Cookie management policy

Cookie management policy

Lord Services (also referred to as “the company” or “us” in this policy) is a public limited company with a board of directors with a capital of € 37,000, registered in the Montpellier Trade and Companies Register under number 889 272 639, whose head office is located at 455 Avenue du Professeur Etienne Antonelli (at Subway) - 34070 Montpellier, intra-community VAT number FR60 889 272 639, SIRET 889 272 639 00010, tel: +33 (0) 4 83 43 29 44, email address: contact@lordtoken.com.

Its main activity is the development and management of all systems, software, technical solutions, websites, platforms and applications, as well as the acquisition, subscription, holding, management and disposal, in any form, from all parts. social security and all securities in all companies or legal entities. In this context, it also operates as a digital asset service provider (PSAN).

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The company operates the website accessible to the public at the following url address (hereinafter the "Site"): www.lordtoken.fr . This Site aims to:

  • provide users with information enabling them to discover the activity and services offered by the company, as well as its news (events, publications, etc.);
  • offer functionalities and / or information allowing users to contact the company and present the services offered by the company, the projects carried out by the latter and to come, or the team working on these projects;
  • provide users with an online account and access to a digital asset exchange platform and various associated services as detailed in our general conditions ;
  • carry out one-off fundraising operations, in particular by issuing bonds convertible into shares (“OCA”) to be subscribed in cash as part of a bond loan by public offering.

The company also manages pages presenting its activity and allowing it to publish content on social networks and to interact with Internet users (in particular on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest or even LinkedIn).

When browsing and interacting on the Site, cookies, tags, pixels or other tracers or similar technologies (hereinafter “cookies”) may be installed on the user's computer or terminal. subject to the choices and options that the latter will have expressed or may express at any time in accordance with this cookie management policy. These cookies and the data collected by this means are used by the company as well as by third-party companies / partners, the list of which can be accessed here.

Our cookie management policy explains what “cookies” mean, details the types of cookies we use on the Site and specifies the rights you have in terms of accepting or refusing the installation of cookies.

1. What is a cookie?

1.1 A cookie is a small file for storing and retrieving information, generally made up of alphanumeric characters (cf. letters and numbers), deposited by a web server on the computer or electronic terminal of the user of the site. to send state information to said browser and likewise obtain such information back from the browser. The status information can be for example a session identifier, a language, an expiration date, a response domain, etc.

1.2 Cookies usually make it possible to obtain certain information on the browsing habits of the user, his computer or his terminal, in particular in order to improve the content and the service offered by the website in question, to know the traffic of said site and to provide Internet users with personalized services.

1.3 The notion of cookies as used in this cookie management policy covers all types of tracers or other similar technologies, for example:

  • HTTP cookies;
  • but also the use of other techniques:
    • “local shared objects” sometimes called “Flash cookies”;
    • the “local storage” implemented within HTML 5;
    • identifications by calculating the fingerprint of the terminal (“device fingerprinting”);
    • identifiers generated by operating systems (whether advertising or not: IDFA, IDFV, Android ID, etc.);
    • hardware identifiers (MAC address, serial number or any other identifier of a device);
    • etc.

1.4 In any case, cookies can be:

  • session cookies, which disappear as soon as the user leaves the browser or the Site; Where
  • permanent cookies that remain until the expiration of their lifespan or validity, or until the user deletes them by means of the functionalities of his browser for example or through the cookie management module set available on our Site.

2. What are the main “families” of cookies?

a) "Functional" cookies not subject to user consent

“Functional” cookies, ie those whose sole purpose is to allow or facilitate electronic communication on, from or to the Site or which are strictly necessary for the provision of a communication online at the express request of the user of the Site, are exempt from the need for the publisher of the Site to request the user's consent for their installation.

The company can thus use such "functioning" cookies, in particular technical cookies essential for navigation on the Site and cookies strictly necessary for the provision of certain services explicitly requested by the user, without requesting prior consent from you. . If the user deactivates these “operating” cookies for example by means of the functionalities offered by his browser, he may not be able to access the Site, and / or not correctly receive the content and information available on the Site and / or not being able to benefit from all the features of the Site.

b) Other cookies, subject in principle to the consent of the user

The use of other cookies as referred to below is subject in principle to the prior consent of the user, the latter being free to either accept them by expressly consenting to their installation and reading in his browser (it being specified that the latter will then have the possibility to withdraw his consent at any time under the conditions and according to the modalities referred to in article 4 below), or to refuse them.

To find out more about the details of the cookies used on the Site and the purposes pursued by them, the user is invited to consult article 3 below.

3. What cookies do we use and for what purposes?

The cookies that we and our partners may have to install on your device may have the following purposes:

3.a Cookies for evaluation, monitoring and audience and navigation measurements

The purpose of these cookies is to produce statistics of visits to the Site: tests, monitoring, measurements and analyzes of audience, attendance, navigation, performance.

The purpose of these cookies is to collect information relating to your use of our Website in order (i) to carry out visit statistics and to measure and analyze audiences, visits and browsing, (ii) to evaluate, to understand and report on how you use our Website (eg: identification of how you arrive on our Website or how you use it, reconstruction of navigation routes on said Website, etc.), ( ii) to allow us to carry out positioning studies in relation to, for example, third-party websites, in particular those of our competitors, and (iv) to allow us according to the results obtained (according to the analysis of the path of Internet users, for example) to adapt our Website with the aim of continuously improving the performance of said Website and the user experience (in particular according to users' browsing requests and preferences).

Their operation is based on an identification of "unique visitors" which then makes it possible to measure the number of visits, the number of visitors, the number of page views, the duration and the navigation path followed by the visitor, the activity and the number of visitors. '' interactivity of the visitor with the Site, the frequency of visits (on the Site or on certain pages of the Site), the performance of various pages of the Site, etc.

The installation of the cookies presented below is subject to your prior consent obtained in accordance with article 4 of this cookie management policy.

Cookie name Purpose
_ga (Google Analytics) These cookies are used to distinguish unique visitors to a site by assigning a randomly generated number as a user ID. The latter is updated on each page viewed and makes it possible in particular to calculate the number of visitors, sessions, etc. For more information:
3.b Interactivity and social network cookies

Our Site includes certain functions offered by third-party sites, in particular by means of social network modules or plugins, the operation of which is based on the installation of cookies. These are, for example, buttons allowing you to share content on social networks or other platforms, lists (or threads) of tweets encapsulated within our Website, videos broadcast on our Website, functionalities. or connection modules (login) to social networks or other websites, ...

The use of these features can allow said third-party sites to follow the navigation of users on the Site, whether or not they are also users of these third-party sites (that is to say whether or not they have created a account on these sites), whether or not they use the sharing buttons made available on the Site, etc.

The installation of the cookies presented below is subject to your prior consent obtained in accordance with article 4 of this cookie management policy.

Cookie name Purpose
Linkedin We use cookies to recognize you when you access our Services. If you are logged in to LinkedIn , these cookies help us show you the correct information and personalize your online experience according to your preferences.

4. Under what circumstances and how do we collect your consent to the installation of cookies? What are your rights regarding cookies?

4.1 Assumptions for obtaining consent, scope of your consent and exceptions

4.1.1 The deposit of a cookie on a computer or terminal as well as the reading of this cookie via the Site are in principle subject to the user's consent , that is to say to a manifestation of will free, specific, informed and unambiguous of the user giving his consent to this end. This consent is collected by means of our cookie management module (accessible at the bottom of the page) by means of the following icon:


under the conditions and according to the procedures detailed below.

Also, during the user's first visit to the Site, he is asked if he accepts cookies that require his consent, classified into different categories according to the purpose pursued, before installing them on his computer or terminal. Cookies subject to such consent are only placed if the user expressly accepts them either globally or in a distributive manner for each cookie purpose concerned within our cookie management module (cf. module intended to allow the user to consent to the use of cookies or to refuse such use, depending on the purposes pursued by said cookies).


- In the cases where your consent is required, such consent is strictly optional, and you can completely refuse to give it to us. In any case, if you give your consent to the installation and reading of all or part of these cookies, you will of course have the possibility of withdrawing your consent at any time later by means of the cookie management module. .

- In addition, unless you express a contrary wish on your part   by means of our cookie management module under the conditions and according to the methods detailed below, your choice ( global consent, partial consent or refusal) will be retained for a period of 6 months, at the end of which you will be asked again to consent (or not) to the installation of such cookies.

4.1.2 Exception to consent for so-called “functional” cookies used by our Site. Such cookies are not subject to your prior consent. Also, these cookies are installed by default when you browse the Site, without requesting prior consent from you. Insofar as these cookies are necessary to offer you a better user experience or to allow you to benefit from certain features of our Site, we do not offer you dedicated technical means allowing you to oppose the installation of these cookies or to deactivate them. However, you have the possibility of deactivating them (as for certain other cookies by the way) by other means, for example by means of the functionalities offered by your browser, it being specified that in this case you risk not being able to access the Site, and / or not correctly receiving the content and information available on the Site and / or not being able to benefit from all the functions of the Site.

4.2 Practical methods of collecting your choices in terms of cookies (consent / refusal)

The cookie management module includes information for users on cookies that may be installed / read in their terminal because of browsing the Site (see also the details of these cookies in the article 3 of this cookie management policy). It is displayed the first time the user connects to our Site and then, regardless of the user's choice (global consent, partial consent or refusal), is displayed again every 6 months. It is also displayed again if the user deletes his cookies using the functionalities of his browser.

The module offers the user several choices:

  • either to consent globally to the use of all cookies, by clicking on "Ok for me": all cookies will then be installed;
  • or to personalize their choices to manage more precisely the cookies that they accept (or not), by clicking on "I choose". In this case, cookies are "refused" by default and the user is invited to click on the button dedicated to each of the categories of cookies concerned within our cookie management module to choose the cookies he accepts (being specified that as regards "operational" cookies, and therefore not subject to prior consent, they are installed by default and cannot be refused by the user through our cookie management module), the user must then save their choices by clicking on "Finish". It is specified that in principle, cookies that the user has not expressly accepted are considered as refused and will not be installed. This page also offers the Internet user the buttons "I accept all" or even "Check all" but also a "Back" button to return to the first page of the module.

To access our cookie management module, the user is invited to click on the following icon:


available at the bottom of the page on all pages of our Site.

In any case, any consent on your part to the use of cookies can be freely, and at any time, withdrawn by means of an action to deactivate one or more cookies, in accordance with the details set out below. .

4.3 Practical modalities for modifying your choices in terms of cookies (withdrawal of consent or opposition)

You have several options at any time to modify the choices you have made in terms of cookies, in particular in order to withdraw your consent or to oppose the use (cf. installation / reading of cookies on your terminal).

4.3.1 You can, at any time, simply and free of charge, in a distributive manner according to the purposes pursued by said cookies, choose to withdraw your consent or to oppose the use of cookies other than “functioning” cookies on your device. computer or terminal using the cookie management module.

To do this, simply click on the following icon:

available at the bottom of the page (see footer ) on all pages of our Site, and from:

  • click on the "I choose" button;
  • to be redirected to the module page allowing you to click on the buttons corresponding to the cookies in order to choose those you wish to accept or refuse;
  • save your choices by clicking on "Finish".

4.3.2 You can also, if you prefer, use the other possibilities below.

a) Configuring your browser

If most browsers are set by default and accept the installation of cookies, the user has the possibility, if he wishes, to choose in the settings of his browser to accept all cookies or to reject them systematically or yet to choose those it accepts according to their issuers (provided that this functionality is offered by its browser). The user can also regularly delete cookies from his terminal via his browser.

In any case, these operations must be carried out for each terminal: tablets, smartphones, computers, etc.

You can therefore freely configure your browser software (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) so that cookies are:

  • accepted and saved on your computer or terminal: in this case the cookies integrated into the pages and content you have viewed will be systematically saved;
  • refused: in this case, the cookies integrated in the pages and contents that you have consulted will not be saved;
  • each time subject to a choice on your part: in this case, the registration of cookies will be subject to your acceptance or rejection each time.

To configure your choices of accepting or rejecting cookies, it is necessary to take into account the configuration of each browser, insofar as it is different and evolves regularly. You should therefore refer to the help menu of your browser, which will allow you to know how to modify your preferences in terms of cookies. By way of example:

Finally, it is clear that in the current state of the art, browsers:

  • do not all allow cookies to be distinguished according to their purposes (which means that you are often forced, when configuring your choices, to "accept all" or "refuse all");
  • do not all allow the user to express the manifestation of a valid consent (which means that despite your possible consent to cookies via your browser, we will ask you again for a specific consent under the conditions and according to the aforementioned modalities before any installation / reading by us of cookies subject to your consent);
  • do not all make it possible to express a choice on technologies other than "cookies for the purposes of navigation monitoring" in the strict sense of the term. Also, it is possible that certain cookies, tracers or other similar technologies are not blocked in principle (eg: device fingerprinting ) and can still be installed and / or activated despite your refusal expressed as part of the setting of your Navigator.

Therefore, it is recommended, for the management of your choices in terms of cookies on the Site, to use the module dedicated for this purpose (see above).

b) Configuration via inter-professional digital advertising platforms

Several platforms of advertising professionals also offer the possibility for the user to define their preferences in terms of targeted / behavioral advertising implemented by the companies which are members of them. In general, these centralized mechanisms do not block the display of all advertisements but prevent the display of targeted / behavioral advertisements, adapted to the user's centers of interest which are defined according to his activity on the internet and his previous navigation.

For example, the youronlinechoices.com website lists a large number of companies that work with websites to collect and use information necessary for behavioral / targeted advertising. This site is offered by digital advertising professionals grouped together within the European association EDAA (European Digital Advertising Alliance) and managed in France by the Interactive Advertising Bureau France. This European platform is shared by hundreds of Internet advertising professionals and constitutes a centralized interface allowing the user to know the companies registered on this platform and which offer the possibility of refusing or accepting the display of targeted advertisements. / behavioral on their terminal with regard to their browsing information: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/fr/controler-ses-cookies/ .

You can thus in particular control and define your preferences in terms of targeted / behavioral advertising on this site by selecting or deselecting all the companies or by defining your preferences company by company, it being specified that it is your responsibility to follow the same process if necessary. on each different browser that you are likely to use.

For another illustration, a similar platform published by the NAI (Network Advertising Initiative) accessible on the page https://optout.networkadvertising.org/?c=1 also offers such features.

While these platforms can allow you to manage your preferences in terms of targeted advertising, they do not necessarily block advertising in general, or the installation of all cookies.

Therefore, it is recommended, for the management of your choices in terms of cookies on the Site, to use the module dedicated for this purpose (see above).

c) Use of third-party tools available online

Some cookie editors that we use on the Site offer dedicated opposition modules. It is therefore recommended that the user read the information pages referred to in the table above (see details of the cookies we use) in order to identify these modules where applicable.

For example, the user can read specific information about the Google Analytics opt-out add-on on the page: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881?hl=fr&ref_topic=2919631 . He can also choose to deactivate Google Analytics cookies, directly by going to the following page: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout .

4.3.3 You can obtain information on how to control your data when browsing the internet on the site of the National Commission for Informatics and Liberties or “Cnil” ( https://www.cnil.fr/ fr / master-my-data , in particular https://www.cnil.fr/fr/cookies-les-outils-pour-les-maitriser ). In this regard, third-party cookies are usually not necessary to take advantage of the resources available on the internet. If you wish to limit your traces, it is recommended to refuse them by default, by referring to the advice of the Cnil.

5. Where can you obtain further information regarding the processing of your personal data?

Cookies do not as such constitute personal data. However, they may lead to the collection of information qualified as personal data and therefore to process such data.

In this regard, you are also informed that by consenting to the installation of all or part of the cookies, you consent for the purposes concerned to the processing of personal data concerning you collected by this means, it being specified that such processing may involve processing, combining and cross-referencing a large volume of such data concerning you from various sources.

For all information relating to the processing of your personal data by the company, in particular the processing of personal data collected by means of cookies integrated on our Site, we invite you to consult our data protection policy .

Date of last update : 16/09/2021