You can read our personal data confidentiality policy and our GDPR application on this form.

  • The required personal information is:


  1. E-mail address

  2. Message

  3. Date

  • The optional personal information is:

  1. Family name

  2. First name

  3. Telephone number

  4. society

  5. function

  6. Entity Web site

Your message is stored in a secure e-mail box in our administrator account. The messages and associated answers are stored for the duration required to fulfil the objectives.

H) When you register as a Subscriber to the Web site:


Each member receives their own private page in our account. This page is not visible to other users. It is not brought up in search engine results. A private page cannot become public.

To process your , we need:

  1. Your Family name

  2. Your first name

  3. Your e-mail address


You can subsequently add your postal address and telephone number, then update your information. They can be modified at any time. You can close (cancel) your account from here or by using our .


Jazz Au Confluent cannot access your password. Password modification requests must be submitted via the that contains a password reinitialization request link. 


I) Personal data confidentiality policy:


Jazz Au Confluent does not collect personal user-related information for purposes other than the provision of services offered by the site. The user provides this information knowingly, notably at the time of initial submission. The user is clearly informed on the Web site of the nature of this information: required or optional.


No personal user information on the Web site is published without the user’s knowledge, exchanged, transferred or sold to third parties on any media whatsoever. Only in the possible event of the Web site with its associated rights being acquired, might the aforementioned information be transmitted to the buyer, the latter being in turn subject to the same requirements in terms of conservation and modification of data related to users of the Web site.


The information collected on the forms is recorded in a digital form by Jazz Au Confluent for the purposes of customer management. It is stored for the legal duration and is intended for the sole use of Jazz Au Confluent.

As set out in Articles 38 et seq. of the Law 78-17 of January 6 1978 on information technology, files and freedoms, all users enjoy the , by submitting a written, signed request to Jazz Au Confluent, 80 rue Carnot, 78700 CONFLANS SAINTE HONORINE FRANCE, with a copy of personal ID signed by the holder and a return postal address.

You can consult the privacy policy

J) Application of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

This concerns the European regulation 2016/679 on data protection aimed at reinforcing and unifying data protection for all persons in the European Union (EU). The aim of the regulation is to protect the basic right to privacy and personal data. This ruling applies to the company as a whole and to the Web site that interacts with EU citizens. enables us to provide our visitors with a file on their personal data, and/or delete their data from our database.


As required by the GDPR, you may request the definitive deletion of your data processed on our Web site (right to oblivion). has a form in which the request can be executed on your behalf.

As required by the GDPR, you can request a copy of the data processed on our Web site.

As required by the GDPR, you enjoy full portability for the data processed on our site (right to portability). For more information see:

The Data Protection Officer (DPO): Jazz Au Confluent is neither an authority, a public body nor a business. Moreover we do not track personal behaviours on a large scale. We do not process personal data on a large scale, nor do we handle data referred to as “sensitive” (racial or ethnic origins, philosophical, political, or religious opinion, affiliation to labour organisations, health, etc.). We are under no obligation to designate a DPO. We fulfil none of the following criteria that make such a designation mandatory:

“The processing is carried out by a public authority or body, except for courts acting in their judicial capacity” (Art. 37-1.a of the GDPR) 


“The core activities of the controller or the processor consist of processing operations which, by virtue of their nature, their scope and/or their purposes, require regular and systematic monitoring of data subjects on a large scale;” (Art. 37-1.b of the GDPR) 


“The core activities of the controller or the processor consist of processing on a large scale of special categories of data pursuant to Article 9 or personal data relating to criminal convictions and offences referred to in Article 10.” (Art. 37-1.c of the GDPR). This consequently concerns “sensitive” data notably related to personal health, vulnerability, infringements or convictions.


You may submit a written, signed request to Jazz Au Confluent, 80 rue Carnot, 78700 CONFLANS SAINTE HONORINE FRANCE, with a copy of personal ID signed by the holder and a return postal address. You can also use our personal data request form.


Explicit consent of the person concerned by the processing of personal data:


All our on-line forms are set up to require the explicit consent regarding our legal notice, more particularly our confidentiality policy and the use of cookies before any data is sent. The user is invited to click on a link that gives access to this document.

See article 7. Management of personal data:

  1. Item B:  when you register and subscribe to the Association from

  2. Item C: when you subscribe to the digital version of our news from

  3. Item H: when you register as a Subscriber to the site

See article 9 below: Use of cookies ("use of cookies" pop-up).

You can consult the Règlement général RGPD/GDPR


8. Ext links

The Web site implements a number of hypertext links to other sites, implemented with the authorisation of Jazz Au Confluent. However, Jazz Au Confluent does not have the capacity to check the content on sites visited via these links, and shall accept no subsequent liability.


9. Use of cookies


This section of our legal notice is devoted to the use of cookies in our privacy protection policy. It provides more information about the origin and use of the on-site navigation information processed when you visit our site, and your rights in this respect.


This section is therefore of importance for you in terms of your positive and trusting experience of our services as well as for us, insofar it is our goal to precisely and comprehensively address your questions concerning the consultation of the site and your expectations.


On-site navigation may lead to the installation of cookies on the user’s computer. A cookie is a small file that does not enable user identification, but which does record information relative to how the computer navigates on a site. The data collected is aimed at facilitating subsequent navigation on the site, and on enabling a number of measurements of traffic on the site. For further information and to see which cookies Wix implements on the Wix sites, see this article


The information that we collect is for our own use and needs. This information is not communicated to third parties, and is neither transferred nor sold. Jazz Au Confluent will only disclose information with your consent or to meet legal or regulatory requirements.


We do not use advertising cookies (tracers that enable identification of personal preferences), and do not implement share buttons for our sites on social media.

Some cookies require prior information and your consent, notably:


  1. Cookies related to targeted advertising.

  2. Some audience measurement cookies.

  3. Social media cookies generated by social media share buttons when these collect personal data without the consent of the persons concerned.


Jazz Au Confluent does not use categories of cookies requiring your consent (with the exception of pop-up cookies). We do not adapt the content displayed on your terminal on the basis of personal data that you have supplied (e.g. targeted advertising, commercial prospecting) and our Web site does not feature social media sharing buttons.


What are the cookies deposited on your terminal used for?

When you visit our site, we may install various cookies on your terminal enabling us to recognize the browser used on your terminal until the time of expiry of the cookie.

Strictly required cookies


These cookies are indispensable for the Web site to operate correctly and cannot be deactivated on our systems. They are generally only activated in response to actions that you have carried out and that match a request for services, such as configuring your confidentiality preferences, connection and completion of forms. You may configure your browser to block or be alerted to the use of these cookies. However, if this category of cookies – which stores no personal data - is blocked, some parts of the site may not operate correctly.


Technical or audience-related cookies do not require the user’s consent.


These performance measurement cookies are used to gather statistics and for traffic measurement and to analyse the use of the site’s pages and features, and use this data to improve the site and make our services more user-friendly, as recommended by the French authorities (CNIL).


They also help us to identify which pages are the most and least visited and assess how visitors navigate on site. All the information collected by these cookies is aggregated and consequently anonymized.


We use neither the Google Analytics audience measurement tool, nor any Web site audience measurement tool other than Web-Stat. The Jazz Au Confluent application performs no audience measurement.


Our Web-Stat audience analysis service performs the following tasks:


The personal information used by our service provider is all anonymous, because Jazz Au Confluent has chosen to anonymize the IPs located in the European Union and recorded in our Webstat account, and we refuse to install WebStat cookies on the computers of Internet users located outside the European Union.


In normal use, Web-Stat uses analytical cookies to monitor your navigation on These cookies are non-invasive and comply with P3P (Privacy Preferences Platform). They record no information of a personal or private nature.


In normal use, Web-Stat records the visitor’s IP. The IP does not connect a visitor to a physical person. However, this information is deemed by the GDPR to be of a personal nature. This is why Jazz Au Confluent has chosen to anonymize the IPs located in the European Union and recorded in our Web-Stat account. When an IP has been anonymized, the final characters are masked, e.g. becomes 255.123.201.XXX.


Technical cookies enable us to adapt the site presentation to your terminal’s display preferences (language used, display resolution, operating system used, etc.) when you visit the site, and depending on the hardware and display or data-reading software used on your terminal.

You can object to the registration of cookies by setting the settings the cookie headband (dialogue window that appears on the first visit). It declares cookies and tracking on the site and provides visitors with the choice to consent before processing its data. We draw your attention to the fact that when you object to the installation or use of a cookie, a refusing cookie is installed on your terminal equipment. If you remove this refusing cookie, it will no longer be possible to identify yourself as having refused to use cookies. Similarly, when you consent to the installation of cookies, a consent cookie is installed. Consent or refusal cookies must remain on your terminal equipment. If you remove them, the cookie management chat window will appear again on the next connection.

You can also sign cookies from your web browser. Each browser has its own settings to enable management of cookies and other preferences. This is described in your browser’s help menu, explaining how you can modify your preferences for cookie management. If your browser (or the version of your browser) is not listed below, you should be able to find more detailed information directly on the browser publisher’s Web site. The procedures enabling you to manage or block cookies for each browser are:


Click on the Tools button, then on Internet Options

In the General tab, Browser History, click on Settings

Click on the “View files” button

Select the cookies that you want to disable and click on Delete


Click on the Tools icon, select the Options menu then click on the Advanced Options

Tab and enter the “Privacy” section.

Click on the “View cookies” button

Select the cookies that you want to disable and click on Delete


Click on the Browser Tools icon, select the Options menu.

A window comes up. Select “Privacy” and click on “View cookies”

Select the cookies that you want to disable and click on Delete


Click on the Edit icon, select the Preferences menu.

Click on Security then View cookies.

Select the cookies that you want to disable and click on Delete


  • Opéra

Click on the Settings icon in the tools sidebar.

Select Advanced then Privacy and security

Then Site settings and, finally Cookies


We do however warn you that by setting up your browser to disable cookies, some features, pages, and sections of the Web site will no longer be accessible. We accept no liability for this.


10. Applicable law and jurisdiction

Any dispute relating to the use of the Web site is governed by French law. All litigation shall come under the sole jurisdiction of the competent courts in Paris.


11. Principal legal reference documents


  1. Law n° 78-17 of January 6 1978, amended notably by law n° 2004-801 of August 6 2004 on Data Processing, Data Files and Individual Liberties

  2. Law n° 2004-575 of June 21 2004 on Trust in the Digital Economy

  3. European regulation 2016/679 on data protection

12. Lexicon

  1. User: Internet user connecting to and using the aforementioned Web site

  2. Personal information: “information enabling the direct or indirect identification of the physical persons to whom they apply” (Article 4 of Law n° 78-17 of January 6 1978).

Updated on : Sept. 18 2020